Elizabeth addresses her crowd, saying that she's lost 52 pounds and did a lot of soul searching and healing on the ranch. She's dealt with all of her issues and feels stronger mentally and emotionally. Physically? Who knows. Patrick has lost 121 pounds, and his green-wearing fans and friends cheer. Though it's been hard to be away from his family for so long, he says that it's been worth every second. Patrick's mom tells us there's nothing greater in this world than seeing your child back in the arms of health again. Health's arms are really muscle-y, but not long, so they can't fit around you when you're fat.
After a commercial break, it's time for the Losers to watch their DVDs. It's of course Bob and Jillian, telling the contestants that it's time for them to reflect on how far they've come. Frado and his family get to watch the kind of montage that we've had to suffer through all season. Since it's their first time, though, it seems like it's moving to them. It features fat Frado talking to skinny Frado at the end, saying that he's the man he thinks he is, and now has to maintain what he did and stay focused. Frado's mom's review is: "I cry the whole movie!" Wow, Frado is a lot more likeable when he's not plotting with a bunch of douchebags.
Next, Elizabeth watches her DVD. Some of it seems quite hard for her to watch, particularly the emotional retardation parts. Elizabeth's boyfriend, Jay, starts tearing up when he sees her eyes roll back in her head when she was on Camp Pendleton. We see fat Elizabeth talk to her future skinny self, which is in fact her current self, telling her to be happy and healthy.
Next, Ada and her family watch her DVD. Oooh, it totally leads with the dead brother stuff. Awkward! Then it goes on to show Ada talking about how her parents call her a worthless idiot. That's one way to initiate a conversation. Dr. Phillian totally put this one together herself. Ada is of course triumphant at the end, which is obvious given how she's kicked ass all through the competition. Fat Ada tells skinny Ada that she can now finally be herself and not worry about pleasing people, because she knows who she is. A chord of doom plays after the video is over, and Ada's mom, who looks very upset, reaches over to her and says she didn't know Ada was so unhappy. She adds that they want her to have the best. And then it becomes clear that Ada's dad is the real impediment to parental decency, as his response is that he works so hard and it's all for her benefit. Ada just cries, and it sucks that she can't even enjoy a triumphant return home.