The contestants on the Blue Team next go for a hike on a really steep hill. Jerry seems to have recovered from his leg injury. There is lots of huffing and puffing, and Ryan doesn't look like he's going to make it. Patty says that it was great to see Ryan overcome his fear of going up the mountain and then going back down. He tells us he was scared the entire way. He does keep slipping. But, I mean, it's not like there are landmines or anything. Buck up, man. Bob says that he believes the Blue Team is stronger than any other team in the house. He's hard on them, and is expecting the best out of them. He's also proud of what they've been able to achieve. The team makes it to the top, and Patty says that it was all worth it, and it made her realize how phenomenal it is to lose weight. She adds that she would have never had this experience at her previous weight.
And then, suddenly, Jillian opens a can of whoop-ass. They seem to be ready for training, and Isabeau says that she was on time and everyone else was running late, so she had three minutes to go get the twins. Isabeau tells Jillian that she isn't her favorite person anymore, and Jillian says she doesn't care. Ha! That made Jillian my favorite person even more. Isabeau screams to everyone to get their butts in gear because Jillian's there, and Jillian cracks up. We find out that Bill hurt his knee at the previous practice, and didn't sleep well, and is a big-ass crankball. He starts screaming at Isabeau, which isn't very nice of him. Jillian tells us that Bill had a breakdown -- he's tired, hungry, and overtrained, and he hurt himself. It's taken a toll on him. Isabeau starts crying, and Jillian notes that Bill took out his frustration on the messenger, when he really should have taken it out on her. But he didn't, of course, because he knows she can tie him into a knot with her bare hands. Jillian mediates and calms everyone down. Bill tells us that he feels terrible that he took it out on Isabeau. In the end, they work it out. It is true that being hungry makes you cranky, and if I even skipped breakfast I would seriously be a lot ruder than any of these people are being, so I have to give them props.