Bob pulls Gina outside and lies that she's the biggest threat in the house. He says that there are Blue Team members who he'd rather not see turn up on the die, but she's not one of them. So he wants her to be unafraid too. Gina explains that she's a natural self-flagellator, and that she's been paralyzed by fear for a long time, and can't even enjoy the accolades that have come her way professionally. She needs to take a lesson in self-confidence from fellow lady lawyer Star Jones! I don't know if it would fix the "more annoying" problem, but at least she'd think highly of herself. Gina says that she'd like to see herself the way Bob sees her. Bob tells Gina not to come from a place of fear, since fear is the main problem that brought her into the house in the first place. He's going to continue rip her ass to shreds, for her own health and happiness.
The trainers all work with their contestants and try to get them to be unafraid of the dice roll. Dolvett is a little concerned about Jackson, particularly if his mind isn't in the game. Jackson's biggest fear in life is letting others down, which certainly happens when he gets a case of the pukes again. He wonders what's wrong with his body, and quite frankly I do too. It can't be right to throw up basically every time you work out. Where's Dr. H. to explain Jackon's fatty esophageal lining to us? As a kid, Jackson thought that he wasn't good enough, and is still trying to get over that feeling. His family had an unhealthy relationship with food, and he picked up their bad habits. Being overweight, he was picked on a lot, and felt completely worthless. He held back from doing a lot of things that he wanted to because he was so concerned of what others would think about his size. Dolvett tells Jackson that he respects him, in part because he's never had an easy road to travel. He points out that bullies will always exist, and Jackson has to know that he's good enough -- more than good enough, even. Dolvett's a proud papa-esque figure, and probably all the vomiting doesn't hurt on the scale.
And then it's time for the trainers to check in with the kids! They explain that this week's theme is leading by example, and so they want the mini-contestants to inspire other kids to have healthier lives. Sunny wants to run a circuit to help get kids excited about exercising, while Lindsay would like to spread an anti-bullying message. Biingo is in a sports club after school, and Bob wants him to recruit some additional kids. All of the kids agree to the challenge, though in truth Biingo seems slightly less excited than the two girls. Or maybe he's just cool like that.