Kathy says she wants to go on record as saying that they should have taken the guaranteed money. They decide to go for it, despite Kathy's objections. Frederique is kind of with Kathy, though. Ahmad asks for a final decision, and Erik says he wants to go for it. Corbin is still hung up on the Hawaii connection. Erik tells Ahmad to open the coffin, and Kathy is staring at Erik like she wants to kill him. Ahmad opens the coffin; there are only bones inside, of course. Erik even walks over to look and make sure. Kathy screams at Erik, "What is the matter with you?" and he runs away. In an interview, Kathy says that Erik saw there were only bones in there, and she wanted to kill him. Kathy yells at the other contestants, "The expression 'money in the bank' means money in the bank!" In an interview, Frederique says that the gravediggers were suspicious. Ahmad says that the money is in Kevin Spacey's coffin, and shows them. Ahmad announces that the pot remains at $67,000. In an interview, Erik says that he's been working with Kathy, and that it's a hidden coalition. In an interview, Kathy says that she took a second and thought that she must be in a coalition with The Mole. Kathy looks at the camera and says, "You all saw it." Erik looks at the camera and shrugs. Hmm. That whole thing was interesting. I don't think Erik is smart enough to pretend to be The Mole, but it's possible that Kathy told him to pretend in order to throw the other players off track. Or he could be The Mole.
The contestants arrive for dinner. Ahmad reviews what happened in the last game, and says he's sad that they didn't get any money, so he's going to give him a chance to win it now. He reminds them that there hasn't been an exemption offered yet. Ahmad says that he's going to give them an exemption to give out, but that they have to arrive at it by unanimous vote. If they can decide, they will also get $25,000 for the pot. But, if they don't decide, Ahmad will take $25,000 out of the pot. Ahmad gives them thirty minutes to decide. Corbin asks if they're allowed to discuss it. No, you just have to psychically connect and make a decision. Shut up, Corbin.