Trainer tip: This Thanksgiving, chew gum! Thanks, Bob.
When we return, Bob reminds us that Ed is the only man in the house. He says that people always think the guys are the threats, but the girls have been blowing up the scales. Ed tries to convince us that he's the underdog, but I don't buy it. He's doing what he can to make sure that he's on the same level as the ladies, but he says it's hard. Bob thinks that Ed has a lot of work to do, since the girls are forging ahead and he's getting beat up. Jillian gleefully watches Bob getting pissed at Ed, who is prissing about needing some water. Drink your sweat, sucker!
It's challenge time, and this week it's all going down on a football field, to no one's surprise. While Vicky and Ed are psyched, Amy is hoping that they don't have to play football, because she doesn't know how. The rules are: hit Vicky as hard as you can. Sami says that football is all about grit and determination and working as a team until it's time to take the ball and run with it. The contestants will be at one end of the field, where footballs will be launched at them. They have to take the footballs and drop them one at a time in basket/box/rack type things that represent each contestant. If you have ten footballs in your basket/box/rack, you're out. The winner of the challenge gets a special ProBowl package, which includes a trip to Hawaii. Vicky thinks she should win, because she's the biggest football fan in history. Michelle likes football, too, though regrettably she's a Cowboys fan. Vicky whispers to Amy that their plan is to take out the Black Team. Well, there's something new and exciting.