Mark starts bawling, and basically everyone except for Kim looks really sad. Chism is disappointed in himself, and starts to cry. And then Mark cries more. He pleads for mercy for Chism, and volunteers to go home in Chism's stead. Mark is indeed in pretty good shape, and is firm in his conviction. This makes Chism feel VERY guilty, and he says that they have no control over the rules of the game. Mark gets dramatic and says that he's then going home WITH Chism. But Chism really bucks up and says that though it's harder, he's going to keep going and lose weight at home. He feels better now than he ever has, and wants to continue on that path. Dolvett congratulates Chism on being a man. Bob says that Chism is like the son he never had, and the whole room believes in him. Chism needs to take all that love and support and remember it every day, while still being an all-around stand-up guy. Sami reminds Chism that he still has a shot at the at-home prize before sorrowfully telling him that he's not the Biggest Loser. Everyone is super sad as they bid Chism adieu.
Chism tells us that he's leaving the ranch loving who he is today. He believes in himself for the first time in his life. We catch up with Chism at home, where he tells us that we can follow his blog on The Biggest Loser web site. Well, that seems like too much work for me. Sorry, kid! Good luck, though.
Next week: switching trainers. And these idiots are STILL freaked out about it.