Other Rachel is outside, asking one of the many local Santas on the sidewalk for directions to the building on her coin. He points her to the center of the city. Team Jersey are getting the same info. But when Other Rachel gets in the car with Dave and he pulls out, she protests that the Santas told her to go a different way. "Baby, as soon as I drive, it's logged in my mind," he condescends to her. Inside, Brendon and Rachel are realizing that despite being the first team at the museum, they appear to have been the last to leave (at least out of those teams who have gotten to the museum.
Dave drives into a tunnel, as he realizes out loud that this will make them circle back to where they just were. Rachel mildly says that's why they should follow directions. Dave snaps, "Do you want to be supportive or do you want to continue to be the way you've been this whole leg?" Because Dave's not being argumentative at all! Other Rachel says she'll be supportive when he follows the directions from people who live there. Not to mention people who visit all the homes of all the little Turinese boys and girls every year. But I see the issue here. It's not just that they're used to being apart. She's been running her life on her own for however long and he's used to an environment where he follows orders, and other people follow his. Now he comes home expecting to still be treated like a major, and when he isn't he acts like a major dickhead. The worst part, the really unforgivable part of Other Rachel's conduct today, is that she's right. "Just kill it, right now," he snaps, because it's not like he has an actual argument. Sure enough, they soon find themselves again passing the Santas whose directions Dave ignored. Rachel repeats her earlier point and Dave says he'll "keep my mouth shut before I say something I regret." No, we certainly wouldn't want that.