It was a whirlwind of emotions on "The Biggest Loser" (Tue., 8 p.m. ET on NBC) as the contestants started the hour working out with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of her "Let's Move!" initiative, and ended it facing a tough choice in the elimination chamber.
Before getting there, though, Chris took a tough phone call from Roy who basically told her he wasn't managing at home without her, and wanted her to come home. Conflicted, she went on a rather disturbing binge-eating bout, including some unusual food combinations. Despite a breakthrough later about her own worth with Bob, the damage was done, and Chris gained two pounds on the scale.
That had her facing off against Kim for elimination. Kim, who's felt for weeks that she has no allies or real friends in the house, was stunned when the first two votes were to send Chris home. That was enough, and Chris went home where she was able to continue her weight loss journey with success.
Next week, the controversy that made headlines back in February will finally air. According to reports, contestants walked off the set in response to a twist introduced by producers that they weren't so thrilled with. At the time it was unclear if the drama would play out on television, but it looks like it will.
Watch the reality television first as "The Biggest Loser" continues Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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