Everybody leaves the kitchen without touching the cake - but they're about to be plunged into food heaven (or hell?) A rotating table filled with all their favourite foods from pizza to burritos to doughnuts to fried chicken and pasta… there's even venison for Kimmy who tells us Bambi "is good for more than just watching on TV".
Basically, whoever eats the most can switch the teams up however they want, which is a pretty big prize. Buddy flashes back to season nine when Michael changed the teams for his own benefit and ended up winning the whole show. Can anyone be tempted? Especially when Alison says the winner will remain anonymous…
Jeremy, Chism, Kimmy, Conda, Megan, Kim and Emily remain virtuous, but everybody else eats. Nobody, however, comes close to Daphne's consumption of 1,890 calories spread across nine plates of peanut butter cups. Her reasoning is she needs control of the game or she'll be heading home just like her brother.
So, how have the teams changed? Jeremy's heading over to the Red Team and Conda is moving to the Black Team. That's it. Everyone is slightly baffled but Daphne assures us she has a plan… which includes not telling anyone that she ate, even though they are all suspicious. They think it's a personal decision rather than strategic because they believe the Red Team has actually become stronger. Despite Daphne's denials, the blame game continues until Bob arrives to interrupt things. He's equally perplexed by the one move: "I don't like it when things don't make sense."
The new teams get to work...
Conda's quite tearful in the gym during her first Black Team workout because she's used to Dolvett's style and he's the one who has been driving her success, however he tells her to keep her focus. Over on the Red Team, Jeremy seems to be having the exact same feelings in reverse.
Meanwhile, Daphne comes clean with Bob that she was, indeed, the person who ate, but she still doesn't want to fess up because players get kicked off the ranch when things get personal. "Daphne has stirred up some s**t in this house and she did it from a place of insecurity and she wasn't thinking clearly," says Bob. "She just made a really poor choice."
The teams have to move giant puzzle pieces around weighing 200lbs each in order to solve the puzzle, with one player navigating the movements from high above. The winning team will all get two weeks at the Biggest Loser resort. Daphne and Chris sit out for the Black Team. In the end, the Red Team wins.
Back at the ranch, Cassandra reads extracts from her diary to Bob which give some insight into her lack of self-confidence because of her weight. Bob encourages her to think about what she'd say to her younger self now. She breaks down in tears as she says she'd say not to let the negative things rule in her life and to focus on loving herself.
Kim, meanwhile, is missing her daughter's sixth birthday and feeling down. Dolvett comforts her, realising there is more to Kim than a strong athlete. "I love the fact you can be vulnerable because I've only met tough Kim," he says. "Seeing this woman so vulnerable, showing me how much she loves this amazing family, is a good thing for you.... Sometimes you have to be away just to come back a better you. Do this for them."
She later tells Dolvett that birthdays have always been hard for her because she was adopted and would always wonder if her birth mum was thinking about her. Dolvett shares his own adoption history and says he understands the feelings. Kim gets permission to phone her daughter to wish her happy birthday.
Bob decides he needs to talk to Daphne. Bottom line is everyone knows she switched the teams and when she denies it she comes across as a liar. Bob thinks the house won't move forward from what happened until she takes ownership and she's isolating herself by keeping quiet.
Daphne decides to come clean to the Black Team: "It was a radical, emotional decision and I'm sorry I weakened our team." Not that much of a bombshell announcement. "That's like saying Bob Harper is hot," says Emily. "It's obvious. We know that."
Elsewhere, over on the Red Team, Dolvett decides to boost team morale by making everyone hike 13 miles to Subway for breakfast.
Before the weigh-in we learn the Black Team have some sort of plan but if it backfires and Daphne gets immunity then someone else could be going home...
At this point Bob begins to realise something might be going wrong... Daphne also realises her teammates have "sabotaged the weigh-in" but she might still be safe if she's the biggest loser...
Bob is definitely annoyed now and the whole weigh-in descends into bickering among everyone until Dolvett steps in. "This is childish!" Bob, however, points out that while it may be childish, it's just real emotions finally bursting through after being repressed.
On the scale, Daphne thanks the Black Team for being respectful to her face and predicts she is going home to her "loving family without all this drama and chaos to finish losing weight around the people I love and care about".
It's no surprise in the elimination room - Daphne is eliminated - and she has no regrets about anything she did. She got revenge for her brother which is what she wanted. Conda, however, doesn't think she should be proud of this and says she wouldn't want to let her daughter know revenge was good. Daphne isn't interested in what Conda has to say and Alison ends up stepping in to avoid it descending into an argument.
In a post-elimination video we learn Daphne has lost 71lbs and now weighs 200lbs. She was on three medications before going to the ranch for her Atrial Fibrillation and now she's on one. She's also been able to move out of her parents' house now that she has the condition under control.
The Biggest Loser airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on NBC
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