The players go for dinner. They eat at a table in front of a mural of Renaissance-looking dudes, and the camera lingers on it for some reason. Anderson asks Al how it feels to have an exemption. Al says he feels great, because he can relax and not worry about the quiz. Bill says that there's something about saying that there's almost a half a million dollars in the pot. Bribs asks Bill whether he's more nervous about this execution than the others. Bill says that they all know what they are going to say, and that he hasn't seen anything to change his mind. Dorothy asks Bribs how he feels. Bribs says that he feels fine, and Dorothy tells him that he oozes confidence. Yeah, if I wasn't convinced that Bribs was going tonight in the beginning, I am now.
It's time for the quiz, which means that it's also time for the Quiz Montage of Interviews. Heather says that even thought Bribs hasn't sabotaged the games, she still finds him suspicious. Bribs says that even though Heather wanted the exemption, she could have been faking it, but he doesn't think she was. Dorothy says she thinks Bill wanted to play the game again, because if he's The Mole, other players' exemptions don't matter to him. Bribs says that the items Heather and Dorothy bought seemed very suspicious. Bill points out that Al missed the cue when he was the Tracker. Bribs thought that he'd be a lot more confident about who the Mole is at this point, instead of just having a strong suspicion. Heather says that she had a nightmare about the final part of the second evader game. When Anderson reads the seventh question -- "In which position was The Mole interviewed today?" -- we see the cursor actually stop and click on the answer "Fourth." I don't know if that's a clue, but usually you don't see the cursor actually click on any of the answers. Bill says that Al had a reason for rotating when they were lookouts, and it was that Al suspected Dorothy of deliberately not seeing Heather. Heather says that Dorothy could be The Mole, and Heather would be the fool. Dorothy thinks that Heather could be The Mole and that Heather, like Bribs, has been charming and played the game well.
The execution sequence begins. The players assemble in what looks like a church with religious murals painted on the ceiling. Anderson enters and reminds them that this is the tenth execution, and that whoever leaves tonight should feel no shame in leaving. He reminds the group that Al has an exemption, and then proceeds to enter the names into the computer. The first name entered is Dorothy's, and she gets a green screen. The second name entered is Bill's, and he also gets a green screen. I wonder if Anderson ever makes a typo when entering the names. Anderson types in, "Bribs." Pause. Pause. Red screen. Bribs nods and smiles, then stands up. He pulls something out of a brown paper bag and sets it on his chair before leaving. We see a flashback of Bribs showing off the Mole Killer he found in his grandfather's garage, which he has now left behind for the other players.