Dolvett and Adrian have another talk, and Adrian tells him that everything is okay with the Red Team. He doesn't want to rat anyone out, but Dolvett intuits that shade is happening. Adrian is, I think, the first person to say, "It's The Biggest Loser, not The Biggest Friendship," and for that I award him one million points. Dolvett wants Adrian to give it to him straight. But Adrian would rather have a conversation as a group, so the others don't think he's trying to further divide them. We cut to this group meeting. No one speaks at first, so Dolvett asks Kim to start things off. She talks about Adrian waltzing in the middle of the bonded group, which has been a challenge for her. Adrian talks about how nice everyone was when he and Daphne were eliminated. He was hoping for that same support when they returned to campus. Dolvett says that Adrian needs to view himself as the new guy that he is. He can't force-feed himself to the others. However, to make a successful team, the others have to open up. Dolvett tells everyone to bring their best selves to the team, because he is not down with this shit. Adrian vows, correctly, to hold a grudge.
With that, it's last chance workout time. Adrian gets a little mouthy with Dolvett, which I think we can all agree is a bad call. Dolvett continually increases the treadmill running speed, and Conda looks like she might expire. Sadly, she does not. They then run at an 11.0, and everyone survives again. Boo. On the Black Team, Jeremy maybe pukes all over himself. At the very least, he coughs all over himself. The whole team kind of wants to die, and Bob gives himself a pat on the love handles for a job well done.