At the ABC site, they publish "moley" behavior of each contestant after each episode. Here's week 1.
Stephen Baldwin: Stephen was quick to take the lead during "Artifact or Fiction," which led to the wrong story being believed, costing the pot $10,000. Formed the game's first coalition with Tracey.
Corbin Bernsen: As the driver in El Taxi Loco, Corbin took the opportunity to speed up and slow down the cab erratically, sometimes following directions, but other times choosing not to follow his navigator's advice.
Mark Curry: As the seller of the false story in "Artifact or Fiction," he proved his ability as a liar and earned himself the season's first Exemption, costing the pot $10,000.
Angie Everhart: While the team tried to choose who was lying or telling the truth, Angie told a far-fetched story, prodding the team into voting for the wrong artifact.
Tracey Gold: Tracey laid low, attracting suspicion by trying to keep her nose as clean as possible. Formed the game's first coalition with Stephen.
Keshia Knight Pulliam: Keshia seemed to be unconcerned with the game's play, choosing instead to hang back and watch until she saw her opportunity for an Exemption, and coaxed Angie into skinny-dipping.
Dennis Rodman: Dennis exited his first quiz and told the other players it took him five minutes to complete it, an extremely long time for someone interested in competing in the game.
Ananda Lewis - Executed: You may be hot, but your guessing game is cold. — The Mole
Despite her pointed suspicions and keen observations, the Mole had Ananda so turned around, when it came to choosing a suspect, she was way off.