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This fast paced cooking contest hosted by Guy Fieri has four chefs racing to gather ingredients and prepare meals in a grocery store setting. Contestants are to prepare meals from items located in the grocery store aisles. There are numerous challenges and obstacles that these contestants must overcome to win the round--challenges like a limited amount of money to spend, out of stock items and shopping cart swap.

Racing against the clock these chefs compete in a four round elimination cook off. Every round a panel of three judges taste these chef's culinary creations. One cook goes home; the rest get to compete in the next round.

The last chef surviving gets to take a fast paced grocery treasure hunt run through the store for a change to win up to twenty thousand dollars.

Guy's Grocery Games is a Food Game Show series that is currently running and has 24 seasons (352 episodes). The series first aired on October 20, 2013. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

Guy's Grocery Games is available for streaming on the Food Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Guy's Grocery Games on demand at Food Network Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, FandangoNow, Google Play, iTunes, Food Network online.

Sunday 8:00 PM et/pt on Food Network
24 Seasons, 352 Episodes
October 20, 2013
Food Game Show
6.5/10
Cast: Guy Fieri
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Guy's Grocery Games Full Episode Guide

  • Guy Fieri is known for his Italian roots, and that means he's got a lot of noodle-knowledge. He decides to bring in four noodle-savvy chefs from across the US for two rounds of highflying noodle action. One talented chef will use their noodle with their noodles to earn a shot at $20,000, and it's guaranteed that someone is going to get saucy.

  • No one knows how to balance a budget like a superstar chef, and Guy Fieri puts that to the test when he invites four Flavortown all-stars to duke it out in a budget battle. These culinary celebrities get hit with budget after budget, in battle after battle, testing their skill of making a dollar stretch all competition long. When the registers close, only one chef will be left standing and earn up to $20,000 in cold, hard cash.

  • Four chefs are in for a rush when Guy Fieri invites them to compete against the clock ... all night long! First, they're pitted against each other, and their big ideas, when Guy has them shop for their signature seafood dinner ingredients in teeny-tiny baskets. Then, Guy cranks things up with a Flavortown version of musical chairs to land their must-use ingredient for a spicy takeout dish. In the end, one chef will shop the aisles for up to $20,000.

  • Vegetarian options are in every restaurant these days, so Guy Fieri invites four all-star chefs to compete in a full-on veggie showdown worth up to $20,000. Guy tests the culinary range of these competitors to see who can create meatless dishes that appeal to even the staunchest of meat eaters. These all-stars are about to become legit veggie-lantes.

  • Guy Fieri challenges four chefs to his Flavortown favorite ABC game in a way they've never seen. Guy is looking for top-tier cooking under extreme conditions, and these competitors must deliver if they want to cash in that $20,000 shopping spree. With a truly unpredictable ending, this battle of literary wit and culinary creativity is one for the ages.

  • Guy's traveled quite a bit in his day, which is why he's invited four well-traveled chefs to Flavortown Market to share some of the same great cuisines Guy's tried first-hand. There are appearances from Indian, Chinese, Mexican, and French cuisines.

  • Guy Fieri throws a big summer bash for the four chefs remaining in the finale. First, a random choice of beach ball determines which aisles the chefs get to shop for their summertime guilty pleasure ingredients. Then, Guy sends the competitors on an epic scavenger hunt to find feature ingredients for their ultimate grilled feast. When the sun finally sets, one winner will earn the title of "Summer Grillin' Games Champ" and an automatic $25,000.

  • Summer just isn't summer without a vacation, so Guy Fieri treats the remaining five chefs to a Flavortown vacay. In the first round, one chef's destination dinner has a chance at earning "Best Dish," an instant $5,000 and a guaranteed spot in the finale. Then, the bottom four chefs compete against each other, and one chef's trip will get cut short. One week remains in Guy's summer grillin' games where one chef will win the grand prize of $25,000.

  • Guy Fieri's Summer Grillin' Games continue, and the fun is turned up to the max when Guy introduces carnival-themed games and dishes to the six remaining chefs. Carnivals are all about wild rides and wacky games, so Guy gives the chefs a funnel cake-sized twist by putting them in pairs to make a fried sweet-and-savory duo and a cheesy carnival classic. The pair that outperforms the rest will win "Best Dish," $5,000 each and a spot in the semifinals, and the remaining four competitors will continue to vie for survival.

  • Guy Fieri's summer grilling tournament continues with only seven GGG winners remaining. It's all about the boardwalk as the chefs make summer seafood dishes and spicy seaside sandwiches. One chef will win "Best Dish," the $5,000 prize and take a speedboat directly to the next round, leaving the others at rock bottom.

  • Guy Fieri's inviting eight GGG winners to return to Flavortown Market for a summer grilling tournament that has the judges sizzlin' in their seats. Each week, one chef will be awarded "Best Dish," win $5,000 and move on to the next week's competition while the remaining chefs duke it out for survival. The tournament kicks off with a backyard baller-themed showdown with plenty of heat as the chefs make summer classics and elegant entrees!

  • Four superstar chefs compete in a one-game showdown that incorporates three of Guy Fieris 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 GGG.

  • Guy Fieri knows in order to run a successful restaurant, you've got to have someone in charge of the sweets. To prove it, he invites three sweet and savory duos to cook and bake for a shot at the prize. First, the teams divide and shop their respective side of the store to make a sweet and savory best seller. Then, a massive cake pyramid determines the parameters the teams must meet to make their perfect pairing. In the end, one team will create both a sweet and savory dish worthy of a $20,000 shopping spree.

  • Guy challenges three father-chef duos to make a steakhouse dinner.

