Per usual, the contestants honor the wishes of the person who wants to leave and give Moses the boot. Sami tells him that he's had a record breaking season, but is not the biggest loser. He tells us that he's been over 400 pounds for 10 years, and this experience has allowed him to reach limits that he never thought were possible. He has a lot more to go in his weight loss journey, as evidenced by the fact that he's too heavy to jump off of the Sky Tower. Moses thinks that he has the tools to help himself and his family get a better life. The next time we see Moses, he will have lost enough weight to be able to jump out of the Sky Tower, or a plane, or do any other thing that he might want to do.
We catch up with Moses today, weighing 273 pounds. He's lost 167 pounds, which is quite a feat. Nobody mentions that he's only lost 13 pounds since being home. Moses is back in New Zealand, and brought his dad along for the trip. They go to the Auckland Grammar School, where he received his education. The headmaster shows them around, and they gaze at pictures of old times. Moses says that being in New Zealand with his dad was amazing, but there's one more thing he wants to do: bungee jump! He's going off the Auckland Bridge, and is quite excited about it. Moses manages to complete this task without dying, and congratulates himself for it. Taniela, Moses' father, says that his son is just wonderful. Moses plans to return to New Zealand with his family to jump off of the Sky Tower. I hope he has a frequent flier account.
Next week: Singles! More jumping, and Brett is back.