For the trust test, Kathryn wasn't given any information going in, because the producers wanted her to show "genuine fear, and they got it." Nice. We see Kathryn fainting while she voice-overs that when she got up, she knew she had to go through with it or Steve would know that it was sabotage.
In the hotel room test, Kathryn's goal was that they would pass the test and she would be the hero, which would take suspicion away from her. Kathryn was given all of the details of the test beforehand, and she had everything written down. She was trying to "subtly point Steve towards the clues that [she] knew were in his room." However, she didn't succeed. Kathryn points out that the guys were "sitting in their rooms, chatting on the phone like schoolgirls." Shout-out? Kathryn finishes by saying that "The Mole has to love it and show no mercy."
Anderson tells us that there were "hidden clues" given to the players and the viewers. The first one was in the first episode -- when they had to repack all of the bags, Anderson held up a duffel that had Kathryn's name on it. Okay, so not a clue. I mean, I'm sure they could have edited that in afterwards. Lame. During the Cartier watch test, Kathryn said, "I think we should just pull the trigger," when they reached a final decision. But, the players weren't supposed to know that a gun would reveal the correct answer. Okay, I'll buy that one. Anderson tells us that if we had "done [our] research," we might have seen some "hidden clues." There are four letters in the word "mole," so "four was the magic number." Kathryn was the fourth to arrive in the first episode. After Henry was executed, Anderson said that Henry "paid the price." Kathryn's last name is Price. Of course, none of us knew that. Lame. Those clues were lame. I think they just threw those in there to try to get people to be as avid about this show as they are about Survivor in terms of looking for clues and watching each episode frame-by-frame.
Anderson asks if Kathryn ever decided not to sabotage a test. Kathryn says that you can't sabotage every single test and get away with it, plus it wouldn't be fun if the team never won any money. Steve thanks her for that. Kathryn points out that sometimes "they would lose the money themselves." Anderson asks if Kathryn fainted for real, and Kathryn says that she did -- she faints a lot, and was even worried that she would faint when they jumped out of the airplane in the first episode. Well, I was wrong. I admit it. Steve knew about her history of fainting, too.