Special Sneak Peek: Guy Meets Gene Simmons on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

by in Shows, July 8th, 2014

DDD Gene SimmonsOn an all-new episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy is heading to the West Coast for a taste of California. In Culver City, Guy will get the ultimate surprise when Gene Simmons from KISS makes a special appearance. He’ll then continue his trip by visiting Garden Grove, where he’ll discover a family-run Mexican joint serving tamales and traditional beef Chamorro. Guy will also visit the coast of Monterey for a seafood feast fit for a king. Catch this episode on Friday, July 11 at 10|9c. Until then, check out these exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of Guy’s California adventure.

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Comments (4)

  1. brenda jo says:

    omg gene simmons hair looks like dyed cotton candy! fried dyed and laid to the side! horrible! a good short cut would make him look years younger! get over it gene!!!!!!!!!! whats with the fro!!!!!!!!!! love you guy you are still rockin it!!!!!!!!

  2. guest says:

    Love DDD but am a bit confused. You show Guy's name as Fieri, but it always sounds like Fieti when he says it. What's with that?

    • Cuest says:

      The "r" in English is pronounced like errrr. (soft)
      In Spanish or Italian it is pronounced as a "rolled' r cut in half.
      Pretend you are of Latin descent and read the word like "Gringo."
      An American might say "Gringo." (soft "r"). and even short "i" like Ringo Starr.
      A Latino would say it like "Reeengo."
      Hope that helps.

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