Kae is next, and needs to have lost more than two pounds to push Nicole below the yellow line. Julie interviews that if Kae makes it to the finals, no one else has a shot. She wouldn't waste a second voting Kae off if Kae fell below the yellow line. Kae goes from 159 to 156, for a loss of 3. She's worried. Sami notes that Kae's name always comes up as a threat, and asks how important it is for her to stay there. Kae says that it's important to everyone. She interviews that she is a threat, and that she knows that if she goes below the yellow line, she'll be the person sent home. Kae's percentage is 1.89%, which means that Julie is safe and Nicole will be facing elimination.
There is only Bryan left to weigh in. He has to lose more than 5 pounds. He goes from 276 to 270, for a loss of 6. He mouths, "I'm sorry," to Kae. He's happy that he's above the yellow line, but not happy to have pushed Kae and Nicole under. Bryan's percentage is 2.17%, and Kae and Nicole are up for elimination. Isabeau is surprised by Kae's appearance in the bottom two.
Bob is really upset to hear that he has two people who have fallen below the yellow line. Jillian, hand on hip, asks her team if she even has to ask what's going to happen. Neil says that he knows Jillian will be telling her team to vote for Kae, and that she's been the biggest threat since Day One. Jillian walks through the kitchen with a little bit of a smirk on her face -- at least, according to Neil, which makes him furious. He says that he'll do everything in his power to make sure he doesn't see that smirk on Jillian's face again, even if it means that he has to pick off all of the Black Team members himself. Bob just says, "Good." Neil talks some trash about how the Black Team has some of the weakest players, and that they're picking off the strongest. And what's that I hear? Is it "Edge Of Seventeen" playing in the background? Yeah, I thought so. Neil also picked a bad week to make his point, since Isabeau and Hollie were the top two players in terms of percentage of weight lost, with Bill practically tying for third. Neil now thinks that he's the biggest threat, and dares everyone to come get him, though not to their face. Oy, I wish people had eliminated him when they had the chance.
And then, we are in the elimination room. Sami is wearing such a cute shirt and her hair looks good, for once. Kae, however, is having trouble maintaining her new bangs, unfortunately. Bill votes first, and he is super-complimentary and says it's with much respect that he votes for Kae. Bryan says that both Nicole and Kae are fierce competitors and have a chance at actually winning, and that this is a very hard decision. In thinking about who would do better at home, he had to vote for Kae. Neil is next. He says that this was an impossible decision for him to make, since both women inspire him. He wants to get as far as he can in the end, but he also wants to beat the best and surround himself with the best competition. So he voted for Nicole. Sami notes that Neil has embraced the beating-the-best mentality, and asks how he'll motivate himself if Kae stays around. Neil gives some lip service to always voting off the biggest threat, and then lets out that he could now be perceived as the biggest threat. He welcomes it, and tells everyone else that if they want him, they should come get him. Just like the white-winged dove. Shut up, Neil. Isabeau says that the person she's voting for tonight inspires her, and unfortunately sometimes those who inspire you the most are those you have the least chance of competing with. She votes for Kae. Julie, before she votes, says that sometimes the biggest people are not always the biggest threats, and looks pointedly at Neil. Nice! She says it's possible for someone to inspire, encourage, and motivate you in the game, and still keep you from making it to the end. So it's with the greatest of respect that she voted for Kae. This means that Kae is eliminated. Sami notes that there was a lot of talk about how inspiring Kae was. Kae says that she's grateful to have been there. She was hoping to go to the end, but she thinks that everyone there deserves it, and should keep working hard and remember why they're there. She gives everyone else a pep talk, which by the looks of it makes them all feel kind of guilty. Sami tells Kae that she's lost 30% of her body weight, which is the highest percentage of weight loss of any female competitor in The Biggest Loser history. Sami notes that it's ironic to say this, but technically speaking, Kae is not the biggest loser. Kae hugs everyone as she heads out.
Kae says that it's sad to go, because she wanted to complete this journey. The Kae who began the show is similar to her now, because they're both excited and grateful to get to participate, but that she's stronger and more confident now. She wanted to change her life, and she thinks she's done it. She says that the next time we see her, she'll have done a half-marathon and reached her goal weight.