Cutthroat Kitchen Caption It: Vampire Brown

Considering the scary-good surprises that befall chefs when they're least expecting them, and the ghostly sabotages auctioned off by host Alton Brown, no competition does evil quite like Cutthroat Kitchen. And this weekend, for the first time ever, the Cutthroat arena will be transformed into an extra-spooky kitchen as the set gets dressed up for the show's first Halloween-themed episode. Of course, no Fright Night contest is complete without costumes, and that's where Alton comes in.

In the sneak-peek photo above from Sunday's all-new Halloween episode, the host has gotten into the spirit of the day by donning his best vampire cape and a look of impending terror. What do you think Alton has in store for the unsuspecting chefs? Will he be handing out more tricks than treats this year?

Before you tune in on Sunday at 10|9c to see what mysterious mind games arise on the special Halloween episode, we’re challenging you, Cutthroat Kitchen fans, to write your best captions (tastefully appropriate, please) for this moment in the comments below.

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