- Previously on "Below Deck Mediterranean"...
- Pretty, Adam.
- Oh, my God. It's amazing.
- This has been phenomenal. Just the food, Chef,
made a difference. Thank you.
- They've been messaging since charter.
I would kind of expect you to just kind of come
and tell me instead of reading personal messages.
To me, that's kind of a bit gross.
- Just moving in with Malia. - Why?
- 'Cause everyone wants to sleep with me on this boat,
if you haven't figured that out yet.
- You're all looking at the new lead deckhand, Malia.
- The other night, I was doing anchor watch,
and Wes came up and kissed me.
- It's true.
- That is the most unprofessional thing
I've ever seen in my life.
My work ethic was never seen
because he's so far up your ass.
- It's impossible for me to work my ass off
and earn the title
because I'm a cute, attractive, female deckhand.
- There's a massive backstory behind Malia and I.
We met at the STCW, and we fooled around,
and we tried to keep it hush-hush.
- Wow. - So wrong about her.
- More, boys? - Let's do another car bomb.
- These guys are already hammered right now.
Absolutely next level.
- Hey, hey, f---ing stop, Adam.
- Smile there, big guy.
- You just ripped my f---ing pants, Adam.
- Hey, you getting all f---ing intense?
- No, no, no, no, no, no... - Hey!
- Next time I'll f---ing smash you.
- No, no, no, no. - Hey, hey.
- Bobby! [laughs]
- Ah! Adam. Okay, that's unnecessary.
Hey, hey, f---ing stop, Adam.
- Smile. Smile there, big guy. - What are you guys doing?
- You just ripped my f---ing pants, Adam.
- Yeah, you getting all f---ing intense?
- Oh, whoa! Hey! - No, no, no, no, no, no...
- Next time, I'll f---ing smash you.
- Hey, hey! - What happened to him?
- He basically ripped my f---ing pants.
- Hey, stop. Wes, stop it.
Wes, please, please, please. - F--- this.
- No, I know. - He just ripped everything.
- Come up here, come up here. - I still got a wedgie.
- Let's just go here. Breathe with me, okay?
- Who the hell does he think he is? What the hell?
I've stayed out of his way the whole time.
- This is definitely not about a wedgie.
This is about the fact that they both like the same girl
and these boys finally snapped.
- Malia, Adam is not the guy for you.
- Oh, I know, girl.
- So I went for a wedgie, and he freaked out.
Can anyone talk to me about that?
I thought it was a joke.
Wes didn't think it was a joke.
He's jumped in front of a car. He's spoken badly to locals.
He's crossed the line so many times today already,
and now he's gonna rip my pants?
- Yeah. - I'm--
To the stage where you tear someone's underpants
trying to get it over their head?
That's just almost becoming a personal attack.
- Thanks, Wes. - No problem.
- Well, we made it alive.
- Ugh, my shoes are soaked.
- [laughs] Don't laugh at me.
- I don't know.
- If he tries to pull you aside for a chat,
I would really suggest you just don't entertain him.
Right now, he's drunk and--
- I'm not talking to a drunken 16-year-old.
That's what he seems like right now.
- What exactly happened?
- I don't know. I didn't see it.
I was busy, literally, digging my own boxers out of my ass.
- What happened, man? - Well, I'm not talking to you.
- No, hey, hey, hey. - No, hit me. Adam.
- There's only one way to deal--hey, hey.
- Adam, I'm not talking to you now.
- Why? - Because I'm not, Adam.
- What? Because I gave you a wedgie?
Where is his sense of humor here, you know?
I mean, you already got the girl.
You got a little wedgie. Just chill out.
- You all right? - Yeah, I'm okay.
- Adam taking out
his aggression towards Wes, that's unfair.
He really doesn't deserve any of this.
- If you wedgied me, I wouldn't give a f---.
- Thank you, 'cause you're Max, and you're fun.
- And he has overreacted, but the whole thing
is it all started from the beginning
because she f---ing played you
and she played Wes. And here she is.
- You heard that. - There she is.
- This is all caused because of you.
- How is it my fault?
- Because you strung him along the whole time.
