Relive the Eviliciousness of Camp Cutthroat and Join the Conversation with Alton Brown

Go inside the Camp Cutthroat competition with master saboteur Alton Brown.
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Photo by: Eddy Chen ©2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Eddy Chen, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

The rock walls, the bouncy houses, the blindfolds and, of course, Bob the Bear — Camp Cutthroat isn't short on eviliciousness, thanks in part to Camp counselor extraordinaire and host Alton Brown. Last night's Round 4 battle — the last one until next Wednesday's finale — was full of diabolical outdoor sabotages, including the now-infamous lookout tower from which one chef had to make a skillet breakfast high atop the campsite. While all of the drama played out on TV, Alton Brown took to Twitter @AltonBrown to offer you fans an insider's look at the competition and answer a few of your most-pressing Camp questions. Read on below to see some of his best tweets.

Ever wonder how cameras manage to capture footage of the chefs as they're cooking in the middle of the lake? Alton explains.

— Alton Brown (@altonbrown) September 3, 2015
The smaller the utensils, the better.

According to Alton, the lake has been renamed "Leech Lake." Find out why — the answer may surprise you.

— Alton Brown (@altonbrown) September 3, 2015
The definition of B.O.B., once and for all.

Rattlesnakes, reinterpreted in true Alton fashion.

— Alton Brown (@altonbrown) September 3, 2015

Remember that time judge Jet Tila thought that something was "easier" at Camp Cutthroat?

Go high atop the lookout tower with Alton to get the full view of the set.

— Alton Brown (@altonbrown) September 3, 2015

Mark your calendars for next Wednesday's Camp Cutthroat finale at 9|8c, and be sure to join the conversation during the show with #CampCutthroat. Regular episodes of Cutthroat Kitchen air every Sunday at 10|9c.

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