Charlie and Steven are still herding sheep. I know it sounds really boring, but the editors manage to make it entertaining. Charlie keeps yelling "Heche," but this time Steven manages to get some of the sheep into the corral and they shut the gate. Charlie decides to go after the stragglers with the "Heche bit," and manages to get them all in. Steven celebrates as Charlie yells at him to "close them gates." He does, and they turn to counting.
Jim and Kathryn are still deciding on their art piece. Kathryn thinks "less is more." They are focusing on the box now. They have put a piece of costume jewelry just out of reach of the boxing glove, as if the glove is reaching for it. Jim doesn't want the jewels in there. Kathryn thinks there should be "something being reached for," and she likes that it's "crappy, broken material goods." I see where she's going, but I think you should let the viewer decide what is being reached for. I can't believe I'm analyzing their art. All the other works in the gallery were very simple and stark -- this will make theirs stick out. Jim doesn't think the jewels fit. Kathryn likes the contrast. Jim decides to go with Kathryn. In an interview, Jim explains that he let Kathryn have her say. Jim proclaims, "Genius!" and hugs Kathryn.
The background music is "Mary Had A Little Lamb," while Jim and Charlie try to count. Charlie asks the random guy how many sheep there are, but the random guy claims he doesn't understand English. Charlie doesn't think they should let them out to count them (I guess they were considering letting some out to make the counting easier?). Steven agrees, since they only have twenty-five minutes. But wouldn't you at least try? I mean, what else are they going to do to kill twenty-five minutes? I don't think they get penalized for guessing, so it would be nice to have an educated guess. Charlie thinks "a bird in the hand, or a sheep in the corral, is worth two in the bush." Charlie and Steven shake hands and walk off, as we see the words "The Mole" burned in the grass. Interesting.
Jim and Kathryn's art piece is installed in the gallery. They sit upstairs and listen while the art critic tries to pick out their piece. She looks at the various pieces. She thinks Jim and Kathryn's piece might be by the same artist who made the noose in the shape of a question mark, because of the rope. The critic checks out a cross made of loaves of bread, and says that it's "too simple to be the nonprofessional piece," because "nonprofessionals always tend to do too much." Upstairs, Jim points at Kathryn, as if scolding her about the jewels. The critic has to make her pick. She thinks it might be a heart made out of orange and lemon slices, but it's too simple. She turns and picks Jim and Kathryn's piece as her final choice. Jim and Kathryn come downstairs. Jim steps on one of the art pieces, which is basically a rope on the floor. Hee! Anderson asks the critic about the jewels, and the critic says that it was "a giveaway." Anderson says that it was a loss for the players, but "a victory for art." In an interview, Jim says that he "made light of the process," but he eventually got into it. Anderson tells them to go back upstairs, because they have some other critics who want to see the work.