Peachy now wants to know the biggest fears of the S6. Kimj is afraid of growing old and not being able to do what she wants to do; her husband says she's scared of bungee jumping. Kimj points out that this was a matter of "wrong track[s]." Teresa's only fear is loss of a loved one, but her husband says snakes are a far more terrifying prospect. Ethan answers "fear of throwing up," and his mother very seriously agrees on the vomiting, which makes Ethan very proud. Tom thinks his wife will say he is fearless, but his wife cites what she says is every parent's fear: something happening to his son. Peachy points out that it's hard to argue with that answer, and Tom agrees. Kimp, afraid of spiders, is confident that her mother will answer correctly, but Mrs. Powers says Kimp's biggest fear is "being unfulfilled." Kimp wants to know if her mother is kidding, and Lex Loser says, "Wow, that's deep!" Lex Loser fears outliving his boys -- even the shifty one -- and his wife confirms his answer. She also includes herself, but Lex Loser mentions nothing about her and still gets the question right.
With one question to go, Lex Loser is in the lead with two points, and all the others except Teresa have one point each. Peachy tells Teresa that she won't compete in the last round, since it's impossible for her to win; even so, I imagine she'd like to continue hearing how poorly her husband knows her experiences, desires, and fears. The last question asks for the S6's greatest achievement. Kimj chokes up as she answers that her proudest accomplishment is her family: she's been happily married for thirty-seven years, and she has three great children. She then continues, "And not having any family of my own before that..." Was she an orphan or something? In any case, Kimj's husband agrees almost word for word. Eerie, but that's what thirty-seven years will do, I guess. Ethan is most proud of playing professional soccer, but his mom rambles on about his having competed in the state soccer tournament as a high-school freshman. Ethan is shocked and says, "Because there's nothing after high school." Which is so true, and the others laugh. Peachy points out that Big Tom didn't even hesitate; instead, he immediately wrote down three letters. Tom says his greatest accomplishment is his son and Peachy doesn't even have to play the tape, because his wife knows. She does know, so Tom gets a point. Kimp says that calling off her wedding at the last minute was her accomplishment, and acknowledges that it's a strange choice; her mother agrees, and cites Kimp's "solo trip to Europe." Lex Loser says, "Like Big Tom, I have no doubt." His two sons -- again, even the shifty one -- are his "crowning achievement," and his wife agrees. As he proclaims Lex Loser the winner, Peachy says, "Lex [Loser], it seems every time I turn around, I'm handing you something." He then tells Lex Loser to go easy on his Visa card. His Visa card. Got it? What is he, a college freshman? Peachy then reveals that he can't let Lex Loser go alone, and suggests that he take a companion. Lex Loser doesn't deliberate or give any excuses as he picks Big Tom, who promises, "I'll be the best date you ever had." Then the other members of Mofo Maji hug Tom and Lex Loser goodbye; as we go to commercial, a brief clip reveals Lex Loser and Big Tom skipping -- arm in arm -- through an open field.