This episode brought the fun and made Jess and I crack up. Between Bob's "Where's Waldo" outfit and Buddy making it rain in the Zumba workout, we couldn't do anything but have fun. Exercise is everything but boring, and I know it's super hard to get started; but if you try things you've never done before and find something you like, it will become fun and a part of your life. As Bob was saying when he took his team on a bike ride, if you can find something you enjoy, it won't even feel like a workout.
I enjoyed this episode; I actually didn't want it to end. First off, I have to tell you about the challenge; the contestants had to load a truck full of Newman's Own dressing and sauce, and the winner would get a pound advantage and give a massive amount of grub to their local food bank. That was awesome. I love when the show helps out so many people! Mark had the strategy down and took a 10-box lead away from Kim to win, and then The BL I know and love was back! All the contestants banded together to finish their trucks and help out a lot more people.
Showing that exercise isn't boring, Dolvett took Kim, Jeremy, Buddy and Mark to Zumba. I had a ball watching these peeps get down. Did you see the smiles? They had a blast. See America, get off the couch and go hit up a class or two and get your burn on! After all the fun the crew had, they competed in a cooking challenge. The judges for this challenge turned out to be my buds from Season 12 - My dog Big Vinny Mac who was looking pretty fly for a country guy, LOL. Antone - you're looking good bro, but you know you're still ugly. :) I can't believe the show had Antone back before me. Dang, I can't ever beat that giant, but it's all good! I'm still convinced Becky is lying about her age... looking good as always!
Jeremy bit the big one with his Banana Surprise, but Conda was looking like a pro in the kitchen with the turkey chili - I am totally stealing that idea. Who knew that Kim's dish would come out looking and tasting that good after all her talk about her kitchen skills. I thought Conda had this one in the bag.
The show is way more entertaining without all the drama. Well, there was a little from Chris after Antone called her out on all the excuses. I totally agree with Tone, if you're willing to make excuses on one thing, it's easy to make them on everything. I think Chris does have some more to work on. But I know you can overcome anything - Chris, look how far you've come!
At the beginning of the week, Bob challenged Megan to film her workouts and show him what she's made of - but mostly show herself that she can do anything. At the weigh-in, Kim dropped a seven and was the Biggest Loser of the house. Mark surprisingly dropped a zero. He had the one-pound advantage to give him something, but it still put him under the yellow line with Megen. Yes I said Megan... Even after Bob's challenge, she fell below the yellow line. In elimination, it was pretty easy to see what was gonna happen. Although it was the last night on the ranch for Megan, I know she will do fine, and now she knows she is capable of anything she dreams up.
Jess and I have officially arrived in Buffalo, and in a few short months, The Biggest Loser Resort Niagara will be open and ready to help change lives. We can't wait! Look for Jess and me at the finale!!!
'Til next week -
Peace, Health and Aloha