So, here's how it goes. The team who has the greatest percentage of weight loss wins. The losing team goes to the elimination room and has to vote out one of their own. The member of the winning team who has the highest percentage of weight loss will be the Biggest Loser player of the week and will be rewarded handsomely. The member of the losing team with the highest percentage of weight will have immunity at tonight's weigh-in. So many rules! It's really hard to keep it straight on this show sometimes.
The Blue Team weighs in, with Jay going first. His left man boob looks a little rashy. He goes from 258 to 253, for a loss of 5. Interesting. Might have tried some boxing, big boy. Mark is next. He goes from 235 to 230, also for a loss of 5. Maggie gets a glimmer of hope for the fate of the Black Team. Trent is next. He goes from 375 to 366, for a loss of 9. That's big numbers. Bob thinks that Trent is the one to watch. He's already lost 70 pounds, and is going to hit the 100 mark way before Neil from Season 4 did. He seems like a great guy, too. Roger smiles, and I think he's missing the same meth tooth as Amy Winehouse. Speaking of Roger, he's next. He goes from 319 to 309, for a loss of 10. He's really excited. The Yellows should have taken these guys out when they had a chance. Jackie is next to weigh-in. Oh! And she water-loaded last week, so she should have a big loss. She goes from 214 to 206, for a loss of 8. She's very happy, and notes that she's not the weakest link. Dan is last to weigh in for the Blue Team. He's gunning for 14 pounds, which would be 60 pounds lost total. He goes from 264 to 251, for a loss of 13. Of course, he also water-loaded, but attributes his loss to pushing hard. The Blue Team lost 50 pounds total, which is a total percentage of 3.0%.
Meanwhile, John McCain takes Florida. I suppose Bob wants him on the Blue Team, too. Personally, I'd go for Romney, as he can lose at least three pounds in hair grease and eyebrows. Meanwhile, you guys, I don't mean to sound dumb, but I was kind of surprised to learn that John McCain is, like, old. I'm not trying to be discriminatory. I'm just saying that my dental hygienist seems to be about 71, and she pokes me in the gums A LOT.
The Black Team needs to have lost more than 41 pounds to win. Jenn is up first. She goes from 229 to 223, for a loss of 6. She's really happy. Kelly is proud of her, and says that she worked very hard. The Blue Team starts to squirm. Maggie is next, and goes from 218 to 211, for a loss of 7. She's pretty excited too, and also conveniently forgets that she water-loaded last week. Bernie who, you might recall, has something to prove, is next. He goes from 241 to 236, for a loss of 5. It's pretty disappointing. He doesn't feel like he pulled his weight, so to speak. The three remaining members of the Black team need to lose 23 pounds. Brittany is next, and is hoping for a large number. She goes from 201 to 199, for a loss of 2. Oooh, that hurts. She can't even be happy about being under 200. Paul and Kelly need to lose 21 pounds total, which seems pretty impossible. Kelly is afraid that they're going to let their team down. As she steps up on the scale, Paul mouths, "I love you." Kelly's lips do not move in return. Oh, Paul.