The challenge begins, and it turns out that it's quite hard to turn that anchor wheel. The teams look like little T-shirted hamsters, scurrying in futility. Kim starts to feel a little nauseous with all the circling, and most of the contestants just look plainly miserable. Nancy cheers on her teammates from the sidelines rather maniacally, and even starts to annoy her own team. On the Black Team, Gail jumps off of the wheel to start working on the puzzle, much to the chagrin of her teammates. She says that she's good at doing anything with her mind, but then Jeremy tells us that on the way to the challenge Gail said that she was dyslexic and horrible at puzzles. That is hilarious. Her teammates yell at her to get back on the wheel. Chism is ACTUALLY good at puzzles, as proven by last week's challenge, so takes over puzzle construction duties for the Black Team. He notes that after Gail's handiwork the pieces were not at all in the right places. The Black and Red Teams basically finish the puzzles at the same time, and scurry back to the wheel to try to foist it up. The Black Team wins by a hair, and Jeremy kisses the puzzle piece with his likeness and gives a wink to the ladies.
And then! We take a trip to Chicago to catch up with the booted Aqua team, Daphne and Adrian. Frozen pizza-hater Rachel pays them a visit, to help them in their quest to lose 50 pounds in a month and get back on the ranch. And guess what they're cooking with today? Oh yes, Jennie-O turkey. Taking the product placement on location! The Aqua Team really gets the worst of everything.
With that, it's last chance workout time. Dolvett promises that there will be pain, sweat, yelling and butt-kicking. Revolutionary, I know. How ever did he think of such an unusual twist? Kim and Kimmy are a little nervous that when they lose, their teammates will boot them for being such poor gamblers. Bob's Black Team starts the last chance workout outside. He tells them that winning or losing the five-pound advantage won't seal the deal on the weigh-in. And then back in the gym, Dolvett notices that someone has spray painted "good luck" on the "94 lbs" wall. It was Megan! She thinks it's hilarious, though Dolvett is not so amused. First of all, why is there even spray paint in the gym? I mean. Oooh, and then Bob gets pissed off watching the Red Team, because Dolvett is basically copying classic Bob workouts accumulated through seasons past. Dolvett tells us that Bob doesn't have his exercises trademarked. See, that's the kind of scrappy survivor instinct that I love. Dolvett was basically just like, "Too bad so sad." Jeremy notes that when Bob is pissed the Black Team workouts get harder. Gail slows down and when Bob yells at her, she says she's trying. That makes him even madder, and he gets a little abusive-dad on her. The rest of the Black Team members seem rather scared. Bob wants to escape the toxic environment that he created, so takes his team back outside. Everyone stands at attention except for Gail, who is sitting down. When Bob tells everyone to freeze and asks what he sees, Gail actually has the nerve to say, "Sedentary people." Bob counters that he sees one sedentary person. At this point I am kind of worried that he's going to whack her with a tire iron.