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VIDEO: Everybody Wins On The Biggest Loser

Jan. 12 2011, Published 8:59 a.m. ET

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No contestant was eliminated as the eleventh season of NBC's weight loss competition The Bigger Loser rolled on Tuesday, as the show continued to build drama around its' two new mystery trainers, while a contestant everyone's rooting for took a step in the right direction.

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As you'll remember, there are 11 teams (consisting of two people each) in this year's competition.

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On last week's show, each of the teams were given a choice: stay on the ranch with the show's trusty trainers, Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels, or go to the team under a pair of mystery trainers and receive four weeks of immunity.

Five teams split off from the original 11 to join the squad -- who we'll refer to as the Unknowns -- headed by the mystery trainers.

On Tuesday's episode, the ranch team went head-to-head with the Unknowns (working out from a mystery location), and if the ranch team lost a higher percentage of weight, they’d receive immunity from elimination in week two.

After a grueling evening of challenges, including a bridge-building competition, the team on the ranch lost a higher percentage than the Unknowns, so no one had to go home.

"David slayed Goliath!" Harper said, as his team also collected $10,000 for besting their opponents.

Also of note was Arthur, the 31-year-old from Portland, Oregon who's the biggest contestant in the show's history, beginning at 507 pounds. After it was revealed he lost 13 pounds this week, the now-463-pound man launched into a memorable celebration dance the show will surely be using in highlight reels for years to come.

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