Dan is up first for the Blue Team. He goes from 226 to 219, for a loss of 7. He can't complain. Then there's Roger. Brittany would be psyched if Roger went home, since he's still huge and has a lot of weight left to lose. Roger goes from 276 to 268, for a loss of 8. It's a good number. The brothers have to lose more than 19 pounds total. Jay hits the scale, and goes from 228 to 221, for a loss of 7. This means that Mark has to pull thirteen pounds. Jay thinks it's not looking good fro the Blue Team. He's done it before, though, so things could really go either way. Mark goes from 202 to...201. That's one pound, bitches. I'd like to see how proud he is of that. Mark's hit a wall, and with impeccable timing. The Blue Team has lost 23 pounds, or 2.47%. Well done, Black Team! Bernie is the Biggest Loser of the Week. He sees this as justice being served. It doesn't mean that the Black Team is out of the woods, but with their hearts as big as they are, he says, they still stand a fighting chance. Dan is the biggest loser on the Blue Team, and so can't be eliminated.
And then the real drama begins. The Blue Team discusses who's going to go. Dan thinks that it should be Jay or Roger who goes, but Mark says he won't vote for his brother. Dan knows that if he hadn't been the biggest loser for the team they would have gone for him, but since he can't be eliminated, they're gunning for Roger. But don't you count Roger out yet! He reminds Mark that they had a plan in place. Mark said that when the time came, he'd do what he had to do. And, according to Roger, the time's here. We flash back to two weeks ago, when Trent was ultimately sent home. Indeed, Mark says that he'll be ready to take a bullet for the team. I'm not sure that this is exaaaaactly what he meant, and I'm also not sure why everyone on the Blue Team lets Roger bully them so much. Roger wants Mark to be a man of his word. If Roger had said he'd go, he'd go. Or so he claims. But, he reminds us, he didn't make that promise -- Mark did. Mark tells Roger that he hasn't run out of weight to lose. Roger reminds him that he lost a pound this week.