Or maybe they'll make out in THIS episode. Jillian visits Jeff in his room, to "talk" or maybe "listen to records." She asks how he's "processing" things. Jeff tells her that he's learned that you can shut off feelings, and sometimes it's better to do that. I concur! I mean, really, it seems like a good deal all around. Emotional health is for suckers. Jillian tells Jeff that he's a smart, good-looking, 25 year old kid. Spoken like a true cougar. She asks what his life should look like. It SHOULD look bright and optimistic, says Jeff, but it DOES look dark and dismal. And wow, he really is a bit of a Debbie Downer, isn't he? A potential turning point in his life was when Jeff's dad died, and he felt responsible for tending to his mother's emotional health. To do so, he had to shut off his own emotions. Or, rather, eat them. Jillian asks Jeff to talk about his dad's death, which was quite quick. He was diagnosed with lung cancer, and died six weeks later. Jeff's dad also told him that he'd be the one who should take care of everything, and Jeff was overwhelmed by being given this task. Jillian asks if a part of him thinks he's angry that his dad gave him that burden. There is, and that's okay. Jillian tells him to let the shame and guilt go, and have a different response -- a response that does not lead to weighing 400 pounds. He needs to change the way he responds when he feels overwhelmed, and that life is unfair. He also has to start living to please himself, and not others. Jeff now realizes that he needs some serious therapy, and also finally appreciates Jillian! And then they make out, and it is SO hot.
And then it's time to visit Bollywood class with Sunny, and cheer practice with Lindsay, and lousy depressed lazy boot life with Biingo. Biingo is actually paying a visit to the doctor, to see if the boot can finally come off. Sunny has a hard time getting the Bollywood moves, but doesn't let it totally defeat her or get her down. She has a little one-on-one time with the instructor, who is quite encouraging. Lindsay takes a spot up front with the cheer team, and though she's fearful of failing, she tells us that learning the cheer was easy as slicing a cake. Or vegetables. That are steamed. And yummy. She is really the cutest! And then Biingo gets his boot off! He's excited to be able to run around, and start training for baseball tryouts.