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The Biggest Loser 13, Episode 14: Makeover MadnessPage 3
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Bob and Dolvett leave as Chris's children enter. This amazes the three, and I'm amazed Chris has three children. Chris's daughter (sorry, no name) is proud of her mom. Chris is happy her children let her be departed from them for so long. She says they're maturing. Chris isn't sure many parents get the opportunity for their children to sit there and tell them how proud they are. It's one of the best moments of her life.
Buddy walks up. He says he never thought his journey would take him to the White House. Buddy enters the White House and honestly, I almost don't recognize him. Buddy has ditched the glasses and the beard, now making him look completely different. Dolvett can't believe it, saying on week one that this was the guy who couldn't walk on the treadmill and now he's walking in here and loving life. Bob asks Buddy if he can believe how different he was three short weeks ago. Buddy says he was the guy who made ever excuse in the book, but life is much more vibrant and colorful now that he's stopped. He owes it to Dolvett and he says that while he doesn't know where his journey will end, it will be complete.
Dolvett tells him he looks wonderful and they have another surprise for him. Buddy's wife and children enter, with his wife pushing a carriage with his new baby. Buddy's wife Shelby runs over and kisses him. She says she almost didn't recognize Buddy because he looked so different. Shelby says it's difficult being away from Buddy since he's her best friend. Buddy cries and gives his son a hug. He says the hardest part of being on the ranch is not the workouts, but that his support system being gone. Buddy says his wife and two sons getting to be there and supporting him makes it perfect.
Now Conda is up. She says the Conda who came to the ranch wasn't happy then (probably because she hadn't gotten the chance to make people miserable on a national level). Now that's changed and she's happy. Conda enters and… wow, that hair. Conda has shorter hair and it's been dyed blonde, which was a mistake. It looks uneven and her dark brown eyebrows now really stick out. Not trying to criticize Conda here; it’s not her fault it came out this way. In fact, I'd argue her old hair color looked a lot better, and she didn't have the eyebrow thing distracting me.
Bob keeps a straight face and says Conda looks fantastic. Dolvett compares working with Conda to running an obstacle course, but at the end of it he's found a beautiful, loving, fearless woman. What about Conda? Bob asks who she is now and Conda says she now goes after things. She's a stronger person and is sure of who she is.
Bob and Dolvett leave, saying they want her to soak in the White House. Conda's daughter is brought in along with Conda's friends and family. Conda begins to cry and says holding her daughter is the best feeling in the world. I got to say, I may loathe Conda, but I like this scene. I actually feel good for Conda. Conda's mom doesn't recognize her because of the hair. Conda says she fought losing weight for so long (and is still fighting), but knowing so many good things would come out of it makes it worth while. Conda says they can call her Blonda and while they do that, Jeremy enters.
Jeremy looks pretty much the same with hair slightly shorter and in a suit. Jeremy says his family is shocked to see the change. DeeDee, his mother, did recognize him because he has the face that will never change. She says Jeremy looks so happy and she's proud of him. Jeremy says he's been given this gift to be on the ranch and at this moment he got to share it with his family.
Up last is Kim, who looks a lot thinner. She says before being on the ranch, she was in a place of despair and sadness about life. Kim enters the White House and she also hasn't had much of a change: just shorter hair and a bit more red. That's alright though, because Kim looks great. Bob and Dolvett both compliment her. Dolvett says the light he was searching for is here and Kim is a new and improved woman. Bob says Kim looks like she could walk into the finale and Kim says she will be walking into the finale. Dolvett asks how she feels and Kim feels like her life has changed. This whole time she's been fighting for every pound to drop off. She feels like a knockout, both her insides and outsides match now.
Agents Bob and Dolvett have one more big surprise for her, which of course is Kim's two children and her mother. Kim's kids run over to hug her as she cries and holds them. Very sweet. She says she has great kids and is really lucky. Kim is so happy to see them and it feels like it has been forever. All she's been through is worth it when she sees them. Kim thanks her mother who is really proud of her.
We cut to agents Bob and Dolvett leading the losers through the White House. Bob is super excited, saying he loves his job but since he gets to meet Michelle Obama, he loves it more. Kim feels like this is one of her biggest accomplishments. Conda is going to enjoy every moment of this. Jeremy doubts he'd have had the chance to meet the First Lady without the show. Chris says meeting the First Lady is unheard of. Buddy says foreign diplomats meet Michelle Obama, but now he gets to meet her. Mark isn't sure what he's going to say. Kim says this is it. Bob introduces Michelle Obama, who walks in and... to be continued!
Next week, we learn Michelle Obama is a fan of The Biggest Loser. Bob and Dolvett are working everyone out at the White House, including the First Lady who asks for a towel. Also, we see Roy is having an emergency at home and this leads Chris to stress eat. Okay. First week without an elimination all season, folks. If we only have one elimination per episode until the end of the season... we'll still run out of episodes early. Oh well, this episode was fun to watch, which is a really good thing in this season.
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