- Well, I apologize for that.
- I thought I met a beautiful person that I could trust,
and she's obviously untrustworthy, so...
She told me that she's not into him whatsoever
and that she's into me.
I got all the texts to prove it.
"Hopefully we can sneak into the same hotel room
our last night in Croatia."
- All right. - No, it's cool.
You put yourself in this position.
- You're right, I did. - Yes, you did.
- Adam was just a f---ing asshole in the galley.
- Why, what did he say?
- He was like, "You're such a liar."
I'm like, "What am I lying about?
I told both of you I wanted to be friends."
- He's a loose cannon.
I really like Malia,
but she is a big tease with the boys.
- At some point, you got to just--
It's pretty clear now
that I want nothing to do with Adam.
- Listen, man, why don't you want to talk to me?
I've got nothing against you, man.
- Dude, but you're just acting like a complete idiot today.
- I think you're overreacting
because Malia has something to do with this.
- If it was anyone else who had--
- And you've obviously got serious feelings for Malia.
- If it was anyone else who had done that to me,
I would have turned around and done the exact same thing
to them, no matter what the circumstances.
- So hit it, dude. I don't got any f---ing boxers on.
- I don't need it. I'm not, I'm not doing it.
- Go for it. You see that?
What do you think? - It's f---ing childish, Adam.
- I give up. F--- it.
- There's no f---ing secret place on board
to f---ing chill.
- Oh, God.
- No, it's cool.
You'll get her. She's a good girl.
You'll nail her eventually.
[knock at door]
- What's going on? Can I give any guy input?
- What do you think of the whole situation?
- All my fault, right? - You kissed both of them.
- If I want to go around and f--- everyone
on this boat, that's my prerogative.
- F---ing 90% of f---ing bar fights start
because dickhead birds f---ing mess around with geezers.
You can push people away.
If a bird got in my face there,
and I didn't want to f---ing kiss 'em, I'd go like this.
It takes two to tango, mate. - Does it?
- You strung them f---ing both along, mate.
- I strung them along? - As an outsider--
- By going to them, to his face and telling both of them,
"Both of you kissed me. Both of you should know."
- As an outsider... - Honest, up front.
- You strung them both along, mate.
- And because I went to them and said,
"We should be friends"-- - You strung them both along.
You just used him and spat him out.
- I'm the one who stringing him along because I was up front.
- The whole f---ing thing. - F--- off, Max.
- Guys, guys. - Yeah, all right.
I'm a f---ing idiot.
- What is happening?
- With what? - With Wes.
I give the guy a wedgie, and it's like travesty.
- You know that it's not about the f---ing wedgie.
- So he clearly cares about her.
- I think you both care about her.
- Up until this charter season,
I've never wanted anything more than I wanted Malia,
and that's really hard for me to swallow,
particularly when I see her go for another guy.
Like, "Wes, she's playing you like a f---ing book
"the same way she played me like a book.
"If you could read my text messages,
you'd think twice about kissing her again."
I didn't care if other guys on the boat
were gonna flirt with her.
Not until she started getting a little chummy with Wes.
I had utmost confidence in this relationship.
- I kind of feel a little bit bad for you
because I know I gave you a very, very hard time
about the food that you were sending out.
- She was distracting. - I know.
- Every time she f---ing walked by, I'm like--
- Exactly. I was like,
"Dude, get your head out this chick's ass
"and f---ing go and menu plan. Look at your preference sheets.
Plan a menu. Do this. Do this. Do this."
- Because you know I can do it.
- I know you can, and I just saw it the last charter.
Honestly, I'm starting to understand
a little bit more how this girl
has affected Adam the entire season.
I do see a softer side to him,
and I don't think he's a bad guy.
I think he's just... very confused,
and he's thinking with the wrong head.
I wasn't meaning to give you a hard time.
I hope you know that.
- I do know that, and I do understand
that you are a very good stewardess.
Give me a hug. I'm sorry, Hannah.
- Good night. Sleep well.
- I'm done with him.
Completely. I want nothing to do with him.
