The Mole Season 2 Twist: Here's Who Went Home in Episode 4; Recap, What to Expect & More

The Mole season 2 is a thrilling game featuring a diverse cast of contestants, including an undercover cop, a marketing manager, and a bus driver, who must complete challenges to earn money.

Published on Jun 30, 2024  |  05:06 PM IST |  62.8K
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The Mole season 2 is a thrilling game featuring a diverse cast of contestants, including an undercover cop, a marketing manager, and a bus driver, who must complete challenges to earn money. However, one of them is sabotaging their efforts, making the game more engaging and suspenseful.

The show explores players' quest to determine trustworthiness and potential moles. Episode 4, titled Powers of Observations, unexpectedly leads to Melissa's elimination, leaving viewers to question whether her threat was due to suspicions or her behavior.

Melissa went home on The Mole season w episode 4

Released exclusively on Netflix on June 28, 2024, the episode synopsis reads, "In Kuala Lumpur, revealing interview tapes give players new insights. The team then uses their observation and deduction skills for a glamorous mission."

In season 2 episode 4, Tony and Ryan claimed to have the $20,000 fortune cookie, attempting to gain trust and vote for them. However, Ryan had the exemption and was lying, and the majority of votes were in her favor. Deanna suspected Ryan of being a mole, while Sean, Hannah, Neesh, and Muna claimed $10,000 fortune cookies each.

Muna and Sean had the exemption, with majority votes. Deanna, Melissa, and Q were the remaining constants. Melissa was voted out due to majority votes against her. During a confessional interview, she admitted to having the exemption and claimed to be skilled at lying due to her poker background.

Melissa stated, "I have the exemption. I have a poker background. I'm a competitive player in my real life. I'm really good at keeping my cards close to my chest." Melissa's exemption led to suspicion among players due to her convincing skills and manipulation, leading to her elimination. However, she was actually a clever player, not a mole.


Before exiting the game, Melissa expressed her thoughts on the competition, "Not only is Mole doing a good job but there are players here that are doing incredible jobs of throwing people off track. I'm obviously, disappointed you know, I followed my gut, so I wouldn't take that back. But I cannot wait to see how this plays out."

A brief about The Mole 

The Mole is an American reality game show originally broadcast on ABC from 2001 to 2008, and reintroduced on Netflix in 2022. The series is a reality competition in which the contestants work as a group to add money to a pot that only one of them will eventually win.

Among the contestants is one person who has secretly been designated "the Mole" by the producers, tasked with sabotaging the group's money-making efforts. At the end of each episode, the contestant who knows the least about the mole, as determined by the results of a multiple-choice quiz, is eliminated from the game. The last contestant standing wins the game and the money in the pot.


The contestants typically meet for the first time at or shortly before the start of filming, just before their first task. They are given black duffel bags with the show's thumbprint logo and their names on them in which to keep their belongings. Each contestant is also given a numbered journal; this is the only method by which contestants are permitted to record information and thoughts about the other contestants.

Each mission generally has a monetary reward towards the group pot for various levels of success. On occasion, a mission will have a cash penalty for failure. The missions comprise various physical or mental challenges posed to the contestants.

Secret missions may include morality tests where the players might be unexpectedly approached by a local for help. The contestants would later be informed that they won or lost the mission depending upon if they helped the person in need.

In addition to challenges, violations of the game's rules by a player during certain seasons, such as going out after curfew or talking about a forbidden topic, can result in a deduction from the group pot as a penalty.At the end of each episode, all players take a multiple choice quiz about the identity of the mole. The questions reflect upon a variety of observations about the mole, including biographical information and what role the mole took during that round's mission.


Contestants are sometimes awarded an "Exemption" from elimination or can win them in certain missions. An exempt contestant receives immunity from the next elimination. In some cases, exemptions are awarded to a single player for an exceptional effort or performance during that day's task.

Sometimes the exempted player is chosen by the group, whether intentionally or unintentionally. Other times, the exemption comes in the form of a temptation to deliberately fail a task and forfeit money for the group pot; or as an unexpected consolation prize for failure during a task.

The Mole can be streamed on Netflix.

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