Michelle starts crying because Coleen is crying. Coleen basically begs to stay so she doesn't turn into her dad. Vicky says she can't lose weight at home because she's got two kids and works a lot. She says she's a fighter. You want to believe her, but the wild animal eyes and sour faces make her argument hard to buy. Michelle hopes that Amy remembers how terrible Vicky has been to her. Heba doesn't seem to understand that they aren't in teams any more. Says that it only makes sense that Blue Team vote for Blue Team members. They are individuals now. Vicky says if she goes home, its Amy's fault. Which is true, but there is something to the idea that you should be nice to people because you just never know what will happen. Michelle and Renee vote against Vicky. Ed and Heba vote against Coleen. Amy says they are both threats to her. She votes for Coleen to go home. Now we're stuck with more Vicky. Thanks a freakin' heap, Amy. Though, Amy could have been worried for her life. I guess I really can't blame the girl. Amy tells Coleen how much she loves her. There's more crying. We see Vicky, who pretends to be upset, but you know she's not. That's the same fake pout my daughter uses when she doesn't get her way. Heba returns to assy status by giving Coleen a half-hearted "Love you" when she gets up to leave. Heba doesn't even get up for a hug. That's the Heba I know and hate.
Coleen promises the next time we see her she'll be in better shape than Jillian. She gets home and gets lots of hugs from everyone. Dad looks good. He's so proud. Aw. Coleen's boyfriend literally lifts her up off the ground he's so excited. She's gone from a size 22 to a size 10.
Next time: Videos from home. and it all comes down to one weigh-in... like every other week. And Potes will be back to tell you what she did the last two weeks to make her feel proud. I personally am pretty thrilled that I didn't eat a third cookie. That's something to be proud of, right?