And then it's time for the weigh-in that counts for the Black Team. Sunny will have to have lost more than 6 pounds to keep her team safe. She tells us that she's worried she's going to blow it. Sunny goes from 241 to 227, for a loss of 14 pounds! Holy shit! Bob bum rushes the stage and gives her the most giant hug. John tells us that Sunny came through when her team needed her, and came through big. Sunny cries with happiness and relief. She talks about how wonderful and encouraging her family was, and how great it was to accomplish so much while she was at home. She says that Bob has given her life back, and that she loves him. Even if he won't let her eat pulled pork. Bob tells Sami that Sunny was a total champ, and that this was his best week on The Biggest Loser. Sami announces that tonight, Sunny also has the second highest percentage of weight lost of anyone on campus. Her 14 pound loss equates to 5.81%, meaning that she crushed the Red Team. The Black Team remains undefeated!
The Red Team, however, is extra defeated. Jessica has the highest percentage of weight lost, and so can't be eliminated. The Red Team has a chat, and Ramon tells everyone that he's sick of failing. He's sick of hiding and acting like a fool, and wants to be the man he came there to be. There's so much more that he needs to do, he says, but he's glad he got to know his teammates. Vinny says that he came on the show because his health was so bad that he got a disease. He can't believe it went that far before he took action. He hasn't gotten rid of his diabetes yet, and hopes to do so before he leaves. Vinny isn't ready to go home yet, but has made the decision that no matter where he's located, he'll continue to lose weight. Courtney says that she tried out for The Biggest Loser four times, and dreamt of what it would be like to be thin and healthy and be looked at like she was normal. Oh, that is the saddest. She says that she doesn't have the lowest percentage of weight loss, and she works hard every day. Courtney doesn't want to leave, and doesn't think she has the knowledge or training to know what to do right. That's the most we've heard her say over the entire four weeks.