Alex is very glad to have Bob back on hand to beat the crap out of her and the other Blue Team members, and Gina knows that she needed Bob's particular brand of cheerful sadism to get her back on track. Since Pam and Danni are strong and focused and obedient, Jillian avails herself of the opportunity to give some grief to the Blue Team. Jeff is not pleased to have Herself yelling in his ear, and tells us that negative reinforcement doesn't really work for him. While other people may buy into it, he doesn't. And thus, Jeff gives Jillian some lip. Pam and Danni have a little attack of PTSD in anticipation of what is to come. And indeed, Jillian starts screaming at Jeff to be the man that he should be. They yell at each other for a while, until Jillian tells Jeff to go back to Bob. She tells both of them that Jeff phones it in all the time AND has an attitude to boot, and could actually win this show if he'd only get his shit together. Jillian claims not to give a crap, but Bob does not believe it. She wouldn't have come back to this show unless she cared...about the giant bags emblazoned with dollar signs that were given to her upon her return.
And then it's time for the weigh-in! Sami (who is wearing what looks like Jiffy-pop wrappers) asks how the Red Team did this week in light of their elimination trauma, and Dolvett notes that Jackson took the lead in his absence. Jackson says that he's always been a ripped bald black guy on the inside, and it finally came out. Oh, I'm so glad he's still on this show! There's a yellow line this week, with normal elimination rules. The Blue Team is first to weigh in. Michael steps on the scale, and goes from 396 to 384, for a loss of 12 pounds. David is next, and goes from 272 to 263, for a loss of 11. Then there's Alex, who goes from 221 to 217, for a loss of 4 pounds. She's clearly disappointed, and Bob notes that Alex has been putting in a ton of effort. Homesick Gina is next, and goes from 215 to 206, for a loss of 9 pounds. She's pleased, and Bob tells us that Gina could be the woman to watch. Finally, Jeff steps on the scale. He goes from 348 to 342, for a loss of 6 pounds. Jillian just rolls her eyes. Jeff was hoping for double digits, but says he's not sure why he didn't get them. He gives Jillian some grief for her techniques, and she says that he needs to get into a headspace where he is owning and controlling this experience, he'll do himself a real favor. Bob also wants to make sure that the intensity is there for Jeff. All this attention on Jeff has made me realize just how much he looks like a Simpsons character. The Blue Team has lost 40 pounds total, or 2.75%.