Three of Bobby's closest friends are playing by his rules in a bid to take him down, as Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Symon go head-to-head in the arena and Katie Lee leads the charge.
Maria Menounos and Scott Conant bring the glitz, glamour and competition to Bobby's house; Chefs Branden Levine and Damon Gordon face off for the ultimate reward, beating Bobby Flay.
Baltimore restaurateur Cindy Wolf and Southern belle Stacie Vande Wetering aim to teach Bobby Flay a thing or two in the kitchen; chefs Anne Burrell and Curtis Stone cheer on the contestants.
Sunny Anderson and Bobby Dean try their best to beat Bobby Flay; young gun Ty Leon and culinary talent Caprial Pence, both crave the sweet taste of victory.
French caterer Gui Alinat and Dallas caterer Kevin Ashade put it all on the line to get to Bobby Flay; chefs Josh Capon and Alex Guarnaschelli get to pick the competitor they think can bring Bobby to his knees.
Katie Lee and Simon Majumdar cheer on Honolulu's Shaymus Alwin and Boston restaurateur Jeremy Sewall's efforts to take Bobby Flay's crown.
Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian bring on the heat of the south as they attempt to get Bobby Flay burned; Louisiana's Robert Vasquez goes head-to-head with South Carolina's Aaron Rivera for a chance at Bobby Flay.
NFL Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis and chef Giada De Laurentiis spur on Atlanta barbecue chef Jordan Wakefield and Florida chef Kenny Gilbert.
Two winners of ``Food Network Star,'' Eddie Jackson and Jeff Mauro, team up to take down their mentor, Bobby Flay; New York City titans, Jesse Schenker and Danny Mena, battle to show Bobby who's the real king of New York.
Miami chef Adrianne Calvo goes head-to-head with German native and Pennsylvania chef Ben Thomas; actor Anthony Anderson and ``The Kitchen's'' Jeff Mauro referee the action.
Bobby Flay may have co-starred with her on Entourage, but tonight Perrey Reeves is co-starring with Chopped vet Scott Conant to try and tarnish Bobby's record. They've brought in Los Angeles chef Vikki Krinsky and lifelong vegetarian chef Pankaj Pradhan to get the job done.
Former boy bander Lance Bass and bad boy chef Michael Voltaggio are teaming up to put Bobby Flay in his place. On stage in hopes of squaring off with Bobby are Delaware chef Robbie Jester and the Garden State's top-rated French chef, James Laird.
Food Network's Katie Lee and Cooking Channel's Laura Vitale are dressed to kill Bobby Flay's record. It's between Denver chef Jennifer Jasinski and New Jersey restaurateur Eric Levine to face off for the coveted chance to Beat Bobby Flay.
The arena is on fire when Iranian competition-junkie Kevin Naderi and Polish-Italian chef Mark Vecchitto aim to face off with Bobby Flay in round two. Choosing the finest are New York City bad boys, TV personality Donny Deutsch and The Kitchen co-host Geoffrey Zakarian.