She screams at Zach, "Why won't you give them the map? They just let us follow them here!" Zach interviews that he thought it was important that they hang on to the map, in case they got separated and were left in the lurch. While it's true that he may not have reached the right conclusion there, what he's saying is certainly not ridiculous. She walks right over to him and grabs the map right out of his hands, walks over to Kenny, and gives it to him. So much for "consulting" between team members, eh, Flo? Kenny reassures Zach that he and Gerard will not try to lose FloZach, but Zach asks what they're supposed to do if they get separated. Flo screeches that that won't happen. Kenny suggests that he and Gerard give Zach their (not as good) map as a backup in case they do get separated, but Flo shrieks, "No! I want to work with you!" Now she's just being stupid. She and Zach should obviously take the other map, so this is just irrational. "Don't yell at him, Flo!" Kenny says, rather impishly again, as Flo stomps off, having handed over the map to Kenny. (That was my favorite Kenny moment. "Don't yell at him, Flo!" Hee hee.) He promises again that they won't get separated. "Ken, get in the car," Gerard barks. "What is wrong with you, seriously?" Flo barks at Zach as she gets back to the FloZach car.
Pop quiz, hotshot: Whom would Flo blame if she and Zach got separated from Ken and Gerard and got lost while Zach was driving without the map that she just gave back? I'll let you think about that one for a while.
Back at the FloZach car, she clambers in. "We just followed them here..." she starts to yell. "Flo, Flo, Flo, Flo," he breaks in. "Why are you screaming at me?" Thank God. She continues yelling. "Because --" He cuts her off again. "Why are you yelling at me like I'm some kind of a [bleep]?" I don't actually know what the [bleep] is. "Asshole"? I think it was "asshole." "Because you are," she says. "Okay," he says with resignation, "well, then --" "Why don't you consult me before you make a decision that makes or breaks the game?" she breaks in to demand. He tries to talk her down a rung. "How do you know it makes or breaks the game?" he asks. "Because --" She stops in frustration and shrieks a little shriek of frustration. This is easier, I suppose, than just admitting that she completely overreacted.