Oh, and there's Bob! He goes to talk with Dan. Dan reminds us that he's on a team with big fatty liars, and he's sure he's going to be targeted next. He doesn't know what to do. Dan gets teary talking to Bob, and both men wonder why Jay and Mark couldn't just be straightforward and tell Jackie they were going to vote for her. I agree. If you're going to be a dick, at least have the decency to be upfront about it. Dan is working for himself now, and knows that if the Blue Team goes to elimination, he has to be the biggest loser. Bob assures Dan that he's his friend, and is not alone. Dan is all, "Thanks, fivehead."
Meanwhile, Bernie was the Biggest Loser of the Week at the last weigh-in, and so has to climb Prize Mountain and choose his envelope. The three choices once again are family, luxury, and gameplay. Unsurprisingly, Bernie chooses "gameplay." His prize is: "50% off at this week's challenge." Bernie, and I, wonder what the eff that means. Whatever, we're not good at math.
Back at the gym, Dan is a rock, Dan is an iiiiiiisland. He knows the Black folks want to help him, but they're on their own separate team/island and can't do much. His plan is to get the Blue Team guys together and tell them that he's cool with their decision. If he wants to stick around, he says, he has to form a relationship with them. Of course, it's all lies, but he's really committing to the lying. To what end, we do not yet know. Mark tells Dan that he's being very mature, and in fact more mature than Jay and Mark were when they "kind of" lied to him about eliminating Jackie. There's no "kind of" at fat camp, chump. Mark says that they went against their own core values, and Jay adds that it's his single biggest regret of the competition. They handled it incorrectly and he's sorry, he says, and tears up as he adds that they wronged Dan and Jackie. Dan needs to make his mama proud and exploit their guilt for all it's worth.
Roger, who really needs to wear a freaking t-shirt under his hoodie, says that they don't want Dan to feel like a lone wolf. Hey, it worked for Leonard Kosnowski. Roger adds that Dan is the light of the house, and the rest of the Blue Team going to be there for him. Mark volunteers to take a bullet. Literally? I mean, okay. Dan says that in order to stay tight, they need communication and honesty. Now all they need to do to complete the male bonding is beat on their chests, chew on a leg of beast, and drag Jillian around by her hair. Trent is reassured that the Blue Team is back on track. The Blue Team members then huddle, put their hands in, and do a cheer that goes, "One, two, three: PRIDE!" See, this is why men don't generally bond in small groups: they instantly go gay. Mark interviews that if the Blue Team falls below the yellow line again this week, "he" will probably be the one to go home. We assume he's talking about Dan. Vicious queen.