If he tries to start more drama with them,
it's just-- it's gonna get out of control,
and I'm not gonna stand down again.
- Coming up...
- Talk to me. I'm getting really annoyed.
- What the hell were they doing?
- I don't want you two working the bow together.
- And later...
- There's, like, some kind of mischievous behavior going on.
They've all just run back down to the lower cabin.
- They're swingers!
Leche, leche, leche.
- Here you go.
What's up? - Nothing.
- Good morning. - Morning.
- Last night was a comedy of errors.
- It was.
I was running around the boat trying to hide.
Couldn't find a hiding spot.
Last night was a mess, and we saw a very dark side of Adam,
and it's almost unbelievable
that you have to laugh about it.
All righty. Shall we get this day started?
- Hannah, are you fine for me
to just be standby here in laundry?
- Yeah, just tend the laundry. - Okay.
- Every now and then I'll let you know I'm on call.
- Okay, I've got the welcome towels in the fridge.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah. - Thank you.
- Whoa, my hair's looking crazy today.
- Just checking if the guests are coming on at 12:00?
- Si. - Okay.
So it means none at,
like, 11:30, 11:45 in our epaulettes?
- I think so. - Okay, coolio.
See you in the main saloon at 11:30.
- Last charter, I felt like we were on a winning streak here
with the team coming together
and actually pulling their weight.
- No fruit? Yeah. - No lime chaser.
- Yeah, she did great.
- You let me know if you need anything, okay?
- Perfect, thank you.
- I was hoping that she would prove me wrong,
but she's back to her old ways.
- I knew something was gonna happen last night.
- How's Max?
- I haven't really talked to him this morning.
- I could care less about me and Adam.
I don't want me and Max to be weird.
I play it tough a lot of the times,
and nobody thinks that these comments
that Max is saying or, like,
Adam gets to me, and it does.
I'm so over it.
I don't deserve to be, like, called names and--
- Yeah, that's crazy. - Lesson learned.
Don't fraternize with your crew.
- Right. - You know?
- Adam, Hannah, and Wes, meet me in the crew mess
for the preference sheet meeting.
All right, our next charter, the primary guests,
Dr. Quang Henderson and his wife Staci,
are fixtures on the Houston social scene
and have a high expectation when they travel.
- The guests requested a black-tie Texas-themed
dinner party with tuxedos, ball gowns,
and yellow roses on the table.
They look like the kind of guests
that are gonna be very... [snaps fingers]
But it's only a one-day charter.
How hard can it be?
- I see a lot of spicy, and they're from Texas,
so I know Texans can take the heat.
- Dislikes onions. - Look at that.
- Don't grow your horns on the forehead.
- This shouldn't be too much of a problem.
- We're going to anchor closer to their hotel here
in Dubrovnik to pick them up.
Are we good? - Pumped.
- Rock and roll.
- So how's the Jacuzzi?
Is it heating up all the way to 40?
- Thirties. - Yeah.
- I am fed up of watching Malia bounce off Wes,
bounce off Adam, and now she's the lead deckhand?
I mean, just stop it.
- Start pulling up on the chain, Malia.
- Copy that.
- And no traffic on starboard side.
- We are all clear. No traffic astern of us.
- Well done.
- Bugs, Bugs, Hannah?
- What can I help you with, Hannah?
- Do you mind quickly just clearing the crew mess?
- Okay, copy.
- All right. - Bugs, go enjoy yourself.
It's not really my place as a third stewardess to, like,
ask her chief stew to like,
"Hey, can you work a little harder?"
I'm not gonna be the one to criticize her work ethic.
- I want to drop the starboard anchor down to four shackles.
- Copy that. Dropping anchor.
- You watch the chain. I'll drop the shackles.
- Okay. [laughs]
- Talk to me.
How many is in the water?
Put your finger up.
I don't get it.
Someone talk to me.
I'm getting really annoyed with the bow.
- What the hell are they doing?
- That's five. Five under.
- I don't want you two working the bow together,
not for the duration of this trip.
- Copy that, Captain.
- I'm annoyed with Malia and Wes
because they need to communicate to me.
Actually, just pop in the bridge.
