Jillian surprises Ali and Kelly, who give her a huge hug. Kelly says the weight of the world came off of her shoulders to know that they're not on their own anymore. However, the girls are stressed because the boys are primed for big numbers. Jillian, who seems to have left her awesome hair back with the wallabies, tells them that they're on track for some big numbers, too. She says that they need to give it everything they can. Ali professes her love and adoration for Jillian, and is glad to have her back. All the contestants have one more day before the weigh-ins.
And then, weirdness. Mark and Bob talk on a secluded roadway, and Mark is apparently very upset. He tells Bob that he's beat. Oh, and he's crying again. Good lord! Apparently, Mark is having an emotional breakdown. It was tough for him to lose Jay, and he tells Bob that he can't handle it any longer. Bob tells Mark that he can handle anything, and explains to us that he needs to get Mark to calm down and focus on the big picture. Eh, just throw the bastard into an upward dog. Seriously, though, I imagine that losing that much weight must throw the body and emotions and hormones and everything into full chaos, and make you feel kind of crazy. Plus, he's probably really, really hungry. Give the dude a Twizzler and in 10 minutes he'll be all set to run up another mountain or set of stadium stairs. And then make him an appointment with Jillian's mom.
The contestants and their trainers all meet with Sami, who tells them that their final weigh-in is coming up and gives them kudos. Tonight, Sami has a special surprise for everyone, which she hopes will help them reflect on their journey and help motivate them for tomorrow's weigh-in. Ali points out that Sami's surprises are usually kind of crappy, like a dollar buried in 20 pounds of lard or some shit. She bids them good night.
Bob and Roger go into a room with a flat screen TV, upon which plays his and Trent's entry interview and highlights from throughout the season. They started as the heaviest team there. Roger cries when he meets with the doctor, and when he talks to his kid on the phone, and when he votes off Trent. And when he watches this montage! He mouths along the words, "One, two, three pride!" as he watches a clip of himself leading pride on three. Roger breaks the 100 pounds mark. He learns that the severity of his disease has been cut in half. I can't remember which disease, but I'm sure it was a bad one. He gets a makeover form Tim Gunn and is excited for his wife to finally get the opportunity to bang a hottie. No, she isn't having an affair. He's the hottie! Him! He...oh, never mind. Bob is proud of Roger. Roger says that he's not the smartest, fastest, or strongest, but it takes a lot to outwork him. And even though I haven't always been the biggest Roger fan, he's accomplished a lot, so good on him.