So, the contestants are indeed still in D.C., and Dolvett's team engages in a White House-adjacent last chance workout. Bob takes his folks to the gym, and notices that Chris is being a weirdo with no apparent interest in the weigh-in or the competition. If that's the case, Bob says, he's going to focus on Conda. Chris whines that she doesn't feel like she has a choice, because of things she needs to deal with at home. That's the rest of her life, she says, and this is temporary. Bob is in no mood, to be honest. He tells us that it would be crazy of her to throw away everything at this point. A relationship is a give and take, Bob tells Chris, and he asks when Roy supports her. She has no answer for that, which is not a good sign. And then she starts bawling, which is even less of a good sign. He tells her that her options are to stay and respect the process, or go home. Eh, I'm fine with her going home.
After a break, Bob tells Chris that she needs to stay in the house and take care of herself, and then she can take care of her relationship. Roy, meanwhile, needs to take care of his own damn self, or get an elf assistant to help him out. Chris agrees, and is back in the game. Triumph of the spirit, etc. Kelly Clarkson plays as working out continues. This show was so much more exciting when Michelle Obama was on it.
Before you know it, we're back in L.A. for the weigh-in. Conda has a one-pound disadvantage, while Buddy has a one-pound advantage. Chris has a mental disadvantage. Buddy is first on the scale, and goes from 269 to 260, for a loss of 9 pounds or 3.72%. That's great, considering that there wasn't a whole lot of quality workout time this week. Kim is next, and goes from 164 to 162, for a loss of 2 pounds or 1.22%. Not fantastic, but she is at peace about the whole situation. Jeremy is next, and goes from 260 to 249, for a loss of 11 pounds or 4.23%. He's definitely safe.
Then there's Conda. She goes from 210 to 205, for a loss of 5 pounds. With her one pound disadvantage, that's 1.9%. Mark is next, and goes from 200 to 196, for a loss of 4 pounds or 2.0%. This puts Kim squarely below the yellow line, and she knows that if she goes up against Conda she's screwed. Chris is the last to weigh in, and goes from 170 to 172, for a gain of two pounds. That's what happens when you eat a peanut butter and mayo burger! Bob tells her to remember how lousy she felt after binging, and to realize that she deserves any happiness that she gets. He wants her to learn from this mistake, because then it will be a mistake worth making.