- If she can't do the job,
then I want someone up there that can do the job.
- But I-- - Especially in this.
- I don't understand what she was doing wrong, Captain.
- What I want is for the person on the bow to be able
to release the anchor and hold their hand up.
If she's not tall enough, then you put someone who's taller.
- Oh, it's because she wasn't tall enough.
- I don't know. I couldn't see her fingers.
- Now that Malia's lead deckhand,
she needs to step it up and take charge.
She can't be passive on the bow.
She has to speak up.
She needs to own it.
- She said that you were too short,
and she couldn't see your fingers.
- [laughs] - Yeah.
- Okay, I'm not that short.
- All crew, all crew.
Guests will be arriving...
in 15 minutes by water taxi.
- I am so happy right now. - Yay!
- That's awesome. - I can't find my shoes.
- It's the first pickup that we've done
where the guests have come by water taxi,
so it's a real cool entrance coming onto this boat
overlooking this amazing fortress of Dubrovnik.
- How you all doing? - Hello.
- Welcome to the yacht "Sirocco."
- I'd like to bring you on board.
- Okay, first and foremost, you can't speak anymore,
because our women like accents,
and so you got to be quiet.
- Okay. - He looks fresh to death.
- You're gonna hold me, right? - Yep. There you go.
- There we go. - They are fancy.
- Oh, my God. - Welcome. I'm Sandy...
- Hi! Staci Henderson. - Your captain.
- Quang Henderson. Real nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you. Welcome.
- Lauren. - Nice to meet you.
- Adam, nice to meet you.
These guys are dressed to the nines.
It's sort of like the board game, Clue.
It's like a murder mystery.
- Welcome aboard "Sirocco."
Hannah's gonna give you a little tour,
and after that we're gonna pick up our anchor
and proceed with our day.
- Yay! - Thank you, let's do this.
- Let's start the tour. This is the main salon.
- It's really beautiful.
- Obviously one of the very important parts
on any yacht, the bar.
- Hannah knows us very well.
- The dog is in here.
- Malia, how you gonna get over that pile?
- I'm not.
- Wow, this is so awesome!
- This will do.
- I'll show you the cabins downstairs.
- These are pretty. They don't need that.
- If the rooms are rocking, don't bother knocking.
- We making the sushi. - I love salmon sushi.
- We've got a massive dinner planned,
so instead of a sit-down lunch,
we're gonna do more of a sushi, appetizers,
tapas, kind of real light, simple stuff.
- Anchor's coming up. - Transom on deck.
- Anchor is now clear of obstructions,
and we bring her home.
- Thank you.
- Close up. - Thank you.
- Is it her margarita? - Yes.
- Oh, excellent. - All right.
- Can I get an iced coffee? - Yes, of course.
- Just with a frothed coconut creamer and a little honey?
- Yeah, and a little honey as well?
- Where is your pajamas?
- I left my pajamas on the bed.
- Okay, so her pajamas need to be steamed as well.
- Okay, sure.
I can already tell this is gonna be
one long one-day charter.
- Actually, do you have any-- do you have any nuts?
- Yes, of course. - Okay, that'd be great.
- Bobby and Malia.
Could you go and unpack the master for me?
[music slowing down]
- Uh... like, what? - Do we just get in there?
- I don't know. Just get in their sh--
and take it all apart?
- I'm lost.
Like, I have no clue how to even start.
I've never even been in the master bedroom.
- Okay, those are some titty things.
- Those are nip covers. [laughs]
- Can we eat down at the dining table?
- To eat downstairs, like a proper sit-up?
- Yes, please. - Okay. Hannah, Hannah.
- Go ahead.
- Hannah, the guests would like
proper sit-down lunch
on the bridge deck aft.
- Saw that coming a mile away.
- If everything else wasn't enough,
they now want a sit-down lunch?
This is a disaster.
- All the stuff is prepared to be individuals.
You can't, like, silver-serve a canapé.
- We don't have a choice.
- Coming up...
- Don't you feel like we're doing a lot of extra work?
It's kind of annoying
that, like, Hannah gets all the credit.
