Last week on "The Biggest Loser," the players were divided into the blue and the black teams, putting added pressures on the "Losers," who now have to worry about not letting their team down if they don't pull a big number on the scale.
Elizabeth has had the lowest percentage of weight-loss in the house to date, so there is a very good chance that if her black team loses the weigh-in, she will be the one sent home.
"This week, I am going to feel the pressure more than any other week, because I know they know that I am the one who gets picked. I hope I survive," Elizabeth says.
Trainer Jillian Michaels is aware of the Elizabeth issue, as well, and she eggs on the 31-year-old from Lawrence, MA, saying, "If someone goes home because you are having drama about running a minute-and-a-half sprint, we are going to have bigger problems. Trust me."
But Elizabeth isn't the only one that Jillian feels is having too much "drama." Frado gives Jillian a hard time and then stomps out of the gym.
"This would never happen with Bob," Jillian says. "This is an alpha-male thing. He is busy playing the game."
That said, Jillian sits down with Frado for a chat and he apologizes for taking out his anger on her.
At the end of their conversation, Frado admits, "I am recognizing that I need to rein in some of my emotions and really think about them before I lash out."
"The Biggest Loser" airs tonight at 8 p.m. on NBC.