After the challenge, we see John working out in his room and wondering who to give the one pound disadvantage to. Everyone else talks about it without him. Apparently, Vinny asked John to do no harm and give him the disadvantage, since he's rocking the three pound advantage and won't really be adversely affected. However, Sunny wonders if John will give her the disadvantage since she's in a relatively weak position. She had a big loss last week, so her numbers will probably be smaller this week. Antone thinks that he or Ramon might get it. Basically, everyone is nervous. The one thing they can agree on is that John is kind of shady. And they haven't even seen how he twirls around in his flabby cape! I am sorry for giving you this mental image before the best meal of the year, by the way.
Last chance workout! Vinny gets agitated about how Bob is always in his face, and John continues to be a giant weirdo. As he trips himself up on his jump rope and starts to have a mental crack, Dolvett asks what's up and why John doesn't have as much energy as usual. John says he's tired and feels like he have nothing to give, and so Dolvett yells at him when he tries to grab the top of the treadmill. He tells John to fight, and makes it clear that he's not about to let John take secret rest breaks. Instead, he tells him that they are there to win, and bumps up the treadmill speed. Unlike Anna, I get the feeling that this is a man who would like to keep this gig.
With that, it's weigh-in time. John has to announce who will get the one pound disadvantage, and admits that he made his decision based on what would improve his own position. You can't exactly blame him for that, and yet he makes it all so unpleasant. John gives the disadvantage to Sunny, and everyone in turn thinks that he is a giant skeeze. John is first on the scale, and goes from 310 to 305 pounds, for a loss of 5 pounds. Dolvett heads out early to get a good place in the unemployment line. John says that he's had a great run, and Sami has to remind him that the weigh-in isn't over yet. Dolvett claims that a different man is standing on the scale, given that John says that he appreciates his loss, but Bob isn't so sure. He says he can see that John is pissed. It doesn't take much for John to admit that this is the case, and then yell that he wanted 11 pounds but didn't get it. He also thinks that Bob's thigh skin would make an excellent collar. With his one pound advantage, John's percentage of weight lost is 1.94%.