We meet the celebrities and watch as they learn right away that they won't be playing "fakey half-games." Right away, they're tossed into a game in which they had to fill buckets with water to raise bags of money. There's some money winning, but also some failures. The players also play a very special game of blackjack involving sheep.
The celebrities play a game in which they are assigned "occupations" and then are asked to perform crazy stunts based on those occupations. Watch walking on hot coals, wild plane-riding and more. In another game, one set of celebrities searches tombs at a graveyard while another set gets clues underwater to figure out what tombs to look at it. The result is something a surprise, leading to questions about molish behavior.
While some of the celebrities participate in a raft-building game, another celebrity is put in a secret game in which they are tempted with an exemption. The celebrities also play a game called "Looky, Looky, Hot Pepper." In a little mousey business, the celebrities were chosen hot peppers to eat based on which directions mice ran. There were some standouts and some surprising and suspicious behavior.
With four players left in the mix, the contestants take part in some surfing, some tumbling and some fighting for exemptions. The surfing game also brings a little hula-hoop action and the return of "Tiny Bubbles." Later, the celebrities try to exert their brainpower towards basic arithmetic in the hope of money for the pot and/or an exemption. Then comes a general knowledge test, followed a by matching card game for the best player and a seek-and-find game for the others.
As the games continue, coalition partners Kathy and Erik struggle to regroup, as their main mole suspect, Michael, has been executed and has left the game. Games include the classic "Three Questions" game and a cooperation game called "It Takes a Thief." This is a high-money earning episode, so the mole seems to be laying low. The players then prepare to take the final quiz to determine the winner of the game pot.
In this final episode of the first Celebrity Mole: Hawaii, viewers learn which celebrity is the winner and which is the mole. They also get a look back at hilarious scenes as well as molish moments throughout the show. Some interesting information is revealed about coalitions. All hidden clues are revealed, some more obvious than others.
A game called El Taxi Loco introduces the viewers to the celebrities competing in "Celebrity Mole: Yucatan." Other games include "Salespeople Game" and "Moon Over Yucatan." $31,000 is successfully added to the pot, however, the celebrities wonder if possible sabotage by the mole might have kept them from earning more. Two celebrities successfully earn exemptions.
A piñata game features the celebrities in a fierce battle for both money in the pot and a prized exemption. The classic game in which the celebrities must pick one of their own to receive an exemption or lose money from the pot is revived with the same result as the previous installment: money is lost from the pot. Tensions flare as players are accused of deliberate sabotage leading to loss of money for the pot. The second execution ceremony has a surprising result.
The celebrities play a game called "Clucks for Bucks'" in which they must catch chickens that match numbered hats. A maze game proves a challenging task for most of the celebrities. One celebrity is given a rather fattening opportunity at an exemption. As suspicions continue to grow, a third celebrity is executed and sent home.
The executed players return for a game called "Tequila Shooters" in which the celebrities try to deliver wine while being pelted with dodgeballs. Afterwards, a gross food challenge sends most reeling, but one is able to stomach it. Later, the celebrities take part an artistic game that leads to some of the strangest artwork ever. The quiz results in a tie, but the result is still the same: a fourth celebrity is executed and sent home.
The celebrities are sent on a shopping spree that involves donkeys and reading clues in Spanish. The individual effort nature of the game leads some players to wonder if others are sabotaging by not providing proper information. The celebrities are taken to a school, where they participate in a Night School game that tests them on basic elementary school knowledge. After some correct answers and embarrassing mistakes, one celebrity is given a twisted exemption offer. The celebrities then attempt to identify the noses of other well-known celebrities and then a fifth is sent home.
Mark Curry dons a cape, as promised and gives himself a superhero nickname, "Mr. Danger." The celebrities take part in aquatic games. Later, one celebrity is called out for breaking the rules. The three remaining celebrities take the final twenty question quiz to determine who wins, who loses and who is the mole.
The final episode of the season reveals the results of the quiz, determining which celebrity wins, which loses and which is the mole. Video clips give viewers a look back at what happened during the season and reveal new information on previously hidden aspects of the game. Hidden clues pointing to the identity of the mole are unmasked.