Meanwhile, Jillian! Her team is ready to go back. She says her team was defeated in week one, but now they're empowered. And, she says, "They definitely have blood in their mouth." Oh my God, Jillian is a vampire. That's okay with me, though. I've seen The Hunger. I'm down. Jillian tells her team they're going to be afraid. She says to feel the fear, and then do it anyway. See, that's great advice! She also tells them that this isn't going to be easy, and "they" are not going to be friendly. I bet she means Kim. I bet she HATES Kim. Meanwhile, if you go to a fast food restaurant, you're much better off getting the bacon double cheeseburger than a 22-ounce milkshake. The real problem comes when you think about how good these things taste together. Do you think Frosties count? These fitness tips are really making me hungry.
Meanwhile, Neil is having problems eating, because he feels like he's going to throw everything up. Why is that, I wonder? Is it because he's working so hard? Bob tells him that he's got to get his metabolism up to par, and that involves eating right. Bob tells him that they'll win this weigh-in, and then find something that Neil likes to eat. That is not, like, lard pie, I guess. Bob tells us that people have to eat, and that they don't starve people on the show or anything like that. Good to know, good to know.
The Blue Team has their last-chance training session. They all work out hard. And look like they're taking a big crap. That's why I don't like working out. It's the facial expressions. Bob wants to win the first two weigh-ins, and does little drills with his team. He loves his team, and says that they've done everything he's asked and pushed themselves to more extremes than anyone has in the house. Patty cries. Quelle suprise. Bob is super-encouraging with her. Patty recounts how encouraging he was in an interview, and starts crying again. Three pounds in water weight, right there. The Red Team has their last-chance training session. Lezlye says she hates running, and Kim says she hates whining and losing and is tired of hearing it. She says they're going to lose, and she'll be the one to blame. Kim tells us that the guys are great, but her women suck. Lezlye does an impression of Kim behind her back, which is awesome. Amy is not feeling Kim, I'll tell you that much. She walks out, and Kim is pissed, along with the rest of their team. Amy tells us she knows she needs to be there, but trying to convince her heart of that is something difference. Her heart can't hear her on account of all the clogging in the arteries, I guess.