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A Definitive Ranking Of The 15 Wildest Sabotages On "Cutthroat Kitchen"

"Where sabotage is not only encouraged...it's for sale."

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15. Two Balls of Plastic and Aluminum Foil, One Big Ball of Emotion

Cruel and Unusual Punishment because... In a kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, and you're stuck making all the pots, pan, and silverware before you start cooking? Waaaak.

14. Vintage Gumball Machine as Kitchen Pantry

Cruel and Unusual Punishment because... On the outside, it seems like a pretty harmless way to get ingredients for a frittata, right? WRONG. Imagine the endless amount of time (and quarters) needed to twist out the proper amount of cheese and onions.

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12. Captain Hook Cooks Gnocchi

Food Network

Cruel and Unusual Punishment because... This chef found out why Captain Hook never cooked...after he had a potato masher duct-taped to his hand. Both agonizing and entertaining.

11. The Obligatory Halloween Episode with Unconventional Foods

Cruel and Unusual Punishment because... Picture the sheer horror of having to cook a stew with crickets and/or cow's heart. But honestly, if you've seen Fear Factor, or have a worldly palette, this shouldn't be such a big deal.

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8. Breakfast in Bed: Extreme Edition

Cruel and Unusual Punishment because... What's more relaxing than being confined to cooking in a twin-bed with barely any heat sources during a high-stakes cooking competition for $25,000 dollars?

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2. The Paper-Thin Prep Station

Food Network

Cruel and Unusual Punishment because... This chef making a cutting table out of butcher paper would make him the Sisyphus of Cutthroat Kitchen. Utterly torturous.

1. Kiddie Kitchennn!!!!!!

Cruel and Unusual Punishment because... It's probably the most humbling sabotage around. What else could literally bring Master Chef and Chopped judge Geoffrey Zakarian to his knees than a kitchen fit for toddlers?

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