This of course leaves Kae and Amy as the de facto team of rejects. Kae is pissed. She said she tried to be civil and friendly, but unfortunately is not that type of person. Really, it doesn't look like she's trying very hard, since she will not even look at Amy, much in the way that Paul Simon now feels like it might burn his retinas to lay eyes on Garfunkel, even when the two share a stage. For shame, Kae and Paul Simon! Amy, on the other hand, is happy being paired with Kae, because she's such a threat. She reminds us that this was the reason that she wanted to boot Kae last week. Kae is well aware of this fact, and also well aware of what irony is.
Sami drops the bomb that, in accordance with Green Week, the contestants will be working out with equipment that uses no electricity at all. Will they also turn off the electricity in the house, or recycle the batteries that Sami runs on? Yeah, didn't think so.
Kae runs and pouts, runs and pouts. She wonders if Amy has the work ethic that it takes, or is just trying to get a free ride. Well, it's not like Amy actually chose Kae, so you could cut her a little bit of slack. Oh, except she's napping on the couch. Hey, at least she doesn't have a Twizzler hanging out of her mouth. She might have forgotten the words to "Bridge Over Troubled Water" again, though.
When the trainers come in to meet the contestants, Jillian is so happy to see Hollie that she practically gives her a lap dance. She's wearing a "Disco Sucks" shirt. Oh, how I long to introduce her to the wonders of "Knock on Wood" and a dirty martini. The contestants tell the trainers who the duos are, and Bob interviews that it's obvious that Kae's a target, and he'll push her to new limits if he has to to keep her safe. Bryan and Kim have a little tête-à-tête in which she paints a pretty dire picture of what's happening. She says it's a disaster, and sort of places the blame on the fact that the Red Team was too strong. Yeah, that's totally what happened. She admits that if Bryan goes, she goes, which is pretty scary. AND AWESOME. She then gives Bryan a lecture about his nutrition, saying that she doesn't know what else she can do besides open his mouth and spoon in food. Way to treat your trainee like an adult. Oddly enough, it turns out that Bryan actually isn't eating enough for the amount that he's training. It sounds counterintuitive, but it's basically like he's driving with no fuel. Shoulda had a slice of the meatza. Kim is typically shrill and annoying about the whole situation.