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Going to the grocery store could be worth $20,000 for one chef in each episode of this competition series. Four chefs compete in three elimination challenges testing their culinary skills as they make their way through the store's aisles. Each challenge features a theme -- such as using only items from frozen foods -- and is judged by a rotating list of guest judges who determine which contestant is eliminated. The chef who makes it through all three challenges then has two minutes to go through the aisles collecting items on a shopping list. Each item on the list is worth $2,000 and if the chef gets every item, the $20,000 grand prize is awarded. Popular Food Network personality Guy Fieri hosts the competition.

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Guy Fieri pulls the biggest prank in show history when he fools three judges into competing in a two-game contest by bringing out his most devious game yet -- the Guy Face Wheel; Guy throws down a challenge that leaves the judges terrified.
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Four cheese experts create a signature cheese dish with a wild card decided by the luck of the draw; the chefs make a cheesy international dish using nine ingredients or less, then must transform jalapeno poppers into a high-end cheesy dinner.
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Chefs tackle Guy's worst grocery list yet, containing ingredients they'd never dream of putting in the same dish; the chefs must use every item on the list during the three rounds of competition or face elimination, but Guy adds lots of extra twists.
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Food Network star Justin Warner faces off against celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito; grilled cheese master Eric Greenspan goes up against chef Aaron May; chef Carl Ruiz and restaurateur Antonia Lofaso show off their regional cooking chops.
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Flavortown freezes over; Guy Fieri puts four talented chefs through three rounds of shopping and cooking from the frozen foods section.
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Guy Fieri gives the chefs 45 minutes to make three courses in each round; they must shop for their full diner meal using miniature-sized carts, then they take on Guy's ruthless Pyramid game to choose the courses for their dinner party meal.
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Four carnival food-loving chefs play carnival classics; Guy turns a popular strength test game into a finesse challenge; a simple game of ring toss determines the main protein for the chefs' best dish on a stick.
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In honor of Carl's love for hijinks, Guy Fieri has invited six of his closest Flavortown judges to join him for April Fools' Day pranks; they make spicy dishes that drove Carl nuts.
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Guy has three list-themed games prepared for the chefs; first, he gives them a list of ingredients they must use in their childhood favorite dish, followed by a list of ingredients they can't use when making spaghetti and meatballs.
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Guy asks the chefs to create an over-the-top bacon dish; next, the chefs must create gourmet swine dining on a bare-bones budget; the two remaining chefs must transform the ingredients from a bacon and egg sandwich into a high-end dinner.
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Guy Fieri takes the final four DDD chefs on a cross-country road trip; frozen ingredients for a high-end dinner; ingredients found only in the middle aisles of the store; the final two battle to make a West Coast winner's dinner.
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Four more DDD chefs compete for the last spot; a lunch-counter special using only ingredients that start with a specific letter; a deluxe diner dinner on a tight budget; a chicken entree.
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Four new DDD chefs must make a hot sandwich without a key ingredient; dice determine which ingredients the chefs can use to make a seafood special; Guy Fieri helps the last two decide what regional take on a pork dinner they will prepare.
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Four new DDD chefs compete; dinner made with apple pie ingredients; sliders made with ingredients chosen by shuffleboard pucks; Guy Fieri uses a map of the USA to decide which regional version of a fried entree the last two chefs must prepare.
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Sixteen of the best DDD chefs compete in a new Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament; lunch with seven items from the express lane; the Food Wheel determines one high-priced and low-priced ingredient for surf and turf; regional burgers and fries.
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Two budget-brawlers settle the score in a round that has them shopping for ingredients under $5 for their family dinners; a couple of food scientists face off in a game that forces them to shop for their dishes in either the odd or even aisles.
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Guy brings in chefs representing cuisines from all around the world to team up and fuse their cultures' flavors in delicious dishes; the teams pit their cuisines against the others to find out which combination is the tastiest.
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Guy Fieri uses his newest game, the Aisle Wheel, to restrict the chefs to just one aisle in each round; Guy throws in some of his own twists and turns along the way as the chefs are challenged to make a hot lunch, comfort food and dinner spread.
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The three victors battle for the chance to take on Robert Irvine; the chefs make sandwiches with the impossible items on Guy Fieri's grocery list; the remaining two chefs can only use frozen and canned vegetables to make must make a family dinner.
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Three more chefs hope to compete against Robert Irvine; breakfast made with items determined by a deck of cards; protein shake ingredients used to make an elegant dinner; refrigerator magnets choose the dish the last chef must make.

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