Jillian tells Isabeau that this is when it's most important that she push through it, because this is where it matters the most. Lives are made in these moments, when you choose whether or not to say "I can't," or "I can." It's that choice that will make or break you in life. What about, "I might, if I feel like it, or maybe I will just sit on the couch and drink a glass of shiraz and watch Oprah, okay?" This show makes me really defensive about my hobbies. Isabeau tearily interviews that Jillian has been a lot more than a trainer for her. She's been a foxy lady love, and we all know how hard it is to give that up and go home to your sensitive, yet bony, boyfriend. Jillian tells Isabeau to try the faster speed on the treadmill for twenty seconds. She does, and luckily, she does not fly off. Isabeau says that Jillian has been a form of hope -- she's given Isabeau hope (as well as sensual pleasure beyond what she'd ever dreamed) and Isabeau doesn't know if she's ever going to be able to repay that. Isabeau tells Jillian that she's right all the time, which is kind of annoying. Jillian smiles kind of bashfully, which is super-cute, though I don't know if I like how these two are all of a sudden lovers. Don't think I'm above gaining 150 pounds just to lose it all on TV and win my woman back for good.
And then, weigh-ins! Sami's hair is a conservative homage to Amy Winehouse, who, for the record, weighs as much as one of Isabeau's calves. Two folks are going to drop below the yellow line and be eligible for elimination, per usual. Neil is up first, and feels confident. Neil goes from 288 to 278, for a loss of 10. Oh, Jesus. I mean, good for him. He's had eleven double-digit weeks. His total loss is 3.47%, which certainly seems like enough to keep him safe. He's lost 143 pounds altogether, and is quite impressed by himself.
Hollie is next, and looking fine! She goes from 196 to 191, for a loss of 5. That's pretty good, right? She's lost 64 pounds total, and her percentage for this week is 2.55%. Then we have Bill. He goes from 213 to 204, for a loss of 9. Go, Bill! About a pound of that was in hair, I think. Bill starts tearing up and says he's so happy right now. This place has made his dreams come true. Bill interviews that he would have said he needed a miracle to get to 204 before he left the campus, and he guesses he got it. Awww. Hollie is bawling, too, though I'm not sure why. I think everyone is really tired and in need of a salami sandwich. Bill's total percentage is 4.23%, which puts him at the top of the pile. He's lost 130 pounds altogether, which is pretty impressive. Bill can't stop crying, and Sami congratulates him on making the final four. Hollie, meanwhile, looks miserable.