Neil tells us that he wanted the three pounds for his team, and so was willing to make the huge sacrifice of eating tons of delicious food. I wish I had a Team to use as excuse every time I make the walk of shame to the vending machine at work. Neil starts chowing down, saying that since he's the fattest, it'll be easier for him to take it. He eats everything in sight, and even downs a little bowl of M&Ms like a shot. He thinks he ate about 1700 calories. In four minutes! Holy crow. This was apparently the team's plan, which is kind of fucked up if you ask me. Patty tells us that when Neil came back, she looked at his face and she thought he didn't eat, and so she decided that she should chow down, too. She eats an egg roll and seems very happy about it indeed. She then goes for an éclair and an apple pie. Personally, I think Patty is full of shit and was just really, really hungry.
It is the moment of reckoning when Sami announces the "winner." That person, who consumed 1930 calories in four minutes, is Patty. Jerry says it was an unspoken rule that no one was supposed to touch anything but Neil. He looks pissed. Neil is, too, and says that he consumed 1700 calories for no reason. It's true that, while normally she seems lovely if a bit weepy, at this moment Patty kind of sucks.
The Teams meet with their trainers. Kim asks the Red Team what they ate. Phil does an excellent impression of annoying angel Kim on his shoulder, telling him not to succumb to temptation. No one ate anything, and Kim is proud. In the midst of all this celebrating, they hear voices. It's Neil freaking out on Patty. Bob asks why Patty stuffed her face, and she says that it looked to her as if Neil was shaking his head like he didn't eat. Bob isn't impressed. Kae starts crying, and wonders why the three-pound pass meant so much to them. Patty says that her decision to eat the food was emotionally shattering. She then tells the team that she has issues, and that's why she's big. That is such a riot. I have issues, and that's why I'm a recapper and take out my passive-aggressive hostility on people I don't even know. What? You think I'm a jerk? Well, I have issues, so there. Patty apologizes and cries. Bob says that the whole experience was a reminder to him that the team has a long way to go. He tells Patty to trust the team, and to have faith in them and herself. He then tells the Blue Team that they should say their piece now, or forever hold it, like M&Ms melting in the hand. Bob says that he never wants to punish anyone in the gym, but his thought is that if you play, you have to pay. He thus works Neil and Patty really hard.