Okay, elimination time. Abby explains that she's asked the others to honor her wishes, and told them that it's okay to write her name down. Danny is not convinced, and notes that Daniel has gotten the opportunity to be there for two seasons. He wants Abby to stay. For real, I like Daniel and all, but he needs to go. The voting begins. Abby votes for Amanda, because she didn't think Amanda would receive any other votes. A tearful Shay tells Abby that she's the mother she never had. But, like, in a much more dramatic fashion. I can't wait for this episode to be over, man. I'm totally having the Oreos. Shay honored Abby's wishes and voted for her. An emotional Amanda has voted for Abby, too. Danny, being awesome and sensible, votes for Daniel. Daniel says that he's not going to go against Abby's wishes. He voted for her, because she asked him to. With three votes, Abby has been eliminated. Abby tells everyone that she and her husband spent a lot of time dreaming big dreams. She thought those dreams died with him, but she's starting to have new dreams again. She's proven to herself that she's the things that she wants to be. None of her attempts to rejoin the living worked, but then she came to The Biggest Loser. And it's working.
Abby tells us that the next chapter of her life has yet to be seen, but she's ready for whatever it is. When Abby arrived on the ranch she weighed 247 pounds, and now she weighs 201 pounds. She was at one of the lowest points of her life when she got there, and knew that something had to change. Abby has always loved wholly and completely, and it's huge that she's loving again. Her family will be proud of all she's accomplished, but will be happiest to see the light back in her eyes. She knows that they missed her, and she's glad that she's coming back. We head home with Abby, who has a police escort. There's a homecoming party being held in her honor at some big venue. Her parents hug her first and tell her she looks gorgeous. Abby says that before, she had all these wonderful people but wasn't ready to let them in. But this time she saw all their faces and thought, "There's happiness to be had." She gives a very moving speech in which she says she's changed on the inside as well as the outside, and there are great things in store. They have her back. Billie, Abby's mom, tearfully interviews that this is the greatest gift they could have. Ron adds that the world's fixing to be a better place because Abby is back. It's all kind of great and makes me cry again.