Burnie's Lock-and-Load Montage, where he decides to stop fooling around and prepares to hunt down the killer for real, is pretty sweet. Too bad it doesn't last....
Ryan has been trapped in a hole with glass over it for two episodes. No one is coming to help him and he's fast running out of oxygen. So he finally smashes the glass himself and flips off the hole.
Fuck you, hole. Unlike a cow, I have opposable thumbs.
In a sort of meta way: Right before he escapes, his framed picture and the plaque appear, saying, "One ran out of air, and then there were four." And implying he's died. Seconds later, the picture falls to the ground with the plaque and shatters. Cut to Ryan's escape. Complete with triumphant score!
Hell, one could argue that the killer's monologue was awesome in itself. The way they set up the whole thing, and how they thought it out, when one simple screw-up may have ended their game. They even justified the line "the killer was killed"!
Did you get the victim and/or weapon correct? Do you feel that pride, swelling up in you? That, my friends, is what a Moment of Awesome feels like.
And out of the over 50,000 entries for the contest to guess the weekly victims and weapons, exactly one person got all 16 answers right - the final seven victims and weapons plus the killer and survivor. That is incredible.