Bob then starts making up really annoying songs with which to taunt his people. Joe tells us that early morning Bob is bizarro Bob. He has an evil grin, and is extra happy, and also really sadistic. I guess he's fond of the Meth N' Eggs platter at Denny's. Also, in case you forgot, Antone used to play in the NFL. Now he cries a lot when he's on the spin bike. Bob yells at Antone that he expects greatness and that what Antone's doing is not enough, and Antone cries and sweats and screams and then starts beating up his bike. The bike wins, though, because it tosses Antone right off! Antone then pounds the floor and cries some more. He is like the most dramatic person ever to be on this show, and that's saying something. Bob approves of this whole track that Antone is on, and expresses said approval by yelling at Antone a whole bunch more. He then tells him to get his ass off of the ground. But as everyone else goes off to the rowers, Antone stays on the ground and shakes. Bob wants to release Antone's demons, and to do so he's channeling Dr. Phillian. Antone tells Bob that he's still all torn up because he's at the back of the pack. It really must be difficult to be beaten in a fistfight by a stationary bike. Bob tells Antone to cut himself some slack, and that he's proud of him, and that everything will work out. See, things are so much nicer when nobody is yelling or pounding or shaking or having altercations with inanimate objects.
Meanwhile, Jennifer has knee problems. She's persevering despite the pain, though. And then Sunny gives Bob some dirt about Donut John. So, apparently John told Antone that Sunny is a) dumb as a box of rocks; b) dumb as poo; c) has an IQ of 90. Well, she's not the one who ate 37 donuts, is she? Also, apparently Donut John has a vision that he, Antone, Ramon and Vinny will form a secret testosterone-fueled alliance and refer to themselves as "The Four Horsemen," and stay in the game until the end. "The Four Horsemen" part is just weird. Bob suggests to Sunny that she talk to John, and then Sunny calls a team meeting as soon as they leave the gym. Bob is all, "Uh, I didn't mean now." I think he wants to go back to bed. Sunny asks John in quite a confrontational manner why he thinks she's such a dumb-ass. John says that he ACTUALLY said that she's either a genius playing dumb, or just plain dumb. I... guess that's better? John then calls out Antone for saying that he would possibly vote off Joe if they lost the weigh-in, and that he has no friends in the house. This conversation apparently led John to say that he'd ask Jennifer not to vote off Antone. Everyone is basically like, "What?" This narrative makes very little sense. Joe tells us that John has all sorts of back-door deals going on, and it's not cool. Antone then jumps in and tells John that it's also not cool to call someone dumb as a box of poo, no matter how smirky you are about it. Bob tells his team to get it in check, because the other teams are looking for cracks in their united front. John apologizes to Sunny, then says he ate the donuts for the team. He then tells us that he didn't come here to be a villain. Good luck with that, buddy.