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Cutthroat Kitchen
Season 6
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The most dangerous, most extreme cooking competition on television is back for another course of sweets, savories, and sabotage!

Recaps by James Craven, GSNN

Host Alton Brown
Creator Michael Davies
EP Shauna Minoprio
Julia Cassidy
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Origins Burbank, CA
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Tiki Torch-ure
January 11
Welcome back to Alton Brownís International House of SabotageTM and here to get their $25,000 are Shubee, who once played football for the Washington Football Team, Colin, King and Gina.

Starting off, letís make some fish tacos.  Shubee buys the first ever commercial-placement product item in Cutthroat Kitchen history, a Farmersí Insurance Sabotage Protection Policy for $8,500, used after Colin buys a swap-out of salmon skins or sardines by Colin for $6,600, instead giving King the skins and Gina the sardines.  Gina then returns the favor by forcing Colin to use tiki torches for cooking for $5,800, and mid-round, King will have to wear scuba flippers thanks to Colin for $1,100 for the rest of the round.  Enter from the hermetically sealed front porch of Funk and Wagnallís mayonnaise jar is Antonia Lofaso, and eliminates Gina, and her $19,200 goes away as well.

Before round two, letís check the amounts.  King holds the lead with his original stash of $25,000 followed by Colin with $17,300 and Shubee at $16,500.  How about we make a pasta salad this time around.  King enters the fray with a $5,000 win to make Shubee gather his water to boil his pasta in from a mister, and then Colin makes both Shubee and King gather their non-pasta products from a leftover pot luck dinner for $7,400.  Near the end, in another mid-round bidding, Shubee makes Colin use two pairs of tongs for the rest of the challenge for $4,900.  Antonia returns, and says Shubee doobie-gone, along with $11,600.

And as the final round starts, with Hulk Hoganís favorite dessert, apple pie (strap match) to be made - look it up on the YouTubes, kids - we see King having $20,000 and Colin has $9,900.  King buys uncored apples for Colin - who lives in a apple orchard - for $9,000 and then purchases apple cores to replace his apples for $8,600.  Well, all that spending reduced Kingís bank to $2,400 and Colin still has $9,900 in his till.  After Atonia tastes the pies, she names our winner as King.

Plenty more next week, so join us for all the fun.

To see this episode in its entirety, go to foodnetwork.com/cutthroatkitchen.