The Red Team enters the Judgment Buffet with their covered dinner plates. Sami Brady tells them that they should all be proud of themselves. They've all lost weight. Unfortunately, it's also time to lose a team member. Sami asks Amy if her team works out as hard as the Blue Team. Amy says she's proud of everyone and that the team will come out on top. Way to evade the question, in the way that backstabbers often do. Sami asks Lezlye if game play has come up at all. Lezlye confirms that it has. Sami reminds us that Bryan and David can't be sent home. Phil is up first, and makes some speech about being proud of everyone, but winds up saying he has to watch out for himself. He votes for Lezlye. Lezlye says her decision was based on a long-term strategy -- she voted for the person with the least amount of body fat. That would be Phil. Really? Who knew. Amy says she voted for a person because she believes if he/she goes home, he/she will be truly successful. And it's Phil. Well, at least she didn't screw Lezlye. I guess that shows some integrity. David is next, and he voted for Lezlye. Why not Amy? So it's two Phil, two Lezlye. It all comes down to Bryan, or "B" as he likes to be called. He gives some speech too, about how he'll always there for someone when they need him, except I guess when he has to vote to send them home. And then votes for Lezlye.
Lezlye says she's somewhat surprised. But she thinks the team is going to go for it and bring home the gold. Is there actual gold? Is that a covert word for Twinkies? Sami says, "You guys are friends. That's amazing to see." It's true that you never see that kind of thing in Salem. An Exorcist-like possession, yes. Friends, no. Lezlye says that this experience has been a great thing for her. She learned a lot about herself. We catch up with Lezlye now. She is down to 200, which means she lost 55 pounds! Go Lezlye. She says that the show made her realize that it's time to move on from Katrina. She and her son have a lovely new house. A house built entirely of back fat that she lost. Let's see Ty Pennington try to do that. It's stellar insulation and a renewable resource to boot!
Next week: Temptation! Could YOU resist 400,000 calories? Yeah, me neither.