Arthur is up next, and has lost 92 pounds since he first started on the show. As long as he hasn't gained weight this week, he's above the Dreadline. Arthur goes from 415 to 406, for a loss of 9 pounds or 2.17%. Oh, good for him. Jesse is quite proud, and Bob notes that everyone was worried except for Arthur and his dad, which is great. Olivia is next, and is on the cusp of being below 200 pounds. She too is safe unless she gains weight. Olivia goes from 206 to 202, for a loss of 4 pounds or 1.94%. She's disappointed not to have reached the 100s. Sarah is next, and looks mightily worried. She goes from 208 to 204, for a loss of 4 pounds or 1.92%. She's safe from the Dreadline. Irene is next to weigh in, and goes from 198 to 195, for a loss of 3 pounds or 1.52%. She was hoping for more, but says it is what it is.
Hannah is next, and goes from 194 to 193, for a loss of 1 pound or .52%. She's disappointed, but is very happy that she didn't gain anything. Courtney is next, and goes from 258 to 256, for a loss of 2 pounds or .78%. These ladies have some really low numbers this week, and things are not looking good for the Black Team in the overall competition. The remaining three players need to lose 8 pounds a piece, which is totally not happening. Marci is up next, and we'll see if she tried to throw the weigh-in. She goes from 181 to 182, for a gain of 1 pound. She admits that she did this because she didn't want any of the young people, including Jen, to go home, and says that this is what makes her feel right. Jillian may or may not want to kill her. It's hard to say at this point. Marci has gained .55%, which means that Jen is still in danger.
Jesse is next to weigh-in, and wonders if he's done enough to escape the Dreadline. I hope the other folks didn't get to him. And aw, man. Jesse goes from 238 to 241, for a gain of 3 pounds or +1.26%. The bastards got to him. Arthur starts crying, for good reason. Jesse says that he has no regrets, and that his greatest fear was that he would just beat out Arthur to stay on campus. He doesn't want everyone to be sad, because they're all going to go home at some point, and he's just going home a little earlier. Frankly, I think he's just going to be glad to get away from the Black Table of Judgment. Jen is safe, and feels much relieved.