Love is in the air in NYC as three weddings are about to take place. This season's 30 Rock finale, after being teased with appearances by Will Forte, Matt Damon, Julianne Moore and Elizabeth Banks, better live up to my expectations, and if we don't get an answer about who Jack chooses, I may have to submit myself into TGS rehab.
With only the live finale left in The Biggest Loser, the competition is fiercer than ever and the contestants are headed home for the remainder of their time. Before they hop on the plane, each of the four players rewatch their initial weigh-ins, interviews and the triumphs they've had along the way.
Upon arrival to their hometowns, Michael, Koli, Ashley and Daris each weigh in at the location of their first live weigh-in. What a feeling it must be to be in the same spot months later with such accomplishments under their belts this time. It isn't long before Alison pops up on-screen and alerts each of the four that their final challenge is going to be a full marathon where the winner receives $10,000 for the charity of their choice.
So far eight celebrities have been fired, and only six remain, with one week left until the live finale. Last week saw a $40,000 win for Rock Solid and project manager Sharon, and a loss for Tenacity, resulting in the firing of Cyndi.
Now five celebrities remain: Bret, Holly, Maria, Sharon, and Curtis. They stop and celebrate their longevity, but the celebration is short lived, as they get a call ordering them all back into the boardroom immediately. They are all nervous that somebody is going to get fired.
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