In each episode of Guy's Grocery Games, four talented chefs compete in a number of challenges as they navigate their way through the aisles of a grocery store, adhering to "real-world" obstacles. Whether it is shopping on a budget, substituting out-of-stock ingredients or grabbing groceries at closing time, each chef has to shop, prepare, and plate three different dishes using whatever they can pull off the shelves. Ultimately, the food does the talking, as one-by-one the losing chefs "check out," by a rotating panel of judges that includes Melissa d'Arabian, Richard Blais, G. Garvin, Troy Johnson, Catherine McCord, Aarti Sequeira, among others. The last chef standing goes on a shopping spree of a lifetime worth up to $20,000!
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GGG's Salute to Summer 18x07
To celebrate America and the people who have served it, Guy Fieri invites four chef veterans from different branches of the military to compete in two summer-themed games. And for the first time ever, it's all done in front of a live audience made entirely of veterans. First, the chefs have to make a summer seafood feast using what they can fit into a shockingly small mini-cooler. Then, the chef-vets will have to elevate a summer classic dish as decided by a game of Corn Hole. Only one chef will be crowned winner of GGG's salute to summer and earn a $20,000 payday.
Express Lane Extreme 18x06
Guy Fieri puts the chefs to the test with games of extreme limitations. First, the chefs make their best chicken dish using only eight ingredients. Then, Guy asks for a regional comfort dish with a seven-ingredient limit. Finally, the chefs can only choose six ingredients to make a late-night guilty pleasure worthy of shopping Flavortown for up to $20,000.
DDD Dads and Their Kids 18x05
Three chef dads from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives team up with their kids to take on some of Guy Fieri's most brain-twisting games. First, the teams have to make a big grilled feast using only ingredients that start with the letter "S." In the second and final round, the remaining teams pick ingredients for their dream dinner one-by-one in an ingredient draft pick game. The pressure's on, as only one father-kid team will get to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Food Network Star Duos 18x04
Three Food Network stars, Damaris Phillips, Aarti Sequeira and Justin Warner, bring their best friends from their seasons of the show to take on Guy Fieri's games. First, the teams must create a fusion of their cooking styles featuring a special ingredient delivered by Guy. Then, the remaining teams must create a classic duo while several crucial aisles are shut down. In the end, only one shining Food Network Star team will win a shot at a shopping spree worth $20,000.
All-Star Grocery Rush 18x03
Guy Fieri has four culinary all-stars battling against the clock in three games where they'll have to both shop and cook in 20 minutes or less. First, they must make a fried feast in just 15 minutes. Then, they go on a record-breaking trip around the world making an international dinner in less than 20 minutes. Finally, the two remaining chefs will make a guilty pleasure in just 20 minutes. It's a battle of speed and only one all-star will earn a chance at a quick $20,000.
Bigger Better Burgers 18x02
Four GGG winners return to Flavortown for a big burger battle. First, Guy Fieri requires the chefs to squeeze all the ingredients for their international burgers into tiny shopping bags. Then, in a burger-themed game of shuffleboard, the chefs pick unusual items to use in their unconventional burgers. Finally, they're randomly assigned a cheese for their gluttonous cheeseburger, and the competitor with the better burger goes on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
GGG List Games 18x01
Everyone goes grocery shopping with a list, so Guy Fieri has three list-themed games prepared for the chefs in Flavortown. First, he gives them a list of ingredients that they must use in their childhood favorite dish, followed by a list of ingredients they can't use when making their best spaghetti and meatballs. Then, in a shocking third round, the chefs have to turn a list of dessert ingredients into a winning dish to earn a chance at raking in $20,000.
DDD All-Star Tournament Finale 17x14
Guy Fieri invites the finalists of the DDD All-Star Tournament back to compete for the Championship. The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives chefs must first take on a game of stop-and-go as Guy dictates when and where the chefs can shop. Guy then asks them to make a lunch combo on a budget as decided by Grocery Bowling. Finally, the remaining chefs must make a deluxe diner dish with whammy ingredients chosen by the DDD Pyramid. It's a nail-biting final round you'll have to see to believe.
DDD All-Star Tournament Part 3 17x13
Guy Fieri's favorite chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives return to Flavortown for the second time to compete in a four-part tournament to crown a Triple D, Triple G, Triple Threat. First, Guy asks them to make a regional favorite using limited ingredients. Then they have to make a guilty pleasure with ingredients decided by the arcade-inspired Spree Ball. Finally, the chefs attempt to mash up comfort food favorites in a winning dish for a chance at the finale and the title of DDD All-Star Tournament Champ.
GGG All Stars and Their Moms 17x12
Three GGG competitors are returning to Flavortown to compete in teams with their mothers! They have two rounds of Guy Fieri's games to prove that they have chemistry in the kitchen. First, things get nostalgic when they have to update a childhood favorite food -- only to have Guy throw a wrench in their plans. Then, the teams must make Mom's dream meal on a budget of less than $14. In the end, only one pair will beat out the rest and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Team Games 17x11
Dynamic duos are taking over Flavortown Market to show they have the teamwork skills to take on Guy Fieri's games. First, Guy gives them a list of must-have ingredients for a classic duo dish. Then, he asks the chefs to make an unforgettable dish after an unforgettable game of grocery bowling. In the end, only one team will prevail and shop for a shot at up to $20,000.