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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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Chefs must shop with tiny bags and make signature seafood dishes; a blind choice determines which canned ingredient they must feature in their comfort dishes; a roll of the dice determines the parameters for the chefs' spicy chicken dinners.
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Four superstar chefs compete in a one-game showdown that incorporates three of Guy Fieri's craziest challenges; Guy reveals an in-depth look at how each over-the-top comfort food dish comes together and shares behind-the-scenes secrets of the show.
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When celebrity chefs come to Flavortown, Guy gets to try out his most twisted games, and this time he's really putting them to the test with full, three-course meals; chefs face a special ingredient of Guy's choosing; chefs play a game of chance.
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Charity is important at Flavortown Market, where most of the unused food is donated to local food shelters after each competition; with that in mind, Guy decides to showcase chefs who are giving back to their own communities every day.
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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.
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Four chefs celebrate summer with a barbecue block party; the chefs have to improvise when their seafood spectacular comes with a weight restriction.
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In a world of convenience food, four scratch chefs show Guy Fieri what happens when convenience goes out the window.
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Asian cuisine takes over and Guy gives the chefs a list of ingredients for their noodle dishes and makes them use tiny shopping carts to shop for their rice dishes; the final challenge involves a featured special ingredient for a beef dinner.
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The chefs have to prove their skills in three rounds as they make comfort classics and dinners with seafood and fried ingredients; only one chef will come out on top and win a chance at a $20,000 shopping spree.
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Guy invites three sweet and savory duos to cook and bake for a shot at $20,000; first, Guy splits the store in half and has the teams divide and shop their respective side of the store.
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The chefs battle with their budgets to make their best burger and side and race the clock to make an Asian takeout staple; the final challenge is a Mexican takeout-style dinner.
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Four pro pizza makers rise to the occasion in three pizza-themed Grocery Games that dictate who gets to take home all the dough.
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The chefs must make an all-American meal featuring varied items from the store's star-spangled sample tables; the chefs roll their way to Guy's arcade where they pick a protein for their seafood spectacular.
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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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Guy Fieri has narrowed nine pairs of baller chefs down to the final three Super Teams, since they're super duos, they have to cook classic food duos while playing Grocery Games that pack a big twist.
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Guy spins his DDD Dish Wheel and GGG Game Wheel to nail down all the variables for the competition, and these duos face some of the funniest and toughest Grocery Games ever while making classic DDD dishes.
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Guy Fieri's two worlds continue to collide as six more chefs pair up to create talented Super Teams; Guy brings back his DDD Dish Wheel and GGG Game Wheel, plus a never-before-seen Wheel-y Small Wheel to give these duos a real run for their money.
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Guy spins the DDD Wheel which determines what classic diner dish the competitors have to make, while a spin of the GGG Wheel determines which game they have to play while making it.
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On a GGG first, Guy Fieri gives the chefs three turbo-charged games with only 15 to 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate.

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