With the new two-team system, the competition has been ratcheted up. None of the Blue Team members have ever been below the yellow line, which they think is a pretty good sign. They seem a little cocky, but Jay acknowledges that you never know what's going to happen, and they still have to get in the gym and do their work. They also know that Jillian is a force, and tends to pull it out of the bag when you didn't even know there WAS a bag to begin with. Jillian tells her team that she knows they're at least in part feeling rejected by Bob, but everything happens for a reason. Bob's not a perfect person. There's many things he wishes he didn't do. But he continues learning. He never meant to do those things to Boo...ernie. Nonetheless, Bernie has something to prove, and how. Bob tells the Blue Team that there is strength in numbers -- both weigh-in numbers and team numbers. He's ready to hunker down and work it out. Jillian, meanwhile, is ready to continue dealing with their issues. She says that to her, nothing has changed. Brittany acknowledges that she's worried about the weigh-in.
Bob wants his team to do some yoga. He says you're only as old as your spine is flexible. That's an adage for the ages. And then he says, "I want to be able to get my guys doing something like yoga because they're exploring their bodies all over again." So THAT'S Bob's secret for extra nighttime, under-the-covers calorie-burning. While Bob has his team clearing their minds, Jillian has her team punching stuff. Meanwhile, Bob's team reaches their legs up toward the sky. As it turns out, Trent is a natural yogi. He digs it. Bob loves him even more, and can see the athlete inside him. Jillian continues the punching instruction, so that if her team loses the weigh-in they can at least inflict some damage on the Blues. Hope you weren't too attached to that nose, Jay. Bernie still really, really has something to prove. He pops up on screen every four minutes just to remind us.