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It’s safe to say that Trevor Walker getting a plane ticket home on this week’s Below Deck was foreseen by all. Well, except maybe Trevor himself! The SENIOR deckhand – recently demoted to regular old deckhand just before his much deserved firing – spoke with Bravo recently about his short, yet insanely offensive stint on the show this season.

Does Trevor have any regrets about his behavior, especially about the hideous final moments that led up to his firing? Not really. He claims, “I don’t have many regrets other than possibly having a bit too much to drink.” Thus, we can assume Trevor has learned zilch, zero, nada after viewing his drunken rants televised. Interesting.

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The night before Captain Lee Rosbach handed Trevor his walking papers, Trevor disgustingly lashed out at bosun Kelley Johnson about marines, fallen soldiers, and “PTSD” bosses. Kelley, a former marine, would not let the inebriated Trevor back on the yacht after his outburst. Trevor’s vile behavior was the last straw for Captain Lee, who’d had a watchful eye on him from the beginning.

But Trevor doesn’t seem to have learned any lessons from this whatsoever. He lamely reflects in his Bravo interview, “When Captain Lee let me go, I was just thinking about the next job and where it would be, hoping for it to be better.”

Um, so he could torture, insult, and creep out people elsewhere on the seas? #ToolBag4Life

Trevor has, shockingly, secured a new position in the yachting industry. Since his time on Below Deck, he brags, “I am the bosun of nine crew on a 151′ yacht cruising the the Caribbean and South Pacific.” Yes, out there somewhere, there’s a tortured deck crew whose actual boss is TREVOR.

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Well, he may be employable for now, but I have to wonder how Trevor’s now very public behavior will affect his career in the long run. (Karma, can you hear me!?)

In any case, Trevor does admit there’s no love lost between the crew members of BD and him. He delusionally hopes that time will heal all wounds though! “I am not in touch with the crew at all. I don’t think I made the best impression on them, and I hope distance may make things blow over,” he says.

One question: Who told this person he was special too many times as a child? I need names!

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