'The Biggest Loser': Jillian Michaels Lashes Out At The Other Trainers (VIDEO)

02/19/2013 03:06 am ET | Updated Feb 19, 2013

Jillian Michaels may have lost all but one of her contestants on this season of "The Biggest Loser," but that didn't stop her from yelling at the other remaining contestants. And this week, she took it a step further, taking her frustrations out on their trainers as well. After neither Alex nor Gina managed to run more than a minute on the treadmill, she simply blew her stack.

She pulled both Dolvett Quince and Bob Harper over to try and figure out what was going on, and make sure they agreed with her that the contestants' inability to complete these workouts was simply unacceptable. Mostly, she just ranted and raved and didn't let anyone finish saying anything, but ultimately Bob did agree with her that it was unacceptable.

It was strange seeing the trainers going at it so aggressively, though Gossip and Gab found it incredibly entertaining. Reality Rewind agreed with Jillian on this one. This was Week 9 on the Ranch and there is no reason these contestants should be incapable of running more than a minute on the treadmill, no matter how aggressively she upped the speed.

Ironically, it was a week of serious dysfunction on the Ranch. This week they had a chance to earn immunity for everyone if they could lose 51 pounds -- it started at 70, but several challenges lowered it. But rather than work together, the contestants were fighting and pulling apart all week.

Perhaps a team-building exercise came too late in the week to salvage things because their performances on the scales reflected the emotional drama of the week. They didn't come anywhere near the 51-pound goal, meaning Francelina fell below the red line and was instantly eliminated.

Only six contestants remain as "The Biggest Loser" continues, Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.

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