Jillian decides to destroy Frado during the last chance workout, and thus he does a lot of sweating and grunting on various equipment. Ada continues to be a machine, and I really hope she wins. She says that she's fighting to be in the final four. Jillian gets her to scream about it, and is happy. Bob goads Brendan into saying he's the bad-ass in the house, and will win. He thinks he's set himself up perfectly with his alliance, and wants Mark to go out next. For his part, Mark knows he's a goner if he falls below the yellow line and so is trying to drop the pounds. Elizabeth makes her 1800 steps and looks very tired. Patrick says he's been unemployed since January, and could totally use the $250,000 cash prize. He's working hard, and so is Lisa. She says that seeing her kids was good, and that the visit will tide her over and encourage her to stay through until the end.
After the last chance workout, Frado, Patrick and Brendan chew gum and strategize. Frado is nervous and worries they didn't get in enough workout time. Brendan thinks that even if one of them falls with anybody else, they're good. Brendan says that he's close to Ada and Liz, and Frado and Patrick are in the same boat. They talk about how they couldn't have set this up any better. I keep waiting for the day when two of their cocky asses fall below the yellow line at once.
With that, it's weigh-in time. Sami notes that makeovers mean less time in the gym, so crazy things could happen this week. Patrick is first on the scale, and regrettably has somehow gone back to his bowl cut. Boo! He's lost 99 pounds so far, and is eager to break 100. Patrick goes from 301 pounds to 291, for a loss of 10 pounds or 3.32%. That's a pretty good result, and Patrick says that he's officially "way smaller" than he was when he met his wife. He went from a stud muffin to a muffin, and now is at least getting back into low-fat muffin territory.
Elizabeth is next. She says she has a lot to prove, since she's gotten used to being under the yellow line. Elizabeth goes from 201 pounds to 196, for a loss of 5 pounds or 2.49%. She's happy, and says that she woke up feeling skinny today. Elizabeth didn't think it was possible to take years of weight off in a few months, and thought she'd keep getting worse and worse. Mark's cheeks turn completely red as he listens to her, or maybe he has undiagnosed Rosacea. Elizabeth has lost 48 pounds total.