Arthur's team, in fact, has a bit of a different viewpoint. Courtney is livid. LIVID. Not only did he give away Black's strongest team, but he took the weakest Red Team. He put the Black Team in a horrible position, not to mention being a total fuckwit by admitting his fuckwittery aloud. Justin can't even believe this latter move. Deni points out that Arthur is basically saying that the Black Team will vote her and Sarah off. Before Arthur can answer in the affirmative, Jay tells him that karma is a bitch. For real. And it's not even like Arthur has been an asset to his team. I'd certainly vote his ass out if I got a chance. Even the suspect Q can't believe his reasoning. Jen tells Arthur that this is a game, but also a chance to change your life. His game-playing switch is on, and it doesn't appear to be going off anytime soon. Basically, she's telling him he's doomed to be a total fat-ass in perpetuity. Have fun on the forklift that takes you out of your bedroom! Sami breaks it up as the Black Team welcomes Sarah and Deni and Arthur starts to look nervous.
The next day, the contestants are in the gym. Courtney knows that the day of reckoning with Bob and Jillian is coming, and it's not going to be pleasant for anyone. When they enter, everyone gets off the treadmills so they can have a talk. Bob and Jillian welcome Sarah and Deni. Meanwhile, Cara and Brett are psyched to see that they've acquired Jay and Jen, even though they're a bit distressed that Deni and Sarah are missing. When Bob and Jillian learn the details of the challenge, they assume that someone from the Red Team won. Not so, says Marci. Bob first of all is shocked that Arthur ate 35 candies. And then he and Jillian of course are mystified about why Arthur would be such a dumb-ass. He explains himself, and Jillian explains to him that he's created the exact thing that he feared. Isn't that how it always works? The rest of the Black Team members, she says, seem really fucking mad, and he's going to be the first to go. Everyone else is like, "Yeah, that's pretty much how it is." Olivia says that Arthur has strong-armed the rest of them into either making a really bad moral or ethical decision in getting rid of Deni or Sarah, or sending Arthur or his dad home. They lose either way. Jillian notes that Arthur has destroyed everything they've planned for him. She understands that he was afraid and trying to protect himself and his dad, but Bob points out that Arthur has made the Red Team stronger. Jillian gives Arthur a hug and he starts crying. I guess it would feel wrong to just straight-up scream at someone who's obviously so troubled, and such a helpless fuckwit with a lack of basic human reasoning skills. If you think I'm being too hard on Arthur, I implore you to flash back to the time that he almost ate a donut out of the dumpster.