And with that it's weigh-in time for the Blues and the Yellows. The team who earns their place back on campus will have two weeks guaranteed, because they'll win immunity. But, in yet another nefarious twist, the team who has immunity will also have the only vote at this week's elimination. In the words of Jillian, "God bless this game show. You just never know what's coming." The Blue Team, Cherita and Victoria, is first up on the scale. O'Neal notes that they both look visibly smaller. Victoria goes from 358 to 319 for a loss of 39 pounds, while Cherita goes from 277 to 253 for a loss of 24. That's 63 pounds total. Victoria says this is the first time she's ever lost weight successfully, which is a great feeling. She knows she can do it, whatever happens. They're both so proud, and it's really endearing. Even Sami has tears in her eyes. They've lost 9.92% collectively, and Jillian tells us that she's blown away.
O'Neal and Sunshine need to have lost more than 65 pounds to triumph. Sunshine goes from 275 to 250 for a loss of 25 pounds, while O'Neal goes from 389 and 338 for a loss of 51. That's 76 pounds, and by Muskrat Love they've got it! Nice work on O'Neal's part. He did it all to get revenge on that stationary bike. O'Neal says he wishes Victoria could take his place, because she's a young black kid who needs the ranch as much as he does. He notes that obesity and diabetes are rampant in the black community, and he wants to help the community as well as himself. I do enjoy O'Neal. Cherita commends the Yellow Team for the magnificent job they did at home, and says that she and Victoria are going to continue on their journey even though they won't be on campus. Sunshine and O'Neal lost 11.45% total, which is pretty impressive. Victoria and Cherita are sad to be leaving again, but note that failure isn't an option. They're going to kick butt at home, just as they've kicked butt at home over this last month.
With that, it's time to hit the gym. There are all sorts of jump cuts and shots that make the trainers look crazed. Jillian screams at Daris that he's too comfortable. Bob talks about pride being one of the seven deadly sins. Except when it's on three, I guess. Or when you're thinking about what you've done today to make you feel proud. O'Neal is all, "What the hell?" Bob pays some special attention to Melissa, who begs him to leave her alone. She reminds us that the trainers have called her a big fat liar for the past three weeks, and even screamed at her. Bob thinks it's time to put this behind them, because Melissa's confidence has been shaken. She starts bawling, and Bob tells her that she can do it, and this is going to make her stronger. She's pushing outside of her comfort zone, and finding all new limits. Bob knows she can do anything, including waterload and lie about it. I sure hope we don't have to endure a Melissa redemption arc. Bob says that Melissa gained his respect by losing 11 pounds during a week when she had immunity, and now he's going to do whatever she needs. They hug, and I vomit.