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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.
Two chefs share a blindfold during a pork and beans challenge. Then someone finds out just what a bear does in the woods. Finally, one chef finds themselves followed by a very persistent dark cloud.
One of the firefighter chefs gets hosed in the chili cheese fries challenge. Then, a burning buffalo chicken sandwich factory fires up the contestants. Finally, the chefs' dishes go up in flames.
It's a balancing act for two chefs making a pancake breakfast. Then, someone gets their mind blown by a high-powered fan. Finally, everything is at stake during a steak dinner challenge.
Four food truck chefs get locked in a breakfast sandwich showdown. Then, it's a double-decker burrito battle. Finally, one chef gets the scoop on their opponent and it isn't pretty.
Competitors struggle to hold on to their ingredients. Then, there's a big obstacle between two chefs and their barbecue chicken. Finally, one chef has to hang in there while cooking on a rock wall.
Two chefs rumble on ancient Greek rubble. Then, it's the blind leading the blindfolded in a seafood risotto challenge. Finally, it's a head-to-head battle that's nothing but monkey business.
One chef hits the trail in search of new ingredients. Then, it's a skillet breakfast cookout from atop a lookout tower. Finally, one competitor finds themselves in chilly waters while making chili.
One grandma gets down to the 'knitty' gritty on an afghan; a granny cooks a casserole with a torch; someone is forced to eat a whole lot of humble pie.
Two chefs rock the boat making a trout dinner. Then it's time for opponents to chase down their cheese. Finally, it's a tight squeeze for someone making dessert Camp Cutthroat-style.
Guest judge David Alan Grier dives into some breakfast tacos. Then, things get romantic when two chefs get hitched. Finally, one chef gets taken for a ride on the CTK Express.
One chef finds themselves working around the clock. Then, someone makes gumbo by tossing their ingredients from a balcony. Finally, white chocolate macadamia drives everybody nuts.
It's toad in a hole on a trio of funky pans. Then, it's up and down for two chefs cooking on a see-saw. Finally, one chef's plan for a perfect Napoleon is "blown apart."
The chefs make wraps that only a mummy could love. Then, a ghoul-ash challenge turns gruesome. Finally, one chef slams the front door on another in an all-out candy competition.
A chef draws a sword during a Monte Cristo challenge; it's not exactly the lab of luxury for one chef; 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.
Two chefs dive headfirst into a ceviche challenge. Then, somebody gets a raw deal from the "Half-Cooked Cafe." Finally, one chef tries to make cookies with laser-sharp precision.
Chefs Richard Blais, Cat Cora, Melissa d'Arabian, and Aarti Sequeria face off in the first heat of the Superstar Sabotage tournament. First, one chef has to make an English breakfast while wearing knight armor. Then, two chefs have to make a tofu dish while strapped toe-to-toe. Finally, one chef has to make an angel food cake on top of their head in a halo.
Four members of the Armed Services square off to make steak and eggs. Then, it's "tanks but no tanks" for one chef. Finally, it's hooray for a red, white and blue dessert challenge.
In the second heat of the Superstar Sabotage tournament, chefs Josh Elkin, Eric Greenspan, Kelsey Nixon, and Justin Warner face sabotages that include making Swedish pancakes in a Viking boat and feeling the bass on a turntable as they make bouillabaisse. Finally, one chef has to play a giant kitchen board game as they make a brownie sundae.
Chefs Rocco DiSpirito, Duff Goldman, Claire Robinson, and Fabio Viviani battle it out in the third heat of the Superstar Sabotage tournament. In round one, three chefs have to make pu pu platters while working in a giant pu pu platter. Then, one chef has to make tortellini while torte-leaning. Finally, one chef has to make whoopee pies while walking around with whoopee cushions attached to their feet.
There's only one more spot in the Superstar Sabotage finale and chefs Bobby Deen, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marcel Vigneron, and Sherry Yard each think they have what it takes to get there. To prove their skills, they must face sabotages such as making an omelet while walking on a giant hamster wheel, playing pin the tail on the donkey for burrito ingredients, and joining the Rockettes while making a New York cheesecake.
Four star chefs return for the Superstar Sabotage finale, and first, one chef has to cook fish sticks in a weather chamber. Then, two chefs have to star in a giant monster movie as they make ramen. Finally, one chef has to cook a dessert with both hands behind their back.
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