Tim and Laura debate the wall finish she's doing. It's so vague and murky that it just kind of looks like maybe the surface is uneven, or there are some unusual shadows, or something. I can't even tell what they're going for. Tim doesn't know if he's "totally whacked out on" the darker colour she's doing.
MPDP asks Hildi if the electrician promised to come to do the work today. Hildi replies, "Well, duh." MPDP asks Dennis again if she can paint the furniture. Dennis clarifies that the non-upholstered furniture can be painted. Amy Wynn comes over to Hildi and offers her another hammer, one designed for wrecking a wall, and Hildi says, "Oh, now you're all excited?" You wanna dial down the bitchface, there? I don't know about anyone else, but I've had enough of her attitude to last me several lifetimes. Amy Wynn says she was excited about the wall as long as Hildi got an electrician. Hildi tells Amy Wynn that now she doesn't have to fix the "little" hole, and that she'll find some money in her budget to send her to school. I guess that's what you'd expect from someone who thinks she's just so naturally gifted that she herself doesn't require any training. And guess what, Hildi? There's going to be an even bigger hole in the wall where the appendix wall met the main wall, which will still need to be fixed. Duh.
Frank and his team debate the wall finish. Tim thinks it looks dirty, whereas the wainscoting looks weathered and antiqued. I'm sure he's right. I struggle to care. I fail.
Hildi and Dennis start ripping the wall apart with hammers, with little or no regard for the wiring that's still in there. Hildi: "I love breaking things." No shit, eh? Frink: "I hope they shut the power off." Then he adds, "Actually, I hope they didn't shut the power off." Normally I'm anti-electroshock, but I think Hildi might benefit from a few watts. She suggests maybe Amy Wynn can use some of it for the new wall.
Tim worries about the ceiling being plain and the wall having this "effect" on it. Frank thinks it will be just fine and a nice contrast. Frank adds that when he and Laura go out that night for a few beverages, Tim can do the ceiling to match if he likes. Tim decides he thinks the wall looks just great the way it is.