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The Biggest Loser 2008

Great show! Lot more animation. Lot more personality. Lot of fun, anguish, frustration and all the things which make us human and so lovable. I can’t believe Alison said she looked like a disabled duck when she ran. I laughed. It was funny…but she can run and she doesn’t look like a disabled duck. Sean has to put up with a lot of pain and he is a thinker. He thinks and cares, so then he worries because he has never learned to discipline and train his mind. He needs to do the sorts of things which will keep his brain active in a happy way. He is full of gratitude and appreciation. Every step of the way he appreciates what comes his way and what he experiences and he values others. I loved his spontaneous speech to Debbie at the elimination. It was kind and heartfelt. People need to hear the sorts of things Sean says. He makes a better world. But it was a lot of full on feeling tonight. Sheridan’s dummy spit was exactly that and Michelle was annoyed by it but she didn’t bite. She’s bigger than that. I am concerned they have to live with someone who becomes so angry and she needs to get to the root causes of her anger instead of making others wear it. Anger is okay but as Michelle says it needs to be channelled. The black team will be strong. Jillian was right on their case and it’ll be good to actually see them in the house. Cosi…well, a dad. That was a redeeming moment. He did and didn’t make the right choice. In terms of the game then the Japanese food and chef are a gift and will create an experience hard to replicate outside. The real world is full of tight budgets and the super market so it’s a good lesson to learn…how to live with what life deals you. The show was balanced tonight and showed us all the things people are and can be and put a kindly light on it all. Very positive and very inspiring.



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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