Liz told her husband before she came to the ranch that they were going to make some hard changes. He was like, "Whatever." But Liz was serious. And now, she says she's changed a lot through this process. She and her husband have known for years that they have issues. Liz says she had become bitter, resentful, and angry, and was empty inside. But that's not going to happen anymore. She takes a walk with her husband, and tells him that being on the ranch was a life-changing experience for her. She doesn't want to just get by for the next twenty years. Rather, she wants adventure and fun, which have been missing from her marriage. Liz's husband says he fell in love with adventurous Liz at the beginning, and he wants her to fall in love with him all over again. He interviews that he wants happiness between both of them, and that's all that really matters. And then he gets choked up and has to step away from the camera! Oh. They need to go sing "Islands in the Stream" at karaoke night, stat. Liz tells her husband that this is their second chance. She doesn't want a divorce, and wants to make their marriage work. I think the first step in this endeavor is making him shave that moustache.
And then the final four each get a Unabomber-style package delivered at their front doors. It's a video. The videos are personalized for each contestant, and feature Bob and Jillian giving encouragement and helpful advice. Bob tells Liz to ask for help when she needs it. I tell her to put down the cupcake. And then Jillian introduces an old friend. It is Fat Liz. Fat Liz confesses, on day one, that her weight is affecting her relationship with her husband. Basically it's because she doesn't feel sexy, which in turn makes her not want to bone him. She's afraid that her husband will leave her. In the present, after watching the video, Liz's husband tells her that he's proud of her. She says that this type of sentiment is rare, and welcomed.
On Rudy's video, Jillian says that he needs to practice how he's going to live the rest of his life. He deserves to be happy in every facet of his life. And then there's Fat Rudy, who talks about his family in his old-times interview. He doesn't want to be a deadbeat dad who can't even play with his kids in his yard. And he doesn't want to be a dead dad, either. Bob tells Rudy that 60 days is going to go by very quickly, and he can't waste even a day. Rudy tells us that the guy who wasn't sure how he would get through this is gone. It's going to be hard, but he's not scared and is going to push through 'til the end.