The contestants get hooked up to their specialty cars, and even Tara is getting nervous. Sami waves the flag, and we're off! But not before seeing Susan Sarandon shilling milk. Really? Between this and the ping pong thing and boning Lutz, I think she's gone a bit mad since splitting with Tim Robbins. In any case, the contestants begin their pulling. Apparently, the cars are very heavy. Rulon takes off at a fast clip, with Tara trailing him. Kaylee is just happy that she's now strong enough to pull a car any distance. Austin starts jogging, and gains on Tara. Tara then picks up the pace and gives it her all. This includes a relative sprint. Rulon sees her coming up, and decides to dig in a little bit deeper. The two wind up with a photo finish -- they literally have to go to the tape to see who crossed the finish line first. And it's Tara! By inches, but she's still officially the winner. The ladies have an attack of Girl Power and are psyched that someone with two x chromosomes has beaten Rulon. Is it really fair that Tara gets to compete in a challenge for a whole different season, though? It just seems so odd that she gets a prize for this. She's happy enough with the result, and says that she gets $5,000 for her Foundation, a Nascar VIP experience, and the cover of a Wheaties box. She holds up the Wheaties box with her likeness. How does she have that already? Was this just a giant setup?
With that, it's already time for the last chance workout! I love one-hour episodes. Bob hasn't even seen the contestants since getting back from New Zealand, so he's prepared to make this workout count. Hannah tells us that she and Olivia are gunning to be the first all-female team in Biggest Loser history to make it to the final four. Austin, meanwhile, notes that all along he's been holding himself to his dad's standards, and now that his dad is gone he's at a bit of a loss. He's trying to move toward the right choices on a daily basis.