Bob greets his team the next day and is quite happy to see Kristin. He reminds them that three weigh-ins are left, and they have to be all-in and ready to go above and beyond anything they've done. He tells Ron that he's going to be in the 200s at the next weigh-in. That is, if he loses 3 pounds this week. Ron hasn't been under 300 pounds since he was a young teenager, which is crazy. Bob sends everyone off to the gym, with the exception of Kristin. He wants to have a heart-to-heart, and tells her that she has no time for self-doubt. Kristin, like, Tara, is scared that she wants this so much, and scared she's not going to make it to the end. Bob tells her to get over that but quick. Kristin thinks back to being the last picked for teams on the first episode and the biggest woman who's lasted this long on campus. She really wants to make it to the end, and fears falling short. She's felt not worthy for years, and to flip the switch and realize that she's worth it is a big thing. Bob tells her that she's an inspiration to others, and needs to stop being afraid, because she deserves this. She's what The Biggest Loser is all about. Being vaguely annoying and still somewhat impressive. Kristin interviews that she's worth it and deserves it. Really, she could have just watched a L'Oreal commercial and gotten the same effect.
Everyone heads to meet Sami in a room that's set up like a game show. But not something cool, like a Plinko board. More like neon Jeopardy. Sami introduces Rosemary Ellis, the editor-in-chief of Good Housekeeping magazine, who also oversees Good Housekeeping's Research Institute. The team there is always testing things such as fitness equipment, food and makeup, and she's there to share the smartest strategies they've found to help the losers reach their goal. Thus, today they'll be playing the Biggest Loser Fitness and Food Trivia Quiz. Catchy! They'll be asked four food- and fitness-related questions, and then the experts at Good Housekeeping will weigh in with the correct answers. Aw, can't they go back to eating, like, 100 cupcakes? That challenge was fun. The person who answers the most questions correctly will get a 3-day, all-expenses-paid trip for two to New York City, have a private tour of the Institute, and lunch in their VIP room. Kristin seems really excited about this prize, which I think goes back to her self-esteem issues. Only three days? And they can't even throw in tickets to see 9 to 5 on Broadway? Or a spot on What Not to Wear?