Talk about a playmate: The Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson is not only ready to walk down the aisle, but also start a family with her fiancé, NFL player Hank Basset.
"We always talk about [having kids]," Wilkinson tells People. "He wants kids so [badly], and I do, too."
The second half of this week's episode opens up with a pop quiz to test everyone's knowledge about health and aging. The editor-in-chief of Prevention magazine is on hand to ask the questions and deliver the answers. First up: If you switch from regular cola to diet, will it help you live longer? False. Both can double your risk of metabolic syndrome. Next question: Which will help you live longer, cutting calories or fat? Calories is the answer, leaving Blue with one point and Black with two. And the final question is, which exercise is believed to help you live longer, push-ups or squats? The answer is squats (hey, I got it right!). Black wins 3-1, earning an awesome vacation for each member of the team.
The gang heads to Miami for the weekend, but Allie can't join them. Why? She has a photo shoot with another guy for Nylon magazine that's "really sexy." She and Erin chat about it at the office, and Erin tells her '"a little flirting never hurt anybody." We all know Allie's boyfriend lives by that mantra. But rest assured, Allie isn't nervous about Adam living it up in South Beach all weekend because she trusts him. Rightttt
In the first half of a two-part episode, the teams are reorganized, leaving some players struggling to adjust to a new trainer.
It seems that just about every week now, the players are treated to a "pop challenge." This time around, the lovely — and obviously preggo — Ali tells the teams that from now on there are no more partners.
This week, viewers will be treated to two nights of the weight-loss reality show. But fear not, the episode will be split into two parts, meaning that the usual two hours of programming will be spread over the two nights.
The show will air on its normal day and time, Tuesday at 8pm/ET, but only for an hour due to the Presidential Address. The second part of the episode will continue on Wednesday at 8 pm/ET, replacing...
The Biggest Loser
The Biggest Loser is shifting its focus from couples to cities by visiting America's fattest locales.
Executive producer J.D. Roth told The Hollywood Reporter that the show plans to cast the new season with people who hail from the "Fattest Cities in America." While it's unclear how it will be decided which cities are the heaviest, Men's Fitness, for one, compiles a list each year.
"We're going to try to cast in those cities and add things into those cities to help them change their ways and to get off that list," he said.
The series, now in its seventh season, is also set to return to...
Shanon, The Biggest Loser
When Shanon Thomas called her mom for advice on how to cook an Easter ham, the 29-year-old never would've thought she'd end up on The Biggest Loser: Couples (Tuesdays at 8 pm/ET, NBC).
Just days into the start of the weight-loss series' seventh cycle, with her mom Helen as her partner, a twist sent Shanon packing only to return weeks later to compete again at the ranch. Her final exit came in Week 7 when, up for elimination against her mother, she again chose to go home and let Helen stay.
TVGuide.com spoke to the massage therapist about what changes she has since made at home, and why scrubbing floors makes a great workout.
What was supposed to be a two-week stay at Adam and Jay's apartment has turned into four months, and Allie is still living there. It's become an issue for Jay, who certainly didn't sign up for this, but poor Allie is "stranded" and has nowhere else to go. Similarly, Nevan is still crashing on Olivia's couch and she's ready to kick him to the curb. She tells him before leaving for work that he has to start looking for a job and an apartment, but by the time she comes home it's clear he's done neither. It's time for a different family member to take on the waste of space.