Back at the hotel, Mark and Clay discuss the previous quiz. Mark reveals that he answered all of the questions as if Nicole is The Mole and so did Clay, and they're both still there. They are both fairly sure that it's Nicole, but also think it could be Craig. Clay admits in an interview that he doesn't trust Mark, because he could be The Mole. But to Mark's face, Clay just agrees that Nicole is probably The Mole. I thought Alex was leaning towards Nicole too, and he went home, so...
And then Clay, that little sneak, goes and meets with Nicole. He tells her that he answered the quiz as if Craig were The Mole. Nicole interviews, with a smile so she's probably at least partially joking, that she thinks she can trust Clay because he's the only other black person there. Clay tries to convince Nicole that Mark has acted Mole-ish, and she acts like she's buying it, but I don't think she is.
The players travel from Mendoza, Argentina, to Buenos Aires. Mark tells the others that his daughter's birthday is coming up and he's really missing his kids. Paul points out that they're all missing their families. Gee, what a random segment to show -- do you think something related to family is coming up?
Jon meets with the players and tells them that the next mission is worth $50,000 but will also have some additional value beyond money. He asks them to choose their most trusted player. Mark chooses Clay. Paul chooses Mark. Craig chooses Clay. Clay chooses -- get this -- Nicole. Damn. Paul looks confused. Nicole goes last and chooses Mark, but she claims it's to tie the score so Clay and Mark each have two votes. Jon says he knows that they have suffered from lack of contact with their families. He tells each of them that their loved ones are just now arriving in Argentina. Mark interviews that he doesn't think this is going to end well.
The players go to the train station and wait for their loved ones to arrive, but also nervous about how this all figures into the mission. Clay and Craig are up first. Clay will be given a list of thirty questions about Craig's girlfriend, Brendi, and he has three minutes to ask Craig the questions. Then Jon will ask Clay five of the questions, and if Clay gets at least three right, Craig will get to see Brendi, and $10,000 will be added to the pot. If not, Brendi goes home and no money goes in the pot. Do you feel like there might be an exemption factored in here? I smell an exemption. Craig goes through the questions, but Craig doesn't know all of the answers right away, probably due to the pressure and also because he's only known Brendi for nine months. Jon asks Clay the questions, and at least one is one that we saw Craig pass on. Jon doesn't tell Clay how many he got right; instead, the train pulls up and they have to wait to see if the train doors open or not. The train pulls in and Craig can see her through the window. The train finally stops and the doors open. Craig and Brendi hug. Aw. They're a cute couple.