VOTE: What's Your Favorite Cutthroat Kitchen Episode Title?

It's up to you, fans! Vote for which punny Cutthroat Kitchen episode title is the best ever.

While the never-ending onslaught of sabotages may be unnerving and downright frustrating for Cutthroat Kitchen competitors in the midst of battle, for fans at home who are watching the eviliciousness unfold, it's nothing short of sidesplitting funny. It turns out, though, that there's more hilarity to Cutthroat Kitchen than just the diabolical challenges. In the more than six seasons of the series, each episode has been given a telling — and amusing — title to signify either the dishes or the sabotages rivals would meet in the contest. FN Dish recently combed through the dozens of punny titles and rounded up the 15 best, and now it's time for you, fans, to choose your ultimate favorite.

Browse this photo gallery to see each title and relive its corresponding episode, then vote for your pick of the top title ever in the poll below.

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