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The Biggest Loser Preview: Contestants Visit Home Next Week

February 25, 2012 01:00 PM by Lisa Princ

Last week was the most dramatic week to date on NBC‘s The Biggest Loser, with the black team throwing the weigh in, in a successful attempt to send Daphne Dortch home. Will the insane drama continue next week? Read on for a preview and sneak peek video of next week’s episode!

The Biggest Loser is back Tuesday, and after all the insane drama lately, it has got to get better. Okay, no, it probably will not get better until Conda is gone. However, we can all hope that this is the week the wicked witch gets the boot! According to NBC’s preview, the players get emotional reunions as:

“This week, the 11 remaining players put what they’ve learned to the test when they all go home for 18 days and are given the chance to gain immunity by losing 5% of their body weight. They’ll also compete individually in a home rowing challenge that will earn the winner $10,000 when they are revealed at the weigh-in. While some contestants struggle with being back in their home environments, others prove they can stay on track, especially with the support of family and friends. Later, the contestants return to the ranch for grueling last chance workouts with trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince before the weigh-in reveals who lost enough to gain immunity. Then another player goes home in the most emotional elimination so far this season.”

In a preview video, it appears that Chris may have some sort of medical emergency. Just another reason for the immature players to send her home. Check out the preview video below for a sneak peek of this week’s episode:

Who do you think will go home this week? Could it be Conda? Yes, we would all love to see that blood sucker sent home, but my guess is that Chris is next, simply because she does not ‘play’ with the others. What do you think? I must admit, I love hearing from all of our Biggest Loser fans! Comment and share your thoughts with us below!

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3 Responses to “The Biggest Loser Preview: Contestants Visit Home Next Week”

  1. Dacia J. Says:
    February 25th, 2012 at 9:28 pm

    I think Conda is not the bitch everyone is judging her to be. I seen how she was when she was at home and losing the weight to keep her team ahead. She just has the unfortunate luck of being picked for the “villein” for this season. I don’t think Daphne and her brother helped their case the way they came all loud and obnoxious, and lying to their team right off! That can’t bode well for anyone, regardless. Then for Daphne to be lying to everyone saying it wasn’t her that ate 2000 or so calories? Seriously? When it dawned on her that her secret was out she should have come clean. Sje should have said “Ya?? So what? Get off me” She would have deflated all her teammates balloons and that would have been it, then Bob could have taken it from there. Then Daphne tells America she was working out every chance she got after she ate all of the chocolate, but yet she gained 2 lbs? Hmmm something wasn’t there either people! She could have easily lost those calories she ate at the last chance workout. So sorry folks, Daphne has nobody to blame, not even Conda but herself. Conda didn’t put a gun to her head telling her to eat all that chocolate!

  2. Wayne G. Says:
    February 26th, 2012 at 11:48 pm

    When will Condamn go home?!?! That viper is a backstabber from episode one when she had it out for that guy who called her whiny brother “tank” before the weigh in.

    She’s controlled everyone in that group since the beginning. She’s an inspiration for whiners and bitches who need to know how to get their way when they don’t like reality.

    Can’t wait to see her gone.

  3. JD Says:
    February 27th, 2012 at 6:56 am

    I am sorry Dacia, the term, not revealed, secret means just that – and if it was in the spirit of which Allison stated then it should have been honored. We are all entitled to our opinions and I respectfully disagree about Conda and several people.
    There is a bullying epidemic in this country, and sadly, this show has shown the ugly side of bullying – whether edited or not, attempting to kick someone and then laughing about it, is sick and sad; Telling someone where to sit to eat, is bullying. This behavior did not start with the aqua team – it has been systematic and sadly, with this being aired doing primetime, when our children can see this, is appalling.

    I would like to remind you that even before the aqua team came back, Kim was on camera making very negative comments as was Conda – and that is a common practice. What I am reading is that you did not care for their personality and sadly, so what – did they not deserve a chance, or are you saying, the negative comments were justified before even knowing these folks. This show has been a set up for a set back in fair and equitable treatment and for children to see this on national tv is just sad. I have written to sponsors and production companies because I don’t want to see a child exhibit this behavior because NBC aired something as hate-filled as this and it is not a race issue, it is just a sad state of affairs – and having Conda’s mother ask, how was she acting, does give you an idea that this young woman is caustic – because we all have had something in our life that has hurt us deeply.


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