The Yellow Team is the last to weigh in. They need a 12-pound loss to be safe. Given their low numbers last week, Kelly is scared. Paul goes from 283 to 269 (-14) and Kelly goes from 257 to 248 (-9). Wowza! They are so happy, and for a moment I thought they were going to run into one another's arms and embrace and then reunite and it would feel so good. There's one perfect fit, and this one will be it as soon as they each lose another 100 pounds. Paul says he even impressed himself. Kelly is proud of both of them, and says that the others were right to keep them there. They lost 23 pounds total, or 4.26%. By .01%, they win the title of biggest losers of the week. Good for them. Paul hugs Kelly and says he loves her so much. She gives him the pat. Bernie wishes he had shaved his beard, which might have made up for that .01% difference. Of course, this means that Neill and Amanda are up for elimination along with Maggie and Jenn. Not looking good, suckas.
Maggie and Jenn pack and ruminate on how much their lives suck. Jenn is trying to stay positive. Maggie thinks that at least people will know they do all that they can, whereas Neill slacks off all the time. Amanda doesn't want people to send them home just so they can see their child. Eh, I don't think you have to worry about that so much, Mandy. The vote-givers sit around and discuss. Jackie reminds us that she and Dan have two votes. A teary Amanda addresses the group. She says that she and Neill are strong together, but she doesn't think it's time for them to go. As much as they want to see their son, they're not ready yet. Neill interjects to say that they're not trying to sway votes or politic it out. Well, that's very convincing. Sway votes! Politic it out! Amanda has to interrupt him to say that they really do want to be there, and they want everyone to know it. Roger tells us that everyone was expecting Neill to step up to the plate and show that his attitude has changed and he does want to be there, but that didn't happen. It's just like Jenni and Lynn. Methinks Roger wants to give Neill the old punter's boot.
Eliminations! Sami asks Neill if he let Amanda do the talking, and he says he did since she's better at connecting with people. Plus, he says, she can turn on the tears better than he can. Sami looks absolutely disgusted, like the time her mom Marlena Evans was possessed by the devil. I think Amanda secretly wants to slap Neill too, though she would never admit it because she's so nice. Seriously, how did he ever land her? Meanwhile, Jenn says that she and Maggie pushed themselves physically to places they've never been. Not only do they want to be there, they need to be there. These girls do seem to work fairly hard -- I think they just haven't hit their stride yet.