Finally it's Jessica's turn on the scale. She's pretty nervous, and can hear her heart beating in her ears. Maybe that will burn some extra calories last minute! Jessica has to lose more than five pounds to beat Elizabeth She goes from 248 pounds to 244, for a very sad loss of 4 pounds or 1.61%. So much for ever listening to Bob's advice. Jessica cries and cries, and Bob tells her that it's okay, and it's not her burden. She apologizes to her teammates, but says that there's nothing she can do about it now. This is Jessica's first time losing less than five pounds, and she tells us that it's a bad week to have a bad week. Mark is safe since he had the biggest percentage of weight lost for the Blue Team.
The Blue Team heads to the elimination room. Mark votes first, for Adam. He says that Adam is a bigger threat to him. Adam votes for Jessica, which makes sense. Lisa says that their team can't afford to lose their stronger players, and so she voted for Jessica. Jessica snits about this, then votes for Adam. Jesse is next, and also votes for Adam. Aaron's is the only vote left. If he votes for Adam, Adam is gone. If he votes for Jessica then it's a tie, and the Black Team will come in to decide who is eliminated. So basically Adam is screwed either way. This really sucks. I'm now sorry for being cavalier about his dead mother earlier. He seems like a genuinely nice guy, and I think it's awesome to love your mom a lot. In any case, Aaron votes for Jessica. Tie! Jessica smiles, because she knows her worthless ass has it made. Anna tells us that it's a hot night for the Black Team, since they not only won the weigh-in but get to decide who's going home on the Blue Team. Indeed.
Oh, wait! The Black Team can actually vote ANYONE from the Black Team off, except for Mark. That makes things a little more interesting. Each contestant gets to make a plea to the Black Team, and there are many tears shed. Stupid Lisa says that she's more ready to go home than Adam is, so if they're thinking of eliminating him they should send her home instead. Frado tells her that of all the people there, Lisa is least ready to go home. Seriously, there was no need for that.