Mark really doesn't want to go home not yet having gotten under 200 pounds. He tells his team that just because he's had his worst week ever, it doesn't mean that he's done losing weight. Roger asks if he, having just lost eight pounds, should be sent home. Well, good point. Mark tells Roger that he could be competitive at home, and in fact even be the at-home Biggest Loser. Roger points out that he could be the actual Biggest Loser if he stays. He wants Mark to be a man of his word. Mark explains that he said he'd leave when he ran out of weight. It's all semantics to Roger. He points out that Trent sacrificed himself. Mark thinks that was a very different situation. Roger leaves it with, "Well. I just know what you said." Work it out, queens. Roger gets up, emphatically unzips his shirt, and drops an f-bomb. He thinks he's headed home.
Mark and Jay discuss the situation in their room. Jay obviously wants Mark to go. Mark worries about leaving Jay by himself, and Jay is all, "I'm a 31-year-old man!" Mark starts bawling like Kelly. Jay says he'll do whatever Mark wants him to do. Mark is very conflicted. Jay thinks that if Mark had reached his goals, he'd go home, but he still has weight he wants to lose. He correctly points out that it's a game, and nobody wants to take themselves out of a game unnecessarily. Mark weeps that this is killing him. Oh, Lord. He worries that if he stays and puts up a shitty number next week, it won't be fair to Roger. Oh, who gives a fuck about Roger? Mark bawls and Jay hugs him. Jay secretly can't WAIT for Mark to leave. He promises to take it the rest of the way.
And then, it's like a scene from the fucking Godfather. Mark implores Roger to take care of Jay like he's his own brother. Roger gets choked up too and says he treats both of them like they're his brothers. Uh, except for the thing that happened, like, ten minutes ago. Roger says he won't turn on any of them, and he said that from day one. Mark BAWLS that he doesn't want to leave his brother, and he always thought they'd go through this together. The decision to forego that meeting with Jillian's mom looks worse and worse with each passing moment and glistening tear droplet. Mark meets with the rest of the Blue Team and says it's not fair to send Roger home. He doesn't know why he hit a wall -- it could have to do with the injury he has. Now Jay starts bawling. Mark tells everyone to vote for him, including Jay. He emotionally says, "You are my brothers. I love you all." Roger hugs Mark and weeps, "I love you." Do they think they're in fucking Nam or something? Jesus H. And of course, no emotional meltdown would be complete without a pride on three.