- Oh, you're only noticing this now?
Hannah has been this way from day one.
Your point's very valid.
- Okay, so what type of sushi is it?
- Salmon, cucumber, or spicy tuna.
We thought canapés and these snacks
would be enough to tide them over to dinner.
Of course, it wasn't, and now I'm scrambling.
Not my favorite way to start a charter.
- What do you think, is it up to your level of expectation?
- This is gorgeous.
- I'm just gonna go and do water and wine service.
- Bugs, would you like to do lead service with these guys?
- Sounds like a pawn-off to me.
- All right.
- I'm always willing to take over lead service,
but I kind of feel that Hannah's just too quick
to give up her responsibilities.
- Would you like pinot grigio?
- Yes, that's my favorite, actually.
- Is that good? - Yes, perfect.
- Oh, no, that's for you to taste it.
- Oh. - It's customary.
- Just to taste?
- Did you really just say that?
- You really don't need any more than that, actually.
- You should actually-- - Shut up, Brian.
- Can I ask you a question? - Yes.
- Do you have a travel agent on board?
- A travel agent?
- We need somebody to help us book a flight to Spain.
- I personally recommend
either San Sebastian or Valencia.
- Can you see what you can get us
for a direct flight to either?
And also, we were looking at chartering a plane.
I'm now a f---ing travel agent?
Call me HannahBooking.com.
- I haven't eaten all day
except for some nuts and cheese.
- You can roll up the sushi.
- Sushi roll. Ha-ha.
- I'm gonna be full today.
Oh, my God. How wonderful is that?
- Hey, this is just lunch, by the way.
- Lauren, Lauren, Hannah?
- Go ahead, Hannah.
- Can you just pop to the bridge for a sec, please?
- Can you go and unpack
the starboard forward cabin for me?
I'm just booking flights for the guests at the moment.
- Okay. - Thank you.
And then just keep coming to Bugs and asking her
what she needs for the next 2 1/2 hours, okay?
- Okay. - Thanks.
- Hannah does more talking than working.
"I'm working so hard. I'm working so hard.
I'm doing all this that you don't know about."
It's like, I don't know how long it takes to book flights,
but two hours?
- Why are you unpacking the woman's,
I'm unpacking the man's?
- Oh, that's fabulous. - Mm.
- Try the tuna. - Where do you put hats?
Where do we put shoes?
- Hey, guys, I'm gonna get Lauren to do this.
Can you help us in the galley rather?
- Yeah, copy that. - It just makes more sense.
- Yeah. - Thank you.
- We completely agree.
- Nothing's helping the situation
with Bobby and Malia
up in the master cabin unpacking.
They are deckhands for a reason,
and Hannah should know better.
- I put, like, the chick's on the left.
Guy's on the right. - I'll take care of it.
- Did you find a flight?
- Yeah, but it's three stops, so they won't take it.
Um, I just wanted to let you know,
I've looked into that flight,
but commercially, it's 13 hours and 20 minutes.
Dubrovnik to Zurich, and then Zurich to Madrid.
- Can we find something that's direct?
Where can we go that's direct and that's warm?
Anywhere if it's warm.
- Okay, so let's do direct from Dubrovnik to Malta.
- Thank you so much. - Okay, sure.
- I think I see a beach around this corner.
You want to keep a lookout?
- Can you see, through the binoculars,
a little hint of green?
- I feel like now that Malia's lead deckhand,
I'm just invisible to Captain Sandy,
and that pisses me off.
- I just got pulled aside. - Uh-huh?
- She's like, "I don't want to do a stopover.
"I want direct.
Somewhere for five days in the sun."
- Did it sound like that when it came out of her mouth?
- I don't know. It did in my head, though.
- Okay. - It kind of went in there.
- All right.
- Adam and I, I feel like we've built a bridge
since our heart-to-heart,
and we're finally getting along.
- How are the ladies doing? Are you well?
- So nice. - Awesome.
- Thank you.
- You know what they say about pineapple, girls.
- Wait, what do they say about pineapple?
- Oh. [laughs]
- Did you just cut your hand on that?
