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Guy's Grocery Games (often nicknamed Triple G) is an American reality-based cooking television game show hosted by Guy Fieri on Food Network.[1] Each episode features four chefs competing in a three-round elimination contest, cooking food with ingredients found in a supermarket grocery store ("Flavortown Market") as Fieri poses unusual challenges to them. The winning chef of the episode can collect up to $20,000 in a shopping spree bonus round. The show often features chefs from Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, another show hosted by Fieri. The show Dessert Games was a short-lived spin-off.[2]




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The set is laid out in the manner of a typical supermarket, whose 10 aisles are stocked with a wide range of foods that include fresh produce, meat/poultry, and frozen items. Each chef has his/her own station for preparing and cooking food. Three judges officiate in each episode, introduced by Fieri during the first round.


In each round, Fieri assigns a dish (usually a general type such as "a fried feast" or "an upscale dinner") and issues one or more challenges that the chefs must fulfill. Challenge types include games or random drawings to determine ingredients that must be used, items or aisles being declared off-limits, and an upper limit on the total number/price/weight of ingredients. In the absence of any pertinent restrictions imposed by Fieri, the chefs have 30 minutes to collect their ingredients in one trip, using a standard shopping cart, and prepare/plate their dishes.[3] They must cook and plate four servings (one for each judge and one "beauty plate") before time runs out. At the end of each round, the judges taste and evaluate the dishes and select one chef to be "checked out," or eliminated from the game with no winnings. On occasion, the chefs compete through only two rounds instead of the usual three and/or face two eliminations at the end of a single round.


"Delivery" episodes, filmed in 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, involve three chefs (usually ones who have served as judges) cooking in their home kitchens through two rounds of competition. Chefs receive one or two boxes containing food (and sometimes equipment) to re-create one or two of the studio challenges. Chefs may generally use whatever equipment they have on hand; at Fieri's direction, they may also use ingredients of their own.


A three-judge panel evaluates the chefs' dishes in each round. Instead of choosing a chef to be checked out by consensus, the judges individually assign point scores in each round based on gameplay (15), creativity (15), plating (10), and the chef's description of the taste (10), for a maximum possible total of 50. A chef's score in each category equals the average of the three judges' ratings. The high scorer from the first round receives an "Envelope of Opportunity," which grants an advantage for the second round and, occasionally, a donation to a charity of the chef's choice. The low scorer must open a "Package of Pain," which assigns either an impediment for the second round or an embarrassing item they must wear or task they must do. After two rounds, the highest overall scorer wins and can either accept a guaranteed cash payout (typically $5,000 to $10,000), or let Fieri determine the prize by spinning a wheel with values ranging from $0 to $20,000.


In addition to challenging games, the show featured culinary quizzes at times throughout the first 11 seasons. Each quiz referred to a specific item; the first chef to find that item and bring it to Fieri won an advantage for the current round, such as being allowed to get extra ingredients or enter an aisle declared off-limits.


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Northstar came out in 1992's Alpha Flight #106 by writer Scott Lobdell and artist Mark Pancella, making him Marvel's first gay superhero. Later on, Northstar would marry his partner Kyle in writer Marjorie Liu and penciller Mike Perkins's Astonishing X-Men Volume 3 #51. While not always one of the most popular X-characters, Northstar is nevertheless one of the most groundbreaking.


While the Marvel Universe has often changed around them, Destiny and Mystique's relationship has been a staple of comics. Together, the two have survived Sentinels, the X-Men, and alternate timelines. When she was killed, Mystique worked tirelessly to return her lover to life. Despite their apparent amorality, Destiny and Mystique's relationship is an inspiring part of Marvel Comics.


Carter was born into wealth just like Serena, Nate, Chuck and Blair on April 10th, 1989, making him 3 years older than most of the main characters. He attended Constance and was two grades ahead of the NJBC . It's mentioned on multiple occasions in the series that he cut himself off from his family's wealth and decides to fly around Asia and eastern Europe to find his true passion through volunteer work instead of going to college. He soon developed a serious addiction problem during his trip, and is scheming against the Upper East side as a way to pay for his debts.


