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Just how far is a chef willing to go to win a cooking competition? Cutthroat Kitchen hands four chefs each $25,000 and the opportunity to spend that money on helping themselves or sabotaging their competitors. Ingredients will be thieved, utensils destroyed and valuable time on the clock lost when the chefs compete to cook delicious dishes while also having to outplot the competition. With Alton Brown as the devilish provocateur, nothing is out of bounds when money changes hands and we see just how far chefs will go to ensure they have the winning dish.
One chef must use a shark jaw as a knife. Then, two chefs must cook out of — and on top of — a suitcase. Finally, a banana nut muffin challenge that drives the chefs both bananas and nuts.
Four chefs are fired up to be named Cutthroat's grill master. One chef makes a dish that almost tastes like chicken. Then somebody feels the heat while tied to a rotisserie. Finally, burgers as never before.
One chef gets on a roll using a twisted pan. Then, a big burrito causes someone even bigger problems. Finally, a chef learns that there's nothing more helpless than a "kitchen" up a tree.
The worst sabotages of all time. One chef finds themselves cooking upstream. Then, someone's chicken parmesan gets canned. Finally, a chef gets completely turned around while making crepes.
One chef pops a wheelie while making a dip. Then, someone nearly has a meltdown cooking on Mt. Stromboli. Finally, a chef just might blow it making waffles in a saxophone.
Guest judge Susan Feniger samples the chefs' smoothie moves. Then, someone takes a ride on an elephant they'll never forget. Finally, a chef raises the roof in an oatmeal cookie challenge.
It's big top fun when chefs make corn dogs in a clown car. Then, a ring of fire drives somebody nuts. Finally, a chef goes three-wheeling while making funnel cake.
Chefs face off in an intense egg soccer match. Then, two chefs can't get off each other's backs. One chef is hounded by a bad memory while making blondies.
A gang of chefs on bouncy horses face a biscuit breakfast challenge. Then, it's two on a stroller making chicken nuggets. Finally, two chefs battle with long tools and short legs.
One chef gets hassled by haggis. Then, a pair of chopsticks becomes a huge obstacle for someone. Finally, a chef finds that they're not so sweet on key lime pie.
guest judge Cat Cora; it's all downhill for three chefs in a bobsled; Swedish meatballs; one chef learns that peanut butter and jelly isn't child's play.
One chef has to make vegetable soup in a kitchen sink; two chefs really get on a roll when they make Philly cheesesteak; a molasses cookie challenge slows the chefs down.
A chef draws a sword during a Monte Cristo challenge. Then, it's not exactly the "lab" of luxury for one chef. Finally, rocky road really lives up to its name.
Guest judge Susan Feniger tests the fish sandwich waters. Then one chef hits the rodeo on the back of a bucking bronco. Finally, someone gets sent up the river while making Mississippi mud pie.
One chef takes Manhattan ... clam chowder, that is. Then, someone gets shell-shocked by their opponent. Finally, it's a cold, cold winter when one chef feels the heat.
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