Previously on The Mole: Heather swore to Dorothy that she was not The Mole, and the two women formed a coalition. Al caught up to Heather in the Evader game, and Heather got upset about it. Bribs was executed, and left behind his can of Mole Killer, which he found in his grandfather's garage.
Anderson reminds us to watch for the hidden clue to the identity of The Mole. Opening Interview Montage. Bill says that he wants to get to the final three and then win, and that he'll take exemptions if he can get them. Heather is scared that she'll make it to the final round, only to be beaten by Dorothy, and regret their coalition. Dorothy can't believe she's still there. Al has been lucky when it comes to his family, but has never been lucky when it comes to winning, and maybe this is his time. Or not.
The players are allowed to interview each other openly. Bill and Al pair up, as do Dorothy and Heather. Heather asks Dorothy how it feels to be in the final four, and Dorothy says that she won't lie, and that it's a surprise. Dorothy asks Heather if she's a good liar. Heather says that she's done a lot of deceitful things in her life, which makes her an excellent liar. Heather asks Dorothy if she's The Mole, and Dorothy denies it. There was an oddly flirtatious vibe throughout that segment.
Al picks the least flattering camera angle for Bill and asks how Bill is going to work the next quiz. Bill prefers not to answer that question, and laughs. Al claims that he's going to "throw it all out there on one person." In an interview, Al explains that he told different people different things about his approach to the quiz.
Calascio, Italy. Anderson welcomes the players to a table. He explains that there will be one exemption offered in the last game, and that it will be the last exemption offered ever. In an interview, Dorothy explains that with the dwindling numbers, exemptions are more important than ever. I think we need to add to the Mole Drinking Game that if someone claims that this round or this execution or this exemption is the most important one, and it's not the final round, you have to drink. In an interview, Al says that he would drink an entire bottle of his foot wine for an exemption. Anderson wishes all of the players luck and then leaves them to their meal.