Anderson stands next to a dam in the Swiss countryside. The players run up to meet him, with Dorothy and Elavia taking the lead. Anderson instructs them to select five players: one who can be trusted, and four people who "just want to hang out today." The players look at each other for a minute. Multiple people volunteer just to hang out. Heather asks, "Who's trusted?" and immediately goes to Al. The others seem to agree. In an interview, Heather says everyone feels that Al can be trusted to be fair, and that he's a team player. I really wish Al were The Mole, but I don't think he is. That would be funny, though. Anderson recaps that Al is the trusted one, and that Elavia, Bribs, Heather, and Darwin are the ones who will hang out. Anderson has some fairly tight black pants on today. I know that will make some of the forum posters happy.
Everyone walks out onto the Maloja Dam. When they get about halfway across, Anderson explains that this game is worth $35,000 for the pot. They have to answer four questions. The answers to the questions will combine to form the four-digit combination to a locked treasure chest, which contains the prize money. Anderson reveals the twist: the four questions are printed on cards, which are attached to the side of the dam. A colored flag marks the location of each card. The four "hanging out" volunteers will rappel down the dam, and within a ten-minute time limit, read one question, figure out the answer, reach the bottom, and radio the answer back up to Al. The fourth person to rappel can answer as many questions as he or she wants. If Al gets two different answers to the same question, he has to decide which answer he trusts. Once Al gets the combination, he has to rappel (facing down) to the bottom of the dam and try to unlock the treasure chest. Al appears a bit anxious about rappelling face down. Bribs thinks it's awesome.
Bribs rappels first. He looks like he's done this before. He heads for a question underneath a blue flag and reads the card. Anderson helpfully voice-overs the question for us: "What is the number of players knocked into the water by Little Jane minus the number of players knocked into the water by Little John?" Good Lord, I would fail this quiz. I just watched that episode and I have no clue. Bribs rappels down to the bottom as we see a flashback of the Little Jane/Little John challenge. Bribs radios up to Al to give his answer for the blue question, which is four. Al confirms that he heard the answer correctly.