The Biggest Loser 2013: Season 14 Episode 2 Live Recap 01/07/13

The Biggest Loser 2013: Season 14 Episode 2 Live Recap 01/07/13Tonight the second part of the two part premiere of The Biggest Loser airs. On last night’s show the white team lost the weigh-in, there was a red line and the person with the lowest percentage of weight loss was sent home be going home. The person who headed home in week 1 was TC. This was unbelievable, this guy deserved to be there and this was all Nikki’s fault. TC felt really great about himself, like he had a breakthrough and didn’t think he deserved to go home.

Jillian gave TC a pep talk, then it was hugs for everyone and he was gone home. The good news, we got to see glimpse of TC and he lost another 41 pounds at home on his own. Did you watch last night’s part one of the premiere show? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On tonight’s show the contestants are encouraged to “Get Moving,” and find themselves pushed to new limits when they are introduced to the new outdoor gyms that each trainer has custom designed. The stakes are high, with another red line looming for whoever loses the least amount of weight, and the dreaded “week 2 curse” that has instilled fear in all the contestants.

Dr. H visits the ranch, giving the adult players an eye-opening wake-up call about just how unhealthy they really are, and one trainer has a heart-to-heart talk with their team to try and get them on track.

The Biggest Loser premiere part 2 airs at 8PM on NBC and we will be live blogging it with all the up-to-the-minute details. So make sure to come back to this spot and spend the evening with us!


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