Roger and Jay eat a delicious Subway sandwich as Jay continues to deliberate about the money versus the pound. Roger actually does a decent thing -- I know, I was shocked, too -- and tells Jay that as a competitor he wants him to take the $10,000, but as a teammate and a friend, he would strongly advise him to take the pound. He thinks a pound is for sure worth $10,000. I mean, seriously, doofus man-child, take the pound.
Hey, you know what's better than a calorie-laden omelet and bacon for breakfast? Quaker Weight-Control Oatmeal! Only 160 calories. I have to say, I have it on good authority that that shit is gross. No offense to the Quaker people. Their regular oatmeal is aces.
Last chance workout! Jillian's gonna blow it out, because she wants her girls to taste victory. More delicious than pizza and chocolate cake combined! Ali screams, and Kelly's face gets hella-red. However, they do what Jillian says, because they want to survive. Bob has his team work as soldiers, doing the exact same thing. He wants them to remain a unit. You know, a little bit I kind of blame him for encouraging everything that I hate about the Blues. Is that unfair? Dan is confident that the Blue Team will stay four strong, and that whoever tries to stop them will have to go. Oy, they wear me the heck out.
Weigh-ins! Kelly hopes that Jillian's balls-to-the-wall plan pays off for them. Oh my gosh, you can say "balls" on TV? The censors probably thought she meant that they were throwing medicine balls at the wall. And actually, maybe that's what she did mean. Jay tells us that each week, you have less of a margin of error, and can't afford to be off your game. Ali is stressed, because she knows that if she or Kelly falls below the yellow line, they're gone. Sami notes to the contestants that team colors run deep -- even though they're playing as individuals, they're still acting as though teams matter. She adds that all six people are threats, no matter what team they came from. See, I think she's all about the sisterhood. She calls upon Jay to make his decision. He takes the pound. Good move, I think. For her part, though, Kelly would have made off with the cash. Don't judge. Kelly wants a damn vacation.