And then it's time for Biingo to get his big surprise! Bob takes him to Harry Grove stadium, home of the minor league baseball team the Frederick Keys, farm team to the Baltimore Orioles. Brandon Somethingorother, pitcher for the Keys, comes out and gives Biingo a customized shirt. Brandon once had a shoulder injury, just like Biingo now has a foot injury. And then Brandon teaches Biingo some pitching stuff, and everyone trots around the bases. Biingo has now reconsidered his position on surprises.
With that, fun time is over and the trainers return to the ranch. The contestants are happy to see them, and the Red Team tells Dolvett that Action Jackson stepped up. And maybe didn't even vomit? The White Team tells Jillian that they did all her workouts and hit their numbers, AND killed it on the 5K. Jillian knows that Pam is strong and capable and so isn't surprised that she came in third on the 5K. She says that if her team did indeed follow orders then they should be fine. Bob talks with the Blue Team, who are less enthusiastic in recounting their experiences. Well, this should be a doozy of a last chance workout.
Oh no, and then it's time for the return of product placement! This time, Dolvett casually introduces the Red Team to Yoplait's pre-packaged Greek yogurt mixed berry smoothie. You put it in the blender with some milk, and use about 15 times the packaging as you would if you just bought a vat of yogurt and a package of frozen berries. I am, in fact, a smoothie enthusiast (ensmoothiast?) and would recommend the Amazon subscribe and save option for this mega-powder, as it is half the cost of getting it at Whole Foods. I am no nutrition expert, though, so it could be powdered lard and I'd still be like, "I feel so healthy!" But throw in a banana and some frozen strawberries and that shit is delicious. Don't be afeared of the green color!
Anyway, last chance workout. Bob is concerned, and enlists Jillian and the White Team for a combined beating. Dolvett sequesters the Red Team in the gym. He pays special attention to Jackson and Joe, and notes that Joe hasn't stepped up to the plate in a fashion that pleases him yet. He's a bit of an excuse-giver, which gives Dolvett an excuse to get a little scary in the eyes. Joe is all, "Wah, my knee!" and steps outside to stretch. Dolvett thinks he's just relaxing, though, and wonders why the former athlete of the bunch isn't pushing himself more. Joe ostensibly appreciates the "encouragement," in a very relaxed-sounding way.