Next thing we know, it's 4:20 a.m. Trainer Bob enters the house with a bullhorn, calling for the Black Team. Joe is not so sure about this early-morning thing, but will do what he has to do to avail himself of Bob's expertise and beatings. Bob enters the ladies' room and starts singing and dancing. He is WAY too peppy for 4:30 a.m. Bob tells the sleepy ladies that they only have two hours to work out, and he doesn't want to waste a minute of it, so they need to get moving. Sunny is all, "Why did we choose this God forsaken time slot?" That is the right instinct. Once they hit the gym, Bob lets his real feelings show by saying, "Yes, I'm so glad that you ate 37 donuts to work out at 5:00 in the morning." I knew that cheeriness couldn't last!
Beatings happen. We learn the lesson that when you're a person with responsibilities and whatnot, working out in the morning is a good option. Bob tells us that if you wait until the end of the day, you'll find a million reasons not to go to the gym. I have only one excuse not to go to the gym first thing in the morning, which is that I'M TOO FUCKING TIRED AND ALSO NOT INSANE. In other news, if you think that Bob's going to let go of the fact that control freak John ate 37 donuts, you are incorrect. He nicknames John "donut," and then engages him in some calorie-burning manual labor. We learn that Donut John is a high school special ed teacher, and also coaches football. Additionally, he has a wife and two kids who love him. At one point in his life, John was an athlete who liked posing for cheesy pictures cheesily. He's ready to feel healthy again, and tells us that at the present moment he's about as low as he can get.