Hannah is up first for the Black Team, and hopes that her night of luxury didn't throw things off. Flirting burns calories, right? She goes from 172 to 168, for a loss of 4 pounds. She looks very relieved and says that she hasn't been in the 160s since high school. She talks about how beautiful she felt on her night out, and says that she felt normal and like a real woman. I can't believe that no one calls her out on this insanely problematic language. Real, normal, beautiful women come in all shapes and sizes and ages, and it would be nice if someone acknowledged it. Olivia kind of does, as she says that she's always told Hannah that she's beautiful, and to hear Hannah say it herself is like her birthday, Christmas, and winning the lottery all in one. Hannah has lost 80 pounds total. Jay is next on the scale, and goes from 276 to 270, for a loss of 6 pounds. He hasn't been below 275 in over 25 years, so can't be too sad about that. Jay has lost 130 pounds since coming on campus. Finally, there's Rulon. He says he's been focused on his diet this week, which hopefully means no midnight snacking. Rulon goes from 325 to 318, for a loss of 7 pounds. This is an improvement from the last few weeks, and Jillian seems relatively satisfied. Rulon says that it's astounding how caring Jillian is, and that he appreciates her interest in him and feels blessed to be there. He's feeling pretty good about the fact that he's within 35 pounds of his competition weight when he won the gold medal. Rulon has lost 156 pounds so far, which is pretty amazing. The Black Team has lost 17 pounds total, or 2.20%.
The Blue Team is next, and needs to have lost more than 14 pounds collectively to best the Black Team. A very fly-looking Olivia is up first, and goes from 176 to 174 for a loss of 2 pounds. Hannah looks worried, though Olivia says that she expected this, since she's just had two really high-loss weeks. Bob adds that he's been nervous about the Blue Team all week. Olivia knows she pulled her weight this week, and says it's frustrating that it didn't manifest itself on the scale, but that's reality. Moses is next. He goes from 293 to 286, for a loss of 7 pounds. He's very happy, and says that his new focus on nutrition has made a difference. Finally, Irene weighs in. She needs to have lost more than 5 pounds to keep the Blue Team safe. She also looks great, and goes from 170 to 164, for a loss of 6 pounds. That's pretty phenomenal. The Blue Team is thrilled and Irene gives a nonchalant, "You're welcome." She says that she hasn't been 164 since sometime around 5th grade. Bob tells her that she's been consistent, and hasn't let fear be in the driver's seat anymore. Sami gives a glazed dismissal of Irene back to the Blue Team. I think she might be drunk. The Blue Team lost 15 pounds, or 2.35%, which means that they're safe.