- Yeah, I went to look down in there.
- Oh, my God.
- I'm getting a little bit spiteful in the galley,
having her come in and get chummy
right in front of me with other people.
I just go, man, you know, like,
this has nothing to do with Wes.
This is Malia.
I misdirected my anger.
- Wow. Okay.
One, two, three.
- Hey, man, I just want to shake it off, all right?
- Yeah, dude, it's all good. It's in the past.
Yesterday, the whole day, like, I don't know what happened.
- Personally, I think it, you know,
it was just kind of a powder keg
waiting to pop between you and I.
I didn't know I was rubbing you the wrong way.
- All right, man, well, you know,
we've only got a couple charters left,
if we could just bury the hatchet,
and I'm in a better space now
that I can kind of put the whole Malia thing--
- In the past, yeah. - In the past, like, history.
Done, son, so.
- All righty. - All right, man.
- Cool. - Sorry about that.
- Why is he not stopping?
- He's trying to find a good lo--
oh, why she's not stopping, get it right.
- Hello, are you going to the bridge?
- Well, no, we wanted her to stop.
- Oh, okay. - We're gonna go Jet Skiing.
- We're passing all the good spots.
- She's gonna drop the anchor soon.
I'm pretty sure of it. Let's go check.
I'm gonna go find out for you right away.
- Tell her, actually, she needs to turn around and go back
to those little islands we just passed.
- Hey, Cap?
- Do they want to do water sports?
- They do, they do sport,
and they said they want to go back
to the islands we just passed.
- Well, we're gonna anchor here.
- Okay. - Because of the wind.
- Brian is too much for me.
There's only so much muscle...
that my cheeks can hold in a smile.
We are anchoring-- - Excellent.
- Just in front of us right now.
We have to anchor here just for the shelter.
- I definitely don't.
I've not even been here before, so.
- So you just said that-- - I definitely don't.
No, no, this is from the captain's mouth.
- Deck crew. Deck crew.
Go ahead and drop the starboard anchor.
- Copy that. Dropping starboard.
- Two shackles in the water. Two.
Okay, let's get the toys out.
- Oh, no, we're all right, it's gonna be-
- How many we got? - We got two Jet Skis.
- Okay, good.
- Oh, look at you!
You look fantastic!
- Oh, they'll see you again.
- If you don't see me again, drown my husband.
It's fine, I'll take the insurance money.
Yeah, I can't get my hair wet. I'm not that pretty.
Have fun, you guys. Go fast, honey.
- Whoo-hoo! - Whoooo!
- Oh, my-- look at her face!
Does she look happy? She's not happy.
- Hi. - Stand by.
- Standing by.
- So, Adam tried to apologize to me,
but it wasn't really much of an apology.
It was just like, "Sorry that it came down to it."
So I don't know if it's sorry for how he acted
or sorry that it happened...
- Fine by me. Good riddance.
I don't deal with people like that.
- But, you know, it's come to me, like,
this is not the first time he's been, like,
pretty spiteful on this trip.
He's done it before. He did it with the onions.
That was a spiteful thing he did.
He did it to Hannah once, which was a spiteful thing.
And now he's done it to me and you.
Adam has definitely shown who he is,
and I'm glad everyone can see who he is now.
It's not pretty.
I think he's made his own bed here,
and for him to crawl out of it, it's gonna be tough.
That's not the company I want to keep.
That's not the people I want to be associated with.
- Coming up... - I know what I'm doing.
This is why this should have never f---ing happened.
- Get over it. - I got f---ed...
out of something for nothing.
- Let it go!
You can't become a leader
by being a dick.
- Got you, no problem. - Thank you.
- I can take that for you, sir.
- I didn't even get wet.
- We got the perfect weather today.
And now my husband gets to Jet Ski,
so he's happy, he's perfect.
- Great. I'm really glad you're enjoying it,
and we're anchoring overnight here, so it should be lovely.
- Thanks. - Oh, yeah, get that.
- Get it over your muscles. - Oh, wow.
- Yee-haw! Gonna ride some broncos.
I've got a group of Texans on board.
I know how to do some Tex-Mex, but not for these folks.
