The Biggest Loser: The Velvet Teddy Bear Goes Home Again
Recap and Commentary by Jennifer T.
December 4, 2013
Too much stuffing.
Welcome to this week's episode of The Biggest Loser!
You may have noticed that I took last week off from recapping; or maybe you didn't notice! I was traveling for Thanksgiving last Tuesday and wasn't able to watch The Biggest Loser until the weekend.
Wow, what an episode to miss! Bob's official coming out and the loss of Holley! Was anyone in America actually surprised at Bob's confession?
I was upset to see Holley go, mostly because I don't think I've ever seen a contestant need a makeover as badly as she does.
Well, maybe with the exception of Michael Ventrella, the winner from season nine, who probably lost a few pounds when he finally got his hair cut.
Holley's makeup in the talking head last week was seriously awful; I hope someone teaches her how to use makeup before the finale.
On the plus side, I'm always happy when Bob loses a player because it makes him just a little bit less arrogant. I'm sure he regrets using his save last week though, as Holley was definitely his pet project for the season and he seems rather indifferent to Matt.
Got thoughts? Post them at the end.
The show starts with a replay of last week's ending moments with Holley's eviction and Alison's declaration that someone else is leaving.
Last week we were left with the assumption that it was double elimination, however, if you have ever watched the show before, it was fairly obvious that this was going to be the, "someone has to try to lose weight back at home," week. Duh.
As I expected, I was right. Duh.
The person going home will bring his (or her) trainer with him (or her) and he (or she) will be the only person whose weight counts for the team.
Alison says that the person going home will be decided by a spin of wheel.
Marie wants to see her husband but she realizes that if Jillian goes home with her, her teammates won't have a trainer on the ranch so she definitely doesn't want the wheel to land on her or anyone on the white team.
Foreshadowing? Or is she just the only one who realizes that a trainer going home means no trainer on the ranch?
The contestants each place their picture on the wheel of fortune.
Alison spins the wheel. Jay hopes it lands on him. Tanya doesn't want Dolvett to see her food cabinet at home.
Jay's wishes come true and Jillian is upset. Clearly Jay isn't thinking long term at all. Jillian explains to him that Marie and Tumi will be without a trainer and its like a light bulb goes off above Jay's head. Duh.
Jay is from Farmington, Missouri. I lived in Missouri for five years and I have no idea where that is. I look it up on a map and surprisingly, it isn't that far from St. Genevieve which is just an hour south of my former home, St. Louis.
Jillian looks upset to be visiting what is pretty close to the middle of America.
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