"We Need A Bigger Well Of Fug To Pull From"
WC: Not only that, but practise in heels in the worst conditions. Practise in sand, practise on Astroturf, practise on a shaky bridge.
H: Once there was a fake rainstorm, so the runway was wet.
J: This year, we heard they were going to be walking on ice, and we were like, "NO!"
H: They built an igloo.
J: So they weren't walking on ice.
H: But it was cold, and the floor was really slick, and the walls were slowly starting to melt, so I was thinking, "They're still in danger!"
J: Like Top Model!
WC: They probably just keep doing that so Tyra can keep saying, "You never know." Because most of the time, you know. You're just going to be on a runway. Still, I love Tyra, and I don't know why she gets so much crap about her weight.
H: For all the coverage she gets about her weight, her fluctuations are actually not that extreme.
WC: Oprah's are much greater -- and when she went down the most recent time, she also lost it really fast. And she's all, "I changed my diet! Bob Greene!" There's only so much Bob Greene can do, and you weren't on The Biggest Loser.
H: He's no Jillian.
WC: I love that show!
J: We all love that show.
H: We have this discussion among our group of friends: who would you want as your trainer?
WC: I've had that discussion with my parents, too!
H: I love Bob. Like, I love Bob -- I want to know Bob. But I want Jillian as my trainer, because I need her to kick my ass.
WC: My parents are addicted to the show too, so much that if I call them on a Tuesday night, they're like, "We gotta go, Biggest Loser's on." I'm like, "You have a DVR!" "WE DON'T CARE. BUH-BYE." My sister and my dad both said they'd go with Jillian, and I said Bob.
J: I like Bob!
WC: I love Bob.
H: It's not that I don't think he could train me well; for some reason, I feel like I need the tough love, so when she's happy with me, I know I've really done well. It's very dysfunctional of me.