At Fitness Ridge, Brett and Cara talk about how outrageous it is that they lost the workout with a three-pound advantage. Their plan is to kick the asses of their trainees. There is much kickboxing and screaming. Q feels a lot of pressure, both because he doesn't want to let his team down, and because he doesn't want to die next week. Moses talks about his wife and his girls, who are his motivation. Brett wrestles with Ken and Justin in the boxing ring, and looks like he's about to become a pancake. He says that Sarah and Justin are his special projects for the week. Sarah has more body fat than he even knew was possible, and though it's doable for her to lose the weight she's going to have to train harder than anyone else. Sarah is certain that she made the right choice in going with the Unknown trainers. She likes the fighting element. Austin has some moments of explosive strength in the ring, but he tends to get tired and lose focus. You've got to learn how to suck it up and focus when you're fatigued, Brett says. He's got a good point, there. When I'm fatigued, I come home and have a glass of wine, and sometimes eat cheese and Trader Joe's red pepper spread on crackers while I watch The Real Housewives or Tabatha's Salon Takeover. This is probably not as good for me as working out, even though it feels GREAT. In any case, The Unknowns are redoubling their efforts to triumph over fatversity.
Bob leads most of The Knowns through a series of weight and cardio work, while Jillian takes Dan and Don for a hike. Everyone's working hard. Jennifer says that she's lost 28 pounds in two weeks, and this is an opportunity to take her life back. She's been overweight since she was five, and feels like she's lived her life in a fat suit. She says this is the time, and there's no turning back now. Bob takes a few minutes to talk with the Purple Team and amateur-psychoanalyze them. He notes that Hannah seemed especially discouraged after losing six pounds at the last weigh-in. Hannah says that she thought she worked harder than six pounds, and was angry. However, at home she would have been thrilled with six pounds. Hannah tells Bob that she wants her life back. She was an athlete in college and was so strong. We see pictorial evidence of this, with a willowy Hannah posing in a softball uniform. She had an accident that ended her sports career, and then started to gain weight. She hated herself for years. Hannah wanted to be a college athlete and make it to the Olympics, but after her accident she just gave up. She says that she felt that sports were all she was really good at, and a major point of bonding between her and her father. She felt like she let him down after her accident. Bob says that it's time for Hannah to figure out what her new dreams are. I think they start with becoming Mrs. Curtis Stone.