The Pink Team is next, and needs to have lost more than 8 pounds to be safe. Helen goes from 225 to 216 for a loss of 9, while Shannon goes from 255 to 246 for a loss of 9. That's 18 pounds, or 3.75%. They're definitely safe, and Bob still feels the shame wafting from Joelle. Eh, I think that's the stench of cluelessness. The Silver Team is definitely under the yellow line. The last to weigh in is the Purple Team. Sami tells them that they need to have lost more than 10 pounds. Kristin goes from 312 to 301 for a loss of 11, while Cathy goes from 273 to 268 for a loss of 5. That's 16 pound total or 2.74%. They are safe! Sami also tells Kristin that she's lost 59 pounds in five weeks. Cathy starts crying with pride. Awww, those two are good. This of course means that the Brown and Silver Teams are below the yellow line and up for elimination. They each get an hour to plead their cases.
A teary Carla interviews that this is likely going to be an easy decision. Joelle has had five weeks to prove herself, and still hasn't done it. Back at the house, Joelle tells the others that she heard all of their concerns. Carla did very well this week, she says, while her results did not show. Aubrey basically asks Joelle what's up with her, and if she does want to be there. If she doesn't, says Aubrey, it can be easily remedied. Joelle hesitates, and that pause gives Carla just enough time to go ape-shit. Everyone admonishes Joelle for not dedicating herself to Carla when she got back to campus, and Carla screams that Joelle is selfish, and this isn't about her -- it's about the two of them. Joelle tries to talk, and Carla yells over her, and then Aubrey talks over her, and Joelle has to tell some people to shut the fuck up for a minute. She says that she does want to be on campus, and that it hurts her greatly that she's impacted Carla. Carla then starts to cry. She says she really wants to be there. It's the second time she's put her fate in Joelle's hands, she says, and twice Joelle has failed her. What's the other time? I mean, in all fairness, Joelle did get Carla back on campus, even if it was by some fluke. Nonetheless, Joelle sucks. She says that she's learned some insights about herself, and Shannon interviews that when Joelle opens her mouth it's like she's from another planet. Additionally, everyone is sick of her same old song and dance. But they LOVE Carla. Mike says that words are cheap in the house and actions speak. He and his dad are in this 100%, he says, and Ron gives an impassioned plea to be kept in the game another week. 100% of the team wants to be there, he says.