The contestants continue their red carpet walk inside, and it turns out they're going to see the Cirque de Soleil. No offense to Canadians or clown-mimes, but that shit freaks me right the fuck out. But wait! There are not long-faced folks in inhuman contortions! Rather, Becky's husband J.C. emerges. He looks and like he walked right out of a community theater production of Our Town. Just, old-timey in a really enjoyable way. He's so cute. AND! He's also lost 50 pounds! They are really an adorable couple. And then J.C. gets down on his knee and puts Becky's wedding ring back on her finger! She had outgrown it, and is clearly quite moved to be able to wear it once again. Aw, I want the show to just get those two a room, stat. New skinny sex must be a good time.
Vinny is next to get a visit from a loved one, his fiancée Lori. She cries as she tells us that she's extremely proud of him. Vinny confesses that he wondered if Lori wouldn't like him now. But his fears were for naught, because she likes him a lot! Vinny's chin quivers with the force of how much he loves Lori. He tells her that he always cared about making people smile and laugh, but he never cared about taking care of himself, because he never cared about whether he was alive or not -- until he met Lori. He cries as he says that there's a reason why he's supposed to be alive. Having someone who loves and cares about him made Vinny think that he was good enough to deserve this. He wants to stick around and love on Lori as long as he can.
Next, John gets a visit from his wife, Jill, and actually expresses what appears to be joy to see her. He says that he can see in her eyes how happy she is, and for her to be pleased about what he's doing means everything. John gives his wife mad props for taking care of things at home while he's been on the ranch saving his life, and says he'll owe her a debt of gratitude forever. He wants to bring home everything he's learned at the ranch to help her with her weight struggle. He seems really excited about how great everything is going to be. Jill is happy that John is so happy, and I have to say that it's nice to see him express an emotion that isn't, "Grrrr."