The Biggest Loser – Challenges Need To Be Completed In The Episode Not Over Two
How well timed to have a ferry race on The Biggest Loser race screen on Australia Day, in real life there was a result for today’s race on Sydney Harbour but viewers of the show will have to wait until Monday to see who won. Very frustrating.
Some quick thoughts on tonight’s episode:
- It was interesting how Commando took no responsibility for Alex’s ruptured achilles tendon which had him on bed rest. Commando said his injury occurred because of years of neglect, poor diet and lack of physical activity. No mention that maybe he had been over-trained too fast…
- Over the last two episodes the viewer had to watch for ten minutes scenes on whether a contestant would take on the immunity challenge, no one did. Why bother showing it?
- I wonder how Brenda’s ex-fiancee is feeling about her saying she has lost the love of her life,
- How many times did they have to tell us that the ferry was 110 tons – it was entrenched in our memories after the third time;
- Commando got to row for his team because of Alex’s injury, however they did have the liability of having to tug him as well.
- Tiffiny was getting cranky about her team not being able to get their oars moving together. But wasn’t that her responsibility as she was the one who was the cox-man. Michelle Bridges was yelling out the stroke and her team of over 30 year old women were leading at one point.
- Hamish the 20 year old appears to struggling with snacking and not working out hard enough;
- Looking at the previews for next week, none of the trainers are ever going to win a best actor Oscar.
Best line of the night was from James when he said “If I thought the first training session was bad the second one was armageddon”