At 10:45 PM, the contestants are still working out. Well, except for Lynn. Jenni doesn't think that her dad is working hard enough. Jenn tells her that she needs to express this, even if Lynn tells her to shut up. Ooh, you KNOW Lynn actually did tell her to shut up. He probably called her "dingbat" too, then went on a tirade about women's lib. Jenni goes to confront Lynn, who says he has blisters on both feet. She's not buying it. Jenni interviews that his decisions here affect her, and he needs to pull through. She tells him she's disappointed in him, and then starts crying, I'm sure because this brings up scenes from her youth. He sternly says that his feet hurt, and he can't do it. Jenni is pissed. I have to say, the whole couples thing was a MASTERSTROKE. So much drama! So much dredging up of old emotional wounds of the past, exacerbated by hunger and fatigue! Jenni bawls at the gym, then self-righteously interviews that now is the time to lose 200 pounds, and Lynn is sleeping.
Oh, but then! Lynn is up at 6:00 AM, working out on his own. He says it would be harder for him not to have Jenni there, because she keeps pushing him and reminding him of the end goal to lose the weight. Meanwhile, Bernie had to go to the hospital, and not just for fun-times facts about how he's going to die in two years. Rather, his constant vomiting was actually problematic, and he couldn't keep any food down. He worries about what kind of a teammate he's being to Brittany.
Last chance workout! Jillian tells us the last chance workout is about pushing everyone beyond their limits so they know when they step on the scale that they've done everything possible. She administers beatings. I think she gets that sexy raspy voice from all the screaming she does. Alien Mark tells Jillian that she's not a nice person, and she laughs with glee. Bernie returns and says he's still queasy. Bob tells him they'll keep it light, and tells him to drink plenty of water. Brittany is nervous about Bernie's situation affecting their team. Bob yells at his players not to hold on to the sides of the treadmill, and tells them this is all about sweating out as much as they can possibly sweat out. Bob loves the dramatics of the first last chance workout. Queen.