Many thanks to Angel for filling in last week when I was traveling, and also a shout-out to Coleen, who sent me an email full of awesomeness! And there is no official "previously on" at the beginning of this episode, so I'll just make one up. Previously on The Biggest Loser: Amy C. was the hero of a nation, and then kind of a dumb-ass. And Vicky was perhaps crazier than we initially thought. This bitch made a "Revenge" vision board, motherfuckers! Oprah and her life coaches DO NOT approve. And I agree with Angel -- Heba suddenly seemed kind of okay, and it was very puzzling.
And now, on to the current episode. We enter with Michelle and Renee crying in their room. They are extremely sad that Coleen is gone, not only because she was their teammate but because she was an awesome person in general, unlike some other rat finks I shall not name. Michelle correctly tells us that Amy made a mistake in sending Coleen home.
The next morning Jillian enters to find Coleen gone. She's not surprised, and asks Michelle and Renee to tell her what they're thinking. Michelle says that she was hopeful when Vicky fell below the yellow line. She gave Vicky the one-pound penalty, and that was the perfect chance to take a bitch out. And then stupid Amy ruined it all, a mere week after being so awesome! Her first mistake was in feeling bad/guilty about going against her former teammates. If she had kept the spirit of heated rivalry and burgeoning hatred alive, this would be a much different episode. Jillian, who is wise to the ways of this game, says that that if Vicky gets a chance to send Amy home, she'll do it. She guarantees us that Amy's misguided attempt at reconciliation is going to backfire. Jillian, Michelle and Renee know that they're outnumbered. However, when the situation is desperate and dire, Jillian is more determined than ever to beat the weight off of her ladies. And so it shall be done.
Bob walks in to meet his Blue Team, and tells us that he was expecting to see Vicky. And, as we all know, he does see Vicky, and then turns to stone. Bob says that he needed a reconciliation, and for Amy to have redemption. Redemption for what? It is slowly becoming clear that Bob is to blame for some of this. He may pretend that it is for altruistic reasons of team loyalty, but in fact I think that he finally just wants to beat Jillian, and having four Blue Team members in the finals is the only way he can do it. The fact that he is willing to put up with such douchebaggery on his team for two seasons in a row really burns my britches. Amy tells us that what's done is done, and so they're all moving on like adults. Adults who make revenge vision boards. I'm just saying. Bob says that it's a whole new week. Vicky smirks. Heba tells us that Amy thinks she and Vicky are on okay terms, but the truth of the matter is that Vicky is still out to get her. I mean, no shit, Sherlock. Vicky created a written poster-sized document, in which she referred to Amy as a lying bitch. I think Amy has sweated part of her brain away if she believes that they're all Mr. Rogers neighborly. Vicky confirms to us that she still doesn't trust Amy 100%. And is perhaps going to kill her.