[S10E4] 15 Chefs Compete
Cutthroat Kitchen is a reality cooking television show hosted by Alton Brown. It premiered on August 11, 2013, on Food Network, and features four chefs competing in a three-round elimination cooking competition. The contestants face auctions in which they can purchase opportunities to sabotage one another. Each chef is given $25,000 at the start of the show; the person left standing keeps whatever money they have not spent in the auctions. The show is in its fifteenth season as of June 2017.
The eighteen chefs arrived at Hell's Kitchen via SUVs and police escort, and as they walked in, Sous Chef Scott told the chefs he shaved his head to prove his commitment to Ramsay and showed a picture of him with a full head of hair, before deciding to shave the chefs' heads. After two chefs got their heads shaved, really Sous Chef Scott's friends, the latter was about to shave Danielle's head until Ramsay stopped him and told her to get back in line. He told the chefs to get in the kitchens to cook their signature dishes.
The next day, a group of dogs was let loose in the dorms, and their loud barking woke up the chefs, confusing Barbie. Once up, Sous Chef Scott gave them overalls to put on, and their next challenge began.
While going back to the dorms, Christina told the red team to drop any problems they had immediately and was very happy to see Robyn finally out of the red team. Then, she added that with five chefs left on the red team, they had to move forward, with Kimmie agreeing as they had to come together.
When the red team found out David Beckham was dining in the red kitchen, the red team squeal in excitement, with even Christina, who was a lesbian, calling Beckham smoking hot. During dinner service, she was on the appetizer station with Kimmie. When Beckham arrived, she claimed he rode in a rainbow carried by a unicorn that was eating a cupcake, before calling him a magical creature. When Dana was struggling on flatbread pizza as it was stuck to the pizza over, she tried to help, but her attempt got stuck as well, and she felt they were fumbling more than ever. Despite that, the third attempt was accepted. After the red team got their tickets completed, she was one of the three chefs that were sent into the blue kitchen to help, she told them that it was not the time to make the blue team look even worse, and thanks to her leadership, the blue team was able to complete their orders. The red team won the service, and she was very happy as it meant they did not have to nominate somebody again.
Back at the dorms, the chefs found a Bob Kramer carbon steel knife from Henkels for each of them, thrilling Christina as she called it insane. The next day, the chefs tasted dishes from Ludo Lefebvre and Quinn Hatfield, and when nobody could get Lefebvre's dish, she hopefully said no harm no foul.
At elimination, Ramsay asked the final four why they should stay. Christina said she kept her mouth shut since the start, felt she became the leader of the red team, and that her standards were higher than before. After Barbie's elimination, Ramsay admitted that it was now hard to pick two out of the three remaining chefs as there was a fraction of difference between them and that he could see anyone of them in the finale. Just before Ramsay could announce who the first finalist was, the episode ended in a cliffhanger.
After a quick pack up, the final two met Ramsay on board their private jet, and Christina called spending time with him and on a jet amazing. When Ramsay told the two to enjoy themselves after their long journey, she knew she came a long way after dealing with the drama on the red team, putting her heart on each dish, and that she grew stronger at each service. Before landing, Ramsay asked the two who would win, and they said themselves. Arriving at Las Vegas, she and Justin headed down to the Paris Hotel for some hand massages until the Sous Chefs arrived. After the Sous Chefs went through the menu items with the final