Dr. H. meets with Rulon next. He asks Rulon what it's like losing weight on a short-term basis for a wrestling meet, versus losing weight to save your life. Rulon says something about water and sweating and it not being good. He's gone from having a 62 inch waist to a 48 inch waist, which should make shopping for pants a little easier, at least. Rulon can see his physique coming back, and is excited for more weight to come off. He says that to have a healthy life for his family is his new gold medal.
Sami meets with the combined Blue Team for a pop challenge. They'll be split into teams of two, which will be comprised of one Black and one Red Team member. Their challenge is simply to cook the best dish they can in 30 minutes. To judge this challenge we have BL favorites Curtis Stone and Lorena Garcia. Hannah wants to make sweet love to Curtis on a bed of curly kale. Don't we all. Curtis says that the food that they're making has to taste fantastic and be fantastically healthy. Hannah is ready to put her good wifey cooking skills out there to impress Curtis. The dishes will be judged on originality, calories, and taste. The team who makes the best dish gets a prize. Sadly for Hannah, the prize is not Curtis. But it is the Biggest Loser meal plan for the entire time that they're home before the finale. This entails a full menu of healthy chef-made meals delivered to their door -- breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! I bet the snack isn't cookies, though.
The contestants pair up. Hannah goes with Ken, while Moses takes Olivia. Jennifer and Kaylee are paired, and are cooking a turkey taco tostada with chipotle yogurt sauce. Lorena seems impressed by their progress. Olivia and Moses make a baked cod with dill, lemon, garlic and roasted asparagus. It's quick, which is certainly a plus. Jennifer and Kaylee reveal their 350 calorie tostada to the judges. Lorena goes back for seconds and thirds, which Jennifer takes as a good sign. Lorena says that she liked it, and the flavors were there. Olivia and Moses's cod is 170 calories. Lorena says that it's delicious, but you can feel the intensity of the dill. Curtis agrees that the dill overpowered the dish slightly but all in all it was really good.