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Posted on 05/04/2007 by RealityWanted in Workout

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Log On To BravoTV.com For Warner's Reflection On Powerful Second Season

BURBANK, Calif. - May 3, 2007  "He was something that entered my life that I never had and I probably will never find somebody like him again," says grieving trainer Brian Peeler, who takes Doug Blasdell's passing extremely hard. "I only hope I can be a third of the man that he was." Find out how Skylab gym owner Jackie Warner and her trainers honor the memory of their friend and fellow trainer on the emotionally intense season finale episode of Bravo's "Work Out, " Tuesday, May 8 at 10PM (ET/PT). Photography from this series is available on Media Village at www.nbcmv.com/bravo.com

And on www.BravoTV.com Warner reflects on the emotional and powerful second season. From relationship drama and personal growth to launching a business, Warner candidly dishes about her "before" and "after" transition. Plus thoughts on her trainers, Blasdell and what she hopes for the future.

In the "Work Out" season finale, Warner and her trainers honor the memory of Blasdell by organizing a bike ride to the beach. "Doug's passion was bike riding," says Warner. "I'm really glad that we're doing this ride, really to rejoice his life which was so positive." At an emotional private memorial on the beach, the trainers share their memories of Blasdell.

Later, it's back to business in the gym as Warner rallies her Skylab clients and reveals their end-results. While Skylab was a success for most, Warner is still forced to lecture one client, Kiki, who has not taken the program seriously. "From the beginning, I've heard a lot of excuses...you have to switch gears," lectures a frustrated Warner to a defensive Kiki. "The priority is you and your health. You're young, you have youth on your side, but you're obese." And it's more relationship drama for Warner as she's caught in a lover's triangle between herself, Rebecca Cardon and the "other woman" Tiffany. The situation stirs up some jealousy in Cardon. "I don't compare myself to Tiffany, we're very different," says Cardon. "She has little rat teeth and she's got totally big gums, you never see her smile � and she shouldn't ever." Finally, to thank her staff and Skylab clients, Warner throws a cocktail party at the gym, inviting everyone to come celebrate the success of their hard work.

Bravo is the cable network that plugs people into arts, entertainment and pop culture with original programming, acclaimed drama series, movies, comedy and music specials, and by showing a whole different side of celebrities. Currently available in more than 84 million homes, Bravo is known for breaking exciting new personalities, shaking up the way we look at style, media, fame and Hollywood, pulling back the curtain on the creative process, and making influential and inventive original programming. Its critically acclaimed original programming includes the Emmy-nominated "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," 12-time Emmy-nominated "Inside the Actors Studio," "The Real Housewives of Orange County," "Top Chef," "Celebrity Poker Showdown," as well as the 2004 Emmy winner for Outstanding Reality Program, "Queer Eye," and the four-time Emmy-nominated hit competition series, "Project Runway."


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