Facepalm: "A Hollandaise Crumble" — Alton's After-Show
Cutthroat After-Show: Eggs 04:59
From the wonderfully weird to the disturbing and downright diabolical, Cutthroat Kitchen judges have seen nearly everything in the seven seasons of evilicious competition. But something in tonight's all-new battle forced longtime judge Simon Majumdar to simply cover his eyes in disbelief as he recounted the horror during Alton's After-Show.
The Round 1 challenge — eggs Benedict — may have started simply enough, but after a few required cooking implements were put in place, the situation turned grisly as Chef Trevor was forced to use a conveyor toaster to prepare his plate. "He actually made … a serviceable hollandaise, but he decided at the last minute to put it on a plate and keep it warm in the top of that," Alton Brown told Simon. "And in the time that he did that, it went from sauce to scrambled egg. It because a hollandaise crumble." While Simon had no choice but to rest his head in his hands as he looked back on that doomed dish, fans were reminded of what Simon said after tasting Chef Trevor's offering: "I never need to eat another hollandaise crumble as long as I live." Nevertheless, though, Chef Trevor managed to survive the round, as Simon explained that another rival, Chef Monterey, presented a poor egg, which was ultimately unforgivable.
Click the play button on the video above to hear from Alton and Simon as they reflect on the latest sabotages to befall the competitors.