Jillian talks to Danny and his wife. He says that it's been quite "different" at home. He has to integrate his family back in his life, and also fit back in. Now he's back in the picture, but he's also in The Biggest Loser picture. Jillian asks if he can bring his family into his BL life. He says that he has been, and that they go to the gym together. His wife adds a quiet, "Sometimes." Jillian hones right in on the wife, as she's been trained to do in the school of cursory reality show psychoanalysis. She asks if Danny's wife feels like he doesn't need her. She says she doesn't know. Then we cut to Bob and Rudy talking a walk. Rudy says it's tough at home. He works a twelve-hour day, plus an hour and twenty minute commute, plus time with his family, plus a two-hour workout. He's barely getting six hours of sleep a day. Bob is perturbed. He says that he sees stress in Rudy's face, and asks if he's getting support from his family. Bob notes that he sees some tension there. Rudy says that it's been tough for his wife to take care of everything alone for three months, and now that he's back he can't just disappear on a six-hour run. Plus, his kids never want him to leave the house. Going to the gym is tough when your little girl is telling you not to go, he says. Eh, lock her in a soundproof closet and then you won't have to endure the guilt.
Then we cut to Jillian telling Liz that she's in an isolated bubble, and that when the show is over she's going to wonder, "Now what?" She's peeled off all sorts of layers of weight, but there are lots of problems that brought that weight about in the first place. Liz says that working on those issues is going to take some time. Her husband travels all week. Jillian says that it's hard for a couple dynamic when one person gets healthy and the other isn't on the bus. This is a great segue to Danny's wife, who says that she doesn't necessarily feel left out, but she would like to be validated more. She had never been insecure about their relationship before, but now she's kind of afraid that he's going to leave her now that he's looking good. Jillian tells Danny's wife not to search for validation from Danny. She needs to look within herself. That poor woman is about to have a nervous breakdown. You can tell that Jillian wants to Dr. Phillianize her but good.
Bob then tells Rudy that a lot of people are going to respond to him because he's the guy who's having to juggle his job, his family, and his health. He has to figure out how to find a balance in this new life of his. Rudy wants to be the Biggest Loser, but is having a hard time getting there. Liz tells Jillian that she has to stay true to herself or else she'll wake up as the same person who came to the ranch. She doesn't ever want to go back there. Liz addresses all the women in America and tells us not to do like she did, or we'll wake up one day and find that we've given all that we have and have nothing left for ourselves. It's no way to live. I think I've given all I have to recapping The Biggest Loser and the only thing I have left for myself is a broken butt. She's right that it's no way to live. Bob tells Amanda not to eat so much cereal.