Daris is up next. He worked hard all week, but has gotten so skinny that a big number is going to be tough. Daris needs to have lost more than 6 pounds to make it to the final four. He goes from 205 to 195 for a loss of 10. Yay! Good for him. Daris says he wanted to make himself proud, but also serve as a good example and make other people proud. He did exactly what he set out to do -- lose 150 pounds -- which means as much as getting under 200 pounds. Daris also has a one-pound advantage, so his total percentage lost is 5.37%. He doesn't seem bitter about losing out on the $10,000 needlessly.
Ashley is next, and wonders if she can keep up with the boys, who have pulled these huge numbers. She needs to have lost more than 8 pounds to best Michael. Ashley goes from 238 to 231, for a loss of 7. Ooh, that hurts. Michael, to his credit, does not gloat. Could be that Koli was right at the top of the episode, though. Ashley is proud of her weight loss -- 143 pounds since coming on campus -- which is the record for the most weight lost by a woman on campus. Her total percentage lost is 2.94%. This means that Michael is definitely in the final four.
It all comes down to Sunshine. To guarantee a spot in the final four, she'll have to lose more than 5 pounds. Sunshine goes from 178 to 176, for a loss of 2 pounds or 1.12%. She cries. Bob cries. Sunshine congratulates Ashley. She says that being in the final four would be great, but it's awesome to see how far she's come. No one can take away her journey. She's happy and grateful for her time on campus. Bob tells her that she's shown who she is. She had to leave on the first day, and when she came back she showed everyone what she was made of. Bob tells her that she'll be greatly missed. Ashley tells Sunshine that she's absolutely beautiful, and strong. In 17 weeks, Sunshine lost 99 pounds. She tells us that she's disappointed not to be in the final four, but can't let that beat her up now. She knows how hard she's worked, and knows she's a winner. Sami officially tells Sunshine that she's been eliminated, but is still competing for the $100,000 at-home prize.