Oh God, and then Cassandra starts crying too at the prospect of lifting a 40-pound weight. As it turns out, she's got confidence problems. She was an English major and wanted to be a journalist and writer, but didn't feel like she could present herself in a professional capacity being heavy. Cassandra acknowledges that she squanders her own dreams with self-doubt. Bob knows that Cassandra crumbles when she's confronted with pressure, but he doesn't care about the fear in her eyes. He says that his team members are always facing off with themselves, and he wants them to win every time. Cassandra lifts her big weight not once, but like ten times. Triumph of the spirit!
Bob and Dolvett then have their peeps do mini face-offs in the gym. Emily and Santa go head to head on the rowing machine, and Emily takes it by a hair. Kim and Chism also row, Chris and Mark do something with weights, and there are also some treadmill shenanigans. Cassandra and Conda have some action on a stability ball thingy, and Dolvett sweetens the deal by making them agree that the loser will buy lunch for the winner. Let me guess: Subway is somehow involved? Cassandra wins, but Conda claims that she cheated. Cassandra offers to redo, but Dolvett doesn't authorize that. Conda will have to spring for that five dollar footlong after all!
We cut to the kitchen where Conda brings Subway to Cassandra, with thinly-veiled annoyance. Cassandra snits back, "Shocking that you followed through." Oh, it is ON. Dolvett enters to find Cassandra munching on her sub and saying stupid shit like, "Victory never tasted so good!" and "It's sooo good going down." This is all a little ugly (yet lame!) even for Dolvett. Conda talks about battles and wars, but Dolvett is more interested in product placement. Think you don't have time to eat healthy? Go to Subway! Conda and Cassandra rehash the whole cheating controversy, and Dolvett suggests a last chance workout rematch. Conda claims that she will congratulate Cassandra if she wins fair and square, but I somehow doubt that that's true.