The people on Oxygen.com are obsessed with the Cheat Cabinet and want to know how much of a temptation it was. MJW calls it the "Temptation Closet." Ugh, MJW. It's CHEAT CABINET. Learn it, live it, love it. I want the Cheat Cabinet to host next season. Mara admits to taking food out of it once. Pinky says she broke herself off a piece of a Kit-Kat bar the same week that she lost 6.4 pounds, which should tell you all you need to know about Crazy Nutritionist Meg's diet programs. MJW says that "some people" thought the Cheat Cabinet was mean. Like me. I would not have called this a shout-out if I didn't know for a fact that at least one executive producer on this show read my weecaps. Tara says the Cheat Cabinet is "real life" and helped them learn how to make good choices. It's still mean.
MJW suddenly asks if anyone has "new news." Pinky is now dancing with her brothers just like she always wanted. Warren's wife is pregnant with a son, thanks, apparently, to some dance moves he learned that translated to good sex with his wife. So he does the thing where he waves his hands around in bed? Because that's the only dance move I've seen him do with any skill. Tara says her love life is "very busy." Thanks for the TMI, Warren and Tara. Karla is still single. "Shocking!" Ruben says sarcastically. Um, that's really rude, Ruben. Also I just realized that thanks to this show, he has left his boyfriend alone in a hospital not once, but twice.
We get a montage of the judges' best moments. Seriously, though -- I don't care about the judges. Why are they a part of this reunion show? Because Lisa is the Executive Producer and wants to be on TV, probably. MJW introduces the judges, and Lisa's lips are looking as real as ever. Mayte says everyone looks "amazing" but that's what she always says, so whatever. Lisa says the hardest part of the competition was seeing someone go home. Then don't create a show that sends people home, Lisa! And, of course, she's all emotional and proud of how everyone has done. Although if I created and executive-produced a TV show that changed people's lives like this has, I'd probably be the same way. Danny tells us what his three favorite routines were: Mara's first week (which he only gave an 8 to -- should have been a 10!), Shayla's salsa, and Ruben's Paso Doble.