Meanwhile, we get some deep thoughts from Kim. She says that she's so glad the Red Team isn't a part of any of this drama. Oh, but they totally are! This drama is all-encompassing! She says that from day one, she's preached not to play this crazy game and get wrapped up in it. Yeah, except when she basically told her team to vote out Amy. Kim notes that the Black Team's freaking out, and the Blue Team's freaking out, but the Red Team is training. We'll see how far this gets them. David gives us a little speech about how moral he's been up until this point. Yeah, I don't know about that, Randy Travis.
Elsewhere, Jillian has to give the former Black Team a pep talk. Hollie worries that if her team goes below the yellow line for the week, she'll be the one eliminated. Jillian tells them that there's no pouting, and no sulking, and that they need to pull their shit together. Is there ever a reason not to love her? Julie feels like the Red and Blue Teams have ganged up against the Black Team, and the only way to foil them is to stay above the yellow line. Jillian is proud of the fact that her team has worked their butts off and functioned with integrity.
Oh, but wait. Jillian has a one-on-one with Amy, who has a guilty secret. Turns out that last week, Amy lost zero pounds because she was pressured by Neil. Jillian asks why Neil pressured Amy to throw the weigh-in, and she says that he told her the Red and Blue Teams needed to form an alliance to oust the Black Team, or they would be toast. Amy seems genuinely upset. Jillian tells Amy to put the game aside and go after what she wants. Amy says she wants to lose weight, and Jillian tells her to stop being such a freaking ninny. Well, that's the subtext anyway. Amy realizes that she screwed herself out of a good week. Jillian tells her that Amy has her trust and dedication, and now all she needs is for Amy to be as dedicated to herself as Jillian is to her. The whole thing is so intimate, I totally expected them to make out a little.