"Fly Vision" Makes Bartending Tricky — Alton's After-Show

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Cutthroat After-Show: Cocktail 04:51

Judge Anne Burrell makes Alton a special cocktail with fly-vision goggles.

Anne Burrell is no stranger to the Cutthroat Kitchen arena, as she's both competed on and judged this evilicious competition before. But the sabotages took a particularly diabolical turn for her tonight, when she returned to her post as a guest judge and later got to experience a few of the challenges for herself during the After-Show. No sooner did she take in host Alton Brown's "custom cat condo" did she feast her eyes on an oversize shoe for shoofly pie. "But that was really nothing," Alton Brown told her, as he prepared to unleash a far trickier test that she'd ultimately be wearing. He gave Anne what he called "fly vision," thanks to psychedelic goggles that severely warped her vision. "They make you feel kind of drunk," Alton added.

With the oddball specs snugly on her head, Anne did her best to prep a cocktail — but the task wasn't without its challenges. "This is hilarious," she admitted after knocking over a glass and attempting to feel her way around the prep station to land the tools she needed. Though she managed to fill up the shaker with a few liquors and even slice a grapefruit while under the influence of the googles, the real test came when it was time for her to pour the drink. "Did I make any of that in the glass?" she asked.

Click the play button on the video above to see what happened next, and watch as Anne attempted to pop a bottle of bubbly to finish her cocktail.

Tune in to Cutthroat Kitchen on Wednesdays at 9|8c.

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