1) I think the premise of the show is a bit flawed in that they judge the thing based on how much weight someone has lost. I think it should be judged by body fat ratio. Most of these people have small muscles covered by massive globs of fat. Packing on some more muscle is actually healthy because it means you'll burn more fat during the day. But of course muscle weights more than fat so packing it one is bad for the show.
2) Fat people aren't nicer than skinny people. I think this show indicates that. When you have a bunch of fat people who get upset about being judged or prejudiced against each other would act with some sort of moral highground, but there's none to be found. At how many eliminations was someone kept in the game because they had lost more weight? Rare if ever. People who get elminated are "threats" or people with certain shirt colors. It's kind of annoying when the host says "you're not the biggest loser" when in fact the scales show they are, or at least they're a bigger loser than someone who got to stay.
3) I'm kind of shocked that when the team and blue team were dwindled down so that say Bryan, Neil etc were basically the only one's being trained, that they didn't do better. They have 100% of their personal trainers attention yet the results don't come. Bryan only lost 4 pounds when Kim only had him to train.
4) Only Kim of the trainers is married, and just recently to some musclebound fellow. I wonder if being so anal about food makes them hard to get along with? Although I wouldn't be surprised if Bob and Jillian are homosexuals/bisexuals as Bob seems to have some feminine characteristics and Jillian kind of masculine. Jillian is apparently 33 and lives with her brother.