A Dizzying Cocktail — Alton's Tournament of Terror After-Show
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Most cocktail recipes are pretty straightforward: Mix, stir or shake, then pour (and sip). But of course on Cutthroat Kitchen, few things are as easy as they seem, especially on a night like tonight, which saw the finale of Alton Brown's first-ever Tournament of Terror.
Guest judge Anne Burrell was in for the ultimate dizzying drink when she visited the After-Show. She checked out a few sabotages, then landed atop an especially evilicious sabotage: the rotating bed from Round 3, atop which she had to prep a Bloody Mary. But in true Cutthroat fashion, it wasn't all about the bed; it was what the bed did that made this challenge interesting. "There's one thing that I left out, Anne. One thing," Alton told her after she was settled with her ingredients. Within moments the mischievous mattress began moving, but Anne didn't let that scare her, taking the motion in stride. "This is so fun," Anne said, realizing the full extent of the sabotage. "Does this thing go any faster?"
Click the play button on the video above to watch the sabotage unfold and see more of Alton and Anne in their costumes.