Anderson voice-overs that the tensions are taking their toll as the players are on a losing streak. We see some footage of Jennifer and Steven arguing over his lack of response. Steven claims that he was responding every time, although that's not true from the footage we saw. Jennifer bitches at him that he can "give [her] attitude" all he wants, and adds derisively, "Mole!"
The group is still rehashing the test, apparently, although it appears to be later. Kate says that it's all a game. Jennifer says that she "hustled" and "worked [her] butt off" and then points out to Charlie that he didn't get very far. Charlie tells her that she is sometimes "an absolute asshole." Everyone laughs. Jennifer responds, "Take some Viagra and shut up." Oh, good one. I can't believe how mean she is. I really can't. I can't believe a person could get through life being as mean as she is, all the time. Everyone else laughs and Jim pretends that he is introducing them in a boxing match. Charlie insults her again. Jennifer keeps talking as everyone exits except Kate. In an interview, Jennifer says that she's not "a dumb broad" and she'll be "the first one clapping" when Charlie exits the game. Hate her. Hate. Her.
The group eats dinner. Anderson voice-overs that Henry had a dream predicting who would be the next one executed. Henry tells everyone about his psychic dreams. Kate tells us that they called Henry's bluff and made him write down his prediction. Henry does, and seals it in an envelope, just as he seals his own fate as the next to go. Isn't it obvious? Everyone laughs at Henry's psychic visions.
The Carmen Sandiego map shows us that the team traveled to Seville, Spain. It's purty. The group gathers at the University of Seville, where their next test will take place. Anderson tells them that this test could be worth up to $120,000, but there is a trap somewhere in the test. He asks them to divide up into two groups -- four and three, and the groups should be "intellectually equal." They divide up, and Charlie asks if they want to make any changes. The first group is Henry, Kate, Jim, and Jennifer, and they follow Anderson. Kathryn, Charlie, and Steven await further instructions.
The first group gets inside a room. Anderson explains that they have the opportunity to solve eight problems, worth $15,000 each. They get thirty minutes total. They give their answers to a professor from the University of Seville. They are allowed to pass, but they can't go back to passed questions. Oh, this is just like the academic competitions in high school! Okay, I know that I am a geek.