Next Sunday it’s time! Then we find out who has been misleading us for weeks and ruining the game. Lancelot, Tous, and Comi compete against each other in the “De Mol” final. Colleagues Dewey and Effie are convinced that Toos and Commy are de Mol, respectively, but I’m rambling down an entirely different path. My Mol wears glasses and works as a real estate agent. Welcome to my Lancelot Tunnel!
Least liked candidate
Lancelot was immediately bombed as the least popular candidate. We have been aware of this for four seasons. Then it was Elisabeth Hasevots Who has had to struggle all season with tons of hate comments and tweets behind her name. What happened? Elizabeth played a role and was the mole! Meanwhile, Lance has managed to rise to a valuable candidate, but this deja vu cannot be missing in my stern argument.
Patience and easy to motivate
When Robin had to extend extra time as a secret mission in Episode II and drove it so slowly he was supposed to do a big job en route, Lancelot openly expressed his frustration. And even when Liselotte was the only one who wasn’t allowed down the launch site in Episode IV, he immediately wanted to take out his frustrations on Liselotte. In this way, he wants to show that he is in the game and wants to perform, but in reality he is only acting to remain disguised as Mol.
Already suspected in Episode 1
In retrospect, we could have referred to Lancelot as Maul in Episode I. Lancelot and Robin then leave Samia and Connie to get “on time” to the finish line. They had a handy reference for counting down the clock, but Lancelot decided to add a minute every now and then “so as not to be late”. In the end, Lancelot and Robin – who had dropped out in the semi-finals and thus de Mole certainly wasn’t – were pressed. At least five minutes early closed, leaving the collection pot empty.
The act of disappearing with the egg
In the third episode, Lance’s egg disappeared without a trace. He acted wonderfully with his surprise, but it undoubtedly rubbed off on him Polix Because as a mole, he obviously already knew that he would have to take 250 euros from the collection pot to get a new egg a little later. A little later in the episode, he also rips a red Robin’s egg out of his clothes. Clever trick, if you know Robin was carrying most of the eggs of the entire team at the time. Eggs that suddenly lost all their value with one simple click of Lancelot…
At the horse test in Episode III, Lancelot quickly describes himself as a true horse expert. But none turned out to be true. He took the lead and the group soon followed, but with minute errors such as Jolly Jumper instead of Jolly Jumper – chicks costing 1,000 euros – and Good weather today rather than bad weather todayHowever, Lance manages to keep the group’s pot down.
“Am I a mole?”
In the fifth episode, Lancelot sits in the back of the car and shows the camera a piece of paper that reads “Am I the mole?” on me. Was there a “yes” behind it that we won’t see until the very last episode – after the ending in which it will be revealed that he’s Maul?
Boxes of cornflakes on the floor
It was clear that Lancelot was winning the supermarket trial of Episode V. When Toos could only get two and one Commy product, Lancelot already had three. Until a promotion was called that was worth €1,000. Lancelot lunges at the promotion, crushing the pile of cereal boxes, thus keeping €1,000 out of the group pot. It may have sounded like foolishness, but it was typical mole behavior. He was kicked out of the store and thus lost his basket, which was worth 600 euros.
In Episode VI, as Mole, Lancelot knew full well that the Fun fact In his lesson about Belgium was decisive. He still had over twenty seconds left on the counter, but he started his last explanation so vaguely, that the students didn’t understand anything about the last one. Fun fact. Suspicious, because this question could have been critical to the students’ scores.
In the sixth episode, the candidates suddenly come face to face with the mole. When the mole communicated with them directly through a taxi driver during the game, Lance would touch his glasses more often than usual. He seems to have done this every time de Mol decided to stop playing. He also appeared calmer than the other candidates. Maybe because he was the only one who started the game ready?
Even in the semi-finals
And also in the semi-finals, Lancelot shamelessly continued to play. He proposed the deepest groove to cut down the tree trunk with Robin and left a lot of money. Moreover, he mastered a lot of tongue twisters a little later, but still failed to get the right tongue out at crucial moments.
You can watch the “De Mol” final on Sunday, May 7 at 8pm on Play4 and via GoPlay.
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