Michelle and Renee are in their room talking about the Blue Team's bullying ways. Michelle says that she has no doubt that they're planning to eliminate Black as quickly as possible. The only option that they have is to work as hard as they can. There's no plan B. Renee points out that she and Michelle are the only team who have been there together from day one, and neither one of them are ready to go home. Bob, meanwhile, tells us that this weigh-in is crucial if his team is to dominate. In the gym, he notes that there's weird energy. Well, duh. He also interviews that in his head he's wondering if this is the first season that the final four will be all Blue Team members. See! I told you. His vision board probably has a big picture of Jillian with a frown on her face. In any case, he's kicking his team's ass. Jillian, meanwhile, is doing the same. She says that she can't stand when the contestants turn into bullies, as she's the only bully in the house. She proves this by telling Renee that she doesn't care if she throws up an intestine. She needs to work harder. Renee appreciates this, knowing that it's do or die. Bob says, "One Black shirt. ONE." over and over again to his team. That's not very Zen of him at all. Renee says that she can't focus on the Blue Team's bullying ways. She has to focus on losing weight, period. Bob tells us that his Blue Team has worked harder than anyone else in the house, and the scale owes them. He looks all crazy-like when he says it. I don't like it one bit. Jillian, meanwhile, doesn't care if her people sweat blood. In fact, I think she'd prefer it. [They say blood is thicker than water, so I presume blood is heavier than sweat, which would give them a tactical advantage. -Zach]
Weigh-ins! Amy, who has lost the most weight on campus so far, is up first. She really looks amazing compared to when she first started on the show. She goes from 173 to 168 for a loss of 5. She notes that it's not her usual number, and that she was hoping for a 6 or better. She's never been below the yellow line, and thinks she might die if she falls. She's lost 2.89%, though, which is pretty respectable. Heba is up next. Heba goes from 231 to 224, for a loss of 7. Jillian looks perturbed. That's 3.03%. Next is Ed, who has to have lost more than 7 pounds to be safe. Ed once again tries to convince us that he's the underdog, and Bob more accurately points out that Ed has been incredibly inconsistent with his weight loss. Ed goes from 262 to 253, for a loss of 9. Yep, he's safe. Jillian is even less happy than she was a moment ago. Michelle gets a feeling of dread and thinks that her luck has run out.