After a break, Mark approaches Kim on the beach so he can look at her giant rack in a bikini. No, actually he wants to talk about her feelings about being an outsider. The rack is just a bonus. Kim explains that she's a target, but it makes her try harder. Mark recognizes that Kim is a competitor and force in the house, and deserves to be there. He doesn't condone or approve of how mean the others in the house are being. Mark is a fellow butt-buster, and points out that he doesn't care for the drama and gamesmanship in the house. He tells Kim that he won't vote for her, and would rather go head-to-head with a true competitor in the end than take her out because she's a threat. They commiserate over the fact that there are folks in the house who have skated through the game without doing much hard work and are still there. This whole thing was a classy move on behalf of Mark, and may I add that both of these folks are looking quite trim. It's clear that they've put in the work. I do think this whole Kim subplot is an effort to give us someone we can actually root for at this point. If I'm remembering correctly, it wasn't so long ago that Kim was also kind of the worst.
It's then time for the weigh-in, which takes place at Pearl Harbor. It's so windy, per usual when they do a destination weigh-in. There are battleships surrounding them, which is maybe a metaphor? Conda has immunity, so weighs in first. She goes from 221 to 217, for a loss of 4 pounds or 1.81%. I was really hoping for the drama that would ensue if she gained. Alas, we're stuck with her for at least another week. Chris is next, and goes from 177 to 174 for a loss of 3 pounds. When you add in her one pound advantage from the challenge, she's lost 2.26%. Mark is next, and goes from 204 to 200 pounds or 1.96%. He really wanted to break 200, but Dolvett tells him that it's a great number regardless. Jeremy is next, and goes from 273 to 266, for a loss of 7 pounds or 2.56%. He's definitely safe.
Megan weighs in next, and goes from 198 to 195, for a loss of 3 pounds or 1.52%. She's in danger, but this means that Chris is safe. Buddy is next, and needs to have lost more than 5 ponds to stay safe. He goes from 281 to 275 for a loss of 6 pounds or 2.14%. He'll live to see another week. Kimmy is next, and must have lost more than 3 pounds to remain safe. She goes from 163 to 161, for a loss of 2 pounds. She's happy with the number, even though it means she'll be in danger of elimination. Dolvett isn't happy with her happiness, and says that though he enjoys Kimmy the person, he still hasn't been able to uncover a competitive edge in her. He wonders if Kimmy is there for herself, or there for Megan. For her part, Kimmy is just happy that she didn't gain. With 1.23% lost, she's below the yellow line. Mark is safe, but Megan is still in danger. Finally, Kim weighs in. As we know, she's had kind of a rough time of it in this sea of bitches. She will need to have lost more than 2 pounds to stay safe. Kim goes from 176 to 171, for a loss of 5 pounds. Hooray! She's not only safe, but rocked it. At 2.84%, she's the biggest loser of the week.