Anderson asks Al how it feels to make $110,000 in one day. Al says it feels good. Anderson asks if Al has ever made $110,000 in one day. I don't know that I've made $110,000 in my lifetime! Okay, I probably have. But barely. Al and Bill joke about that. Al says that it's a good day for the pot, but a bad day for Heather. Anderson tells the players that their gamble paid off, and that they earned $100,000 for the day. With their $10,000 earlier, that brings the pot to $486,000. Al says that he thinks it was a great and fun game.
The players arrive at their hotel. Al asks who wants to go to bed, and Bill raises his hand. Bribs says that Bill wants to go to bed because he's The Mole. I don't know. I just report it. Anderson voice-overs that while the men go to bed, Heather and Dorothy stay up and talk strategy. They whisper information to each other and scribble furiously in their journals. Dorothy thinks that she's screwed, so I'm guessing she doesn't have much information. I'm guessing that she only got this far because she didn't think Elavia was the Mole when everyone else did, plus she got a bunch of exemptions in the beginning. Or maybe she's The Mole? In an interview, Heather says that she pinpointed Dorothy as being someone who had a great chance of winning. Heather says that making it to the finals would be awesome. Dorothy says she doesn't have high hopes, and doesn't feel confident about her chances. They compare quiz times, and Dorothy's slowest is much longer than Heather's slowest. In an interview, Dorothy says that she hasn't told many people the truth about her quiz performance, but that she's told half-truths all along and assumes that others have done the same. Heather says that she's pissed at herself because she could have used her failures today to misdirect people, but she was so upset that she let her emotions reign. Dorothy says, "Yeah, you totally could have." Way to be supportive, Dorothy. In an interview, Heather says that if she gets executed tonight, she will be kicking herself for months, because she came so close to earning an exemption.