Sunny tells us that she and Bob are working out in the gym where, about a year ago, she joined an exercise class and had to deal with snickering 20-year-olds. Dear 20-year-olds: fuck off. Being so close the scene of the grime makes Sunny quite emotional, and she tells Bob about how embarrassed and humiliated she was at that time. She starts to feel self-conscious in the present moment, and Bob reminds her how far she's come, and how much support she has at home. This snaps Sunny out of it, and she gets back to her beating. Bob vows to ensure that people aren't laughing at Sunny -- they'll be in awe of her. Something clicks in Sunny, and she says she's really ready to make a change. And where does she do that? Subway. Why have a delicious pig in a donut hole blanket when you could get a giant Subway breakfast sandwich? And now I'm going to Google pig in a donut hole blanket recipes. How does that even work? Sometimes the people in Texas are geniuses.
Back on the Biggest Loser ranch, it's challenge time. Sami tells the contestants that across the country, people are fat and dejected. They face an intricate, complicated problem, much like the contestants will face an intricate, complicated problem in their challenge. Each contestant will have two glasses. Their job is to fill the glasses, race across the string-filled maze, and dump whatever liquid they have left into their team's cylinder. The first team to fill their cylinder to the line wins. Because the Blue Team has half the players of the other teams, their line is halfway down their cylinder. I don't know why they even bother, since there's no way they're going to win anyway. Facts is facts. Every member of the winning team gets to send one person to the Biggest Loser Resort at Fitness Ridge for two weeks. Who's the first person who will mention paying it forward? Sami notifies the contestants that they'll be filling their glasses with orange soda, which contains 17 teaspoons of sugar per 20 ounce serving. That's what makes it so delicious, duh. Sami gets very serious as she says that the average American drinks nearly 50 gallons of soda and sweetened drinks every year. Joe confesses that he used to drink 8-10 cans of soda a day, which even the other 300 pound people think is crazy. Sugar-filled soft drinks are certainly terrible, but please don't just switch to diet soda! I am uber convinced that that shit will kill you.