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Bravo I know, gurl. Eddie Has a few solid class-clown one-liners; benefits, as usual, from not finding himself at the center of any conflicts.
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Left to their own sartorial devices, the Ohana crew didn't do so well Logan's Blossom hat; the '70s tablecloth on Kate. They both get the same preference sheets detailing the guests' profiles and personal tastes. Adam crashed so hard he was fired by the fourth episode. Unapologetic about mocking the crotchless panties; still saying shit like "she's disgusting" about Adrienne and calling her "the devil.
If that weren't enough, he also invited them down to Acapulco to hang at his home down there. Not bad for a guy who water-skied in a tuxedo jacket. But, it turns out, he's way more of a softie when he's home in Ft.
On the boat, Captain Lee's word is law.
It doesn't always work, though. He's probably super-nervous, because apparently he and Jennice haven't seen each other since he interpreted her need for "closure" with her ex as license to bail without a word, and I kind of feel bad for the guy.
Apparently things got romantic, but they decided to keep their "relationship" a secret from the rest of the crew. Captain Lee Fantastic picture-in-picture reaction shots, from raising his brows at the complaints about the slide to laughing at the penis towel.
Do you have any trivia to share? You've as much as admitted it was a peen; it's not cute. Presumably there is some vetting process, but the details are kept from both the yachties and the production crew on the boat.
Unfortunately, all three made for great television, so firing them could've been a double-edged sword when it came to story and ratings. Take Andrew Sturby, for instance.
While we think featuring an engineer prominently in the cast would be interesting, it's probably for the best that at least a few crew members are solely focused on doing their job and not filming. She just doesn't like Amy and feels showed up by her, and that's fine, but siding with Kat on a friend basis against Amy is something else. It also obviously makes for more drama behind the scenes as people who don't know each other try to figure out how to work with each other in a cramped, stressful environment.
Jennice Not crazy about her cleavage story, or about how she spins her whinging that Logan's arrival locked her out of the boys' club, but she's not afraid to get up in Kelley's face about bailing on their relationship and not picking her up at the airport when he said she would.
Amy Is still trying to get through to Kate, for some reason; would still work with Kate again, for some reason, or so she says.
Maybe not, but Kate didn't try. He claimed to have several years of yachting experience, but there's just no way to fake it.
Granted, there are certain exceptions -- there've been two separate occasions when other Bravolebrities have chartered the yacht, after all. Seems to know she dodged a bullet. Kate Girl, stop calling it a rocket ship. Leave it in the comments! He acknowledges that there's a lot, then proceeds to dig a giant hole to store said lot: Even less cute is the attitude she's still taking with Amy, sniffing that she doesn't have time for Amy's emotional reactions and calling her insubordinate.
E13 The Below Deck reunion reminded me of a Survivor finale, in that most of the crew looks so much better in plain uniforms with minimal makeup on than they do all dolled up for the season-ender.
Perhaps just wants to take the high road, as she does with Kat and the beej story. She also said that she gives everyone the opportunity to explain their actions, so if someone does do something off the wall, they're given a chance to control some of the message. There would definitely be some drinking on that charter.
Andrew lied on his resume, Trevor was a terrible person, and Leon literally set the boat on fire. This allows for more organic stories and relationships to develop, and, in general, keeps the show feeling authentic.
To his credit, he publicly acknowledged the fact that he lied and that it was wrong. They get to share in the tip, but probably have to deal with far less drama than their on-screen counterparts. Also, the producers take into account what experience people have when casting so they can place them in the proper department on the boat.
As Below Deck's second season sails into the sunset, let's run the Below Dicks rankings up the flagpole one last time. You might remember him as the deckhand who couldn't tie a single knot and left the porthole in his cabin open that's a giant no-no -- get saltwater on the interior and irreparable and expensive damage occurs.
Kelley The eye-roll when Kate says her specialty is guest relations makes up for a lot, which is good, because there's Give Screen Rant a Thumbs up! You might recall his utterly inebriated antics on season 3. One thing that makes Below Deck unique from the majority of Bravo's other reality franchises is that it's set in an environment that the producers only control to a certain degree.
But if producers had objections to any of Captain Lee's decisions, it would've done exactly zero good. Asked by Andy Cohen to explain themselves, they didn't always do so well either. Speaking to the Watch What Crappens podcast, Rajabi established that she doesn't believe in editing footage to make someone look like they're something they're not.