The appetizers are taken out to the judges, Frado and Adam. Frado says that he knows the three Black Team chefs are terrible cooks, so his plan is to pick the appetizer that he least likes. The chefs watch on closed circuit TV and crack up at how Frado relishes one dish and says the other -- made by his own team -- is disgusting. Ada and Mark judge the entrees, while Brendan and Jesse judge dessert. For the appetizers, Frado votes for the ceviche while Adam goes for the papaya salad. This means that each team voted for their own, and the teams are tied at one. Frado tells us that the ceviche was the worst dish, and he had a gut feeling that his team made it. For entrees, Ada votes for the grilled tuna and ratatouille, as does Mark. This means that the Blue Team gets two points. For desserts, Jesse chooses the peachy ice cream-esque cup, which was made by the Black Team, and so does Brendan. This means that it's a tie! Lorena is psyched. For the tiebreaker, the judges have to guess how many calories are in their team's dessert. The team who is closest wins. The Blue Team remains calm while the Black Team in-fights and swears. Frado stalks off and swears some more, and Jesse laughs at the Black Team's epic meltdown. All of Lorena's earlier enthusiasm has been quelled by the fact that she has a team of psychos. In the end the Black Team guesses 185 calories, while the Blue Team guesses 109. The Blue Team wins! Their dessert was 100 calories, while the Black Team's dessert was 140. Frado pouts.
The Blue Team meets to decide which Black Team member they want to put on the scale this week. Elizabeth emerges as a natural choice, since she's consistently been on the bottom. However, they wonder if she might be due for a big number. Brendan thinks that Jessica is a weak link for the Blue Team, but some other folks think that the Blue Team will know that she'll be on the block. Patrick doesn't seem to care, and says that it's an old-fashioned shoot-out between Jessica and Elizabeth.
With that, it's time for the week's challenge, which takes place on the beach. Boats are involved! Sami says that the team who wins today's challenge has the option to block the other team's pick at the weigh-in. Lisa tells us that the Blue Team is screwed if they lose this weigh-in, since the Black Team has a shallow pool of non-performers. It's Liz or bust. The teams will compete in a dragon boat race, which is considered the ultimate team sport. Sami says that it's not just about strength -- you have to be in sync as a team. The race is 1,000 meters -- 500 meters to a buoy, and 500 meters back. The Blue Team of course has a ten second advantage. Each team has to pick one member to steer, while everyone else paddles. Jessica steers for the Blue Team, while Anna steers for Black.