CJP is sitting on the side of the pool now. She tells the others that there is no way she'll be able to do it in time. The bosses suggest that she get motivated and try. In an interview, Kyle says that there are probably a lot of reasons why CJP wouldn't get back in the pool, but he doesn't know what they are. CJP starts crying. Crying! Aneesa comforts her, saying, "As long as you did your best." CJP admits that she didn't. Oh, boo hoo.
Now Aneesa and Theo get to try. The bosses cheer them on. Neither of them has great form, but at least they are making an effort. Neither of them makes the time, but at least they finish. One of the bosses tells Theo that he can do it. Okay, he missed the time by a full minute. I don't really think that he can do it. In an interview, Theo says that they told him that he could do it, but that he didn't come there to learn how to swim.
Now Chris gets to go. For a second, I thought he was going to take off his baggy swim trunks to reveal a Speedo, but I guess he was just adjusting the drawstring. That would have been funny. Chris finishes in time and passes the test. In an interview, Chris says that he made a promise to himself in recovery that he could do anything if he put his mind to it. I have a lot of sympathy for people in recovery, but is he going to bring that up every time he does something?
CJP tells the bosses that there are a lot of things that she can do, but saving someone's life isn't one of them. She admits that it scares her. The bosses seem okay with that answer. In an interview, CJP says that she hopes she hasn't let her father down. No, you did that last week when you were hooking up with various guys.
Back at the homestead, Tonya is vigorously blowing her hair dry. In an interview, Tonya says that she is physically drained. Hee! That was a funny juxtaposition, because she's complaining about how terrible she feels, but apparently not terrible enough to curtail her grooming regimen. Tonya tries to take her bags outside to leave, but one of them apparently contains every belonging she owns, and is thus kind of heavy. Tonya complains aloud that she's not supposed to be lifting anything. Who is she talking to? The crew? I picture them all snickering in the back. Tonya tries again to lift her bag up some steps, and fails. She starts crying. In an interview, Tonya says that while she has a weak side, the crying is not like her. Tonya tries to lift her bag again, but is forced to let it go and slide down the stairs. She screams, "I hate this place!" So leave already!