When we return, Cherita is still alive. Oh, wait, that's a flashback. She flails over her handlebars while moaning in pain and howling that that she can't stop. She wants to keep going, but Dr. H. tells her that it's over. They literally have to carry her off the bike as she has some sort of crazy deranged exercise-induced fit. Really, Biggest Loser? REALLY? Victoria wants to help her mom, but carries on with the biking. The Pink Team finishes their 26.2 miles, followed by Red Team Lance and Melissa. Five teams and three spots are left. White Team Michael and Maria finish, followed soon after by the Half Ton Twins. One spot remains. It's pretty clearly going to Purple mother and daughter Patti and Stephanie.
Cherita looks very sad as Victoria says that she's proud of her mom for having heart. Sunshine and O'Neal are devastated. I am devastated for them -- they seem like they really could have used this opportunity. For a minute I thought Sami was going to be like, "Just kidding!" But alas, it is not to be. OR IS IT? The Yellow and Blue Teams get into their respective limos and lament their fates. Sunshine and O'Neal do so while crying heavily. BUT WAIT! STOP THE LIMO! It's Bob and Jillian jumping in the road in front of the car! Surprise twist of greatness! Commercials, while we ponder the awesome thing that's about to happen.
Meanwhile, some bitch is trying to convince me that she lost 54 pounds by ordering from the Taco Bell fresco menu. They have got to be kidding with this ad campaign.
Okay, we're back. Jillian stops the limo of the Blue Team, while Bob stops the Yellow limo. As you can imagine, each team is quite happy to see the smiling face of a trainer. Bob explains to O'Neal and Sunshine that it's not over. Jillian explains to Cherita and Victoria that they'll be going home for 30 days and then coming back to campus, where the teams will face off. Well, okay, I guess. The team with the highest percentage of weight loss will be back in the competition. And the Yellow and Blue Teams will have Jillian and Bob to help them during their 30 days at home. Oh, good. This show is not quite as evil as we might have presumed!