Finally we have Dan versus Brittany. Brittany is flying, with Dan not too far behind and determined to catch up. Eventually he does, and even passes her. Ultimately, Dan gets 14 flags and Brittany gets 13, which means the Black Team has won. Dan is really proud of how far he's taken his life, body, and health. He's what a 21 year old should be, and that's more important to him than any prize. However, the prize is pretty kick-ass, and the Blue Team is excited. They make Sami do a Pride On Three with them.
The Blue Team works out. Bob tells us that Mark leaving was the worst thing for the team but the best thing for Jay. Totally. He should, like, move to a different state now, or go into the witness protection program or something. The Blue boys do some intense weight lifting that would break both of my knees. They are all reminded of how far they've come in a month. Dan starts crying as he reminisces how he couldn't do a squat when he first came to the house. He's very proud that he can squat now. Dan is going to be the subject of a new Lifetime docu-drama called Not Without My Squatter. Starring Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Dan. Brittany, meanwhile, tells Bernie that the entire Black Team would like to know what his Biggest Loser of the Week prize is. He tells them that he chose game play, and that he gets to grant immunity to one other contestant. He says that he'll probably give it to Brittany. Kelly doesn't know that that's the smartest way of playing that card. Bernie notes that he's thinking that another way of using it is to give it to Jay on the Blue Team, since Dan and Roger are the biggest threats. This plan is of course contingent on the Black Team winning the weigh-in. Brittany tells Bernie that it's his prize, so he should use it however he sees fit. He has some tough choices ahead.