Without further ado, it's noon, and the grannies and grandpas are working out with Anna. Anna tells us that you're lucky to get two hours to work out in the real world, so these old folks should not complain about their current situation. We learn that Johnny is quite fond of giving up quickly. He steps off of the treadmill, then off of the stair stepper before his time is up. Anna gives him heck (she hasn't quite worked her way up to hell yet) for getting off the machine with only six seconds left to go. Dumb as a box of poo, that one. Anna shares with us a famous Russian proverb, which goes: "Don't sit on the couch and spit at the ceiling and expect things to happen for you." I... uh... okay. Russians, man. Everyone is kind of sick of Johnny and his excuses. Johnny insists on a five minute break, in which I guess he's going to go spit at the ceiling.
Meanwhile, Dolvett, of whom I would eat 37, is taking advantage of the fact that his team's late-night workout gives him a chance to review their food journals and figure out how many calories they need to burn. The Red Team is super focused on nutrition. And that's why they eat Yoplait light yogurt. I am so enamored of Dolvett that I didn't even see that coming! And boy, does he ever sell that there are 30 Yoplait light flavors. Drool. He should balance a full yogurt container on his flexed bicep! Dolvett takes his team into the gym, and tells us his motto: "Go hard, go hard, and no excuses." Now I'm just thinking about making out with him. He yells a bunch, and Patrick tells us that Dolvett is very affable outside of the gym, but as soon as he gets near a treadmill he becomes a monster. In an enjoyable way, though, because his muscles are glistening and stuff.