Isabeau interviews that this is hard for her, because personally, she doesn't think that she'd make the same decision that Jillian wants her to. Jillian pulls Isabeau aside, and Isabeau acknowledges that Bryan is a bigger threat. Jillian mouths, "Do it," and Isabeau tells her to talk to Bill, too. Jillian interviews that she really likes Bryan and thinks he's a great guy. Because she likes Bryan so much, she finds him to be a huge threat to the members of her team. As he cooks turkey bacon, Bill notes that he considers Bryan and Amy both to be threats. Jillian approaches him and asks why they're weird. Bill says that he's undecided, and Jillian asks what he's doing, and says she doesn't understand. Bill says that Bryan was a 2XL when he was in sixth grade, and Amy was a size five four years ago. She's lost 57 pounds, and he's lost 70. She's beating him, says Bill. Jillian interviews that Bryan is the obvious threat, and it would seem shocking to her for people to send Amy home over Bryan. She ends by noting that it's clearly a personal thing. Back in Baconland, Bill says that his vote doesn't matter, because Isabeau is already voting her out, and she's lying her ass off to Jillian. Jillian says that Isabeau wouldn't lie to her. We'll see, won't we? I do have mixed feelings about Jillian getting in everyone's grille about who to vote off. I think it's based in a desire to keep her team there and give them an edge, but at the same time, I think she could just lay out all the reasons why they should vote off Bryan and then leave them alone. No one should feel like they have to vote anyone off because Jillian will be mad if they don't. I still want her to bench-press me every morning, though.
Bryan packs up and notes that if he gets eliminated, that will be a Biggest Loser first, that one team was totally eliminated before the end of the show. Kim enters, and can't believe that Bryan is below the yellow line. She says that she needs him as much as he needs her right now. Bryan says that if he's eliminated, at least he'll know that he didn't quit and didn't half-ass it. Kim tells him that there are a lot of people in the house who are going to realize that he deserves to stay. Bryan hopes so.
Neil fixes himself some weight-control oatmeal and notes that the elimination has divided the house. He says that, nothing against Amy, but she deserves to go home and B doesn't. Neil gives a hard sell to Julie, Hollie, and Isabeau, saying that Amy wants to go home AND she's stabbed everybody in the back, whereas Bryan really deserves to be there. They all agree. Neil reports to Bryan that Isabeau is still on the fence, and that Bryan needs to sit her down and talk to her. Bryan approaches Isabeau, and she admits that she's torn. She interviews that it will break her heart to send B home, but it would break her heart more for Hollie and Julie not to know where her loyalty stands. Bryan tells Isabeau that he doesn't know if he can continue to lose weight at home. He says that he knows she has loyalties, but she's an individual. Isabeau doesn't know whether to go with her heart or her head. She tells Bryan that if she does write his name down, he should know that it's not what she wants to do. And again, she should just do what she wants. It might be kind of dumb in the long run, but if she thinks she can handle the repercussive beatings by Jillian, there's no reason not to vote how she really wants to vote. However, she might consider being upfront about it.