"I Don't Know What to Say Sometimes" — Alton's After-Show

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Cutthroat After-Show: Salmon 04:57

Alton reveals the sabotages for salmon, kung pao chicken and French toast.

"I don't know what to say sometimes to these things," judge Antonia Lofaso revealed to  Alton Brown on the host's After-Show after learning of a particularly shocking challenge that befell Chef Michael. Tonight's all-new episode marked the preliminary heat in the first-ever  Cutthroat Kitchen: Superstar Sabotage tournament featuring A-list chefs, so of course the sabotages proved to be as over the top as the crop of talent facing off in the kitchen.

After hearing that within the French toast offering Chef Michael gave her were slices of "crispy, old cheese bread" harvested from the top of French onion soup, Antonia was quick to understand, though not excited to admit, "That's what I ate." She also proclaimed that when it came to one chef being forced to simultaneously prepare a salmon dinner and walk on a treadmill, "There can't be more." Sure enough, however, Alton noted: "There's always more. It's Cutthroat Kitchen." And then he revealed a critical station swap that would ultimately do in Chef Susan.

Click the play button on the video above to hear more from Antonia and Alton, and relive Heat 1 of the Superstar Sabotage tournament to see who claimed the first win.

Tune in to the next round of Superstar Sabotage on Wednesday at 9|8c, and catch an all-new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen on Sunday at 10|9c.

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