Liz is first to weigh in. She says her relationship with the scale has been a disaster, with bad weeks rotating with good weeks. Last week was a small number, so she's due for a good one. Liz goes from 203 to 198 for a loss of 5. She has a cautious smile, and is thankful to be officially out of the 200s. Her total percentage of weight lost is 2.46%. Rudy is next. He has lost more weight in ten weeks than anyone in Biggest Loser history. He says that anyone can do it, if they work out 24 hours a day under the constant supervision of celebrity trainers. You know, it's a mindset. Rudy goes from 308 to 296 for a loss of 12. Bob and Jillian high five. Rudy says he's won already, and feels incredible. He has lost 146 pounds in 11 weeks, which is indeed a record. Rudy goes over and lifts Bob and Jillian together in celebration. He has lost 3.90% total.
Allen is next. To guarantee safety, he has to have lost more than 9 pounds. Allen goes from 238 to 230 for a loss of 8. Ah, too bad. Allen is probably my favorite contestant. He says he's going to be a first class firefighter, and a role model to his colleagues and his family. Allen says that his daughter always viewed him as Superman, and now he has the physical body to back that up. He also can go back to his wife and give her what she wants -- sexytimes! Leading to an expansion of their family. He says that their life will be a whole lot better now that he's a whole lot better. Allen has lost 3.36%, and Rudy is definitely safe.
Danny is next, and is a little worried about plateauing. He needs to have lost more than 10 pounds to stay above the yellow line. Danny goes from 304 to 288 for a loss of 16. Madness! He has had double-digit losses for seven weeks in a row, and is happy to have the record. Danny also feels like crying, which is a big surprise. Danny reinvested in his dreams, says Bob, and has had an a-ha moment. Jillian says they can give Danny all the science, but unless he feels worth the end result he won't be able to put that into action. With a weight loss of 5.26%, Danny is guaranteed a spot in final four. Liz falls below the yellow line.