After recovering from a terrible motorcycle accident, Ricky swooped in to save his mother's restaurant after a massive theft. However, with no money and an entitled staff, Willie Degel does the unthinkable.
Guy digs into a late-night spot all about breakfast in Los Angeles, a funky joint serving creative combos in Columbus, Ohio, and a barbecue spot smokin' up pork belly dumplings in Phoenix.
Guy Fieri travels the country to dive into some meaty masterpieces, including a poutine burger in Colorado, potato chip pie in Dallas, and killer clay-pot chicken in Phoenix.
In Astoria, New York, Guy visits a dive bar cranking out slow roasted lamb ribs with fresh tzatziki while in California, an Italian restaurant is serving up the family meatball recipe in a slider.
Guy's heading out for some global flavour. In Colorado, a German joint is specialisng in homemade kraut and its own take on a kraut burger. In San Antonio, a Moroccan family restaurant is doing the Moroccan Friday night favourite: couscous.
Ina is making dinner for her friend Miguel who is photographing the garden. He creates a table setting for her while she makes panko crusted salmon, warm French lentils, and chicken noodle soup for Miguel's journey back to the city.
It's a drill dinner for local fire fighters. After a practice fire drill, Ina pitches in and serves them a delicious dinner consisting of beef barley soup, firefighter Scott Elley's sloppy joes, and make-your-own pecan caramel sundaes.
It's competition time as Ina and her friends Eli Zabar and David Ziff plan a potluck dinner. They each take a course with a Mediterranean theme. But first there's breakfast at Ina's to discuss the plan over delicious tri-berry pancakes.
It's a pre-party tasting and planning meeting for the son of Ina's friend's rehearsal dinner. There's tarragon potato salad, chunky blue cheese dressing, vegetable coleslaw and guacamole to pair up with local takeaway specialties.
Ree cooks up four sensational 16-minute meals for summer. On the menu is coriander lime salmon, a Greek feast to-go, perfect pasta with pesto and peas, and super-fast courgette noodles for a solo summertime supper.
Ree cooks up a storm with chicken, chicken and more chicken! She demonstrates the benefits of bulk buying with three fantastic dishes: slow cooker chicken and broccoli, chicken pie and chicken kale caesar salad.
Ree and her daughter Paige reminisce over an afternoon tea for two. On the menu are divine ham and leek mini quiches, garden spread finger sandwiches, lemon raspberry tarts, mini doughnut muffins and fancy hot chocolate.
It's boxing night, so Ree's running her sons to town for practice. She bakes them fruity granola chocolate chip cookies and prepares a knockout dinner of Italian sloppy joes, garlic toast and a fabulous lemon meringue pie.
Most people think nothing of eating a chicken, but what about a rabbit? Jamie makes some great game recipes, starting with his very own Essex fried rabbit.
Jamie shows how to make a simple, versatile short crust pastry for sweet and savoury dishes, and then prepares a delicious Italian ham, nettle and spinach tart.
Jamie turns his attention to eggs and collects the batch that his free range hens have laid. He makes a delicious homemade egg tagliatelle and an omelette salad with bresaola.
Jamie shows how versatile the rhubarb plant can be, making rhubarb fool, hot and sour rhubarb with crispy pork and noodles, and even a creamy cocktail.
English asparagus is world-renowned, and with a short season of just six weeks. Jamie demonstrates three different, simple ways to cook and dress asparagus to celebrate these garden gems.
Paul explores an area previously unknown to him, Norwegian baking. After a helicopter ride to see how Bergen sits within the landscape, he meets a family who bake national treats and creates his version of two of Bergen's favourite bakes.
This trip, Guy's taking Kid Rock's lead on a tour through D-town. Just outside of Detroit in Clarkston, Michigan, Guy tries one of Kid Rock's favourites, mac 'n cheese.
Guy's travelling the country searching for a taste of the South. In Vancouver, Southern staples are served with a twist, like the pulled pork pancakes with a side of Jack Daniels syrup.
In Manhattan, a real deal chef is cranking out homemade pretzels with a special beer cheese sauce. In California, Guy visits a family-run joint with authentic Mexican food like carnitas with red salsa.
This trip, Guy goes all animal. In Charleston, South Carolina, the husband and wife duo flying high for all things bird, like a duck club with homemade garlic mayo.
Guy's in Charleston, South Carolina, where Southern heritage meets culinary creativity at this Mom and Pop joint, with favourites like deep fried pork chops with sweet and spicy pepper jelly.
In Vancouver, Guy checks out the Chinese joint hand-pulling noodles and using ages-old family recipes for dishes like beef rolls. In New York, a team of brothers kick traditional bar food up a notch.
Guy finds a slice of history all over the country. In California, he visits the neighbourhood deli that's a favourite with locals and celebrities for its pastrami served all kinds of ways.
In Annapolis, Maryland, two Irish brothers serving up food from their homeland with a twist, like Guinness fried oysters with homemade coleslaw.
This trip, Guy's teaming up with local legends. Outside Baltimore, Guy and Super Bowl champ Joe Theismann head to the kitchen for all types of tacos.
Guy's cruising down the path less travelled. In Dallas, he turns Tex-Mex into Mex-Tex, with savoury soups. In Baltimore, local baker Duff Goldman stops by to seek out the secrets of the square pizza.
Guy Fieri is hitting the road heading to joints taking childhood favourites to a gourmet level. In Denver, he visits the old time bar going all out homemade on the tater tots, pork rinds and a pastrami sandwich.
This trip Guy Fieri is hittin' the road for some scratch-made comfort food. In Burbank, California, there's a family-owned chili serving spot with a name dating back a century.
This trip Guy Fieri is checkin' out the combos that make some local hangouts a hit. In Denver the double duty corner bar's smoking pork for its biscuits and topping pizzas with the bounty of the county.
In Las Vegas, Guy puts the prospects through a hilarious but educational exercise that involves interviewing different types of chefs, and one prospect is sent home.
Who will pass "go" and collect $10,000 as Cake Wars celebrates Monopoly? Four bakers will roll the dice before the judges and hope to create the centrepiece for a party celebrating everyone's favourite board game.
George, the owner of Los Angeles hot spot Ca' Brea, has recently received a few complaints that are surprisingly not related to the quality of his food or his wait staff's service, but about his valet service.
Restaurant owner Derrick has a problem with an employee who claims he hurt his leg on the job. This former waiter has threatened a lawsuit, so to appease him, Derrick has made him a host. However, his lazy behaviour has not stopped...
Nicky's daughter fears that without a fresh approach, Villa Monaco could become extinct. Without Willie to help enlighten Nicky to the real problems, he could lose the business and his relationship with his daughter.