Rachael helps three viewers solve their sleeping problems with a 5-minute mattress test; a daughter, mother and grandmother get the same trendy haircut; and Rachael makes healthy macaroni and cheese with cauliflower.
Clodagh McKenna makes three easy suppers that don't require cleanup; Genevieve Gorder shows off three design looks, made from one bookcase; former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo shares three uses for coconut oil; and Rachael cooks a roast chicken dinner.
Clinton Kelly (The Chew (2011)) shares three inexpensive décor tips for your home; chef Rocco DiSpirito cooks a dinner perfect for people with weight loss resolutions; and Rachael makes nachos rellenos.
Dr. Ian Smith shares his top five weight-loss myths; Lorraine Pascale makes two delicious, low-calorie desserts; a former CIA agent reveals three phone apps that could save your life; and Rachael makes a steak that tastes like buffalo wings.
Design pros Genevieve Gorder and John Gidding face off in an awards-show party décor competition; Graham Elliot, from Masterchef (2010), shares weight-conscious recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner; and Rachael makes a healthy black bean tortilla soup.
Chef Curtis Stone makes a chocolate fondant cake and joins Rachael as her co-host. YouTube star Daym Drops sets out to find the best hidden restaurants in New York City; La La Anthony stops by to discuss her new show, Unforgettable (2011); and Rachael cooks falafels.
Firefighters representing different NYC boroughs compete in the annual Five-Alarm Cook-Off by making hero sandwiches; chef Anne Burrell joins Rachael in the kitchen; and professional bull rider J.B. Mauney teaches Rachael how to ride a bull right in the studio.
Sports analyst Jesse Palmer stops by the studio; New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and his wife, Liza Fitzpatrick, share their favorite slow-cooker dish; John Gidding shares game-day décor ideas; and Rachael makes mini-meatball pasta.
Rachael tests products that claim to cut cooking time in half, in the latest edition of "Human Lab"; Colin Hanks stops by to discuss his new show, Life in Pieces (2015); and Rachael makes a pasta dinner.
Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser (2004)) co-hosts for the day and makes three dishes, that will help slim you down; Daymond John (Shark Tank (2009)) makes the hosts guess whether six crazy products are real or fake; and Rachael makes steak fajitas.
Tim Gunn (Project Runway (2004)) helps a mom get out of a style rut, that she's been in since 1979; Rachael teaches a couple, who cook the same dish every night, how to switch up their supper; and Rachael makes a reinvented tuna casserole.
Emeril Lagasse's set from his old show is recreated; Rachael visits her favorite spots in New York City, in honor of her original show, $40 a Day (2002); Peter Walsh and Genevieve Gorder travel back to the shows that made them famous; and Rachael makes hot browns.
Four NFL stars make their best game-day dishes, as they compete in the annual Super Bowl Recipe Playoff; Emeril Lagasse cooks chicken wings and cheesy beer dip and visits a restaurant owner, who was inspired by him; and Rachael makes a DIY sloppy-joe bar.
Curtis 50 Cent Jackson is the Mystery Taster of the day; a woman and the daughter she put up for adoption are reunited; a man, who gave the shirt off his back in an act of kindness on the NYC subway, is honored; and Rachael makes a skirt-steak dinner.
Rachael and her husband, John M. Cusimano, get handcuffed together for "The Marriage Test"; actor Jerry O'Connell wears a Velcro suit and plays a game, to win prizes for the audience; and Rachael makes a Bolognese bucatini.
Joe Morton, from Scandal (2012), plays the guitar; Insanity trainer Shaun T. reveals that he was once a back-up dancer for Mariah Carey; and Rachael reveals one of her hidden hobbies and makes a chicken-Caesar Cobb-salad supper.
One man literally sees his girlfriend for the first time, then proposes to her; daddy duty is taken to a hair-raising level in the latest edition of "Human Lab"; Brandy Norwood stops by to discuss her new show, Zoe Ever After (2016); and Rachael makes chicken cacciatore.
Katie Lowes stops by to discuss her show, Scandal (2012); "Wedding in a Week" continues with a cake tasting; Dr. Travis Stork (The Doctors (2008)) shares tips to protect yourself from the Zika virus; and Rachael makes a chicken and vegetable pasta dish.
Michael Strahan (Live! with Kelly (1988)) faces off against Rachael, in a celebrity-guessing game; three viewers make their best burgers for a chance to compete at Rachael's "Burger Bash"; Carla Hall (The Chew (2011)) makes fries three ways; and Rachael cooks a bacon-queso burger.
Clinton Kelly (The Chew (2011)) shares snack recipes, including buffalo chicken dumplings; Genevieve Gorder gives a makeover to a small apartment; Rachael makes tapas. Also: a dessert recipe for nut elephant ears; a visit from three little goats, that are internet stars.
Sara Moulton demonstrates techniques to make dishes taste better and cooks baked chicken and bananas-foster crepes; Gretta Monahan reveals the best lesser-known beauty products; Daym Drops stops by with his daughter to eat ribs; and Rachael makes soup.
Dr. Ian Smith co-hosts the show and shares four DIY medical tests; Rachael Harris stops by to discuss her show, Lucifer (2015) and Suits (2011)); chef Stuart O'Keeffe makes a quick chicken-pasta Alfredo; and Rachael cooks a 6-minute meal and a make-your-own-takeout dish.
Laila Ali stops by to discuss her upcoming appearance on "Celebrity Apprentice"; Sophia Bush, from Chicago P.D. (2014), surprises Rachael with an interrogation; an inspiring 7-year-old is given $10,000; and Rachael makes a steak dinner.
Two families compete in the "Bracket, Lunch and Dinner Cook-Off" for a chance to win tickets tot the NCAA Final Four, and ESPN analyst Jay Bilas is the judge; a way to lose 15 pounds in three weeks is revealed; and Rachael makes chicken and cheerio tacos.