Hannah seems to feel quite alive herself, as she totally checks out a dude in the corner. Said dude, whose name is Ted, comes over with a sake cup and toasts them, saying that they all look pretty thin. Rulon and Jay step away from the table in quite an obvious manner to let Hannah get her flirt on. She is totally dying, but talks with Ted about where she's from, her weight loss, her college sports career and her back injury. He tries to figure out how old she is, and she says that at 32 she's an old lady. Old lady or no, Hannah is thrilled that she's learned to accept that she's beautiful. She's in the process of making a life for herself, her future husband (who is probably not Ted), her kids and grandkids. She knows that going to the gym feels awful for the first few months, but it can change your life. Hannah hugs Ted and takes her leave, because you always want to leave 'em wanting more.
Meanwhile, there's Jennie-O turkey in the kitchen! Hello, old friend. The Green Team wonders who will fall to the bottom at the weigh-in, and the Blue Team and Courtney are mentioned as possible contenders. Courtney talks to Olivia and admits that she's stressing since she has only herself to rely on. She says that there's so much pressure on her to get through this plateau, and to save Brett's job in the process. She's clearly freaking out. Olivia tells us that Courtney feels defeated, and she's trying to be encouraging. Courtney admits that she's constantly worrying about other people, a la Brett's employment prospects. She wants to break through her wall/plateau to prove to others and herself that she can get through it.
Bob greets the Blue Team with brown paper bags containing burgers and fries and fajitas. Suspicious, eh? He tells them that they worked so hard in the gym that he thought he'd bring them favorite foods of the past. Irene used to love burgers smothered in some sort of mystery sauce, as well as fries dipped in ranch dressing. Olivia loved Mexican food, and the fajitas that she is given have what seems to be a whole container of sour cream dumped on them. I don't think that's very realistic. Moses loved fast food. He said he'd drench everything in ketchup, which is filled with sugar. So basically, condiments are of the devil. Hmm, I wonder where this is going. Bob notes that he doesn't see any avocado products on their foods. Handily, he happens to have a container of Wholly Guacamole -- all natural, no preservatives, no additives, 90% avocado, 100 calories. You can find it in the produce section. Bob seems either giddy about this product or totally mortified that he has to say the words "Wholly Guacamole" repeatedly.