DI Rosenbum tells everyone that they will now reveal the results of all The Gauntlet events. Which we already know. But they don't know the results of the last four events listed below.
- Lauder's Last Stand: Wolf
- Jackson's Hold: Wolf
- Coddington's Crossing: Wolf
- Haar's Heartbreak: Whitlow
Then there is the cheesiest voice-over ever. They want us to think that DI Francisco is talking to the recruits, but the voice is so different from the natural sound, it's obvious this was recorded later and inserted to make the episode longer. DI Francisco reminds us that the first recruit with seven dog tags wins.
- Park's Peak: Wolf
More voice-over filler, with DI Francisco reminding Wolf that he's ahead four to one. Like he can't count? What am I talking about? He can't even hear this. It was so inserted in post-production.
- Moretti's Memory: Wolf
Wolf looks relieved. There's a shot of Pupo for no apparent reason. DI Francisco reminds us of the score, but unlike this show, I'm not going to insult your intelligence that way.
- Meyer's March: Wolf
So after the first phase, Wolf leads six to one. Which we already knew. He only needs one vote to win. Surely one of these people will vote for him, won't they? Now each discharged recruit comes up to reveal who they voted for, and why.
Moretty goes first. Whitlow voice-overs (and this segment was already used once in last week's episode) that she hopes Moretty voted for her out of loyalty. Moretty gets up on the podium and says that among the voters, she spent the most time with Whitlow and Wolf, but that she's had the least time to reflect on their actions. Moretty is looking back on who put the most effort in, not necessarily who was the better recruit. Moretty is giving her dog tags to Whitlow, because she put her heart in it and was more consistent.