According to the Spin Uno instructions, if the last card played is a Spin card, the next player must spin the wheel and that action must be resolved so that any cards drawn or discarded also affect the points totaled.
Notice the part that states "...so that any cards drawn or discarded also affect points totaled." This tells me that if the person spinning the wheel lands on Almost Uno, then they discard all but their last two cards and only the points from the last two cards count.
If my opponent's last card is a Spin card, then I must spin the wheel and that action MUST be resolved. So, my spin lands on Trade Hands. That action MUST be resolved. Does that mean my opponent has to take my hand, which resolves the action, and what happens to those points assuming the scoring method used is getting "caught" with points in your hand?
My opinion is that those points count against my opponent. My opponent chose to use a Spin card as their last card, which required me to spin the wheel. My spin landed on Trade Hands and the rules state I MUST resolve that action. I have to trade hands with my opponent for that action to be RESOLVED; therefore, my opponent gets my remaining cards and I get no cards from them as they used the Spin card as their last card. That means my opponent gets "caught" with those points. Thoughts?