The episode opens with a series of interviews. Tracey says she thinks she got closer to figuring out who The Mole is, and that she's looking at Mark Curry. Mark says that he hasn't narrowed down his choice, because he is The Mole. Dennis mumbles that they care that Corbin is gone, but not really. Keshia says she's glad she didn't enter a coalition with Corbin, since he's gone, and if she had listened to him, she might be gone as well. Angie begins, "Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned." Then she looks at the camera and giggles. Stephen looks morose and says he doesn't know what to do.
We're still in Yucatan. The MUVs are driving the players to a beach. Ahmad greets them in another giant sombrero. He reminds everyone that there's only $16,000 in the pot. Ouch. The next game is called "Clucks For Bucks." Ahmad instructs them to split into three teams of two, and after a little difficulty, they settle in the following pairs: Dennis and Keshia (Team One), Stephen and Angie (Team Two), and Mark and Tracey (Team Three). Ahmad directs their attention to a nearby chicken pen. There are twenty-four chickens inside, and forty-eight sombreros. Some sombreros have nothing inside, and others have numbers. The players have to pick up sombreros (one at a time) until they find a number. Then they have to find the chicken with the corresponding number on a leg tag, and place that chicken into a smaller pen. They will get $2,000 for each chicken caught, and there are five "super chickens" randomly mixed in; each is worth $5,000.
Dennis and Keshia prepare to go first. Dennis asks if she's ever touched a chicken. Keshia says that they had chickens growing up, and promises Dennis she'll be fine. Dennis picks a sombrero and finds a number, and Keshia quickly finds the corresponding chicken and tosses it into the pen. Dennis picks up the next sombrero and finds the number 6 inside. You know that it's a 6 and not a 9, because it's underlined. He has already picked up the sombrero and called out the number, and Keshia picks up another sombrero anyway, which is illegal. Because she's The Mole. They find chicken #6 and Dennis slam-dunks it into the pen. Angie interviews that Dennis was scaring the chickens, because they probably thought he was a giant from all the earth-shaking that was going on. Stephen interviews that Dennis was acting like he did on the basketball court, faking left and right and then finger-rolling a chicken into the pen. Keshia picks up a sombrero and says that it's number 6, and then decides that the earlier number must have been a 9. Dennis wants nothing of the 6/9 controversy, so he just picks up another hat and starts looking for that chicken. What I don't get is why they put the hats back down after looking at the number. How do they know which ones they've already looked at? I would toss the hat outside the ring or something. Stephen and Angie yell at Keshia and Dennis to find chicken #9 before moving on, or the rest won't count. Keshia decides that it must have been 6 in the first place, so they're fine. Keshia picks up another hat and finds a 9; she protests that there's no chicken with that number. Dennis interviews that it was typical mumbo fricassee tuna melt. Dennis finds chicken #9, and dashes to get it into the pen before time runs out. For some reason, Keshia also has a chicken and is trying to get Dennis to put it into the pen. She tosses her chicken in after his, and time quickly runs out.
Ahmad compliments Keshia on her "chicken picking," and then reminds everyone that they can't turn over hats simultaneously. When Dennis and Keshia both put in chickens at the same time, it was illegal and those chickens won't count. I knew that was fishy. Ahmad announces that Keshia and Dennis have added $17,000 to the pot. Wow, more than doubled.