|“||I sold a kid a bike once, he had an accident 10 minutes after I sold it to him.||”|
The only insight of Mitch's early life given is the incident that resulted in him being tested. Mitch is shown accompanied with Jigsaw's nephew in a garage, selling him a motorcycle. Before Mitch allows him to drive off - he is seen counting the money given. The nephew then drives off with his new bike, driving with excitement down an empty street until he sees a truck approaching and tries to break only for the breaks to be faulty. Due to Mitch selling him the faulty bike - Jigsaw's nephew dies after being hit from the side of said truck.
Mitch awakens in a room with a bucket looking device strapped onto his head, after the tape played and the trap started he was pulled into the buzz saws on the other side. But soon Anna realizes how to escape and Mitch lightly cuts himself. He then helps Carly to remove the bucket head. After this they were all pulled into the next room where the sleeping man in the room with them awoke and was warned by Anna how to survive by screaming to him to cut himself. But to here knowledge and everyone else he died when he was really rescued
After they all make it out of the bucket room they all hear something. its billy the puppet wearing sparkly shoes with a note that said confess on it. Everyone started getting pulled by the chains until Mitch grabbed and played the tape recorder and tells them that one of them has poison in them, they all search until its found that Carly has the poison in here, needles then fall from above and Ryan grabs all of them and tells Carly to choose which one to be injected with, unable to chose Ryan injects all into Carly, Carly falls onto the ground with a mouth full of blood she dies in front of everyone as they continue onto the third test.
After Ryan gets his leg pinned to his trap Mitch and Anna walk into a silo, They are told that Ryan must cut his leg off to save the others. After a ton of sand falls onto them a pitchfork falls next to Mitch, Then more things fall onto them as Mitch and Anna scream for Ryan to save them, Mitch then gets a knife to the shoulder, After Anna gets to pin needles to the arm Ryan pulls the lever and in the process looses his leg, Then Anna and Mitch fall out of the silo along with the sand and sharp tools
Mitch finds a tape with his name on it. Knowing there would be consequences if he didn't follow the rules, he pressed it and upon doing so, was dragged upside down to his trap. John's voice was heard in the tape and says that years ago, he sold a motorcycle to a boy who was John's nephew for $600. Mitch lied to his nephew saying that the motorcycle was working but in reality, it had a faulty brake which lead to the death of John's nephew. He was suspended above a cone-like metal object with heated metal coils on the inside, Mitch was slowly lowered down into the heated cone. As this happened, the very bike that Mitch had sold to John's nephew ran, causing the trap to spin. Mitch's goal was to reach the brake at the bottom of the trap, and once he did, the motorcycle would stop. However, Anna interfered, grabbing a nearby metal rod and jamming it into the wheels, which stopped the trap. Mitch, relieved, stops attempting to reach the brake. However the motorcycle wheel breaks the rod and begins spinning again, and as Mitch panics, he begins to swing, essentially throwing himself into the hot coils, which kill and mutilate his body as Anna stands at the top of the trap.
Anna and Ryan's corpses are decomposing in the Tuck's abandoned barn, the same place where John Kramer put them to the test. Logan Nelson, who is the successor of John Kramer, reveals to Halloran, his test subject, that in reality those games happened ten years ago and that was the reason why nobody had known what happened until now. Just like the theory that was handled on the Jigsaw fan website, in which Eleanor was involved.
Mitch was a greedy and dishonest young man as shown when he sold John Kramer's nephew a defective motorcycle, claiming it in excellent condition. Even when pressured to confess during the game, Mitch stretched the truth, saying the motorcycle was simply too much for his customer to handle.
- Despite Jigsaw's philosophy that tests could not be personal, Mitch was tested for selling John's nephew a faulty bike. Later on, William Easton was additionally tested for denying Jigsaw health coverage.
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