The Red Team, for some reason, watches their home videos under the stars, where a giant video screen has been set up. Bryan's wife sends him a message, and you can tell that she totally wants to get down to some dirty sex talk, but she suspects that this video will be shown to the world. I think I've mentioned this before, but Bryan's wife is really cute. Next, Phil gets a video from his wife and adorable daughter, who for sure inherited Phil's big head. He cries. He's such a sensitive dude! I love it. Amy's little girls then tell her via video how much they love her. They're awfully cute, but in truth, they don't seem like they miss her that much. David's many kids -- one of whom looks exactly like him -- give a giant "We love daddy!" refrain. And then, woah! David's wife is a stone fox! If this show has taught us one thing, it's that fat dudes can land babes. And look at all those kids -- they clearly go at it like mad dogs. Go, David! ["Of course fat dudes can land babes, Potes. Don't you watch television? CBS sitcoms don't lie." -- Miss Alli]
As Jillian's team is making lunch, she approaches them in a way that indicates she's about to do something that embarrasses her tremendously. She starts off by telling them that one tip to avoid nibbling on things while you're making dinner is to chew gum. ["Ah, yes. The gum-chewing advice, given by many people who have never been fat. Eat a pickle! It's just like a bag of chips! Drink club soda while your friends are having margaritas, and you'll feel just like one of the gang! Fuckin' assholes. But...uh, back to the weecap." -- Miss Alli] Her favorite, she says while holding up a pack of gum with its name clearly displayed for the camera, is Wrigley's Extra Supermint gum. Only five calories a slice! I have to give Bob credit for the more seamless integration of the product placement, I have to say.