It's frightful fun and games in Flavortown! First, the chefs must use tiny jack-o'-lanterns to grab all the ingredients to make a tricked-out treat. Then, things get weird as chefs wear blindfolds to find the key item for their "dinners to die for". Finally, the chefs can only use their bare hands to shop for a mummified dish, all while contending with a frightening trick-or-treater.
Grandmas and grandpas take over the grocery store! First, they must make their grandkids' favorite dish using ten items or less. Next, it's "Viva Las Vegas" as they use a culinary slot machine to select ingredients for a diner classic. Finally, the remaining grandparents must combine both old school and trendy ingredients in a winning dinner party dish.
It's a Flavortown guilty pleasures showdown, with chefs making their most decadent dishes. First, the chefs must make a fast food favorite using only ingredients over . Next, they must shop for their sweet and savory dinner with an unusual shopping cart. Then, the final two chefs have to roll with the punches as they make their most decadent dish yet.
Four chefs are ready to fry, fry and fry again in a Flavortown fried feud. First, Guy Fieri gives them a bizarre grocery list of ingredients for making their fried fair food. Next, the chefs find themselves in hot oil when they receive a skimpy budget to make a generous platter of fried chicken. Then, the final two chefs must use high and low priced ingredients to turn fried food into fine dining.
It's the ultimate grudge match when the top two finalists from the biggest Triple G tournaments each return for a once in a lifetime head-to-head rematch. First, it's French chef Stephane vs. maverick chef Chase in a Redemption Tournament redo. Next, Tournament of Champions finalists Crista and Phillip have to prepare a dish determined by refrigerator magnets. Finally, the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives Tournament rematch pits poke master Reno against Carl "The Cuban" in a crazy comfort food contest on a budget.
Four of Cooking Channel's favorites - Josh Elkin, Kelsey Nixon, Dan Pashman and Jazz Smollett - are taking on Guy Fieri's twisted games. First, the chefs try to fit all the ingredients for their signature dish into the world's smallest grocery bags. Next, they bowl for the ingredients they must put in an international favorite. Finally, the remaining two hosts have to make a delicious lasagna with one small catch: traditional lasagna ingredients are off-limits!
Four chefs are fixin' for a Thanksgiving in Flavortown. First, they must make a regional Thanksgiving dinner using only seven pounds of ingredients. Next, in a GGG first, the chefs have only 15 minutes to whip up a party plate for unexpected houseguests. Then, the final two chefs have just two minutes to shop for an upscale Thanksgiving dinner, because Guy Fieri's closing up early in honor of Turkey Day.
Four of Triple G's most unforgettable chefs are back to compete in two challenges jam-packed with unexpected turns. First, the deck is stacked against them as they create a memorable meal in a game of Wild Cards. Then, in the second and final game, the chefs shop for a Sunday family dinner with some back-breaking restrictions.
Some of our favorite Triple G judges are decking the shopping aisles for a holiday showdown. First, they must make a wintertime favorite with only eight items or less. Next, the judges must make a holiday dessert on a Scrooge-like budget. Finally, the judges have to spin the Holiday Food Wheel to determine which mandatory ingredients will end up in their holiday family favorite.
Four chefs who turned their lives around with cooking battle it out for a chance at a life-changing shopping spree. First, they must flip the ingredients of sweet carrot cake into a lunch. Next, after bowling to determine which aisles they can shop, they must make a family favorite. Finally, the top two chefs make an inspirational dinner featuring items chosen by a roll of the dice.
The toughest chefs compete in an epic four-part Triple G Impossible Tournament, featuring Guy Fieri's most impossible games and the most daunting challenge yet, Mr. Impossible himself, Robert Irvine. In the first round of the tournament, three chefs make a lumberjack breakfast using ingredients that all start with a single letter. Then, the remaining two chefs must shop for their seafood feast using a child-size cart. The winner of the first two games earns ,000 and a shot at up to ,000 more if they can beat Robert in a head-to-head cook-off, where they must make a fusion dish.
It's part two of the Triple G Impossible tournament, in which the winning chef competes against Robert Irvine for an additional ,000. First, the three chefs must make a steakhouse dinner using only six pounds of ingredients. Next, the remaining two chefs must create a seafood feast using only ingredients from a bag, box or jar. The last chef standing wins ,000 before having to battle Robert Irvine in an unforgettable finale.
Four chefs are dashing through the market in a holiday madness showdown. First, the chefs must flip a fruitcake on its head and turn it into a New Year's dinner. Next, the chefs take on Flavortown's version of a Christmas tree, the Food Pyramid, to determine the special ingredients used in their family classic. Then, the final two chefs must make a holiday brunch using only one ingredient from each aisle, and the winner shops for up to ,000 in holiday mad money.
Three more chefs are vying for a chance to compete against Robert Irvine in Triple G Impossible Tournament, round three! First, the chefs make a stacked breakfast using wild items determined by a deck of cards. Next, the remaining two chefs must flip the ingredients for a protein shake into an elegant dinner. The last chef standing receives ,000 before entering a cook-off against Mr. Impossible himself, in which refrigerator magnets choose their dish.
The winners of the first three rounds of the Triple G Impossible Tournament compete to take on Robert Irvine once more in the finale. First, the chefs must use the "impossible" items on Guy Fieri's grocery list to make a decadent sandwich. Next, the remaining two chefs must make a hearty family dinner using only frozen and canned ingredients. The last chef standing wins another ,000 and a shot at more money and the title of champion, but only if they can make a more unforgettable dish than all-star chef Robert Irvine.