The Traitors fans were left completely baffled after Thursday night’s episode as Paul incredibly managed to evade suspicion once again.
The business manager, 36, who is a Traitor, put himself in the line of fire after volunteering to be isolated in the dungeon with three other vulnerable contestants.
The Faithfuls were left completely shocked when he survived the murder and Meg was instead sent home, with theories briefly flying around he could be a Traitor.
But he still managed to avoid suspicion at the round table as the Faithfuls were sure of his innocence and put their complete trust in him, with only Jaz remaining unconvinced.
Viewers were left completely baffled by the group’s blind trust in him as they claimed he was the most ‘obvious’ candidate to be a Traitor after the latest developments.
The Traitors fans were left completely baffled after Thursday night’s episode as Paul incredibly managed to evade suspicion once again
They also urged his fellow Traitors Harry and Miles to ‘throw him under the bus’ as they claimed he is now the weakest link in the group.
Taking to X – formerly known as Twitter – they wrote: ‘Paul is obviously a traitor. They are just all blindsided by the fact they like him. They need to remember just because you like someone, it doesn’t mean they are not a traitor;’
‘Paul could literally say ‘I’m a traitor.’ And the rest would be like ‘oh stop it you, you’re so funny hehe’;’
‘Paul should never have went in the dungeon. Only a matter of time before he goes;’
‘I genuinely don’t think I can continue watching The Traitors because everyone is absolutely STUPID. Not a single valid argument made at the round table other than Jaz on Paul and nobody listened. I am enraged. IDIOTS. MORONS;’
‘Still can’t get over everyone trusting and believing Paul. Like Meg was under suspicion so a traitor would keep her in the game to throw shade off themselves for as long as possible. But she had to be killed because Paul couldn’t, so surely that points to Paul;’
‘The traitors is actually getting on my nerves, Paul literally laughs in their faces and they’re like ‘omg lovely Pauly Wally, he’s so lovely he can never be the traitor ever’ unbelievably stupid;’
‘I’ve just started watching it #TraitorsUK I so hope someone manages to throw Paul under the bus. I think he’s playing a good game although I think the other traitors need to team up and throw him to the wolves cos if they don’t he will definitely do it to all of them 1 by 1;’
Viewers have urged his fellow Traitors Miles and Harry to ‘throw him under the bus’ after he came under the spotlight following his stint in the dungeon – but still avoided banishment
Viewers were left completely baffled by the group’s blind trust in him as they claimed he was the most ‘obvious’ candidate to be a Traitor after the latest developments
Despite the Faithfuls not understanding why he survived the murder when Meg was sent home, he still managed to persuade the group of his innocence due to his popularity
‘Harry and miles need to throw Paul under the bus. As Paul said you only as strong as your weakest link!’
In Thursday’s episode, Paul avoided banishment as Ant and Jonny instead came under fire, with Jonny then being sent home, despite being a Faithful.
They were left in total shock as he announced he was in fact a Faithful before leaving as many broke down in tears at the news – including Harry, who was devastated to have betrayed his fellow army veteran.
Paul managed to evade suspicion at the round table despite the contestants being left in total shock when he returned to the castle, with Meg being murdered instead.
Many had expected him to be murdered for being ‘popular’ and had anticipated that Meg would return to the competition instead, declaring that if she did, it would make her a Traitor.
However, the same theory did not apply to Paul as although they were initially suspicious of him, he quickly managed to win the majority of the group over – after his ‘Oscar-worthy’ tearful round table plea the night before.
Jaz was the one Faithful who remained very suspicious of Paul, secretly telling fellow contestants Ross and Harry of his theory, but admitting he didn’t want to vocalise it too strongly too soon due to Paul’s popularity.
Jaz was the only contestant who was convinced of Paul’s guilt as he began spreading his theory to his trusted friends – though one was unfortunately Traitor Harry
Jaz said to some of the others: ‘I don’t know how he has done it! He has convinced everyone he is faithful!’
Evie and Zach also raised some suspicions, but he wasn’t voted for at the round table as the group instead honed in on Jonny.
At the end of the episode, Harry told his fellow Traitors Paul and Miles of Jaz’s theory, but Paul remained very confident in his position after winning over the group.
He said: ‘We’ve got one anomaly in Jaz, who won’t let his little personal vendetta against me go. But he’s very contained at the moment and has no following, so I feel good.’