Meanwhile, Bob encounters a crying Amy. He asks what's wrong. She says she's having a hard time wanting to be there with a two- and four-year-old at home. It's suffocating her. Bob tells her to try to take advantage of this opportunity, because it is an opportunity. Amy totally wishes she were on Bob's team. She gives Bob a big hug. Ew, he is so much better than Kim.
Four hours until the return of the Black Team! They are doing something obscene-looking, with heads between legs. And not their own legs, if you know what I'm saying. And not chicken legs, either. Jillian yells to the Black Team that they are going back to where they were not wanted. Julie notes that they're the underdogs, and there's no greater cause than the underdogs. It's true! It worked for me, obviously, as I am all for the Black Team. Isabeau carries Jillian on her back. I bet if Jillian advertised that as a training option she would get an increase in clients.
Amy and Lezlye talk about forming an alliance. Fatties are just like you and me and everyone on Survivor. They're strategic and kind of dirty too!
The Black Team enters the weigh-in room. They are the first to arrive, and Sami Brady welcomes them. Bill trash-talks the Red and Blue Teams. Meanwhile, the Red and Blue Teams walk toward the weigh-in room unawares. Suckers! Jillian is wearing cute black jeans and a black tank top and black knee-high boots. She says that her team is a pack of warriors, not to be underestimated. She really has turned them into a ferocious force, and one with lots of confidence and spunk, too.