In the gym, Jillian and Bob decide to do one-on-ones with each of the "teachers," and tell them what they need to do not only for themselves but for their teammates. They give very specific instructions, while the teachers take notes. And then there's sulky, brooding, bad attitude Migdalia. Jillian asks her if she's always her mother's keeper, since she's always playing the role of parent on the ranch. Migdalia says she has to take care of her mom. Jillian asks who takes care of Migdalia and she says, "Me." Jillian sarcastically tells her she's doing a hell of a job. Migdalia is difficult, shut off, and angry about the twist in the game. But of course it's not REALLY about the twist, and Dr. Phillian is going to make sure that Migdalia realizes this. She first starts to break her down by not allowing her to pee. That's some Guantanamo shit, right there. When Migdalia is finally allowed a potty break, Jillian approaches Bob with her Phillianizing conundrum. Migdalia has the nerve to stop and compose herself, which Jillian finds frustrating. Bob asks why Jillian is letting her stop, and Jillian says that she can scream like a crazy person, but if she does Migdalia will walk out. Bob points out that Jillian has never worried about this before, but Jillian counters that Migalia's chip is so large that she might actually leave, and not just stomp off in the hopes that the cameras and Dr. P. will follow.
But Bob wants her to try mean, and so Jillian does. She even calls Migdalia's daughter fat! Or at least soon-to-be fat since she has Migdalia as her role model. Jillian asks if Migdalia's daughter, who is nine, cries a lot. Migdalia says she doesn't, because she doesn't need to. But Jillian blames the not-crying on Migdalia's squelching of all emotion. But God created tear ducts, Jillian argues. Migdalia says that God created tear ducts to make you weak. I'm kind of with her, actually. Stone hearts, forever! Jillian says that there's strength in vulnerability, and Migdalia is acting like a fool. As Jillian screams at Migdalia, Bob looks on in interest. Jillian gives a big ole' lecture about the value of feelings. Migdalia's reply? "I don't think so." And then they kickbox, as Jillian continues her campaign to make Migdalia feel something. Migdalia refuses! Jillian asks Migdalia why she came here, but Migdalia won't give her anything but "to get healthy." Eventually, Migdalia acknowledges that she's not happy with herself. Jillian asks "Why not" about seven times, and Migdalia walks out, just like Jillian predicted! Ooh, she even throws off her sound pack. Jillian follows her and continues to harangue her and insist that she be brave and let Jillian help her. And then Jillian gets a little handsy. Migdalia just keeps saying, "Move," but Jillian won't. With the suspense of whether someone finally decks Jillian, we head to commercials.