As the charter season comes to an end on Below Deck Mediterranean tensions are high as fatigue and apathy sets in, causing Captain Sandy Yawn to yell at Hannah Ferrier for being lazy.
Hannah has spent all season bragging about her dream team of stews, whom she gets along with so well. Unfortunately, Hannah is doing too much of being a friend and not enough being a leader.
Captain Sandy has noticed the quality slipping. Especially compared to the lengths chef Ben Robinson is going to impress the guests at their White Party final supper.
Joao Franco and Hannah Ferrier butted heads during most of Below Deck Mediterranean Season 3. They started getting along at the end and seemed to be cool for most of Season 4. There was even teeny moment of possibility that the two Sirocco crew members might hook up. That didn’t actually happen, but it would have been an interesting storyline for sure.
Joao has been on a redemption tour since his messy Season 3 love triangle, but it hasn’t been going so well. On a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live, Joao discussed his messy interactions with Hannah and Aesha Scott.
The latest group of charter guests to booze cruise through the Med shamelessly ogled the deck crew. The sexual comments and liquor kept flowing with these ladies on Below Deck Mediterranean. Captain Sandy Yawn even had to rescue Jack Stirrup from a herd of thirsty ladies that infiltrated the bridge. Whether Jack wanted assistance or not is another story.
Travis Michalzik set his sights on one charter guest that he nicknamed “Blondie,” aka Natalie. When the group departed, Travis slipped Blondie a piece of paper. If Natalie had seen Travis after an off night, passed out and reeking of alcohol, we could guess what happened to that piece of paper. But since Travis was his polished and charming self at the time, it does raise the question; did Natalie ever contact Travis?
In the last dregs of the summer season, the Sirocco continues to slowly circle France and Below Deck Mediterranean chugs on.
I couldn’t even be bothered to remember the names of the charter guests. I’ll just call them “Alcohol Now,” which is the t-shirt the primary was wearing when he boarded the boat. The primaries own some sort of luxury puppy palace. So, explain to me, again, how that makes you rich? Even if your only clients are Lisa Vanderpump and Kameron Westcott things aren’t adding up. But here they are and here we are, watching it all unfold; boringly. I assume the one woman who is allergic to everything under the sun (except alcohol and silicone – clearly) is going to have some sort of attack after accidentally consuming something Ben Robinson accidentally served her.
Either because the specialty plate went to the wrong person when one of the stews (you know it will be Anastasia Surmava) was distracted, or because Ben was so anxious about the burners and the size of the galley that he misread the preference sheet again and prepared something she cannot eat. Anyway the episode ends with this woman literally crawling out of her cabin and collapsing on the floor. Exciting to say the least (to be fair they were sailing through a squall).
There’s a lot of tension in the Below Deck Mediterranean galley ever since Ben Robinson returned. The audience was relieved to have Ben back on television, but First Stew Hannah Ferrier was not happy about his resurgence. At all.
Longtime Below Deck Med viewers might recall Season 1 of the show when Hannah had an interest in Ben. After a crew night out, she tried to make a move on him, but he rebuffed her advances. Instead, she saw firsthand when Ben had sex with Tiffany Copeland. Ouch. Talk about awkward. However, that was basically a whole lifetime ago, especially since this show changes up its cast so often. Could that encounter be why Hannah was mad about Ben’s return? Or was she just done with all of the chef drama from Season 4?
As the countdown to the conclusion of this charter season approaches things are becoming more stressful and dramatic by the day on Below Deck Mediterranean. All this chaos also coincides with the end of the summer summer, meaning increasingly volatile weather in the Mediterranean.
Tonight Ben Robinson struggles to regain his yachtie skills while battling a too small galley and dysfunctional components which is impacting his ability to get the food out in a timely manner. Meanwhile, Hannah Ferrier is struggling to connect with Ben and deal with his temperamental moods that demand too much of Anastasia Surmava‘s time.
Season 4 of Below Deck Mediterranean has come through week after week. Mila Kolomeitseva was ousted as chef after some sad tacos and a some baking soda-flavored cake. And let’s not forget those homophobic comments that she hasn’t publicly addressed.
Anastasia Surmava filled in as chef, but it didn’t work out. Captain Sandy Yawn gave Anastasia her third stew spot back and
unfairly fired June Foster. This prompted Colin Macy-O’Toole to put his own job on the line for June. And, we were all saved when Chef Ben Robinson returned to the Below Deck franchise. This isn’t even half of the drama that went down during Season 4. The reunion episode needs to be three parts. At least.
Last night’s Below Deck Mediterranean was a mess! Messier than Travis Michalzik after making out with his girlfriend, vodka!
First, there are the guests who are so distracted by bragging about who has the biggest menopausal sex drive they forget to eat their dinner until it gets cold, then the primary tattles to Captain Sandy Yawn. Instead of assessing the situation (‘ass’ being the operative prefix!) Captain Sandy hightails it down to the galley to complain to Ben Robinson, who promptly shoves his finger into the pan of risotto and proclaims it hot. PIPING. As hot as Ben’s rage and regret that he once again sold his soul to Bravo: the pirates of dignity.