“Hit The Floor” has only been back for two episodes, and there’s already been a death, lots of sex, some surprise returns, a secret child and more. With a game of strip poker involved, the BET series is only going to heat up even more in the third episode of Season 4.

Titled “Bad Blood,” Tuesday’s new episode features London (Teyana Taylor) and Jamie (Kyndall Ferguson) fighting for the spotlight in the next Devil Girl promo campaign, choosing to use strip poker as the way to determine who wins that top prize. Meanwhile, Derek (McKinley Freeman) seems to be focused on redeeming himself for the mistakes he’s been making recently, as well as seeking out revenge.

So, just how hot is this fresh episode going to be? “Every single #HitTheFloor man will be shirtless next week,” creator James LaRosa teased on Twitter. “Now that I think of it, they’re literally all gettin’ some in the next episode. Wow. Actually only two members of the entire cast don’t smash on Tues. This might be a HTF record y’all..."

In last week’s new episode of “Hit The Floor,” fans saw the return of German (Jonathan McDaniel), who’s now the head coach of the Devils. When International Business Times spoke with McDaniel and Freeman, they opened up about what Season 4 might hold for them as possible friends, now that Ahsha (Taylour Paige) is out of both of their lives.

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Derek (McKinley Freeman) hits the court in “Hit The Floor” Season 4, episode 3. Ron P. Jaffe/BET

“I would say that there is a shift and instead of a bromance, it’s more of a mutual respect,” McDaniel told IBT. “We’ve been through a lot together, individually and within this love triangle with Ahsha, and I think now, as men in the world that we’re living in on the show, you kind of understand that things happen, situations turn bad, but at the end of the day, business is business.”

Though the two might learn to play nice since they work together as coach and player, “Hit The Floor” wouldn’t be the intense and dramatic show that it is without some twists and turns.

McDaniel teased that while “these guys can actually be under one roof together and they can actually work around each other” for now, “something else might happen” in the future because “there’s always ups and downs in friendships.”

Catch all the “Hit The Floor” drama when the series airs on Tuesdays on BET at 10 p.m. EDT.