Craig is the sort of "we'll make anyone the Mole so you can't rule anyone out next season!" pick some shows will try, though I'm not sure this one will make it thru this season much less the next.
and that seems explicitly the strategy they used in picking him. And how Paul picked him too, really. I had it figured out at the final four, because Mark, Nicole and Paul had eliminated themselves by that point.
At least they did make it thru the season!
The looks back were fun for the amazing secret story of how Victoria probably could've easily won this game - just one miss-click to get eliminated when half the group thought she was it. Hope she gets over it.
As usual, the "hidden clues" were so preposterous to be pointless. "CRG" was decent, and I recalled the sound cues as being strange though I would never have placed the meaning. But the teeny tiny letters in the opening graphics or the maps, you need a (better) hobby if you spotted them, and the "four i's" bit annoyed me greatly for some reason.
Jon was careful to call this "the finale", not the season or series finale, but I think it might be safe to take the thread icon back off the list. I enjoyed the show and would watch it again, but my heart's not going to be broken if it's gone.
So cubs, I finally got around to watching the last three episodes and thought I would chime in as I think we're the only two on this board that watched this season.
Like you said, once we were down to four, there was no way it wasn't Craig. The other three didn't make any sense at all being the mole.
I am glad you mentioned the preposterous clues. My wife and I were amazed at how totally unbelievable some of the opening graphics clues were. Really? I couldn't even read these numbers on my TV set, much less tape it and stop the tape to try and decipher these.
Anyway, I enjoyed the show, but I didn't love it as much as I thought I was going to.
Preach on. That, along with the irritating reliance on DIGITAL ZOOMS and CGI RE-ENACTMENTS and other special-effects shite annoys the hell out of me. Stick to movies, Bruckheimer. That is, assuming you actually have to have a career.