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AJ returns to the house shocking the other housemates with news that Eric and Ivelisse were both sent home in a stunning double elimination. Christina is thrilled to be the last girl standing and hopes to make it all the way to the end. However, AJ is far from comfortable. He survived elimination, but knows that this week could be his last chance to make a good impression on the trainers.
The next morning, Christina meets Trish for a one on one yoga session. Christina talks about her fears and the pressures of trying to remain tough in a house full of guys. Trish understands where Christina's coming from but reinforces her confidence, believing that she has what it takes to win the entire competition.
The cast heads to the gym for morning training where Christina gets another pat on the back, this time from Bill. Steve Austin enters the ring and sets up the theme of the week; creativity. It's not just about executing the moves but how one puts their own particular spin on them.
During the training, Christina continues to shine while AJ flounders with a series of mistakes. Jeremiah has trouble mastering WWE style competition and finds himself reverting back to MMA techniques. None of the contestants perform well during an exercise where they throw each other over the top rope, and Steve gives the entire group a tongue lashing. Trying perhaps a little too hard to prove himself, Andy inadvertently punches Luke in the nose and throws him carelessly out of the ring. Luke lands hard on his face, narrowly avoiding a devastating injury. A terrible training session comes to an end, with the trainers clearly frustrated by these WWE wannabes.
Back at the house, a dejected Andy is cheered up by a home video of his two-year old daughter's first steps. He feels badly about his accident with Luke but as he talks to his wife on the phone, he's reminded that he's doing this for his family and hopefully his focus is renewed.
A long stretch limo pulls up to the house and out walk four beautiful women dressed to the nines. At Trish's request, WWE Divas Kelly Kelly, Eve and The Bella Twins are going to take the cast out for a night on the town. Christina fits right in amongst the Divas and gets some career advice from Kelly Kelly. While everyone else parties, Andy gets props from the Divas for making a commitment to his family to stay straight edge. AJ makes good use of his time with the Divas, listening to their advice about how to bring his personality to life in the ring. But party boys Jeremiah and Luke are up to their usual antics, getting frisky with the Bella Twins and partying the night away.
The next day, the cast gets the chance of a lifetime to bring their very own WWE characters to life in THQ's new hit video game, WWE All Stars. They spend the morning with the game designers creating their vision for who they want to become in the ring. Then Steve Austin and THQ CEO Brian Farrell judge who has the best and most creative video game alter ego. AJ's character is the most outlandish as he tries to break from the middle of the pack. Andy's "Silent Rage" character expresses the inner passion he feels but rarely expresses. But it is Luke's character, "The Future Legend," who is chosen as the favorite and deemed the most marketable.
Due to the poor training session the previous day, Steve sends the cast back for an additional night training with Bill and Booker T. Improvement is seen right away as Christina, Luke and Andy shine, shaking whatever bad mojo was plaguing them before. However, AJ cannot get it together, forcing Booker T to call him out as the weakest link. The training resumes but in a freak slip while exiting the ring, Martin tweaks his ankle. He sits on the sidelines in agony while being tended to by a medic. He is determined to get back in the ring, but is forced to go to the hospital for x-rays.
By the morning, Martin still has not returned, causing Luke and Jeremiah to speculate on the status of his ankle. The remaining five head to the gym and start a normal day's training which is interrupted by Martin arriving on a set of crutches. The despondent Martin announces his ankle has been fractured and the doctors will not allow him to continue in the competition. Steve takes him to his office for a private talk and some words of encouragement. Martin is devastated but grateful when Steve allows him to hang up his own belt. Steve explains that Martin may be out, but he will always be Tough Enough.
The show must go on and the Skills Challenge begins. It's a two-minute drill which includes a move executed off the ropes. Christina shines against AJ until her jump off the top rope. AJ is out of position and Christina lands badly, rolling her ankle. As Christina writhes in pain, AJ looks on in horror, and the rest of the cast is in shock that another contestant has been injured. Steve cancels the elimination as Christina is sent to the hospital to determine if she can continue...