Episode PremiereDecember 14, 2010
Show Period2004 - now
Production Company25/7 Productions
Before the finale can get going, Ali tells the audience they have to reveal the results of the voting for the third finalist, Ada or Elizabeth. Ada comes onstage first, and the audience goes wild to see how great she looks. She tells everybody that her relationship with her family has never been better since returning back home.
Ali is ready to reveal who America voted for as the third finalist. With Ada and Elizabeth both onstage, Ali tells the audience that Ada won the vote. Now Ada has to go backstage with the other finalists. Elizabeth is up for a chance to be the at-home winner.
One by one, the contestants from the at-home challenge weigh in. After a few rounds, Adam sits comfortably as the frontrunner for the $100,000 prize. But he also knows there are a few more competitors who still have to weigh in.
Former contestant Rick takes the stage. He's wearing a tuxedo, and explains to Ali that his outfit is a symbol of his new life with his wife. When he steps on the scale, he's lost a total of 165 pounds and takes the top spot from Adam. Still two more players have to weigh in before Rick can accept the title of "At-Home Winner."
Mark is the final player to weigh in as an at-home player. He loses a total of 213 pounds, which is enough to receive the title of "At-Home Winner" and the grand prize of $100,000. He immediately runs up to give Bob and Jillian giant hugs.
Ali calls the three finalists to the stage, Frado, Patrick and Ada. Each of the finalists compliment each other on how much progress they made while at home.
Frado is the first finalist to step on the scale. He finds out that he lost 164 pounds with a total percentage of weight loss of 44.14.
Ada is the next finalist to weigh in. She steps on the scale and finds out she's lost a total of 99 pounds, an outstanding number, but not enough to knock Frado out of first place.
Patrick is the last finalist to weigh in. He celebrates the fact that he's lost 181 pounds and enough of a percentage to be named this season's Biggest Loser, and receive the grand prize, $250,000.