The Biggest Loser Season 14 Episode 8 “Be Yourself” RECAP 2/18/13

The Biggest Loser Season 14 Episode 8 “Be Yourself” RECAP 2/18/13The Biggest Loser returns to NBC tonight with a whole new episode called, “Be Yourself.” Last week’s show was halfway through the competition, and the surviving eight players went to singles competition.

The contestants faced their first temptation in honor of Valentine’s Day, featuring favorite Valentine’s Day treats and the promise of the winner getting a weigh-in-advantage for themselves and a friend.

The trainers continued to motivate the child participants to stay active and work toward their goals at home. Jillian Michaels arranged for Sunny to take a Bollywood dance class, Dolvett motivates Lindsay to attend a cheerleading practice, and Bingo anxiously waited for news from the doctor about whether he’ll be able to begin practicing for the youth baseball league tryouts that Bob set up for him. Did you watch last week’s show? We did and recapped it here for you?

On tonight’s show players are informed that they’ll have the chance to win immunity for all this week if they lost a collective 70 pounds. They have a chance to lose 10 pounds off their total with the help of returning kid participants Bingo, Lindsay and Sunny, whose brains and brawn are tested in a pop challenge.

With emotions and tensions at an all-time peak, this week’s theme of “working together” might be a tougher challenge than losing the amount of weight that will keep them all safe for another week.

The Biggest Loser season 14 episode 8 airs at 8PM on NBC, so make sure you come back to this spot for the recap.


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