All At Stake Nostalgia is in the air as Chopped judge Amanda Freitag and The Chew's Carla Hall aim to put an end to Bobby Flay's golden era. They've called in butcher Charles Bauer and top Miami chef Todd Erickson to get the job done. Who's got the old-school skills to become the new star of Bobby's arena?
Better Late Than Never Artist-turned-chef Melissa Mayer and former sports reporter Jen Royle intend to prove that even those who start late in life can compete with the best of the best! Food Network's Giada De Laurentiis and Alex Guarnaschelli will pass judgment on who deserves the chance to show Bobby Flay what they've got.
Bro-Down Showdown There's no brotherly love in the arena tonight as chefs and brothers Patrick and Terence Feury duke it out for the nod of approval from Bryan and Michael Voltaggio. Which brother will represent the family against big daddy Bobby Flay?
Too Biggs To Fail Food Network's Katie Lee is joined by actor Jason Biggs to put one in Bobby Flay's loss column. Their fingers are crossed that either Colombian restaurateur Sam Gorenstein or Mexican chef David Vargas can bring the heat necessary to get Bobby out of the kitchen.
The Grid Iron Chef With Sunday's big game only days away, Bobby Flay's chef friends Josh Capon and Alex Guarnaschelli want to ensure that his competitive spirit is up to snuff. Silent but deadly chef Lee Chizmar and king of the modern steakhouse Todd Mark Miller are here to show Bobby who the real MVP is.
She Loves Me... Not Private chef Eric Adjepong goes up against California native Frank Otte to see whose food can win the hearts of The Chew's Daphne Oz and Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer. Will Bobby Flay be left broken-hearted this Valentine's Day?
You Won't Like Him When He's Angry Austrian chef Daniel Angerer is out to prove that his last win over Bobby Flay was no fluke, while Jersey restaurateur Jamie Knott hopes to become the new star of Bobby's nightmares. TV personality Kristin Cavallari teams up with Bobby's old friend Geoffrey Zakarian in hopes of an epic win.
Roll With The Punches West coast boys Cutthroat Kitchen judge Simon Majumdar and chef Curtis Stone are here to take down the king of the east coast. They've brought in chefs Perry Cheung and Richard Mancini with one goal in mind: to knock out Bobby Flay.
Steak Me Home Tonight Comedian Chris D'Elia and the notoriously tough-to-please Anne Burrell try to wipe the smile off Bobby Flay's face, as Jersey girl gone Cali, Trish Tracey, and rocker turned chef, Daniel Cox square off for the chance to school Bobby at his own game.
Sweet But Sour It's all about dessert as competing Chicago pastry chefs Kym DeLost and Chris Teixeira put their friendship in the blast chiller and see who can satisfy Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee's sweet tooth. Who will earn a shot at sweet victory over Bobby Flay?
Thrown From The Throne Chopped judge Amanda Freitag and walking culinary encyclopedia Simon Majumdar hope they are a winning combination, as Virginia-bred chef Ian Boden matches up with up-and-coming New York City chef Danielle Duran in hopes of slaying the Flay.
I Thought We Were Friends! Two of Bobby Flay's closest friends, Chopped judge Scott Conant and Food Network Star's Giada De Laurentiis, become his sworn enemies as they pick the chef to take him down. The Big Apple's Ian Alvarez and Seattle's Vuong Loc battle it out to see who has the chops to put an end to Bobby's winning streak.
Both Sides Of The Coin Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell and Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli hope that they've got all their Bobby Flay-beating bases covered, as they bring in fine-dining steakhouse chef Admir Alibasic and Asian street food master Jason Tom to throw Bobby off his game.