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The Biggest Loser 2007

Well, Laura is gone but she looks so well and happy now and even better, she is influencing her father and has taken control of that relationship so that she can help bring his health back. The show has taught her how to act if you want to make changes. She was worrying far too much. It was good to see her teaching her Dad to be healthy and well. It was good to see her be young and happy.

Chris is a good match for Courtney. He has no allegiances except to himself and is a hardcore strategist and game player. Mentally he is a great match for Courtney and physically he is so fit and so well the tables will be turned so that Courtney will have to push himself physically if he wants to play the game. Chris is very open about his strategic approach and has a good brain. It’ll be good to see him with Bob and Jillian though because they take no wounded. How great is it to see them back? By the looks of it they are really going to pump it up and have those guys bouncing all over the place. Enough of the tears and back stabbing…let the real games commence!

The triumvirate is still in place and Kim looks like she is lining up with them. There is also an allegiance between all the women now so strategically that can be played out in various ways. The men are not united like that. Damien is cut off from any Blue Team Members now, Chris is on his own mission as is Marty, and Courtney, I suspect is about himself as a bottom line but he does bring the best out in Munnalita as she does in him. For the whole time he was giving Chris a serve in the elimination room, all I could hear was Munnalita telling him he needed to keep his mouth shut…but Courtney couldn’t help himself. It was a power play but it showed just how emotionally strong Chris is because he was true to his own values inspite of the serve.

Should be a really good week!!

The Biggest Loser



Retired Adelaide based professional. Lived here most of my life. I have been a teacher of French, English and German since 1974 and value the capacity of the classroom, wherever that might be, to write on the lives of others.

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