In the gym, Conda confesses to Bob that the change freaks her out and she doesn't want to be the weak link on the Black Team. Her perception is that the teams train very differently, and that she'll be behind the curve of everyone else. When Dolvett enters, Conda cries and gives him a big hug. He tells her that she's on the ranch to lose weight, no matter who her trainer is, and she can't lose focus. The voice of wisdom! Also, Dolvett is really excited to have Jeremy on his team. He is, after all, much less of a pain in the ass than Conda. Bob, however, is concerned about the Black Team. He says that Conda is a huge influence in the house, and he doesn't think Daphne understands exactly how much control she has over both teams. If that is true, I really don't understand it either. Jeremy gets really pouty while working out with Dolvett, and also falls. He says he loves the people, but the Red Team is not his team. As regards this show in general, have you ever seen more co-dependent people in your life? If only Anna Kournikova were there to tell him to grow a testicle! Everyone is stressed, and the anti-Daphne sentiment is growing. Kimmy tells us that if Daphne wanted to turn the whole house upside down and put everybody through a lot of anxiety and heartbreak, she got her wish. Now, okay. I don't think that Daphne's move was the best strategy out there, but these folks are being a LITTLE dramatic. Two people were switched! That's it! Jeremy cries some more, and the Red Team folks tell him how much they love him. I don't know how anyone can stand to be in that house for a minute.
Daphne, meanwhile, is surprised both at how pissed everyone is and how obvious it is that she was the one who made this decision. Bob has a tête-à-tête with her and asks what she was thinking. She says that she was pissed, and in fact is glad that Jeremy's pissed right now. She adds that her staying with Bob was the most important thing. Bob asks why she doesn't just fess up. She says that the Red Team kicked her brother out of the house and it was personal, and her switching Conda and Jeremy was personal too. That doesn't really explain the lack of 'fessing up, but okay. Bob wants Daphne to focus on making a business decision rather than a personal one. He tells us that Daphne has stirred up some shit in the house. Eh, at least she's trying to make it interesting for the home viewing audience. But he doesn't think she was thinking clearly. He wanted everyone to love Daphne, especially after her victory on the scale last week, but she made a really poor choice. Back at the house, several contestants talk about what they ate or didn't eat, and Daphne kind of skulks behind them. Everyone gets weird, as Daphne tries (poorly) to keep up the ruse of her innocence.