After commercials, Mark gives the thinkers the answer to the last question, the one that they originally got wrong. Also, he's been running for twenty-one minutes. Paul gives the coordinates and the runners find another bottle. Alex suggests that they start drinking the wine. For the next one, Paul screws up the coordinates, but quickly corrects himself and the runners find the fifth bottle, and then shortly afterwards, the sixth. Paul gives the runners the last set of coordinates, and Mark is maxed out on the speed now. He urges the runners to hurry up. They find the seventh and final bottle and must now get back to the start before Mark runs out of gas. They make it! So that's $70,000 for the pot, making the total pot $247,000. Paul points out in an interview that Mark managed to run for fifty-three minutes and also answered most of the questions. That's some pretty non-Mole behavior.
Afterwards, Paul complains about Nicole to Alex, and relays that Nicole didn't really answer any questions. What about Craig? I didn't see him answering many. I guess since he didn't claim to be super-smart, he gets a pass. Clay and Mark are also suggesting whether or not Nicole is suspicious. Clay interviews that he knows that Mark is a potential Mole.
Craig also interviews about his suspicions that Nicole is the Mole, especially because she has managed to stick around so long even though she doesn't take any notes. Mark and Clay decide that they need to encourage Alex to drink as much as possible before the next quiz so he'll at least be slower than them. Clay interviews that Alex hasn't had any exemptions and he's managed to stick around, which could mean that he's the Mole or it could mean that he knows who the Mole is. Or it could mean that everyone else is incompetent. Clay doesn't mention that possibility.