The Losers pack up and head home. Roger is looking forward to seeing his family, and having them see the new him. Ali says it took a lot of courage for her to come to campus, but that the experience reminded her of who she was. She cries as she says that she created a body that she could be proud of, and dealt with some mental and spiritual issues to boot. Mark says that this entire experience was worth it, no matter what the outcome. He can't wait to see his wife and kids. His wife is totally going to divorce him if he keeps crying. He is sad to have lost five months of his children's lives, but knows that in doing so, he probably added on another 20 years. Kelly tells us that who she is hasn't changed, but there is much more of a sense of confidence. She's proud of what she's done, and she wants to be the first female Biggest Loser. She's ready to work damn hard. As the contestants open the front doors of their houses, we cut to black.
Ali tells us that next week we'll see the live finale. Yay! And that the fate of Mark and Roger is in our hands. Log on to NBC.com and vote for who will make the final three. The third finalist will be revealed during the first five minutes of the show. I'll see you there, with my low-cal pepper steak in hand!