Speaking of! Michelle and Tim go driving around Hollywood, just the two of them, picking out their planned route, and Tim is being totally nice and awesome and following her orders. To the letter. She tells him to watch the street go by and note down points of interest ("strip club... ") and she interviews about this process as they drive. After she spots like her eighteenth massage parlor (ha!), she finally speaks up. "This isn't feeling like the Lives of the Rich and Famous to me," she says quietly, and he nods, surprised as well. "Hollywood is kind of a dump!" He interviews that "finally" she realized Hollywood is not awesome, and in the van she asks if it's okay for her to be second-guessing this call, and I mean: cobra. The end. Cut it out, Michelle. Tim reassures her that it's better for the task overall to switch to something else rather than regretting not changing later. She notifies him that she is "feeling strongly" about going in the direction of Beverly Hills; they do so, and it is boring and residential. This is something you do on Google Maps first, kids. Ask Stefani. "This is boring," she says, and he agrees. "It's beautiful and boring." Tim interviews again, now slightly irritated, about how after two more hours of driving wildly around Beverly Hills, only to find it boring, it was time to make a decision. Michelle finally decides to just do Hollywood, since it's at least mentally more exciting. She floats the idea of somehow touring Hollywood while driving through Beverly Hills, or making a detour or something, and he just shakes his head, amazed at the way her brain works. This is bad management, I'll say that right now. Driving around aimlessly all day, for no reason at all? Cobra. Any detail you're going to hyper-focus on, to the degree that Frank and Nicole are left alone to do God knows what, is bad enough, but spending literal hours and hours doing something you didn't need to do in the first place? Dumb.
Speaking of! Frank and Nicole yell at each other in their van about how they're so much better than Michelle in every way because at least they do things, important and special things, core tasks that are central to the task. Such as yelling about how awesome they are, I guess. Do they not have telephones? Is she really not delegating any of the other stuff? I find that really hard to believe, and I find Nicole to be highly suspect in like every way, because she is sketchy, so I'm going to fill in the blanks. I imagine it went something like this.