Meanwhile, Irene is getting cramps everywhere but is still determined not to let Rulon win. Olivia slacks on her lead, and Kaylee catches up. Olivia does not care for this one bit. She starts kicking all hard-like, and then Rulon seems to be flying up on the side. But then Olivia wins! She has immunity, and is thrilled. Sami is totally cute and seems to be thrilled for her as well. Olivia gets to bring someone on the trip to Milford Sound with her, and of course picks Hannah. Hannah is stressing a little about missing a workout, but is reassured when Hannah reminds her that they'll never have a chance to do this again. It's a sunny day, which is in itself miraculous, and the girls see all the beauty that New Zealand has to offer. They land in a crazily scenic spot, and talk a lot about how much they love each other. Olivia tells us that they've earned their lives back, and deserve to be witness to such beauty. They cry, and Hannah ascribes the whole situation to divine intervention. It's easy to feel like that when you're looking out on such a wondrous landscape, I guess.
Brett and Jay bond over being booted and then getting to come back. Brett says some encouragement, and then takes Jay and Austin on their special adventure. They're rock climbing! And this is a serious rock. Like, a mountainous rock. Brett tells them not to slip and fall. Well, yeah. He suspects that Austin and Jay will get their tails handed to them. It really does look scary as shit. And then how do you get down? Austin asks about weight limits. Nice try, kid. True story: I once went on a climb in Australia and felt an immense sense of triumph when I clawed my way to the top over what I thought was a sizeable rock. As my friends and I celebrated, we saw the following figures reaching the summit: a 90-year old guy; a small child in jelly shoes; and a man with no arms. No. Arms. People in that hemisphere do not play. Brett and company take a moment to lean back with no hands, which is definitely a "don't try at home" move. Everyone makes it to the top of the mountain and no one dies, which is a victory unto itself. Plus, there's a good view! And scaling a cliff is a great metaphor for the journey of losing a thousand pounds. Hurrah!
Bob takes Irene and Rulon on their bungee jumping adventure. They'll go 141 feet off of a bridge, which Bob thinks is hilariously funny. Irene and Rulon don't look so sure. Irene admits to freaking out, and Bob gives her a big hug of encouragement. Irene looks like she might pass out and throw up, neither of which would make for a great jumping experience. Finally, Bob counts down from three, and Irene jumps. She survives, and also seems to have a good time. She says that this journey has taught her to go all-out, because the saddest thing is going home knowing that she could have done more. Rulon, meanwhile, is actually afraid that he might die. Four years ago to the day, he tells Bob, he was in a plane accident. The plane that he was in ran into a lake in Southern Utah, hitting the water at 150 miles per hour. Rulon had to swim two miles in 43 degree water. He survived, of course, but it must be kind of eerie to jump off of a bridge on the day when you nearly bit it. Bob points out that you can also die from diabetes. He wants Rulon to have trust in him, and to jump off the bridge. Rulon agrees, and then does it. His head dips into the water, but the cord does not break. Happiness abounds!