Kim talks to the Red Team before the weigh-in, and says it's time for the numbers to reflect their hard work. She tells them that there is a lot more going on in the bodies than what the scale shows, and tells them to think positively. She tells us that she's nervous, but thinks that the team is ready. She sits on the side of David's chair and says that she knows none of them are going home this week. She's at least making an effort not to be so annoying, which is good. Bob talks to the Blue Team, and notes that the first two weigh-ins were good. He tells them to be proud of themselves as they go into the weigh-in, and adds that they've given him above and beyond. Um, yeah, except for the time those two members of the team ate 4000 calories worth of crap. And the time he almost made one of them lose an eye. But Bob thinks that all of the things they went through with Patty and the temptation have made them stronger. Bob gets all sensitive and shit and tells the team that he loves the time that he spends with them, and loves them. He thanks Jerry for bringing all these folks to him. Aw, see, that's nice. Too bad they're about to continue imploding.
Jillian talks to the Black Team and says that there's nothing more that any of them could have done, and she couldn't be any prouder of them. Ooooh! See, she's really so nice underneath those layers of taut, rippling muscle. She's never had a team, she says, where everybody gave 110% in every way. She says that she missed this job when she didn't do it last year, but she forgot how much. Awww! I wonder what she was doing last year when she was off. Bench-pressing John Goodman, maybe. She thanks the Black Team for being her team, and for working with and trusting her, and she says that whatever happens, they've all been amazing. Jez notes that the other teams really might step it up this week. The Red Team doesn't want to lose another member, and the Blue Team has the three-pound advantage. It'll be a nail-biter! But hopefully not literally, since I'm sure nails have about 120 calories per serving.
And then, weigh-in! Sami asks if the Blue Team worked extra-hard to make up for the calorie binge. Patty acknowledges that they did. Sami then notes that the Red Team has won lots of challenges, but hasn't been able to translate that into success at the weigh-ins. David says that they did everything they could to stay out of the elimination room, and he's ready to get on and see what the scale says.
Sami reminds them that it's the total percentage of weight loss that counts rather than pounds, and starts with the Black Team. Julie tells us that the Black Team still has a lot to prove, and she doesn't want the other teams to think they were right in not picking them. Jim is up first. He was at 334 pounds and now is at 325, for a nine-pound loss! He's really happy. He's lost a total of 36 pounds so far. Hollie lost only two pounds last week and has been working harder. Previously she was at 242, and now she hit 239, for a three-pound loss. She's pretty bummed. Then we have Jez. He was at 320 pounds and is now at 316 pounds, for a loss of four. It was the pizza! Pepperoni is the devil, which is why it tastes so good. By that same logic, Brussels sprouts are Jesus. Hollie starts to get worried. Jillian, however, retains her composure. Bob says that he and Jillian trained the same way, so when he saw her low numbers, he got a little scared, too. Julie was at 213 pounds and is now down to 210, for a loss of three. She says slow and steady wins, and she might be the last little turtle to cross the line, but she'll look good in her shell. We then have Bill. He was at 301 and now weighs 298, for a loss of three. He says this is his first time below 300 in a while, which is a victory, but he would have liked to have lost more pounds. He quotes Jim, who says that the next pound is the most important one, and tells us that setting little goals is what works for him. Jim and Bill have lost the same amount of weight since being on the show. Isabeau lost five pounds last week. Her previous weight was 285, and her current weight is 280, for another loss of five. Pretty good. In total, the team lost 27 pounds, or 1.59%. Jillian tells us that she's nervous. They didn't have the greatest numbers this week, and she wasn't expecting the people on the low end to do as poorly as they did.
The Blue Team will have had to lose 27 pounds to beat the Black Team's percentage. Sami reminds everyone about Patty's three-pound pass. Kae is up on the scale. She was previously at 200 pounds and is now at 197, for a difference of three. She is able to kiss the 200s goodbye forever, according to Bob. She's excited about this. Ryan is next. He was at 349 and now weighs 347, for a loss of two. He says he felt like he worked hard this week and thought that he would lose more. It's Jerry's turn on the scale next. He lost double digits each of the past two weeks, and he hopes to continue the trend. Jerry was at 256 and now weighs 254, for a loss of only two. He's shocked, and thinks that maybe it's his sixty-two-year-old body wanting to take a breather. Nicole is next. She was at 265 and is now at 262, for a loss of three. Everyone is putting in some really low numbers. Nicole says it's better than nothing, and she just has to go with it and hope the numbers increase. The Blue Team is 17 pounds behind what they need to beat the Black Team with Patty and Neil remaining. Patty is up, with her fancy three-pound pass. She was previously at 265 and now weighs 260, for a five-pound loss. With the three-pound pass, that brings the total to eight pounds. Maybe eating lots of crap actually increases your metabolism sometimes? Well, at least that's what I choose to believe as I nibble on a block of smoked Gouda. Neil is the final Blue Team member to weigh in, and he has to lose more than nine pounds to trump the Black Team. He was at 389, and his current weight is 386, for a loss of only three. Oooh, it's bad times and karmic payback for the Blue Team. Neil says he was surprised. He worked hard day-in and day-out and wanted that to show on the scale. He says it's frustrating. Jillian has an impassive look, because she is not one to gloat, even though the Black Team is safe.