Sami then asks Bette-Sue who is more nervous: her or Ali. Bette-Sue says they're clones, and adds that she wants to grow up and be just like Ali. Awww. She is rocking some pink cubic-zirconia rimmed glasses. And then there's Curtis, who had to get down to 238 pounds to qualify for health insurance. Oh, he's totally below that, though Sami is going to force us to wait and see what the scale says later for official confirmation.
Sami then tells us that the finalists were away from home for four and a half months. We get to see video of them returning home. Minus Mark! He's not really a finalist, so he gets no footage. Everyone obviously feels great about themselves, and excited to see their friends and family. Ali has a pink runway sprinkled with rose petals that leads to her door. And everyone waiting for her is wearing pink! Aww. Ali shows off her new hot booty and everyone cheers. And then a teary Bette-Sue says, "I'm so proud of her. It's worth all the humiliation I had to go through." Aw! She's the best. Ali feels honored, and is grateful to be home and feel so loved. She's also proud of her mom, and says that this season pink is the color of the Biggest Loser.
Then there's Kelly! Oh, her cute mom is there waiting for her. Her welcome home party takes place in some sort of office, I think. Her mom gives her a big hug and I start crying again. Damn you, Kelly's adorable mom! Kelly is so happy about all of the love in the room. Kelly's boyfriend, Don, says that she took his breath away, because he was looking for Kelly -- the Kelly that he knew. I don't know whether that sentiment is sweet or weird. I hope sweet. Kelly tells us that now she's living life, and has a shot at being the first girl Biggest Loser. I can't tell you how happy I am about Kelly's transformation. She has so much more confidence now -- it's like she's finally realized what a beautiful person she is, and is fully celebrating it. Oh, God, I'm crying again! I'm worse than Mark!