Myleene and Damien welcome us back to finale week. Back in camp, the campers receive a scale to find out how much they weigh now that they've been eating so much rice and beans. John went from 256 pounds to 235. He's lost 21 pounds in 22 days. Sort of insane. Patti went from 132 to 122 pounds. Sanjaya went from 132 to 124. Torrie went from 132 to 139. She doesn't understand it, but everyone says it's all muscle, because she works out three times a day. Holly went from 132 to 123. Lou went from 176 to 161. Am I the only one who thinks it's odd that Patti, Holly, Sanjaya, and Torrie all started out at the same weight? I would never have guessed that. John says he guesses he's the biggest loser. Hardly.
Food shows up that night: It's just one burger, with fries and onion rings for Lou, and everyone else eats watches and salivates. They say it's "huge" and "big" and "dangerous" a lot. That's what she said. Lou thinks he might not be able to finish it, but just like the challenges, he doesn't give up. Even though Sanjaya and Torrie covet it and drool over it the whole time, he eats the whole thing. No penalties for Lou. Back with Myleene and Damien, who say the camera (and that burger) adds ten pounds. They tell us that each celebrity got to bring a personal luxury item to the jungle, and John was smart enough to bring a camera to the jungle full of cameras.
Back in camp, they all look through his digital photos. There's Frangela, Speidi, Stephen. They all look back at the pictures and the moments he's captured. There's a picture of John and Patti on the first day, which he says was the start of a great friendship. There are a bunch of pictures of Speidi asleep. John: "That's what they did a lot. After arguing with people." They all think John's captured some amazing moments. Lou thinks it's sobering to look back at the journey they've taken and the weight they've lost. They miss Stephen. John says the pictures make them all realize how beautiful this place is. John says he knew this experience would be amazing and he wanted to be able to share it with everyone. Lou asks if he really looked that flabby when they came in. John, totally matter-of-fact, "Yeah." Lou: "Damn!" Hee. How is it possible I like most of these people now? I think this is proof that this show has killed brain cells. Commercials.