It is a new day at the Biggest Loser ranch. Bob and Jillian greet the teams, and are surprised to learn that Curtis and Mallory have been sent home. Paul is excited to be seeing them at all, and thus was worn his special yellow bandana tied around his head. He's like Bret Michaels, except with no wig! He for sure could not afford the extra weight a bandana-front weave would entail. Bob thinks this -- the fact that the Brown team is gone, not the bandana and eschewing of the wig -- means that the game is on. Curtis and Mallory could have gone all the way, and the other teams knew it. Jillian tells us that this whole "working together with Bob thing" means she can't just give less than two shits when one of Bob's charges go home. Thus, she's happy to see Paul and Kelly, but equally unhappy that Curtis and Mallory are gone. In romance news, Jenn tells us that Paul totally wants to ride the Kelly love train back to happiness, but Kelly is having none of it. Even though she doesn't want to have sex with him, I think it's very noble that she at least doesn't want him to die. Not all exes could say that. Jillian thinks it's very convenient for the other teams to say that they booted Curtis and Mallory because they can do it at home. She agrees with Bob: game on. Jackie confirms that Team Orange is definitely cognizant of the game aspect, and she knows that the Black Team, Mark and Jay, are too.
Alison meets up with Dan and Jackie, who won the weigh-in two weeks in a row. For being the biggest losers of the week, they get a prize. However, they have to earn it by hiking to the top of a large hill. Oh, let them rest, they're practically shrinking away to nothing! At the top of the hill, they'll be greeted by three envelopes -- designated luxury, family, or game play -- and will have to choose one. Let's hope they don't trade their choice for what's behind curtain number three -- doubtless a giant rocking chair and a year's supply of Hormel canned chili. As they hike, they debate what to choose. Jackie is hoping that choosing game play will give them pounds off at the weigh-in, particularly since she's worried about plateauing. For his part, Dan is looking hard at the luxury envelope. He interviews, "I'm the kind of guy who's just really into luxury. It's my sort of thing." They are the greatest, and I think Dan and I are totally meant to be boyfriend-girlfriend. In the end, Dan gives Jackie the final choice so he can blame it on her if it sucks. She goes with game play. For their prize, they win two votes at the next elimination. They agree that it's a good prize IF a strong competitor falls below the yellow line. They missed out on a visit from a family member of their choice and a week of massages, but after a few tears on Jackie's part, they seem okay with that. Dan and Jackie head back to the gym with their newfound power, and make the other teams nervous.