Al begins his descent to the bottom, so that he can try out his combination on the treasure chest. Heather -- who has suddenly become the narrator of the show -- voice-overs that they are all cringing because they know that Al is afraid, and they were all helpless. Al says to himself that he has an unbelievable view, and that if he dies now, it's not a bad final view. He also tells his wife he loves her. Al finally reaches the bottom and everyone cheers. I hope they gave him a piece of paper to write down the numbers, because I would have certainly forgotten them if they weren't superimposed in a graphic on the screen. Al dials up the numbers on the lock, and then pulls -- and the lock remains closed. Al swears a few times in disappointment. Anderson voice-overs that Heather's answer for red and Darwin's answer for green were incorrect. Interestingly, I note that those were the two numbers Al did not change at all. Anderson tells us that the correct answers were eight for red and one for green. Heather tells Darwin that she feels bad because Al was trying so hard. Darwin says that Heather was trying hard, too, and Heather says she feels dumb for getting the answer wrong. Darwin says he feels dumb, too. Al says that he was devastated. Al joins the others at the bottom, and they Monday morning quarterback the game. Al tells Bribs and Elavia that their answers were wrong and he corrected them. In an interview, Darwin says that Heather and Bribs hang out together a lot, so he figured that Heather would know Bribs's birthday and thus get her question right. Then again, Darwin points out, he didn't remember how old Bob was, and they were roommates.
The other players join the group at the bottom of the dam. Anderson tells them officially that they don't get any money for the pot from this game. Anderson says that it was a game of trust, and now they have questions about whom they can trust. The producers want to create doubt so much, but I really got the feeling that the wrong answers were just because people didn't know the necessary information about ages and birthdays, and it's not like they were allowed to consult their journals. Al is really ticked off at himself. Or is he just putting on a show to make it seem like he's ticked off? In an interview, Bill points out that Al had the opportunity to correct all of the answers, and he didn't. In an interview, Rob says that there is definitely suspicion toward Al.