Bob talks to Moses about his New Zealand history. Moses says that his grandparents saved up all of their money to send his dad to New Zealand for his education. Moses can only imagine how happy his dad would be to see him in New Zealand. Bob breaks all of the Biggest Loser rules for the first time in the show's history to allow Moses to use his phone to call his dad. His dad honestly doesn't seem all that excited. He's like, "Yeah, it's totally pretty. Now can I get back to watching General Hospital?"
The contestants meet with a guy named Eric, who explains that they'll be on a hybrid racing yacht. Everyone straps on a lifejacket, and Eric instructs them in how to raise a sail. They do it, and then have to race another boat. A calorie burn happens, and I guess they also win the non-race that they are competing in. Some very triumphant music plays as everyone takes in the moment. Kaylee is totally glad that she didn't defect from campus a few weeks ago. Hannah tells us that she feels like she's living a new, truly amazing life, in which kiwi plays a prominent part.
After a commercial break, Ken tells us that he wants to talk to Cara because he has concerns about their training and diet. Jillian reminds us that traveling, historically speaking, is terrible for weight loss, so she intends to beat her team members like always. Jillian and Bob work with their folks, while Cara gets a bad feeling about something going on with the Green Team. Ken notes that he has a problem, and Cara wants to get it out in the open. He says that he needs more guidance from her about what he should be doing, particularly with the few injuries that he has. Cara tells him that she's done nothing but work with him from day one, and now he's one of the final nine contestants. Considering his injury, she thinks that his weight loss last week was fine. Ken, however, says that Bob and Jillian have a level of expertise that no one else has due to the fact that they've been doing this for so damn long. Cara is totally offended, and tells Ken that he's welcome to jump ship. She yells and cries that she's done nothing but fucking work for him, and that he's had amazing weight loss training with her. She adds that Brett lost three weeks in a row, and that she thinks her method works just fine thank you very much. Wow, I'm glad she didn't take that in a defensive manner at all.