Previously on The Biggest Loser: Ryan went home, where he managed to lose a sack-of-shit load of weight. Nine players remain!
We begin with the contestants in the Elimination Room Of Doom after Ryan's ouster. Sami reminds the players that they've been there for nine weeks, and have all worked hard and gone through some emotional tough times. But only one player will get to take home the Nabisco 100 Calorie Pack grand prize of $250,000. That will buy a lot of tiny Lorna Doones! Sami then announces that there are no more duos -- it's every man for herself. Julie says it's so stinkin' exciting that she made it to singles, and Isabeau reminds us that there's no one else who can save you -- you lose or you lose.
Bob walks in to see the Blue Team and discovers that Ryan's gone. Neil explains that he and Nicole voted for Ryan because they knew every other vote was for Ryan and wanted to send him off in the "right way." Bob doesn't get it. I don't either, but I can't bitch-slap them like Bob is about to. He says that Neil is playing a game, and of course he would -- he's the guy who gained 17 pounds. Neil says that he talked to Ryan about it, but Bob couldn't give a rat. He says that Neil can do whatever he wants, but he's not stupid.
Jillian, meanwhile, is psyched to see that Isabeau is still there. She might feel differently later on, but we'll get to that soon enough. Isabeau tells us that she's finally made a mental shift, she feels like she's in the zone, and she's ready to compete. Jillian jokingly calls Amy a red-headed stepchild and tells her to come sit with mommy. Reow! Bill laughs that Amy is a red-shirted stepchild. Amy interviews that the game play is going to increase every week, and she has to try to kick it up a notch. She adds that team colors will always exist. Julie tells us she didn't think she would make it past week one. Everyone thinks she's the weakest link, and even she believed that at the beginning, but she's there to prove that she's not. The Black Team talks threats, and Isabeau says the biggest ones are Kae, Neil and B. Jillian says that she doesn't think B's going to fall below the yellow line, but if he did, it would be silly not to take him out. Oooh, Jillian totally just wants Kim to be kicked off. Jilly Lou and her strategery! Bill says he has an X on his back too, and has to make sure he's above the yellow line.
Meanwhile, Amy wants closure. She says that wearing a Red Team shirt when she's now a Black Team member just reminds her of her failure with Kim. So she wants to return her red shirt. Burn! She thanks Kim for everything she's done for her and says she wishes her the best. Kim, a douche as always, says that on day one, she made a commitment to help Amy change her life forever. Yeah, until she basically told the others on her team to vote Amy off. Kim wants Amy to keep the shirt. And she starts out sounding kind of nice, but then totally turns, like so many nipples atop a giant silicone implant. To wit: "To me, I'm gonna picture the Amy that was climbing mountains in this and did it for the team, to bring them victory. Not the Amy who's quitting on her team and turning her back on her team." Ooh, pretty bad, right? But wait! There's more! "If and when you regret your decision, you know where to find me. But hang on to this, because it should mean something to you." Wow, that's pretty bad. There couldn't be more, could there? But wait, there is! "And I know that the team is going to be disappointed in you. We are, we're extremely disappointed." Okay, first of all, right now "the team" is Bryan. This must have actually happened earlier on in the game sometime.