Now Jerry needs only one more vote to go home. Neil is up. He says that he really struggled. The person he voted for is an integral part of the team, but he believes that the person he voted for will be able to lose the weight at home. And it's Jerry. Well, the Blue Team certainly became a band of punk-ass bitches in a hurry, didn't they? Jerry is pissed. He's the team captain, and has lost more weight than anyone else on the team, as Sami points out. He says that when he picked the team, he picked the team that would have the biggest loser on it. He doesn't believe that anymore. He's going to go home, try to stay in shape, and eat right. He wishes the Blue Team luck, but says they're going to have some tough competition. Doomed.
Jerry tells us that this has been a fantastic ride. He looks at what he's accomplished at his age, and he hopes that people who are his age will watch the show and know that it can be done. He really is pretty inspirational. He thanks the show for taking him to the next level, and says when he gets home now, an hour on the treadmill will be nothing. He tells us that the next time we see him, he'll be thinner and healthier, but the same happy-go-lucky Jerry that he's always been. And then, oh shit! Jerry is now at 209 pounds -- he's lost 88 so far. Go, Jerry! He says he doesn't care how old you are, you can still lose weight and be healthy. He actually looks a lot younger. We see him with his grandkids, and he says that losing all this weight, he hopes he can see them graduate from high school. It's quite the transformation, and you have to feel really happy for him.
Next week: Lots of twists and surprises! And the show is only an hour and a half long, thank God.