In the van on the way to the hotel, Heather comments that it was a guys' exemption. In an interview, Lisa says that the game was a good way to get out aggressions without hurting the team. Heather tells Al that she's glad he got the exemption. Darwin points out that Al earned the exemption, so he shouldn't feel bad about it. In an interview, Lisa says that she's happy Al will be around for another round of play.
The players get to go to a local spa, where they mostly go swimming and bond. Anderson joins them at the pool to inform everyone that Al doesn't only get an exemption for himself; he also gets to pick someone to get a second exemption. Anderson tells Al that his decision must be announced at dinner just before the next execution, which takes place the next day. Bill immediately walks up to Al and talks to him, but we don't get to hear what Bill is saying. Al looks torn as he gets up and walks off.
More swimming. Rob really doesn't know how to swim underwater. Hanging out with the others, Al says that "it's a curse" to have this decision to make. In an interview, Al says that this is "a psychological game." Al sits alone and drinks some water. Patrick asks Myra whether she's planning on making a pitch to Al, and Myra says no. Patrick says that he was "goofing with [Al]." Darwin says that Patrick was the first one there. In an interview, Darwin says that Patrick was the first one to talk to Al, which may have been smart. In an interview, Myra laughs that she has one hundred forty francs, which she doesn't think will go far.
Anderson voice-overs that, after spending a week together, the players began to open up to each other about their hopes and fears, knowing that any of this information could end up on The Quiz. At dinner, Bribs speaks, and the others furiously write in their journals. Bribs says that he has a fear of commitment, because he wants to go and find adventures, and he's not able to do that and be committed to someone. Bribs is very, very young. Al says that being a nobody is his biggest fear, that he wants his friends and family to remember him when he's dead, and that he wants to make a difference. Lisa says that her greatest fear is failure, but she doesn't know whether "fear" is the right word. She just doesn't want to have any regrets.