We're past the second week curse now, which means whatever complication that comes up from now until the very end would solely be the fault of the contestant. So, Melissa, you don't have to worry about you getting an extra pound last week. Do the same tonight, and we'll have an argument of sorts. Also helped that you had immunity. Now that's supernatural lucky.
Anyway, tonight's The Biggest Loser: Couples
sees what Allison calls "student/teacher week". One contestant from each team will act as the teacher, and the other, as the student. Easy, really, until you realize this brings us to our very first temptation of the season--that temptation will determine who'll take what role.
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And then there's the disadvantage of being a student: you don't get to train with Bob and Jillian. The teachers do, though, and their task is to teach whatever they've learned to their students. Well, at least it's your teammate. You get all of Jillian's workouts without the Jillian screams, except if the teacher picked up those screams, too. My eyes are on you, Cheryl.
Tonight's drama comes from a contestant who becomes the focus on Bob and Jillian's attentions. They try to figure out what's causing her pessimism, and she threatens to leave the ranch. Ooops, not a good idea. Maybe stick around for the weigh-in, when tensions escalate and a contestant is accused of game play. Uh-oh, here we go again. That, and a blindfolded challenge, on The Biggest Loser: Couples
, returning tonight from 8pm on NBC.(Image courtesy of NBC)