The Red and Blue Team enter. They are shocked! Shocked! Kae says it didn't seem fair. Bob tells us Jillian was right in the front, showing her big shoulders. Her big, glistening shoulders. She says, "Did you miss me?" And then she jumps on Bob, giving him a big hug. Awww. Kim says her competitive side came out, and that she can't believe Jillian is back. Kim is perhaps the biggest sucker of all. Jillian says that right now, her team is a target, and she doesn't want to be a target. Barbie and Ken can duke it out -- she just wants to sail her people through to the end. Phil is pissed off. Jerry says they still have to go over the mountain -- they're not going to go through it. Jez tells us that there's some resentment against the team captains in particular, since they didn't pick any of the Black folks for their team. Jez stares Jerry down. Oh yeah, it is ON.
And now it's time for the weigh-ins! The weigh-ins seriously take the whole second hour of the two-hour show. I mean, it's exciting and all. But not in a way that wouldn't be more exciting if it were faster. The Blue Team is first. Jerry lost 31 pounds last week, the most weight ever lost by anyone in history in one week. He was 266, and now he's 256. He lost 10 pounds. Jillian says that's an insane number after losing 31 pounds, and gives Jerry props. Nicole was 271, and now she's 265. She lost six. Then there's Patty. She was 267 and is now at 265. She is surprised and disappointed. I know I shouldn't say this, but Patty has a really pretty face. Ryan goes from 359 to 349 -- 10 pounds! Jillian says that as she was watching the Blue Team weigh in, she realized Bobby means business. She says they're very friendly, but also fierce competitors. Next is Kae, who lost the most weight ever on the show for a woman last week. Bob says he told her not to expect anything. She was 205 pounds, and now she's 200, for a loss of five pounds. Respectable, respectable. Then there's Neil. He's a little frustrated and nervous because of his injury. Neil was at 399, and is now at 389. Good job, Neil! He's lost 32 pounds to date. The total weight loss of the Blue Team is 43 pounds, or 2.43%.
Next, it's the Red Team. Kim lies that she felt really good going into the weigh-in, and that she's proud of her team. She hates them all and foresees doom, is what I really think is going on. It's not easy living in the shadow of Jillian. Mostly because she's so small. You have to take cover in the shade thrown by her biceps. But I digress. Bryan is first. He was 331 pounds, and is now 325, for a loss of six pounds. He says that they've learned that if you put up big numbers one week, it's bound to be less the next week. Amy is next. Uh-oh, I'm nervous! She was at 287 pounds, and now weighs 285. Oooh, two pounds. Disappointment. Kim says she hoped that it would be a happy ending when Amy weighed in, but it wasn't. Lezlye is next. She was at 246, and is now 243. Three pounds. Ooh, the Red Team is toast. Lezlye says she worked her butt off this week. In the real world she'd be ecstatic about three pounds, but three pounds is nothing at The Biggest Loser campus. Next is Cowboy David. He was at 348. Now he's 344. Four pounds? That's measly! Good thing he has immunity, eh? He says it's disheartening, and he needs to figure out what he can tweak so he loses more. Phil says that David busted his ass this week. He was hoping that he and David could pull in huge numbers and have it be a big winning surprise. And it still could happen, if Phil loses, like, 20 fistfuls of fat. Phil weighs in. He was previously 377 pounds. His current weight is 372 pounds. That's a loss of five pounds. You know who sucks? Kim. I mean, clearly she's at fault, right? Jez takes some comfort in the fact that the Red Team took a bath. They lost 20 pounds total, 1.6 percent. This also means that the Blue Team is safe from elimination. Bob says he did his job, but he also knows that Jillian is going to be on a mission to show the others what they're missing out on.