After the clip package ends, Mark says that he was pretty sure that he tied with the executed players more than once. He gives a lot of credit to Clay for helping him out and keeping him in the game. Mark says that he didn't think he won the final quiz because Nicole is so smart. Nicole says that she knew that she didn't perform that well on the final quiz. Jon adds that the dossier that Mark got to see had only one answer on the final quiz, and Nicole got it right, too. On the final quiz, Nicole got 13 out of 20, and Mark got 17 out of 20.
Jon asks Craig how he kept Mark off his trail. Craig says that he befriended Mark, and pretended to be clueless and in need of help. Victoria says that it was crazy to know that she tied with the winner, and it makes her wonder if she could have won. Jon says that on the night that she was executed, four other players had her pegged as The Mole, so she clearly had them roped in.
So how did Craig do it? And what did he sabotage? His strategy was to be the fun, lovable guy, and it worked. He wanted people to think he was trying but incompetent. In the waterfall mission, Craig dropped the bag as he was told, and people cheered for him anyway. In the Robinson Crusoe mission, Craig covered up the tobacco tin and pretended not to see the copper kettle. In the Race to the Summit, Craig was supposed to be a bike rider, but got blocked, so he "accidentally" scored a goal on his own team. In the Pigs Fly mission, Craig told Bobby to get into the wheelbarrow. In Fruit of the Luge, he talked to Victoria after crossing the finish line but the group blamed Victoria. In the Travelers mission, he was told to assign modes of transportation that the players couldn't possibly do. He didn't think they would refuse to do it, but it helped him because the other players blamed Mark for being the first to opt out. In How's the View, Craig got Nicole to speak and performed poorly while walking on the board. In Cell Out, Craig was given the answer to the puzzle but was trying to make it look realistic, and then Mark got the answer faster than anyone imagined he would. So Craig arranged to get himself shot in the paintball portion. In Tick Tock Boom, Craig had all the answers, so he guided the group to success because he felt bad for them. Jon announces that Craig kept over $100,000 out of the pot, and no one but Paul voted for him as The Mole until Week 7. That's pretty impressive. Craig admits that he played into the stereotype of the jolly, dumb, fat guy. Then there's clips of all of the executed players talking about how funny and awesome Craig is, and how he can't be The Mole. Awesome.