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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It's a game show, so entertainment is the focus. But it shows how people can shop in average markets to create interesting and tasty meals.
Positive Role Models
The contestants are chefs who work in restaurants, private homes, and catering services.
Violence & Scariness
Occasionally racing grocery carts lead to lighthearted mishaps. Contestants sometimes throw food on the floor out of frustration.
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Occasionally words such as "ass" are audible.
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Products & Purchases
Labels for a range of food brands such as Hunt's, Muir Glen, and Kikkoman are visible but not prominently featured.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Wine and other alcoholic beverages are sometimes visible but only for cooking.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Guy's Grocery Games offers viewers of all ages a fun way to think about ingredients, shopping, and cooking while offering some entertaining game show moments. Food labels are sometimes visible, though no brands are prominently featured. Occasionally strong words such as "ass" are audible.
Is It Any Good?
From offering an interpretation of spaghetti and meatballs without pasta or beef to creating a meal for four on a $6.35 budget, the series shows how chefs of all levels work with everyday ingredients and in a limited time frame to cook and adapt recipes to create tasty meals. But most of the show's focus is on the competition itself, which serves up a lot of humorous moments.
Die-hard foodies may not find a lot here to sink their teeth into, but folks looking to find new ways of approaching food shopping and cooking may find some interesting tips. Some may be inspired to try new ingredients and adapt their own recipes, too. But viewers of all ages who like food-themed shows will definitely find it worth watching.
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