Biggest Loser 13 Episode 7: Getting to the Root of Conda’s Attitude and a Dolvett Montage


We like to think he's this happy because he's turned Conda around for the better!

*SPOILER ALERT* This Biggest Loser 13 recap reveals details from last night’s episode. So if you don’t want to know the dramatic details and who was voted off of Biggest Loser 2012, click away, my friend, click away!

I could start off this Biggest Loser recap complaining about the drama and Conda, but I think I’ve done that enough already this season, right? It’s old news. So this week, let’s focus on the other stuff that happened—the stuff that makes me want to turn on the TV every Tuesday night…

First, I know a lot of people on Twitter were freaked out by the challenge—and granted it ranked high on the claustrophobic charts—but I thought it was pretty cool. Digging down in the sand and then getting your body under a log is a big feat, and it took serious team work. I’m always a sucker for team work. Surprisingly, the red team rocked the challenge.

Then, we learned that one person from each team would be going home with their trainer, leaving the rest of their teammates to fend for themselves in the gym. And the cool part? The trainers got to choose. So Dolvett went home with Conda, and Bob went home with Daphne—who was fueled by some serious and rightly justified anger for her brother going home last week. While the black team put in lackluster workouts at the ranch, the red team seemed to push themselves darn well on their own. And Conda and Daphne? Well, it was interesting to see them at home and in their respective elements. Daphne opened up about her health issues and worries, and I think Dolvett actually had a break through with Conda. Although, like, we’ll have to see, like, if it sticks. Like, okay. (If you get the “like” reference, you were watching last night.) Here’s hoping though! Oh, and Dolvett babysitting Conda’s daughter? TOO CUTE.

At the weigh-in, Daphne took Conda (to which the crowd roared!), and the red team went to the elimination room. And then they voted off Santa, for reasons I cannot explain. Thankfully, Santa is quite healthy these days, playing with the youngsters in “North Country.” Despite the stupid vote-off, it was nice to see Roy looking that healthy and happy. (And he even ho, ho, ho-ed. Really.)

Enough about last night’s episode though. I stumbled upon this gem on NBC’s website, and, well, just watch. It’s delicious.

Can’t see the video? Click here to see the Dolvett montage.

Fantastic, right? Gotta love Dolvett. (And don’t worry, Bob. We still adore you!) What did you think of last night’s The Biggest Loser? Confused by who they voted off? Hope Conda stops the ‘tude? Want more Dolvett montages? Share! —Jenn

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  1. Melissa says:

    I’m not surprised that Roy went home. He was the voice of reason on the unreasonable team. Glad to see he was doing well at home. Did you see the promo for next week? Looks like Conda is on Bob’s team. I hope he doesn’t put up with her crap.

  2. Doris Litman says:

    I’m like, not surprised that, like Roy went home.

    OK seriously, Daphne is my hero! I think I finally found someone I’d like to win! She has heart, and she showed kindness when she said it didn’t feel good to see Conda cry. So even though we all love to hate Conda, and Daphne had reason to dislike & be angry with her, she was able to put that aside after winning the weigh in. Daphne is a reason for me to continue tuning in…

  3. Maya says:

    Thank you for that most delicious eye candy…sigh Dolvett is such a cutie pie and that smile

  4. godiva says:

    Daphane is no longer on. I will no longer be watching. The Anaconda continues to be a snake and gossiping backstabbing immature brat. get rid of her. This type of snake the Anaconda is sneaky and dangerous.

  5. PJ says:

    I am so sick of that Conda myself. Horrified at her attitude and then her saying she is a “role model” for her daughter!!! Sickening. What a nasty, manipulative person. And everyone went along with her and threw the weigh in. And Bob didn’t go off on them. Ridiculous. Ruins the whole show, what happened to it being about helping people overcome their issues and make better lives. This is what you expect on Jerry Springer or some such show.