Brooke just seems like a nice person who’s doing her job, so it was very interesting watching Andy Cohen pushing her to spill some tea on Watch What Happens Live. Hopefully Hannah wasn’t watching- at least until the very end, when Brooke came to her defense in response to the last viewer question.
So last night the crew of Below Deck Mediterranean was in beautiful Capri where the setting couldn’t be more perfect for backstabbing, complaining, and 30th birthday parties.
Adam Glick and Hannah Ferrier live in parallel worlds where each believes they’re single-handedly responsible for successful charters, so when the primary winds up in the kitchen asking why dinner is taking so long, Adam sears Hannah with his angry eyes. It is HANNAH’S JOB to read minds of the guests, and assuage those minds like one kneads bread – and no one who isn’t clad in a Motor Yacht Talisman polo (or crocs!) should enter his teeny overheated prison of fishy smells and fishier business.
For once, though, just for once(!), it is not Hannah’s fault. Hannah actually had given Adam a 10-minute warning, but the guests decided 10 minutes was too long after they’d already been waiting an hour for the slow-to-get-dressed member of their party. It’s that lady’s fault, not Hannah’s.
Even though Fourth of July was on a Wednesday this year, plenty of reality TV stars still managed to celebrate the party in the middle of the week. Some of them got away to celebrate and others just kicked it in their own backyard with their families.
So Joao Franco has a soul after all! This season’s Below Deck Mediterranean villain (I mean, if you don’t count Hannah Ferrier) has been taking heat for his womanizing, sleazy ways and his drunken and psychotic alter ego Jezabob, but apparently being judged by reality TV fans has caught up with Joao’s teeny conscience so he’s apologizing for his behavior. We scare the bad guys into submission. [insert evil laugh here]
Patrick BatemanJezabob shattered a glass in his bare hands – because looks apparently can’t kill Hannah – then he called her a slut. Now he regrets looking like a scary sociopath on television. “I am appalled by my behaviour on the show. I realise that I acted extremely primitively and disrespectfully,” he tweeted after the episode aired. “I don’t know what came over me but I am accepting responsibility for my actions. I am not like that at all and I am thankful to have gone through this experience to see.” SO, that’s redeeming, right?