Sami takes a moment to ask Jillian and Bob to give some advice to folks at home who are trying to lose weight amidst various struggles. Bob says that it's not a quick fix -- it's a lifestyle change, and there are bound to be ebbs and flows. Take it one day at a time, he says -- eat a little bit less, and move around a little bit more. That seems like pretty solid advice. Sami asks Jillian why she wants a woman to win. Jillian says that it's not about the title -- it's about saying to all the women out there, "Make impossible your favorite word." But "truculent" is my favorite word. Am I allowed to have two? But what she means is, welcome the challenge, because when you bring your heart and your mind to your intention, there's nothing that you can't accomplish. I think that to really get in shape I need one thing: a CD of Jillian alternately yelling at me and spouting inspirational sayings.
Sami tells us that the finalists were only home for six weeks, and had to make every single day count. Oh God, more montages. This time, they're feel-good. Roger goes to his son's school to teach kids about healthy lunches. And, wait for it, he brings them Subway. Why not just have them chew gum for lunch? Kelly is able to do some exercises despite her herniated disk, and says that she can't let the injury take her out now when she's fought so hard to stay in the game. Ali trains like a world class athlete by rock climbing and the like. She says this is bigger than her -- she's doing it for all the women out there, and that's what's going to push her to become the first female Biggest Loser. Each finalist is determined to push his or herself past any and all limits, whether it takes vomiting, grunting, or doing push ups on a swing set. I can't tell you how anticlimactic this is going to be if Roger wins.