Anderson asks whether their journals are important, and Patrick says that they are "indispensable." Patrick says that he writes notes and theories on who is The Mole in his. Anderson asks them to pick a number between one and ten, and they somehow collectively come up with four. Anderson asks them to hold their journals up in front of them, and then says that the problem in the game is that you don't know whom to trust. So now, they will get a glimpse into what at least one other player is thinking. Anderson tells them to rotate their journals four players to the left. They groan but follow instructions. Anderson says that they are now holding their new journals, and they can write in them. He adds, "If there's anything juicy about me in them, let me know." Heh.
Heather voice-overs that she wrote a lot in her journal, about her feelings and thoughts. Al voice-overs that he felt sicker and sicker as his journal went further and further down the table. In an interview, Elavia says she felt sorry for Patrick, because he had taken elaborate notes in his journal. In an interview, Patrick says that his journal went to Katie, and he feels like he opened his soul to someone, which he would never want to do in this game. Patrick asks Anderson whether they can do what they want with the journals. Anderson asks for clarification, and Patrick asks, with a hopeful grin, whether they may trade the journals back. Anderson says no, and that they are not allowed to damage or destroy the journals. Katie stupidly tells Patrick that she won't read his journal if he doesn't want her to, and Patrick jumps on that promise. So dumb! One of the men tells Katie she's crazy if she doesn't read it. Katie starts thumbing through Patrick's journal and exclaims, "Holy Schnikes! There's no room for me to write in here." Meanwhile, Patrick is all, "Come on! Stop!" In an interview, Katie says that it would be silly for her not to look through the journal. Exactly.