Episode #324 – De Mol Belgie Argentina Episode 5 Recap

Get your €1 coins ready for whenever you need to go to the bathroom, as we are back again for some brand-new/old Belgian Mole! Between now and the start of Wie is de Mol Season 21, Logan & I will go back to an episode of one of the two Belgian seasons that we haven’t covered before each week – looking for the clues we missed and refreshing our memories on two of the best seasons we never covered, continuing with the fifth episode of the Argentina season this week! In this episode:

  • We start talking about the wrong episode.
  • Why were they trying to hide where the airport was?
  • Why is flying Ryanair like being on The Mole?
  • We date the recording slightly.
  • Why is it hilarious that there are so few women left?
  • Why was there no Contestants’ choice with the first challenge?
  • Would Logan spot his girlfriend’s cooking?
  • Cathy takes a special quiz.
  • The focus of the episodes shifts.
  • What’s the first rule of Wine Club?
  • What can Hell’s Kitchen teach us about the wine challenge?
  • Where did the €2 “garbage wine” come from?
  • I tell a topical joke…three months late.
  • Why did Bruno & Thibaud have so much control?
  • Why was Hanne’s hand strapped up?
  • Can Stijn tango?
  • How did Gilles & Cathy do so well at the tangram challenge?
  • How many suspects should you have?
  • Everyone eulogises the poor misguided victim of the execution.
  • What is the definition of “fanatical”?
  • We look ahead to a very interesting sixth episode.
  • And are we too polite when food is disgusting?

See you next week!

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