And then it's the final last chance workout of the season! We get some REALLY nice footage of Dolvett's arms, which I will take as a personal love letter from the show to me. Gina's foot is apparently fine at this point, and she's hoping that she'll still place in the top three. Jackson goes for his best burn ever, despite the fact that I think he'll crush any sort of America's vote that he would be a part of. Danni, unfortunately, has started to fall apart a little bit, and Jillian worries that the Danni of old is reemerging. She's getting in her head too much and beating herself up, and Jillian is quite concerned. Danni is lightheaded and thinks it might be a panic attack, and Jillian wants to get to the bottom of what's happening. They go outside, and Danni expresses the stress she's feeling about how others who haven't worked as hard can take her title away. Jillian points out that this is not about $250,000 or a title, but about a healthy, happy girl who doesn't hang her state of being on the outside world. She tells Danni to put her trust in fate, and interviews that we only control how we respond to the curveballs that life throws us.
Meanwhile, Jeff expresses to Bob how privileged he was to have him as his trainer, and Bob is visibly touched. They've inspired each other over the course of the season, and Bob has to take Jeff outside to say how much he's been affected by Jeff's story. He never wants Jeff to go back to the heartbreaking person in the video montage, because he's a good man whose father would absolutely be proud of him. Bob relates to Jeff's desire to have approval from his father, and notes that if he were Jeff's dad he would be incredibly proud. He tells Jeff to call upon him if there's ever anything that he needs, or if he slips back into a dark place. Oh, teary Bob! Stop pulling on my rusty old heartstrings!
And then it's weigh-in time! Jillian is quite mysteriously dressed as a swashbuckling pirate, while Ali is wearing the universally flattering shade of pink that I wish comprised my entire wardrobe. Red line, yellow line, America votes, you know the drill. Joe is up first on the scale, and goes from 244 to 239 for a loss of 5 pounds. He seems rather complacent about the minor loss, saying that the more you lose, the harder it is to lose more. Bob shows us that reading is fundamental by noting that he's seen Joe without his shirt, and he's got plenty more fat to lose. He thinks it's a shockingly low number. Joe is letting go and letting God, and Jillian is letting her giant sleeve swing. Seriously, I think she's wearing Kramer's puffy shirt. Must see TV indeed! Ali congratulates Joe on losing 125 pounds since the beginning of the show. With his one pound advantage, he's lost 2.46% this week.