So, the teams shake out as such. Cara's Green Team is Austin, Ken and Kaylee. Brett's Red Team is Justin, Jen and Courtney. Bob's Blue Team is Irene, Moses and Olivia. Jillian's Black Team is Hannah and Rulon. Yes, that's right, Jillian's team only has two players. Do you think some shenanigans might be afoot? I do. Sami says that there are no more players to choose...except for the ones who left. Jen instantly starts sobbing about the possibility of Jay coming back. Jillian is very excited about this twist, and says that there are a lot of people who are very deserving of a second chance.
Rulon and Hannah bear the responsibility of choosing who to bring back to the Black Team, with some consultation from Jillian. Everyone else leaves, and speculates on who they might choose. Jay and Arthur seem to be the frontrunners of public opinion. Hannah is on the Arthur train, arguing that he's the one who needs to be there most. Rulon says that you make your bed, and lie in it. And then you order a pizza every day. He's looking for a person with the dedication and determination to change their lives, and would like to bring back Jay. They ask Jillian what she thinks. She says that Arthur is useless on the challenges, but you can rip two pounds a day off of him. Jay is a strong choice if they want a winning team, but he could win the whole show, which they probably don't want. They've made a decision, but we're not going to find out what it is until the challenge.
Bob takes his Blue Team to Crunch, where he has worked for years teaching classes and as a trainer. They take a spinning class with Bob. I imagine the music is excellent. The class is full of regular Crunch members, and Olivia says it's a different experience than the "fatties on a spin bike" atmosphere of the ranch. Moses, who isn't as experienced on the spin bike as the girls are, is quite possibly about to have a stroke. With Bob's urging, he keeps pace, and he gets applause from the rest of the group. Moses notes that he's still weak at cardio, and there's nobody better to get him in cardio shape than Bob. He thinks it might be a blessing that he landed on the Blue Team.
Jillian takes her tiny duo of a team to her Malibu beach house, which is very cool. She tells us that the place is her sanctuary, and is incredibly Zen. There's totally a colorful fish flag flapping around behind her as she does her interviews. I never thought of Jillian as the colorful fish flag type, but I have to say that I like it. Maybe she also has a framed needlepoint hanging inside, though it would probably read, "Until you faint, puke or die." Lest Rulon and Hannah think they're just going to relax at Casa de Jill, they are led to the patio where a workout awaits. Their first order of business is to jump up on a bench. Hannah hates this type of exercise, and doesn't think she can hop like a Jillian-esque bunny rabbit. And side note, Jillian would make the WORST Easter bunny. Who wants to wake up and find whey protein and a 4-day cleanse in their Easter basket? Jillian hounds Hannah until she jumps, successfully, and then tells her to stop saying that she can't because it pisses her off. Jillian shows Rulon that she knows how to box too, and has her trainees crawl like crabs in the sand while she hangs on them. Hannah is aghast that Rulon's crack is showing, which seems like an appropriate reaction. In Rulon's own words, Jillian rides him like an animal. It may or may not look like there is some buttfuckery occurring.