Guy's Grocery Games season 22
Guy's Grocery Games season 22 episodes list:
Thanksgiving brings families together, so Guy Fieri has brought his DDD family to Flavortown Market for some good, old-fashioned Grocery Games fun. He kicks things off by having the DDD chefs make their ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich without shopping in a crucial aisle. Then, the chefs must make a dish under Guy's designated weight limit. Ultimately, one DDD chef's delicious Thanksgiving creations will stuff the judges' stomachs and their own pockets with up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri is reflecting on what he's thankful for, and it's four talented chefs ready to play his Thanksgiving-themed games. First, Guy gives the chefs an empty cornucopia to use while shopping for their two signature Thanksgiving sides. Then he mashes two classic GGG games together: The chefs have to make a classic Thanksgiving meal on a budget while also featuring a special ingredient determined by Guy's wheel of chance. In the end, one grateful chef will go on a shopping spree for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri welcomes four pastry chefs for a holiday dessert version of his games. He gets things started by having the chefs turn a savory classic, ravioli, into a holiday favorite. Then he keeps things "sample" by challenging the remaining chefs to make a decadent chocolate dessert using two sample ingredients stationed around the market. When all is said and done, one dessert chef will out-sweet the others and shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri brings four of GGG's most beloved judges to compete against each other using not-so-nice ingredients from his ultimate naughty list. The only way to win is to cook with every single naughty ingredient and convince the actual judges that those ingredients are meant to be in the family favorite and holiday party dishes. The winner will go on a Flavortown shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
'Tis the season for giving in Flavortown when Guy Fieri brings in four charitable chefs to compete in a holiday cook-off. First, Guy hands out gifts of special ingredients that the chefs must feature in their holiday pork dish. Then he uses a dreidel to give the chefs their budgets for a festive family favorite. Finally, the remaining chefs face off against a holiday version of the food pyramid that determines the requirements for their high-end holiday dish. Ultimately, one charitable chef will out-perform the others and earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Four chefs arrive in Flavortown ready to prove that traditionally unhealthy dishes can be made healthier and even more delicious. To start the New Year off right, Guy Fieri asks them to make a burger and fries without using any of the traditional burger ingredients. Then the chefs are challenged to make healthy lasagna with a weight limit on their ingredients, and they get a strict budget for making a fried chicken dinner. One chef will stick with their resolutions, take down the rest of the competition and win a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Four chefs from four of Guy Fieri's own restaurants face off in two rounds of culinary combat. Guy kicks things off by challenging his guys to make their best burger without any key ingredients. Then he gives them the freedom to make their own chef's creation, but he forces them to shop for their ingredients using teeny-tiny little bags. When the dust settles, one chef will be deemed Guy's Best Guy and shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri wants to know which culinary form is best -- tried-and-true classical techniques or molecular gastronomy -- so he has invited two old-school and two new-school chefs to test their skills against each other. First, Guy has each chef make their signature dish featuring a special ingredient. Then the final, winner-take-all round has the remaining chefs make a chicken dinner with an item from the infamous Food Wheel. One chef will show whether old-school or new-school techniques dominate and go on a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri's worlds collide as 18 chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games who have won GGG on their own combine forces to create nine Super Teams. Guy spins wheels that represent his two worlds in every round, so a spin of the DDD Wheel determines which 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. The team left standing after two challenges wins $10,000 and a spot in the finale, where they get a shot at $30,000 plus the dual team trophies.
Guy Fieri's two worlds continue to collide as six more chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games 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. The team left standing wins $10,000 and a return trip to Flavortown for the chance to win another $30,000 as the Super Team Champs.
Guy Fieri doesn't let up on the final three pairs of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games Super Teams. He 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. The team left standing wins $10,000 and a spot in the finale, where they can win another $30,000 and stand as Super Team Champs.
It's time for the grand finale of the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy's Grocery Games Super Teams tournament. 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. The twosome that can outmaneuver the others wins the Super Team Tournament trophies and $30,000, bringing their total winnings to a whopping $40,000.
Guy Fieri loves the Big Game as much as anyone else, so he's pairing up ex-professional NFL players with GGG's all-star judges to see who can make the best game day eats. In the first half of play, Guy divides the market in half, forcing the teams to split up and shop their sides of the store for their game day platter. In the finals, Guy tests the remaining teams' throwing skills by having them toss footballs into ice buckets to earn key ingredients for their 6-foot sub. When the game clock runs out, the winning team gets the hardware, the glory and the chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy brings the culinary combat to Flavortown's aisles in every round.