Oh, but you know what's going to save Elizabeth and her burrito-loving boyfriend? Jennie-O turkey bacon. I'm sure she's lost 22 pounds after making that bacon pizza for dinner!
Bob visits Frado, and asks what he's trying to achieve now. Frado talks about marathon prep, and says that though he's been killing it over the last week, before that his body was shutting down. Bob says that his body will follow whatever is in his head. Well, that sure makes running a marathon sound easy. Sign me up! (Actually, no, don't.) Frado has to not sweat the things that he has no control over, and just do the best he can every single day. With that kind of mindset, he very well might finish the marathon. Bob thinks that Frado looks young and alive and great, and relishes the opportunity to give him beatings in the gym. Frado is thinner, healthier, and a lot stronger, which Bob thinks is evidence that we should trust the least-trustworthy process that is this show.
Jillian then meets with Ada, who tells her about the conversation with her parents that went surprisingly well. Jillian says it sounds like everything is going well, but she's not seeing that in Ada's face. She doesn't want Ada to be so afraid of getting happy, because fear of happiness is what makes you sad. Jillian tells us that happiness doesn't lead to complacency. In fact, happiness leads away from complacency. Unless you find your happiness at Chili's. Jillian takes Ada to the gym, and talks about Ada's goal to beat Tara's marathon time. She points out that Tara was no joke, and that going into the marathon her ass was focused. Ada also is no joke and, in Jillian's words, is a machine. Ada runs a mile in almost a minute less than her best time, and Jillian points out that she underestimates herself. Jillian interviews, "Tara, girl, I love you, but she's going to crush your time." Go, Ada! Ada feels athletic and good and like anything is possible.