Meanwhile, Unknown Dude Trainer says that they have to beat The Knowns this week and show that The Unknowns are here to stay. Rulon says that it's just like the Olympics. Pink Team mom Denise tells us that her dad used to call her Dumb Deni when she was a kid. She boxes the hell out of her dad's ghost, and says that she's not Dumb Deni after all. She's smart, and has a mean left hook to boot. I have to say that so far the stories of tragedy this season are just not rating.
Jillian, meanwhile, continues to work on Jennifer. Jennifer says that this place is a nightmare, and Jillian says that's true, and it's because it brings you face to face with every crappy feeling you've ever had, and all of your insecurities. To wit: Dumb Deni. Jennifer feels it. Jillian asks what's going on, and Jennifer says that even though she's there with her dad, she's there for herself. She constantly feels the burden that her dad's overweight, and she wants to help him and make things easier for him. She starts crying and says that she's so sick of going back and forth. She'd feel awful if she got skinny and he didn't, and that's why she's not losing weight. Jillian then has Jennifer box her dad and try to kill him. That's one way of dealing with it. Jennifer beats on her dad for a while, and then starts bawling. She says that she needs to know that her dad is going to do this on his own, and that he'll let her get healthy for herself, too. She and her dad hash it out, and he starts bawling. He's proud of Jennifer because she's so strong, and says that it doesn't hurt him and he loves her. This and Dumb Deni is the most drama they can give us? Come on, show.
It's dark, and The Knowns are heading back to the gym to put in some extra workout time and bolster their chances of beating The Unknowns. They find a present there -- it's a treat from The Unknowns. A real treat -- DONUTS. Arthur, who relishes being a bit of a cliché, loves him some donuts. He says that two dozen donuts in front of a bunch of fat people is like Bambi sitting in front of a pride of lions. His dad, Jesse, cracks up. The Knowns take the donuts outside and step on them. Dan/Don say that, especially being fat cops, they know the gamut of donut jokes and think that The Unknowns could have been more imaginative. True, though sometimes you just have to revisit the classics. Meanwhile, Arthur totally takes a smashed donut out of its box and sniffs it. He decides he's going to haul the boxes down to the garbage, sniffing all the way down. The Fat Angel on his shoulder tells him to eat it, and the Biggest Loser Angel, who looks a lot like Bob I'm guessing, tells him not to. Arthur throws a bunch in the dumpster, and then actually contemplates eating a cruller that has fallen on the ground. By the dumpster. Thank goodness he doesn't. He gets very spiritual and says, "One day, we shall overcome the urge for the donuts!" Just in time for MLK day, this inspirational message comes to you from NBC.