Heba gets half an hour to make her decision. She notes that Phil was sneaking around like a little shrew trying to undermine her noble intentions. It's the wrong day to mess with her, she says. I guess so if she was willing to bust out "shrew" on him. Red Amy can't bear the thought of losing Phil or Bob. Purple Amy worries that Heba will keep the teams exactly as they are. Heba returns for the moment of reckoning. She announces that she, first of all, is staying on Bob's team. Sami gives her a blue shirt. Renee will be on Jillian's Black Team, and so will Coleen. Vicky is staying with Bob on the Blue Team, and Michelle is staying on the Black Team. Red Amy is staying on the Blue Team. She's happy about this, but is still worried about what Heba will do with Phil. As she should be. Heba sends Phil to Jillian's Black Team. Phil says that it was a personal slap in the face. Heba thinks she did the right thing, because Phil can't be trusted. Red Amy doesn't seem all that sad about it, to be honest. Maybe she needs a little time away to cultivate her love with Bob. Heba next announces that Purple Amy is moving to the Blue Team. Purple Amy's okay with that, and kind of excited to learn from another trainer and not to have Jillian screaming at her all the time. Heba finally announces that Shellay will stay with Jillian on the Black Team and Brady will be on the Blue Team. Phil recaps that basically all that Heba did was break up the Red and Purple Teams. Heba tells us that she's not stupid in her choices. She, Vicky and Brady have an alliance and now have the majority vote on the Blue Team. That always works really well until they have to start turning on each other. Then things get fun.
Bob comes in to greet his team and sees a bunch of Blue shirts. Red Amy and Heba immediately start to cry. Vicky explains the temptation challenge and Heba's reward. Bob asks Heba and Red Amy what they're thinking. Red Amy notes that it would have been better to have Phil on their team, because he's going to be dropping some big numbers. Bob agrees. Heba defends herself by saying that Phil has crossed the line with her too many times. Bob tells everyone that once they start making personal decisions, things will really backfire. He interviews that Heba made a stupid decision, and he's pissed. Bob finally wants to win a season, chuckers! And now Heba has maybe ruined his chances. Bob takes Red Amy for a walk and she tells him that, excuse her language, that bitch is not going to take her down. She refuses to be weak and crying her eyes out like Heba, whom she now kind of hates. Red Amy tells Bob that her biggest fear was losing him as a trainer, and he replies that if he didn't have her, it would be terrible. They hug.