Tracey's partner from season eight, Coach Mo, has decided to partner with the American Diabetes Association to fight against the disease. He got rid of his diabetes after being on the show, and says that as long as he helps one person, his life hasn't been in vain. Coach Mo's total current weight loss is 105 pounds, and he too participates in a 5K with Dr. H.
Jillian tells us that the holiday season is upon us, and so for the first time she wanted to invite all the Biggest Loser winners to join her for a healthy Thanksgiving meal. We see season nine winner Michael, whose current total weight loss is 237 pounds. He's still a bigger guy, but clearly a lot lighter than he used to be. He gives Jillian a big hug, and the other winners start coming in. Season eight winner Danny Cahill still looks great, as does season seven winner Helen. Season five winner Ali of course is continuously fly, as noted earlier. Season four winner Bill has maybe been hitting the Fritos again a little. Season three winner Erik put on a bunch of the weight, as we learned last season, but seems to be slimming down again. Season two winner Matt also has had documented struggles with keeping weight off, and is currently in possession of two and a half chins. But the real piece de resistance is season one winner Ryan. His current total weight loss is 10 pounds. Yes, you heard me right. He's put just about all of the weight back on. Is nobody going to remark on the fact that the winners of seasons one through three have all plumped back up? This seems like a problematic trend.
Jillian hugs Ryan, then calls him a jerk. She thanks everyone, and says she appreciates their coming to fake and healthy Thanksgiving. Curtis Stone is on hand to talk about healthy holiday cooking. Curtis goes over various parts of the meal with various contestants. First on the menu is herb crusted grilled turkey breast. Mirepoix is involved. Ryan tells us that, with three kids, it's easy to just grab some food and bring it home. However, Curtis makes healthy cooking seem easy. Curtis rubs the turkey breast with Dijon mustard, then rolls it around in parsley. Okay, that looks disgusting. I am biased, because I hate mustard. Next up is leek and celery stuffing. I'm sorry, but that will not do. For dessert there's pecan-crusted apple crisp which, given my tree nut allergy, would kill me. I hate this Thanksgiving meal that first makes me gag and then brings me death.