In any case, one would think that that's got to be the end of that harangue. But no! Amy says she doesn't think that everyone on the Red Team is mad at her. Kim says they're not but, and I quote, "They're disappointed in you. Absolutely, they're disappointed in you. As they should be. As I am. It's just, that's not what a team is about. A team isn't about, when it gets tough, to turn around and run." EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! Oh, would that Amy could just deck her. Just once. That's all it would take. Kim interviews that she was insulted when Amy brought back the shirt. And then, I quote, "I think she's gonna seriously regret this decision for the rest of her life." HA! Kim really overestimates her importance in the scheme of the world. And really, she should either get some people skills or turn into a deliberate, full-on, fun-villain trainer, because right now, she's basically just a huge jerk, and nobody really enjoys that. And because I can't say it enough: EW.
Amy enters training with a black shirt, and Jillian is thrilled. Amy says she's looking forward to more success with Jillian, and adds that Jillian is just a better fit. Say what you will about what a baby Amy is, but I feel like she's behaving pretty reasonably about this whole trainer switch. Jillian says this means extra special beatings today. Awwwww! It's like Christmas for the psychotic.