Roger and Trent are the heaviest team, and Trent is equal to the heaviest player ever on the show. Everyone is super-depressed, but Alison gives them a little pep talk, saying that they'll soon see the pounds melt away. If I were them, this would probably make me want a bacon double cheeseburger melt. Way to go, Ali.
It's gym time! Jillian interviews that she doesn't like this team business. It means that the contestants have brought their enablers with them, and will also get in the way of her establishing relationships with them. She thinks this element will make it harder. Her trainees go to the gym. It's not as exciting as when she was making people, like, push boulders around in the desert. Still, everyone pretty much looks like they want to die, which lets us know that everything is as it should be. Jillian tells us that Amanda was awesome, and basically did everything she asked without complaint. Neill, however, was "thisclose" to having a low-cal knuckle sandwich for lunch. How hot would it be to see Jillian deck someone? I mean, it would be the hottest if that person were Kim, but I'll take Neill. Amanda tells us that Neill has a tendency to give up. We see him fall and slide off the treadmill while it's still running. Jillian screams at him to get up, like, a LOT of times. Loudly. Neill tells us that Amanda wanted Jillian but he wanted Bob. That's because Neill is a pussy. Buck up, sonny, and lose that extra "L" along with the bad attitude.
Jillian notes that it's interesting that the underdogs chose Bob because they think he's a kinder, gentler trainer. She tells us that it's a lie, and Bob is actually a monster. And he is! He makes Bernie puke, and rolls right over Dan's Vilanching. Paul gets lightheaded and passes out over an aerobic step. Bette-Sue wants to smack Bob for his taunting. Bob awesomely makes fun of her haircut, though sadly not to her face. Even so, she thinks he's a mean little booger. He's training the shit out of his team, for sure. Bette-Sue says he's not "Mr. Save The World." Bob, not having heard this, is really impressed with Bette-Sue, and says she might be the surprise dark horse.