After a commercial break, we see a montage of temptation challenges. Including the one where they had to eat donuts in the dark! That was pretty hilarious. Ah, and remember how Tara once at 3,900 calories? Madness. Dolvett says that he doesn't like temptation challenges, because they're trying to wean people away from bad habits and not send them into a shame spiral just to get a one-pound advantage. I don't like them either! Dolvett and I have so much in common.
Next, we catch up with another familiar figure -- Danny, the winner of season 8. He looks good, and is very busy traveling here and there and motivating people and paying it forward. Though it's tough to manage and maintain his whirlwind life, Danny's family keeps him on the ground. He actually gives us his stats -- 430 pounds when he started, 191 when he won, and 215 pounds currently. He's happy with that weight. We see a day in the life of Danny. He rides bikes! He trains for his third marathon! He walks his kids to the bus stops! He goes to the airport! And en route to the airport, I shit you not, he stops at Subway. Fuck this show, seriously. I am so mad that I'm not even going tell you about Aida Mollenkrapper's dairy-free crustless pumpkin custard, other than it has a million nuts on the top and would kill me dead.
Hannah comes out next, also looking great and still blonde. She wears a bondage dress as well. Are these sisters trying to tell us something? Sami asks what Thanksgiving is like in Hannah and Olivia's family, and she talks about what huge cooks they are. Thanksgiving has traditionally been about the food for them, but this year it's about giving thanks for where they are in their lives. Apparently when Hannah first came home, things were tough. She and Olivia come from a long line of obesity, and at one point she had to sit down and have a heart to heart with her dad. She got angry, because she wanted the rest of her family to get a taste of what she and Olivia had experienced. At some point they acquiesced, because their dad and sister have each lost 90 pounds, and their mom lost 60! Good times all around. They probably made that mashed cauliflower stuff for Thanksgiving.
Hannah and a bunch of former contestants, including Olivia and Frado, teamed up for a crazy event called the Spartan Race, which involves running through mud and fire, climbing up ropes, and pushing each other over slimy walls. They're doing the race as a benefit for Sam. Oh, poor Sam. The race looks horrible and messy, so they must really love him. Everyone has a hard time getting up the slime wall, but they don't quit! They finish as a team. Frado tells us that Biggest Loser saved his life, and that this is all real and not just a TV show. It's life, and he's thankful to have his back. Sami tells us that everyone at Biggest Loser is doing what they can to help Sam. We all can help too by going to nbc.com.