Adrian asks his Red Team members to fill him in on what's happened on the ranch so far, and Kim starts in with a lecture about how there's no slacking. Unless you're Conda! Adrian is like, "Got it." He tells them that he's been working out for fourteen hours a day, which gives Kim more opportunity to bitch about him in her interviews. SO MEAN! Wait until you've been in the gym with him for ten minutes before you go around being a total jerk. As the Red Team members minus Adrian huddle together afterward, Conda explains that she's just not a very welcoming person. Awesome, then. Nancy is nicer about the whole shebang, as are the men on the team, who recognize that having another big guy is going to be an asset.
Meanwhile, the Black Team has to deal with the awkwardness resulting from the fact that half of them voted to eliminated Chris. Bob comes to visit and gives Daphne a warm greeting. He encourages the rest of his team members to eliminate the tension, and tells them that Chris has been a fully committed teammate despite her mental crack. Chris says that she wants to break down the walls between her and her teammates, and then they talk about who keeps whom at an arm's length, and Chris reiterates that she wants and needs to be there. Daphne is like, "Lord, what have I gotten myself into?" The Black Team heads to the gym, and all Black Team eyes are on her. Bob has a workout of the day that he calls "Fran." I repeat: Bob has a workout of the day that he calls "Fran." It involves three sets of 21, 15, and then 9 squat thrusts and pull ups done very quickly. You know. "Fran." Everyone is very impressed at their ability to Fran. They can feel the fat melting away as they Fran. Fran it!
And then it's time for the Red Team to workout while giving Adrian the side-eye. Dolvett is excited to give Adrian the full first workout treatment. Everyone remembers how hard it was for them when they first worked out with Dolvett, with all the puking and whatnot. And Adrian is not a punk! He does everything Dolvett asks with no complaints. Dolvett then wants his team members to work their way across a set of monkey bars. And you know who is the only person who can do it? ADRIAN. So shut up, Kim and Conda. While Santa and Mark give Adrian props, Conda tells us that she's still not impressed and that it was one of their easier workouts. Oh my God, could you not just pop her? I don't usually advocate violence, but in this case I make an exception. Dolvett has a heart-to-heart with Adrian, and learns that he has a one-year-old daughter, and a baby on the way. Adrian and his wife lost their first child, who was delivered at six months. He says that the experience made him stronger. We see all sorts of cute photos of Adrian and his wife, who he met when they were both 14 years old, and then he cries as he talks about holding the baby who died in his hands. He turned to food when he couldn't deal with his emotions. After a health scare he started walking every day, and lost 50 pounds before he even came on the show. Suck it, everyone, this guy is awesome.