Jim and Kathryn watch the scenario unfold from below. They wonder if Charlie is bungee-jumping. I wonder what the "fake" task is, since both Kathryn and Jim's tasks were fake. Jim tells Kathryn that his task was fake. Kathryn still doesn't know that no knives were thrown at her.
Charlie continues to ponder the implications of his task. He says that he's chicken, and he could use the implications as an alibi. Charlie says that he'll give it a go. Some crew members hook him up with a harness attached to some bungee cords. I worry that they're going to drop the plank out or something and old Charlie will have a heart attack. I mean, he's a jerk, but no one deserves that. Steven guides Charlie over a ladder and out on the plank. Charlie makes it to the end. Below, Jim notes that Charlie is doing it. Steven continues to give Charlie instructions on turning around, which is the tricky part, it seems. Charlie gets most of the way around, and announces that he's "getting shaky." We see his legs shaking. Steven instructs Charlie back and Charlie makes it back to the ladder. Steven tells him how to get over the ladder. Charlie completes the task, and $60,000 is added to the pot while Steven gets his exemption. Charlie explains that "to be blind-folded and walking around is eerie," but explains that he trusted Steven, more than he trusted his harness.
Jim and Kathryn walk up. Charlie asks what happened with Jim. Jim says that they all did their tasks. Anderson asks Steven to explain what happened. Steven says that he chose Kathryn for the knife-throwing because of her teacher story, and that she fainted, but that no one threw knives at her, and it was all fake. Kathryn looks confused, but then smiles. Jim says that he told her so. Steven explains about Jim's not-hot-coal-walking. Steven then talks about Charlie's task, which they all just witnessed. In an interview, Kathryn says that Charlie said he did his task so that Kathryn wouldn't get an exemption if Jim failed, but Kathryn isn't buying it, because they had discussed how Jim would do anything. Except get both legs put in a cast. Kathryn doesn't bring that one up. Kathryn deduced that Charlie could be The Mole, or that Steve is The Mole. I'm not sure where she got that. In an interview, Jim says that part of him hoped that Steven would get the exemption, and he hopes that in the same position, Steven would do the same for him.