The Biggest Loser Episodes

2004, TV Show

The Biggest Loser Episode: "The Biggest Loser"

Season 4, Episode 10
Episode Synopsis: The players begin to compete as individuals rather than teams. In other events, the contestants are tempted by doughnuts; and a triathlon challenge allows a player to go home for a day.
Original Air Date: Nov 13, 2007

Episode 10 Recap Season 4, Episode 10

If the Grand Canyon were actually covered in peanut butter, I have a feeling a whole lot more people would be hiking to the bottom. I know that sounded really random, but if you pay attention to the trivia before the commercial breaks about 700 million pounds of peanut butter, you'll get it. I must say the trivia questions are a good way to keep me distracted by the insane number of commercials in these really long two-hour Biggest Loser episodes. Anyway, so we all knew this day was coming and that Amy's luck had to run out eventually. I'm really surprised she managed to make it this far because she was always the one who I never believed really wanted to be there. It should be interesting to see if they show next week how Kim reacts to Amy's elimination. Well first, of course, she'll be ecstatic that Bryan survived another week and that she still has a job! That showdown between Kim and Amy tonight was pretty catty - on both sides. At first I thought it was a bit out of character for Neil to do the right thing and encourage the Black Team girls to keep Bryan and say he was the more deserving one. But then it was obvious he was just trying to keep a guy around so he'd be able to knock out all the girls eventually. And it was pretty amusing when he told them Amy has stabbed each one of them in the back. Can we say "pot calling the kettle black" much? He just can't be trusted. A few congratulations are in order for some of the contestants tonight: Bill for both reaching a 100-pound weight loss and for winning the $5,000 temptation challenge, Hollie who rocked the swim part of the triathlon and pulled off the win, and Kae for never giving in to any temptation challenge. (And an anti-congratulations once again to the show for an unnecessary waste of food.) Of course, Kae also deserves recognition for dominating the bicycling and running part of the triathlon, too. She continues to amaze me week after week and I would love to see her win the whole thing as the Biggest Loser. I was so happy for Hollie and Julie getting a 24-hour period at home, but it was tough seeing them both lose zero pounds. It was very motivational to see that Julie's husband was also losing weight at home and that Hollie was able to get her overweight friend to work out. I can't wait to see the makeovers next week! Until then, check out our Online Video Guide. show less
If the Grand Canyon were actually covered in peanut butter, I have a feeling a whole lot more people would be hiking to the bottom. I know that sounded really random, but if you pay attention to the trivia before the commercial breaks about 700 million pounds of peanut butter, you'll get it. I must say the trivia questions are a good way to keep me distracted by the insane number of commercials in these really long two-hour Biggest Loser episodes.Anyway, so we all knew this day was coming and that Amy's luck had to run out eventually. I'm really surprised she managed to make it this far because she was always the one who I never believed really wanted to be there. It should be interesting to see if they show next week how Kim reacts to Amy's elimination. Well first, of course, she'll be ecstatic that Bryan survived another week and that she still has a job! That showdown between Kim and Amy tonight was pretty catty — on both sides. At first I thought it was a bit out of charact... read more

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Premiered: October 19, 2004, on NBC
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Premise: Popular reality fare about overweight people competing to drop pounds. Divided initially into teams, the contestants are aided (and bullied) by trainers and must participate in physical reward challenges. At the end of each episode, there's a weigh-in that helps determine who is sent packing.

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