Lisa feels betrayed and devastated, and says that she'll leave to take care of Allie, who lives only ten miles away from her, after she's learned a few more things. Now everyone thinks that Lisa is crunk, which is also true. Lisa says that Allie doesn't have anybody, but as we've seen she totally has season eight winner Danny! She's fine. Frado tells Lisa to go home and help Allie then. He interviews that this scene is pathetic. Jessica says that she'd stay a year if she could, and if there are people who don't want to be there for three months the others can collectively help them pack and send them home. I mean, seriously.
Bob enters and learns about the drama that has just ensued. He says that it's bullshit, and then tells Tina that she's not ready to go home yet, and that everyone has to remember why they're there in the first place. Someone else is going home next week, and that's why they have to get to learning and not take being on campus for granted. Bob tells us that the first elimination always makes people crazy, and the best strategy for dealing with this is to get in the gym and focus.
Soon enough we're in the gym, and Bob is leading a circuit workout. Jillian is nowhere to be found, which makes me think she's probably off somewhere offending Native Americans. Bob uses Tina's lameness as an excuse to go a little apeshit, and redoubles his efforts to torture the contestants. He takes a page from the Book of Jillian and tells Patrick that he's going to break his legs and beat him with them. Speaking of Patrick, he tells us that he's there for his wife and two boys. It's a life or death situation for him, and he says that he's ready to do it. Then there's Liz, who loves to dance but now can barely make it through one song. Her weight is holding her back, and she wants to make a change, yeah, do it today. Burgandy tells us that Bob crushes you into dust and then asks you to enjoy it. At least you're probably glittery disco dust, which I think would be enjoyable. Frado says, "[He] really gave it to us. It was balls to the wall." He's not the first person to describe an afternoon with Bob in that manner. Frado likes to scream a lot during his workout. Bob likes to scream at Brendan to push himself harder. We get people repeatedly telling us about how difficult this workout was, and how awesome it was. In a torturous way.