With this we are privy to our first blooper reel! Hannah is in the gym and Bob gives her flak for not being hard enough on people. He suggests that she jump on John's back while he walks, and when it works Hannah feels extra light and breezy. Antone and Vinny sit like gargoyles and don't move for 33 minutes! Finally Becky pushes them over. Neither of them has won a two-pound advantage at the end. Then, because there are times when the contestants can't speak at weigh-ins because of something having to do with the mics, they do something called "silent dance." Bonnie leads the first silent dance party (or as I like to call it, "Silent Dance Party USA"), then John does one, then Antone does the Macarena. Jesse critiques the robot form of the season 12 contestants.
Then it's time for another Thanksgiving tip from the skinny lady. Just cook a turkey breast instead of the whole bird. Take of the skin, then rub it down with some splices and whatnot. She throws some pears and onions in, and generally pretends as if stuffing doesn't exist. STUFFING EXISTS! You can't erase it from our collective consciousness! Occupy bird cavity!
We then get a little spot with Jerry and Estella, our favorite old folks! Sorry, Bonnie, but it's true. Remember how Jerry almost died, then went home and got really skinny? He and Estella are still fit as skeletons! They're very active in various organizations and their community. Both are 66 years old, and say that if they can do it, so can we. Sami reminds us that losing weight is possible for everyone, but it's not easy. Sunny of course knows that, because she got to go home to Texas for a week with Bob in tow. Remember how John had a nervous breakdown about it? That's, like, every week, I know. Sami and Bob talk for a while about how sexually attractive he was in a cowboy hat.
Then it's time for an update on O'Neal, who was on the show a short time ago with his daughter, Sunshine. He's dressed like a Blues Brother, and is still kind of a big guy. Bob loves O'Neal, and says that he's one of the most special people ever to come into the Biggest Loser house. Back when we first saw him he was so broken that he had to have his wife tie his shoes. Bob was not about to stand for that. They connected, in part because O'Neal connects with everyone. He has started a fitness resort in Houston, runs a non-profit and is also involved in his community. He says that not everyone can come on the ranch, but everyone deserves the same happiness that he had there.