Back outside the gym, Bob is shocked when Alex says that she's over it. He yells that she's only 24, and asks if she's going to let the ranch defeat her. When Alex says that she doesn't know what's going on with her body and is pissed off, Bob is glad to hear it. This is where she'll find what she's really made of, he says, and give one bust-ass week like she never has before. He instructs her to win this week, and she nods but doesn't really seem so sure. Bob hugs Alex, because he can't help but be nice even when he's screaming at people.
Lisa has steadily been kicking butt, and she tells us that she uses her family to keep her head in the game. Her husband has never known her under 200 pounds, and is working extra hard to give Lisa the opportunity to be there. Given his sacrifice, she tells us that there's no way she won't give it her all. And then there's Danni, the sole remaining White Team member. Jillian tells us that she can't do her normal specialized screaming technique with Danni because she'll just fall to pieces. I'm surprised that's not a thing that happens more often, OR that it gives you a reprieve from the rage. And thus we get to see a kinder, gentler Jillian. She's basically trying anything that might work at this point, since if Danni goes home, she will too.
The trainers then check in with the kids via video chat, to provide support and encouragement remotely. Dolvett asks Lindsay if she's excited about next season's cheerleader tryouts, and she says that she's nervous but has coaches working with her to show her some moves. She's joined a gymnastics center near her house, and is working hard with the cheerleading goal in mind. Sunny, meanwhile, would like to fit into a perfect dress for prom, which will be indicative of getting her confidence back. Biingo has been going to the gym, but hasn't been playing baseball so much. He's struggling with his boot, which is protecting a fractured foot, and says that it's demotivated him. He feels like he can't do anything since the boot gets in the way. Bob is concerned about Biingo's lack of discipline, and tells him to get outside and play baseball with his friends, even if he has to drag the boot around third base. The trainers then do video workouts, and the kids seem excited to have the interaction. Jillian tells us that it's very empowering to set your intention on something, and take the steps necessary to achieve it. That goes for kids and adults, too. My intention was to not procrastinate for an hour and a half before starting this recap, but sadly today is not my day to be empowered.