Totally. It just makes it a little harder to see what fits in where.
That feels like a do-er moment to me. But I could see it argued the other way. Asking for an extension just seems like looking for an external solution.
Other stuff in the first episode taking his frustration out on the lightbulb and killing the fly that was annoying him. Those seem like pretty clear do-er moments.
Do you think these examples make sense?
Old Miles attacks new Miles with an ax (do-er), new Miles tries to calm him down (be-er).
When new Miles and old Miles agree to go for the drive, old Miles grabs a screwdriver to kill him with (do-er), new Miles lies and says he's going to leave a note (be-er).