Carter appears next in The Age of Dissonance, when Chuck sees him on a date with a mysterious escort he met at a secret society named Elle. He confronts them, but she says her name is Hailey before sneaking out through the kitchen. Later, she goes to see Chuck and says she needs to leave the country to escape the secret society men from hurting her. Chuck agrees to help her, and calls Carter; who is an expert at crossing borders. He brings Elle to him, but is shocked to discover Carter is a member of the society as well. After the fact, Carter runs into Blair, who is about to start a downward spiral, at a bar. They enter into a short fling, and begin sleeping together. Meanwhile, Chuck is trying to relay to Blair how he feels about her and tries to convince her to turn her life around and leave Carter. She refuses, as she's finding pleasure in her rebellious lifestyle. As a result, Chuck and Serena team up to banish Carter; and she blackmails him into leaving town with reminding him about their misadventures in Santorini (The Grandfather).


In the premiere Reversals of Fortune, Rufus, Eric van der Woodsen, and Jenny Humphrey notice Carter in the background of all the photos of Serena's summer exploits. Carter meets Serena outside her apartment building saying they need to talk and that Serena can't avoid what happened forever. She unties her halter top dress to get away from him and leaves. She admits to Dan that that they traveled together at the beginning of summer but then things got weird and Carter is stalking her and she doesn't know what to do. She asks Dan to keep Carter away from her at all costs, and Dan asks Blair for help. At the polo match, Blair and Dan confront Carter with a restraining order against Blair, since she will be by Serena's side at all times. They call Serena over, who once again claims Carter is stalking her. Carter says mysteriously that that isn't the truth at all. Serena throws the first ball at the match and takes off into the woods and Carter follows. He meets up with her and he reveals that the truth is that her father didn't want to see her. Serena becomes upset and Carter tells her he would have stayed around for her all summer but she ditched him and ran. The two kiss and have sex in the woods. However, Serena once again runs away and leaves a shirtless Carter with the stolen horses from the polo match.


Serena and Carter are officially dating in The Lost Boy. Serena tells Dan that she is happy with Carter and that she is pleasantly surprised with him as a boyfriend. Carter invites Serena to his hotel room at The Downing and is interrupted by a girl named Aubrey who claims to have slept with Carter and he doesn't recognize her. Serena is confused and leaves. Blair tells Serena that Carter really isn't the good guy she thinks he is and that guys like Carter don't change. When Carter tries to check out of The Downing, his card is repeatedly declined and the concierge is being instructed to destroy the card and call the police. When he looks at the bill, he declares he didn't order any of the room service he is being charged for, including three bottles of Dom 95 Preserve. Serena tells him he can use her card and that he should at least pay for room service and Carter again denies ordering any of it. Serena is visibly skeptical and Carter is disappointed that she didn't believe him about the girl from earlier or the room service bill. Blair and Serena meet up at the Sotheby's auction and Serena admits that Blair was right about Carter and that she shouldn't have trusted him. Blair replies that some guys just are who they are. Chuck remarks a few minutes later that he is surprised Carter isn't there with Serena and that some guys just are who they are, and Serena puts it together. She buys the photo both Chuck and Blair need as revenge for their Carter sabotage. Both Blair and Chuck admit that the girl was a set up, the hotel bill was also a set up (Dom is Blair's favorite champagne), and that they did it because Blair didn't want Serena to get hurt and Chuck hates Carter. Chuck explains that Carter is selfish and when they sent him away, Carter went to Greece instead of Dubai and didn't come back to New York until he was broke. Serena explains that her and Carter went looking for her father in Santorini, and she didn't want anyone to know which is why she went to him. They went to crash Dr. van der Woodsen's wedding but were on a stolen boat and were picked up by the police. Serena had no idea that Carter was looking for her father by himself. Carter shows up at the Van Der Woodsen's and Serena apologizes for not believing him and Carter says he figured out it was Chuck and Blair the day before. He tells Serena that she will eventually find a reason to bolt if she really wants to, but she says she doesn't want to leave. She invites him to eat breakfast with her family and Carter agrees. Outside the building, Carter runs into Nate's new girlfriend Bree Buckley who tells him that her family will be coming for him after what he did to them.


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