Four GGG competitors who previously checked out early return to Flavortown to try their luck again. In each round, Guy Fieri hits them with his Wheel of Redemption, which features the games that the chefs went out on. In order to earn redemption and a shot at up to ,000, these chefs must face their earlier shortcomings and beat the games - and the competition - once and for all.
The Flavortown family gets a little bigger as some of GGG's most beloved judges bring their siblings to compete alongside them; the teams must shop blindfolded; teams must use a required ingredient in their decadent dish.
Chefs come to Flavortown to compete in three chicken-themed rounds to prove their poultry prowess; Guy challenges the chefs with making a fried chicken combo on a budget; chefs face a list of must-use ingredients; Guy's triangle of terror.
Chefs face a modified food pyramid during an "International Heat" round; chefs shop for "Spicy Chicken Dishes" with tiny shopping bags; the remaining chefs brave a brand new game for a "Spicy Fried Dinner" round.
Four chefs are challenged to make pork-inspired dishes; chefs must shop for ingredients with piggy-faced backpacks; chefs have to pick key ingredients using Guy's unpredictable deck of cards; Guy challenges the chefs to make dinner on a budget.
Two families return for a Thanksgiving family showdown; Guy has a member of each family pick from unidentified cans for the featured ingredient in their first meal; a family member must make a fall favorite using five pounds of ingredients.
Four talented teen chefs are taking over Flavortown; Guy gets things started by having them flip a chicken pot pie into a high-end dinner; a roll of the dice decides their international dishes; one future superstar chef will win a shopping spree.
Four all-star chefs are ready to prove that it's possible to make Thanksgiving dinner with limited ingredients and then use the leftovers to make a different meal the next day; one chef will claim the title of All-Star Thanksgiving Throwdown champ.
Seafood specialists battle it out in Flavortown; chefs are limited to ten ingredients in the first round; ingredients for the second dish must start with the same random letter; a new game lays out icy parameters for the chefs' upscale fish dish.
Four previous winners return for the holidays to take on more of Guy Fieri's games; chefs must shop for ingredients using nothing but oversized stockings; chefs are given a gingerbread house that they must flip into a fine dining holiday dinner.
Chefs compete in three beef-inspired rounds; Guy asks them to shop for, prepare and plate their best beef burger; chefs receive scratch-off budget cards with the amount they can spend on their dish; chefs roll dice to determine their dinner details.
Guy pushes the culinary limits of four Flavortown rookies by challenging them to cook a day's worth of meals with a budget of just for each round; one chef's budgeting skills outshine the others and earn them a shopping spree.
When four veggie masters compete in three veggie-inspired rounds, they prove that leafy greens and nutrient-packed beans have more protein than meets the eye. First, Guy Fieri gives them a list of key ingredients they must feature, and then a diner-style order wheel determines the classic meat dishes the chefs must make vegetarian. Finally, Guy takes away the chefs' carts before they shop for their guilty pleasure dishes. One vegetarian chef will juice the competition and go on to shop Flavortown for up to ,000.
Food and family collide as Guy Fieri brings three DDD family duos to Flavortown to compete. First, they shop for ingredients using only their bare hands, and then one of Flavortown's tallest and most infamous games determines the details of each team's soup and sandwich pairing. The winning team gets ,000 and moves on to the finale for a shot at bragging rights, the trophy and an additional ,000.
The tournament continues with families from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Guy Fieri is challenging these dynamic family duos make classic culinary duos, starting with a list of key ingredients they must feature in their burgers and fries. Then, he flips a coin to decide which half of the store the teams can shop in. The winning DDD family duo gets ,000 and the chance to beat two other teams in the finale for bragging rights, the trophy and ,000.
Guy Fieri brings three DDD family duos to compete in Flavortown for the last spot in the tournament finale. He gives them a weight limit as they shop for their fish and chips dish, and then they have to choose two samples to feature in pork chops and applesauce. The winning team gets ,000 and moves on to the finale, where they must beat out two other teams to win bragging rights, the trophy and ,000.
Three families compete in two games that will decide who wins the DDD Family Tournament and the ,000 prize. Guy Fieri has two diner-style order wheels picking out which dishes the chefs must make and which games they must play ... in both rounds!
Four sports-loving chefs gear up for some tailgating, Flavortown-style.