"Double-Dog Dare" — Alton's Superstar Sabotage After-Show
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Alton Brown challenges the chefs. The chefs challenge each other. That's how a typical Cutthroat Kitchen battle unfolds, even in the midst of a Superstar Sabotage tournament. But when it comes to Alton's After-Show, Alton gets even more diabolical: He challenges the judges.
On the latest installment of the After-Show following last night's Heat 4 tournament face-off, Alton and judge Jet Tila experienced firsthand the eviliciousness that was the hamster wheel prep table, which Chef Bobby Deen was forced to contend with in Round 1's Denver omelet test. While their mission began simply enough — Alton and Jet working and walking together to make a joint omelet — the situation turned even more dreadful when it came to the final step in omelet prep, the all-important flip. "I dare you to flip that," Alton told Jet. "Double-dog dare." Ever the good sport, Jet said, "I can't say no." And it's a good thing he didn't, because he managed to pull off a (near) perfect flip while he and Alton continued to walk the wheel. One bit of the omelet didn't turn over, but Jet explained simply, "I'm going to hide it," before successfully plating the omelet.
Click the play button on the video above to hear more from Alton and Jet, and hear from the Heat 4 winner, Chef Sherry Yard.
Tune in to the finale of the Superstar Sabotage tournament next Wednesday at 9|8c, and catch regular episodes of Cutthroat Kitchen every Sunday at 10|9c.