Bob Harper is back on The Biggest Loser. Dolvett Quince discusses his return to the ranch with his 'Comeback Canyon' player. Who do you think it is?

Although I tried to coax the answer out of Dovett, he wasn't giving up Bob's comeback canyon player. 'I'm not going to tell you. You know better than that,' he joked. Dolvett was opening up about this season and what it was like to work without Bob in the gym everyday. 'When Bob pops in you know he's in the house. I knew in the back of my mind he really didn't leave, so it wasn't that weird.'

Working with Olympic athletes and NFL players, Dolvett was able to do things a little differently this season. 'I was able to do a lot more a lot sooner. One thing that didn't change was my coaching methods in terms of inspiring them to believe in themselves.'

One contestant this season took a little longer to reach for Dolvett, but he says it made him a better coach and a better man. 'Rob was challenging for me, I'm not going to lie. I always had to go back and re-coach, re-inspire and open up the light to him because he was in a dark place. But everyone doesn't process the same way. He made me better at what I do. I'm grateful for Robert. He challenged me and improved what I do.'

As The Biggest Loser, Glory Days nears the end, with 4 contestants and the Comeback Canyon player left, will Dolvett be back for another season? 'Keep your fingers crossed. I got a feeling I might.'

Tune into NBC at 8 tonight to see who returns to the ranch with Bob Harper and who makes it into the final four.

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