It's time for the quiz. Anderson voice-overs that the players have "learned to take the quiz more seriously." We see Kate and Jim studying notes while they wait to take their quiz. At least they let them eat a nice dinner before being eliminated. Kathryn says that the "exemption thing" has "added a new layer," especially Kate's having to betray them to get an exemption. Jennifer says that Steven made a big deal out of knowing how to use a radio because he was a cop. We see footage of Steven lying about "responding every time." Steven doesn't think that Jennifer is The Mole because she's "too emotive" and reacts emotionally instead of strategically. I'm right there with him. Kate says that she didn't see the red light on Jennifer's walkie-talkie go on when she claimed to be calling Steven. But it did go on -- I checked the footage. Nice try, Kate. Charlie says that he doesn't know whether Kate would have tried for two exemptions if she were The Mole. Jim disses Henry's confidence. Charlie talks about Henry's premonitions. Henry thinks his prophecy will come true.
The group gathers to find out the results. Kathryn looks like she's about to vomit. Charlie voice-overs that if he's executed, he doesn't want anyone to applaud until he's out of the room. Anderson reminds them that there is $310,000 in the pot, and that Kate failed to earn an exemption from execution. Steven volunteers to go first -- green screen. I don't know if they manipulate this footage, but the people who go first are never the ones executed. Jennifer -- green screen. Jim -- green screen. Henry -- red screen. Henry is gone. So much for his premonitions. Henry gathers his bag and Anderson escorts him out. Henry is philosophical about his execution.
Cue the sad Henry montage. It's so ridiculous. Oh, Henry. He was funny. Steven says that Henry wasn't one of his suspects. Henry was a nice guy. Henry was genuine. Oh, for crying out loud. The music is especially sappy. Henry bids Anderson farewell and leaves. At least he can go home and celebrate his anniversary.
Anderson opens the envelope, and it turns out that Henry predicted Charlie to be the next executed. Charlie comments to the rest of the group that "Charlie has a little more resilience than you thought." Why is he talking about himself in the third person?
The disclaimer screen is a little less specific this week. It reads, "Game play and some game elements not affecting the outcome have been edited for time." Still, I appreciate the disclaimer.