  • In Flavortown, competing chefs usually have free reign of the entire market, but Guy Fieri's changing the rules and allowing the competitors to shop each aisle only once. To make it even tougher, he's throwing them an additional game in every round.

  • Guy Fieri's doing something he's never done before: letting four chefs choose from three different budgets over three rounds. The culinary combatants quickly realize that budgeting $4 a plate is much harder than it seems! They must decide whether to start off big to impress the judges early in the game or wait until the end to give them a high-budget masterpiece. In the end, one chef will make the right choice and take home up to $20,000.

  • Guy Fieri honors America's men and women in uniform by inviting four military vets with a culinary second-calling to play his GGG games. They join forces with the Messlords, a group of DDD chefs who travel the world cooking for the troops. First, Guy has the Messlord-veteran teams run through a Flavortown obstacle course while shopping for their American comfort classic. Then, the Messlord must carry their team's rucksack while shopping double-time for a victory dinner. In the end, one of the heroic duos will complete the mission and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000 while a platoon-sized audience of fellow vets cheers them on!

  • Everyone knows Guy Fieri's all about savory dishes, but Buddy Valastro -- the Cake Boss himself -- has convinced Guy to declare it Dessert Day in Flavortown Market. Four dessert chefs show up to sculpt works of art and bake their buns off for a shot at the dough while playing Guy's dessert-enhanced games. The dessert dynamo who concocts the best confections will cake-walk their way through the aisles for a $20,000 shopping spree.

  • Guy Fieri enlists the help of his mom, Penny, and his wife, Lori, in his Mother's Day games featuring teams of moms and their children who run family restaurants together. For starters, Guy has the family duos pick from four unique sample ingredients to feature in their top-sellers. Then he makes the kids shop for the ingredients for a prized family recipe only to have Mom take over mid-shop to prove that "mother shops best." In the end, the winning team will go on a Mother's Day shopping spree worth up to $20,000.

  • Guy Fieri invites his favorite burger chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to compete in Flavortown and grill, baby, grill. First, Guy has the chefs shop for ingredients in their signature burger and loaded fries combo using only tongs and a grill lid. Then, he makes it a party with a Flavortown version of musical chairs that determines the featured ingredients in their out-of-the-box burger and over-the-top sides. The DDD burger pro who gets top grill marks will go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.

  • Guy Fieri isn't a fan of eggs, but that may change when he brings four egg-ceptional chefs to Flavortown for a culinary competition all about eggs. There's three rounds of egg-sperts doing it all from an egg-citing breakfast to an egg-cellent lunch and an egg-stravagant dinner. Along the way, the competitors must carry their ingredients in a tiny egg basket and win exotic eggs in a classic egg-on-a-spoon race. A surprise finish leads to eggs-tra innings in a Flavortown first where one egg-squisite chef beats the rest to earn a $20,000 shopping spree -- and that's no yolk!

  • Guy Fieri invites three father-chef teams to play his games. They use an oversize 'Greatest Dad' mug to shop for their dads fried favorite, and a round of Flavortown golf determines which key ingredient they must feature in their steakhouse dinner.

  • Guy Fieri isn't a fan of eggs, but that may change when he brings four egg-ceptional chefs to Flavortown for a culinary competition all about eggs. A surprise finish leads to eggs-tra innings in a Flavortown first.

  • Everything in Flavortown must go, and Guy Fieri has the perfect solution: a clearance war! He gives four chefs a list of clearance items that they must use over the course of the competition. Using all of the mandatory ingredients while making a high-end dinner in the first round could buy them an early trip home. But waiting until the final round to use the bulk of these off-putting items in their spicy seafood feast could cost them the game and the big shopping spree worth up to $20,000.

  • No one loved a good laugh more than GGG judge Carl "The Cuban" Ruiz. 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 as they remember The Cuban's funniest GGG moments. They make spicy dishes that drove Carl nuts while shoplifting all their ingredients wearing baseball caps and glasses! Then, they have to flip a Cuban sandwich into a celebration dinner while shopping blindfolded. Surprise guests show up to guide them, and the winners earn money for a new culinary foundation in Chef Carl's honor. We miss you, Carl. Pinkies out.

  • Guy Fieri puts four up-and-coming chefs to the ultimate Flavortown test to crown America's Next Chef. First, Guy has the chefs flip the ingredients from an old-fashioned Waldorf salad into a modern dish.

  • Guy Fieri goes wild combining his brand of food trivia with his favorite culinary games. The four competitors are hit with a barrage of international food questions to earn enough cash to shop for their upscale dinner.

  • In a world of convenience food, four scratch chefs show Guy Fieri what happens when convenience goes out the window. They have to make each component in their dishes entirely from scratch, like bread for their soup-and-sandwich combo. They're at their best when they go all out with their signature dish in the second round. When all is said and done, one scratch chef will win over the judges' hearts and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.

  • Guy challenges four chefs to make family favorites without key ingredients.

  • Most married couples consider their kids their babies, but these couples also consider their restaurants their babies. Guy Fieri puts their culinary skills -- and relationships -- to the test with a pair of challenges that they must work together to overcome. In round one, Guy sends one spouse shopping, leaving the other behind with a list of key date night dinner ingredients to relay to their partner over the phone. Then, the pair that makes a winning version of their restaurant's best dish with a limited number of ingredients goes on a Flavortown shopping spree worth up to $20,000.

  • Guy Fieri brings in chefs representing cuisines from all around the world to team up and fuse their cultures' flavors together in delicious, cohesive and win-worthy dishes. The teams create their best spicy dish and a classic duo.

  • Guy Fieri welcomes back three previous GGG winners to compete in his winter-themed games. The chefs are all confident that they can win again, but they have to outlast each other in three brand-new challenges.