And then out of nowhere, Rebecca speaks out, saying that Tracey is full of crap and is sick and should know better. She's tired of Tracey apologizing and saying that she wishes she hadn't done this or that, and wants her to take some damn responsibility for her actions. The Orange Team's percentage definitely puts them below the yellow line. And there is only one team left to weigh in -- the Purple Team. Tracey interviews that some choices are good and some are bad, but everything she did this week was designed to keep her and Mo in the game. She doesn't see anything wrong with that. And I mean, the thing that's wrong with it is that she's a lunatic. Really. And speaking of her lunacy, Tracey is putting herself on the scale. She totally didn't want to, but Coach Mo insisted. Tracey needs to have lost more than two pounds to keep the Purple Team safe. Everyone REALLY wants to see her go home. Coach Mo goes from 327 to 326 for a loss of 1 pound, while Tracey goes from 228 to 217 for a loss of freaking 11! The hell? Jillian lets loose with an expletive that is once beeped and blurred, but I think it's, "Fucker." Bob nervously puts his hands in his pockets. Even Coach Mo is stunned. Tracey says she has no idea how she lost so much weight. The room is dead silent, and Sami says it's hard not to notice that there's no applause. Tracey lost 5.26%, which of course means that the Purple Team is definitely there for another week. Basically, everyone has had it with Tracey. The whole Shay thing really did her in. The Red Team is below the yellow line along with the Orange Team, and everyone is already torn up about the elimination decision. Sean, however, thinks the decision is an obvious one.
Back at the house, Shay bawls and reminds everyone that she's had to pull herself from the dirt, and she's so unhappy inside. Everything in her hates who she is, and that's how she got to 476 pounds -- by not loving herself and not being happy. She is desperate to stay. Antoine says he can't tell anyone who to choose, but to say that he doesn't want to be there would be a lie. Being on the show is the greatest opportunity that he's had, and he'd give anything to stay there. But at the same time, he's learned a lot about choices, and both he and Sean have a strong support system at home, and that's key. Antoine interviews that the greatest gift you can give someone is self-sacrifice. He and Sean thought about this hard and realized that they could do it at home. Shay said she doesn't have a support system at home, and that makes all the difference. Sean says that he loves everyone, and can hardly get anything else out over his sobbing. He tells Tracey that she did some crazy stuff this week, but he still loves her. Sean is worried about Antoine, who is a young, single guy. But Sean asked Antoine if he could do it at home, and Antoine said he could. And, Sean says with a really great amount of passion, the simple fact of it is that Shay can't go home. Rebecca is bawling. Amanda is bawling. Tracey maybe looks a little guilty. Shay interviews that the support from the others is so great, and they want to help her heal herself. She begs the others not to give up on her. This is some serious dramatic shit, everyone. If it were not 1:40AM as I'm writing this, I might need to take a little time out to collect myself. As it were, I must soldier forth.