OK, there's still more show to go. Jesus. Jillian has a one-on-one chat with Kelly. She tells us that no one thought Kelly would go this far. Jillian shows Kelly the big cardboard cut out of her when she started the show. Kelly notes that she was very unhappy -- she hid behind all the weight. Now she's more comfortable with herself. Kelly looks at herself and says she's beautiful. Jillian says that there are no tears, just mutual affection and a positive outlook all the way around. Kelly says she's never going back to the self of the cardboard cut out. Then Ali gets to see her cardboard cut out. Jillian tells her that in addition to having the highest percentage and poundage loss of any woman on the show, she has the highest percentage of weight lost of anybody this season. Well, then! She could really do it. Ali stands next to her old self. She's, like, shorter than she used to be, too. Ali tells us that anyone who has lost weight knows that it's not about the pounds on your body, it's about why you hold onto weight, and where you gave up on yourself. Ali loves herself now. Jillian tells her that her bigger self was loveable too, she just didn't know it. Ali feels like she's alive again. Boy, do I have a Cher song for her.
Mark is next with the cardboard cut out. His transformation has been really stunning. Bob thinks that what Mark has achieved is one of the greatest success stories he's seen on the show. Mark is committed to never again looking like he did back when, and never again being the person he used to be -- e.g., an emotionally stunted rageaholic jerk. He feels very fortunate and has a lot to be thankful for, and says that whatever happens at the finale, the results are the same -- he has a happier, better life. I really did come around to liking Mark. Mark tells Bob that he has also realized that showing emotion is a sign of strength. He is indebted to Bob for giving him his life back. Roger then gets to see his cardboard cut out, and wonders where its clothes are. Roger is delighted with how much better he looks now. We have Tim Gunn to thank for some of this, for sure. The haircut has been huge. Roger tells us that he has lost weight, but hasn't changed as a person throughout the process. He says that like it's a good thing. Roger is happy with his life, he tells Bob, but just needed to lose weight. He thanks Bob, and says he appreciates both his help and his friendship. Fat Roger is history. Bob thanks Roger right back, and they hug. Roger notes that his fate is in America's hands, and offers to give us a hug. We'll get back to you on that, buddy.