After a commercial break, Dr. "Death" Huizenga pays a visit to The Unknowns. He's wearing a button down denim shirt with a tie, and generally looks like he walked out of 1989. Dr. H. tells Q that he's got 248 pounds of excess fat, and has an inner age of 51. Q is 27, and takes this news pretty hard. He has an adorable little son who means the world to him, and so finds his morbid obesity to be pretty scary. He needs a death-obsessed ginger to clue him into this fact?
About 40% of Rulon's body is fat, as is 43% of Justin's. Rulon says that after all he's been through, he feels like there's nothing he can't recover from. And what has he been through, you may ask? It turns out that Rulon has survived a snowmobile accident, motorcycle accident, and plane wreck. He won two Olympic medals, he says, but obesity is his biggest foe and the thing that will put him in an early grave. Dr. H. points out that Rulon beating an undefeated Russian in 2000 was one of the biggest Olympic moments ever. This is a different sort of battle, but one that will take the same amount of courage. Justin says that he was scared for Rulon before they came on the show, but now he's scared for himself. Dr. H. affirms that Justin should be scared, given that he has pre-diabetes and high blood pressure and also, I may add, an extremely ruddy complexion. Justin's inner age is 59, 20 years older than his biological age of 39. He gets ruddier as he cries about this new information. He's got a lot left to do in life, and a lot of people depending on him. He probably came on the show for the wrong reasons, he says, but now he's here for the right ones.