Ryan tells us that each contestant can work with whichever trainer they choose, and with this, Jillian, Kim and Bob enter and look around. Jillian is all squinty-eyed and suspicious-looking. How she manages to have this expression and still look hot is a mystery to me. Kim says there's no game play until elimination comes up, so she tells them to focus on losing weight. I assure you that this is the first but not the last time that game play will be mentioned. Amy freaks out and screams at Kim, dropping an f-bomb in the process. Nice! Jillian again squints her eyes and walks around, assessing the situation. Kim again tells the contestants to only play the game when they absolutely have to, and Amy retorts that that's not true for her. Her, of course, being Kim, whom Amy wants to shove in the middle of an Oreo and ingest. Jillian, in a loud and obvious whisper, asks Amy if she would like to train with her, and Amy of course says yes, because that is the thing that will piss Kim off the most. Amy interviews that there's a huge rift, and she needs Jillian. Kim asks Amy to come talk to her, saying that she owes her at least that much respect. No she doesn't. Amy kind of sucks, but she's right about the fact that Kim was trying to throw her in front of a bus, and right to her face, too. That's just not right. Amy, standing next to Jillian, totally walks away from her. Note that Jillian doesn't encourage her to even turn around. HA!
Oh, but wait, Amy and Kim do end up having a tête-à-tête. Darn. Kim is all "blah blah blah you disrespected me and meanwhile you lost all that weight because of me." Amy is all, "True, but you wanted to kick me off, Little Miss Stankerston." Kim thinks that Amy's going through the "teenage years" and is mad at Mommy Kim. It's amazing to me that Kim doesn't see why Amy would be mad about the fact that she basically told the other members of the Red Team to eliminate her, or how this might lead to trust issues. Amy tells her not to take it personally that she's training with Jillian, but I think we all know that she really does in fact mean it personally. Kim is mad that someone else is going to build a skyrise on her foundation. That's what she said. Also, shut up, Kim.
Jillian works with her other trainees, and Amy comes in, in the process of a breakdown. Jillian takes her aside and gives her a pep talk. Isabeau says it's hard to train in the environment with Amy, who's like the wicked, drama-fueled stepsister. Hollie agrees, and even starts to sass Jillian a little, I think because she wants attention. Hush, now, there's enough Jillian to go around for all of you, and hopefully a little left for me after working hours.