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This episode managed to encapsulates this season of "The Biggest Loser." This season has been like no other in that the core group of players formed and maintained a tight-knit, collegial group that served to inspire each other to greatness, rather than tear each other down in an effort to win the grand prize of $250,000 and the title of this season's "Biggest Loser." There were the roller-coaster highs and lows, as the game served up its owns twists and turns at the players.
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I'm very proud of the marathon and no one can ever take that away.
It does suck to see two pounds gained." Bob said it was "actually the exact opposite" of Daris' claim -- explaining you run to lose weight. "Clearly, obviously you sabotaged yourself," added Jillian, pleading with Daris to "get real" about what happened.The marathon then commenced and as they were running, the contestants encountered some encouragement -- as Daris was met by second-season winner Matt Hoover, Koli was met by former seventh-season contestant Sione Fa, Ashley was met by fifth-season winner Ali Vincent, and Michael was met by seventh-season runner-up Michael Morelli.Daris was the first to reach the finish line and he crossed it at -- shattering the marathon record previously set by seventh-season finalist Tara Costa, who did it in just under five hours.It probably did not help matters that he went home and revisited the first weigh-in by promising friends and family that he would win this thing. Daris, meanwhile, seems to have learned nothing at the ranch. The stress of being back at home and facing life -- what to do, how to live, having a real dating life for the first time ever -- triggered spells of late-night eating that ultimately showed up on the scale. At home, they incorporated the lessons learned at the ranch: Making their favorite meals using lo-cal substitutes, and shunning late nights out with friends, and turning to each other for support. And it was proof that losing 150 pounds won't change your life and solve all your problems.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating