- October 18|
Biggest Loser Week 5 is upon us and the blue team is hurting bad. Lets even
things up a bit. Close the gym! Now red and blue are hurting as they realize
they are going to have to find a way to exercise without the equipment.
Calisthenics. That is the word of the day for the blue team as they are out on
the yard burning their calories. Amy is the only remaining blue woman and Bob is
pushing her to play like a man. She is responding. She realizes that another
loss may mean her doom so she is pushing it.
Red is inside and working the stairs and reaping the rewards. After their
workouts, they realize they have shrunk quite a bit. Heck, Pam for the first
time ever actually fit into a large with no X in the front. She is thrilled and
Kai is thrilled for her.
Erik is struggling on blue. Bob is there to give him a pep talk, but being the
biggest guy in the house, Erik isnt sure if he can win. He isnt going to give
up but his replies to Bob were not that convincing. What was convincing however
was Eriks drive as he ran up the hill from the gate.
Its becoming a theme that the losers are finally believing that they can do
this themselves. That is the goal after all. Teaching people that they can
achieve a healthy lifestyle. The other goal, $250,000.
Welcome to the LA coliseum. The challenge: running the stadium steps and
completing 510 waves, as in stadium waves. The will sit, wave, move to the next
set of seats and wave again. The prize: $2,500 in starter athletic apparel.
Its amazing how much standing up and sitting down can tire you. At the half way
point, red is up by about 40 waves.
Blue is tiring, but Ken on red is really slacking. With 130 waves to go, blue
has now pulled within 6 waves.
Ken is tired, but scarier yet, Ken quits. The rest of the red team finishes, but
Blue wins anyway, in reality and by default.
Blue having now broken their 0-4 losing streak can go home proud. And Eat. Blue
and Red both met The Biggest Loser Cookbook author Devin Alexander and learned
how to make healthy sausage pizzas and low fat burgers with 96% lean beef. The
losers love the food, but cant eat too much heading into
Last chance workout!
Kims got Red running and Bob has blue clearing out the living room furniture.
Who will win? Lets find out.
Red Total weight loss: 26 pounds or 2.14%
Blue must lose more than 30 pounds to win the weigh in
Total Blue Weight Loss: 27 pounds or 1.95%
It hurts, but Brian is safe as the biggest loser and has immunity.
Blue is headed to the elimination room, but first some conspiring. Amy and Bobby
are plotting to get rid of Marty for fear that he may take the whole game. Will
it work? Lets see the votes.
Marty votes for Erik based on sheer percentage of weight loss
Amy is worried about getting out of the elimination room and votes for Erik
ahh, a little bit of a twist.
Erik fires back and votes for Amy
Bobby admits to finally playing the game and he has voted for Amy
Amy is shocked and rightfully so feeling backstabbed.
Brian has the last vote, will he send Amy or Erik home? Its Amy
With three votes Amy is gone but the game moves on. Will the blue team return to
the elimination room for a third straight time? Check in to find out.
Hows Amy doing at home? After losing 41 pounds at the ranch, Amy has now lost
another 47 pounds. She runs, she kayaks, and she does triathlons! Guys, big
mistake voting her off.
The battle of the bulge takes a high-tech turn as 50 people from
50 states with one thing in common... girth... compete to see
who can shed the most ounces.
Recaps by Eric Pierce, GSNN
Host: Caroline Rhea
Trainers: Bob Harper, Kim Lyons
Creators: Ben Silverman, David Broome, Mark Koops
EP: Ben Silverman, David Broome, JD Roth, John Foy,
Todd A. Nelson
Packager: Reveille Productions, 25/7 Productions, 3
Airs: Wednesdays at 8pm ET on NBC
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