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The Biggest Loser 13, Episode 12: Kim vs. the FudglingsPage 4
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Megan throws one on Jeremy while Jeremy puts one on Kimmy. He calls this the longest hill ever. We see everyone getting leis and Megan puts one on Jeremy. Conda says she now has a reason to go after Megan. Kim isn't surprised that Conda has none, because Conda gets along with everyone. Wait, what?
Jeremy, Mark, and Conda eliminate Megan. Conda says she, Jeremy, Mark, and Buddy are close so it's no wonder they'd help each other. Some call it an alliance; she calls it a friendship. I call it an alliance. Now Kimmy, Conda, Megan, and Mark are the only ones left. Conda has no leis, Kimmy has six, Jeremy has two, and Mark has one. Kimmy runs back up with one lei, trying to make it up before Jeremy. She says that twelve weeks ago she couldn't have run her way out of a paper bag and now she can make it up a hill. Bring it on.
Kimmy runs at top speed and makes it up with Jeremy. Jeremy says he won't put one on her if she doesn't put one on him. They agree and put both on Mark. Mark goes and puts one on Conda. Now everyone has a lei. Conda knocks Kimmy out of the competition and now it's down to Jeremy, Conda, and Mark. Jeremy asks Conda if she wants to win, and Conda of course says yes. Jeremy, I know she's your sister and all, but you can think about yourself dude. No one will fault you.
More running montage, Mark has seven, Jeremy five, and Conda three. Jeremy says he doesn't know why he lets his sister win things and Alison admits she doesn't know either. Conda puts her ninth lei on Mark, while Mark runs back up to put it on Jeremy. Jeremy walks up with a lei, but puts it on Conda. Jeremy says with Kimmy gone, he needs to use Mark. He wants Mark to do some groundwork for him. Mark says Conda and Jeremy are terrible people and says America is right. Jeremy puts another on Conda's and Mark puts it on Jeremy.
Conda walks up with a lei, asking if Mark is going to put Jeremy out. I expect Conda to put Mark out. Conda instead puts the ninth lei on Jeremy. Why? Mark also does not put Jeremy out, instead putting the eighth lei on Conda. Jeremy hikes up the hill again and says that Mark has done enough work for them. Jeremy finally eliminates Mark while Conda eliminates Jeremy. Ugh, so Conda is immune.
Jeremy says he wanted Conda to win immunity, everything he wanted to happen happened. Alison asked why Jeremy wanted Conda to win and Conda protests. She says that she worked for this. Mark points out that this is the second challenge Conda has been given that Jeremy won. Jeremy says while Conda is on the beach tanning, he will be working out. He thinks if more brothers were like him, the world would be a better place.
Alison turns her attention to Kimmy and the death lei. She says Kimmy had a lot of power, why waste it on Kim? Kimmy says she just "got it done with." Jeremy cuts the crap and says Kimmy did it because she doesn't like Kim. Kim says it doesn't surprise her because she's a threat. Kim says just admit why you did it, don't dance around the issue. The group leaves the challenge. Conda says she isn't going to relax just because she has immunity, but she won’t kill herself either.
Back to the beach. Everyone is lounging around. We see Kim sitting alone. Mark says that in these last few weeks, Kim has pulled more and more inside; he says she feels alone. He doesn't want anyone, even Kim, to feel like that.
Mark sits down beside Kim and says something she said at the challenge really bothered him. Kim does feel alone, she's a target all the time and she's okay with that. She'll fight harder. Mark says that he wants Kim to know that he recognizes her as a competitor and they've busted their butts, so she doesn't deserve to go home. He says the others are playing the game, don't care about the numbers, and are into that drama crap he hates. Mark says he won't vote for Kim.
Kim is most ticked off by the fact she could go out before people who skated through this game, which Mark agrees with. Kim says Mark is the other person fighting hard for this and it's nice to be on the same page with someone. She says she's glad that someone else has noticed the others are being lazy (shot of Conda) and are relying on relationships (Megan and Kimmy) to keep them in the game.
The two decide to go paddle boarding. Mark says that from the beginning of this game, Kim has been alone. For him to be able to go to her and tell her she has a friend, it could be some much-needed extra motivation. Kim says the Weigh-In is tomorrow and she's seen the others not working that hard. Maybe it'll work out.
Cut to our Weigh-In at Pearl Harbor. Megan says it's amazing, while Kimmy has trouble focusing on the Weigh-In because she's so overwhelmed by where she is. Mark says vacation isn't just about being lazy, he's proud about what he's done here. Bob tells us people go on vacation and gain weight. This week they're putting that to the test.
Alison welcomes them and says Pearl Harbor is considered one of the most sacred places to the U.S. military. Behind them is the memorial to the USS Arizona (which, by sheer coincidence, I'm reading about) and beside them is the USS Missouri, the last U.S. battleship ever built. Buddy says it's a very cool moment for him since his grandfather was a fighter pilot in WWII. This is where the war-ending pact was signed. Alison reminds them why they're here and says that since Conda won immunity, she'll go first.
Conda says all she has to do is not gain weight, she's not worried. Conda was at 221 and ends up at 217 for a loss of four. Conda says it was tough to lose. Why? Vacation or not, you've got access to a trainer. Anyway, Conda's percent was 1.81%, but she's immune.
Next is Chris. She says she used to look at working out as a chore, but now she thinks of things like surfing. Working out can be fun. Chris was at 177 pounds and drops to 174 for a loss of three. With her extra pound, she's at 2.26% weight loss.
Mark goes up third. He says it's been unique, Hawaii has been beautiful and he's in a weird place. He's at 204, if he loses five pounds he'll be at 199. He hasn't been below 200 pounds as an adult. Alison mentions the milestone and asks if it's something Mark is looking foreword to. He says it is and he wants it in Hawaii. Mark drops from 204 to 200. He winces and says it's like it's right there but he can't get it. Dolvett says it's still a great number. Mark has lost a total of 91 pounds and tonight is at 1.96%.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next-->
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