Bob, meanwhile, decides to go Phillian on Becky and asks her why she's always been heavy. She says that she was always looking for acceptance from her dad, and when she didn't get it, she'd eat. Her dad sounds like a royal asshole, who, when Bonnie lost five pounds, would say, "Turn around, I found it." Bob wants to learn more about Becky, and takes her outside where they explore the fact that she turned to food to suppress difficult feelings. Bob wants Becky to shine a light on the little girl who just wanted to be loved by her father, and to think about what she'd say to that little girl. Becky would tell her younger self that she was a beautiful, smart little girl who had an enormous amount of potential and could do anything she wanted to do. She admits to us that she has low self-esteem, and gets emotional when she tries to give her inner child the acceptance that she always craved. Bob wants to help grown Becky as she helps inner child Becky, and is certain that she can win this battle. Bob really is the best faux-psychotherapist left on the show.
After a break, it's challenge time. The trainers get to partake in this one, which is a rarity. Sami explains that the contestants will whip up a dish using a bunch of available ingredients. And there are celebrity judges! The first is last season's biggest loser, Olivia. She tells the contestants that this is about changing their lives forever, and it's important to get your routines set once you're at home. Bob is impressed at how fab Olivia looks, and she says, "Body by Bob." I'm surprised he doesn't have a whole line of videos with that title. The other judge is author of every single Biggest Loser cookbook, Devin Alexander. The latest cookbook has a quick and easy focus, which is perhaps why the contestants are only going to get 30 minutes to prepare and cook a meal for the judges. The team with the best dish gets a Q&A session with Olivia, and their recipe published in The Biggest Loser Quick and Easy Cookbook. The winning team will also get a one-pound advantage for their person who weighs in for credit.