Brady and Phil have to decide upon a multi-grain bagel with light cream cheese versus a ham, egg and cheese English muffin sandwich. Brady tries to throw Phil off by reiterating that the cream cheese is light. Phil doesn't fall for it, and both guess that the egg and cheese is better. Correct! The bagel is full of empty carbs, and apparently cream cheese is really, really bad for you. Egg sandwiches are one of my favorite foods, so I am rejoicing about this. With Blue up by one, we have Heba squaring off against Michelle. They vote on one grilled chicken burrito with the works versus 18 bottles of light beer. Put that all together and it equals a happening Friday night! Michelle votes for the beer, while Heba goes with the burrito. She says she's stumped because she drinks a lot of beer, and also knows how many calories are in a burrito. But it turns out she's correct. If you were weighing a burrito versus 17 light beers, though, it would be a draw. They do always say it's important to set limits. In any case, the Blue Team wins. Curses.
We head to the gym along with the contestants. Heba tells us that Phil is taking the game where it doesn't need to be. For example, he allegedly approached Brady on the basketball court with a plan to oust Heba. Heba thinks that Phil has something against her personally. Who wouldn't? Heba says she would be embarrassed to be Phil. I would be embarrassed to have such a lack of self-awareness. To each her own, I guess. As a raccoon washes his hands in the pool, the Blue Team approaches the Black Team during dinner, likely about something nefarious. Oh, yes. Heba confronts Phil because he's "talking about her" again. Heba particularly has an issue with Phil saying something about how she's always hugging Bob in front of the cameras. A little close to home there, eh? Heba wonders why Phil would go to her friend and "blasphemy" her. Yeah, and right after she turned Gatorade into wine and fed the multitudes with a 100-calorie snack pack. Brady is all for the Phil attack, since there's only room for one rooster in this hen house. Well, more health-conscious egg sandwiches for all of us, I guess.
Coleen, on behalf of the rest of us, thinks that this whole thing is stupid, tells Phil and Heba so, and then leaves the room. For his part, Phil is befuddled, since on the basketball court he was not saying anything offensive about Heba, but rather wanted to have a gameplay-type conversation. Whatever Brady took back to Heba, says Phil, was blown completely out of proportion. Renee agrees, and totally thinks Heba is a drama queen. Heba, living up to her reputation, tells Phil that he has no reason to say anything against her except for the fact that he hates her. Well, who could blame him for that, really. Michelle is livid that the Blue Team is trying to cause tension between them and Phil. Heba takes the morally superior ground of telling Phil that she can forgive him, and he's the one who has to live with being so hateful. Yeah, but she has to live with being Heba. Which fate is worse -- this or that? Anyway, Heba can't get over it. When Phil tries to explain that he doesn't hate her, she yells aggressively that she already forgave him and that she's the bigger person. In this competition, is that really a good thing? She then goes on to tell him that he's a slimy snake in the grass and she would be embarrassed to be him. Heba interviews that Phil doesn't deserve to have a person like her in his life. No, in fact, he doesn't. As obnoxious as he may be, even he doesn't deserve it. Phil feels like everyone hates him and is kind of sad about it. He goes up to his room, and the ladies of the Black Team go to him and tell him that he's still their teammate and they're happy to have him, no matter what was said. They want to differentiate themselves from the "Blue Monster," at which they succeed simply by not being completely fucking annoying. Well done!