This chapter analyses the elitist interpretation of Gilles-Deleuze and Felix-Guattari. According to this interpretation, the Deleuzo-Guattarian philosophy is the concern of a limited number of professional, ivory tower philosophers. Alain Badiou's elitist interpretation of Deleuze and Guattari is one of the most important. Badiou is in fact a very influential contemporary philosopher. His philosophy is closely connected to his politics. The chapter discusses the Badiou's philosophy and his interpretation of Deleuze and, implicitly, of Guattari, before analysing the position of Slavoj Zizek. Zizek's interpretation of Deleuze and Guattari is more ambiguous as he argues that Deleuze's is the only interesting work and that it is characterized by a political philosophical elitism. The chapter analyses the position of Peter Hallward who argues more coherently that the whole oeuvre of Deleuze and Guattari is marked by apolitical philosophical elitism, which the author rejects from a leftist perspective, as does Badiou and Zizek. It also discusses the Mengue's interpretation of Deleuze and Guattari.