Episode #380 – Wie is de Mol 2018 Episode 3 Recap

Don’t get caught around Australian Ken, because we are back for our first season of looking back at Wie is de Mol history, and we’re starting with Georgia! Over these nine episodes, two guys who are always on the same page or chapter – Logan & myself – are going back through the archives to discuss what we both agree is our favourite Dutch season, and the season with the most jaw-dropping twist in Mole history, continuing this week with the third episode and elimination of Bella!

In this week’s recap:

  • Who started democracy in Georgia?
  • We already start the celebrations for Logan’s birthday next week.
  • Disappointing finales get discussed.
  • I have a huge compliment for this season.
  • Why did Olcay swap to organisation?
  • There’s a sneaky bit of brilliant art direction.
  • Logan gets a quick driving lesson.
  • Does reversing down a road count as adhering to the traffic laws?
  • Why was Bella so underedited?
  • Australian Ken gets a big surprise.
  • How would we play the Crosswalk of Temptation challenge?
  • Emilio wins no friends.
  • Why did Olcay give Stine the Black Exemption?
  • What is the legacy of the Black Exemption?
  • Logan gets snobbish over money.
  • We’d forgotten how divided the group was already.
  • Why do Simone & Stine have such a blood feud?
  • The third challenge gets a subtitle.
  • One challenge actually has an impact on the show.
  • How successful has the Mole been so far?
  • Is there a shift in production after this season?
  • Did nobody plan for cold weather?
  • Why was everyone shocked that Bella went?
  • We look forward to a really good Mole action next episode.
  • And we reveal what the Mole did this episode.

We’ll see you next week for Episode 4!

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