With that, it's time for the trainers to catch up with the kids via video chat. Sunny tells us that Jillian makes sure from 3,000 miles away that she's still eating right and doing her workouts, which are documented via video diary. Jillian tells Sunny that she's set up a Bollywood class for her. That's racist! And yet also culturally sensitive. How DOES she do it? It turns out that Sunny really wants to try Bollywood dancing, but has always felt self-conscious about joining a class because of her weight. Meanwhile, Biingo's foot is feeling a bit better, and as soon as he can get his boot off, he'll be trying out for a local baseball league. Dolvett has good news for Lindsay -- the high school cheerleading team may make her an honorary member, but she has to practice in order to make the team. As an honorary member? Well, I'm sure he's worked out the details somehow. Lindsay is thrilled, and Dolvett promises that her dreams will come true. Meanwhile, has anyone noticed that the Biggest Loser campus seems to be overrun with rabbits this season?
The contestants meet with the trainers next, and announce via their colorful shirts that they've moved to singles. They also learn about the temptation challenge, and Francelina and Alex's two-pound advantages. Since it's singles week, the trainers get to choose anyone they'd like to train. Jillian is excited to get a crack at Alex and Francelina, and also to get her hands on Jeff, who HAAAAATES her. Danni winds up with Bob, and feels like she's at a real disadvantage having Jillian taken away from her. She'll be fine, though. Fly, baby bird, fly!
Jillian starts the beatings with her new trio, and screams at them a lot about feeling that they needed to engage in a temptation challenge to win the game. Bob has Jackson, Danni, and Joe in his outside area, and tells Jackson that he's going to counter last week's one pound loss with a loss of one million pounds this week. Seems like a reasonable expectation. Back in the gym, Dolvett is getting on Michael's damn nerves, mostly because Dolvett is pushing him quite hard. Michael finally admits that he's scared of what's happening in his body, but Dolvett promises that they're going to get it right and Michael starts back up on the treadmill. He DOES kind of look like he's going to pass out, though. He summons all of his will and completes the final 30 seconds on the treadmill, feeling good if breathless about his triumph. And now he loves Dolvett! Me too, Michael. Me too.
Jeff, as you might have imagined, does not yet love his new trainer. He is supposed to be dragging Jillian via some sort of rubber thing, but stops, saying he can't do it. This prompts Jillian to scream at him to stop thinking and talking, and just do it. Jeff is not feeling the banter, but does answer in quasi-affirmative when Jillian asks if he thinks he's a disappointment. He thinks that her attacks are personal and relentless, and eventually tells her that he's sick of hearing her talk, to the extent that he can't do a pushup. Jillian says that he's wrong, and has been wrong for his whole life. I bet in two episodes they totally make out.