They came on board wearing $10,000 pearl necklaces.
They're not getting Tex-Mex.
We're gonna do sort of a fusion.
We're gonna go Thai-Tex.
For dessert, we're gonna do something
more along the lines of a anniversary cake.
What do you know? More cakes.
- Wow, you look awesome. - You look very suave.
- Well, thank you very much. - Ooh, there you go.
- This is beautiful.
- They did a gorgeous job, really.
- Jubilee. all: Jubilee.
- Right. - Which means cheers.
- Yay, cheers.
- We're ready. First course.
- Look, we actually have our chef here.
- So right here we've got a little macerated salad.
I've soaked cucumbers, mangoes, red onions.
No onions for you, mister.
- Thank you. - Well, you all look lovely.
Enjoy your first course, all right?
- This salad is spectacular.
This could be my meal. - Wow.
- I felt myself getting...
really frustrated today.
Don't you feel like we're, like, doing
a lot of extra work?
It's kind of annoying that, like,
at the end of every charter,
Hannah gets all the credit,
but we do a majority of the work.
Like, setting the table.
- Oh, you're only noticing this now?
- It's hard for me to, like, say it.
She's, like, my friend.
- It is what it is. - Yeah.
- Wow, that's so pretty.
- So here we've got a little coconut curry here
that's gonna be lemongrass, ginger,
garlic, sautéed shrimp, chicken,
steamed saffron rice,
and some microgreens-- they're little bean sprouts.
- Awesome. - Okay?
- Thank you. - Thank you.
- All right, folks, enjoy, all right?
- Bon appétit. - Thank you.
- Can someone take a picture of the food?
- Let's chow down. - You're in luck.
- Oh. Well, you know, I'm Asian.
I love rice. This is really good rice.
- You guys know you're back at 8:00, huh?
- You ever notice if you're sitting on the toilet
and you, like, look at your balls,
they actually kind of just move a little bit?
- When I'm usually sitting on the toilet,
I'm usually having a s---,
and then, so I'm not usually looking down.
- I noticed it when I was, like, a kid.
You know what I'm talking about.
- Bloody blue balls. - [laughs]
Yeah, I got those right now.
- Aww, Adam, that's amazing.
- It is bizarre seeing Hannah and Adam
getting along in the galley.
I mean, they've been at each other's throats
the entire charter season.
- Hi. - Oh, my gosh!
- Look at that! Oh, my God.
- Oh, Jesus.
- This is a vanilla chiffon cake
with strawberry filling in the middle.
- Wow. - Happy anniversary.
- That is fantastic. - Is it for sure his?
- Wow. - I'm gonna knock mine over.
- Guess what, you're getting lucky tonight!
- Good night, Bugs. - Good night, Adam.
Sleep well. - See you in the morning.
- Nice job today. - Thank you.
- Okay, guys. Let's go to bed.
- Good night, y'all. - Love you guys.
- In the morning. - Okay, babe.
- [giggles] [knocks on door]
- They've all just run back down to the lower cabins.
- They're swingers!
How else would you want to celebrate your anniversary?
With a swingers' club.
I've not met many swingers in my life,
but if I did meet swingers,
that is exactly what they would look like.
- "The guests are swingers!!" Ha, ha, ha. Awesome.
- Okay, I'm gonna start the mains.
You can start bringing the anchor up, Malia.
- Copy that.
Shackle number one, approaching deck.
- Hey, Bobby, Bobby, can you go to the bow please?
- Copy that.
Hold up, hold up, hold up.
- It just happened.
- All right.
- Starboard anchor at the water line.
- Who's on the tender on the stern?
- There's nobody right now, but I have it locked off.
- Actually, I want to have Bobby on the anchor.
- Copy that.
She wants you to do the anchor
now that it's almost done.
I'm a little confused.
You know, I get this lead deckhand role,
and now I feel like
I'm messing up somehow,
and I'm being challenged.
That's not fair at all.
- Coming up...
- I feel played as f---.
I'm just sick of being on a boat with her.
- Let's be besties when we actually hate each other.
- Malia's getting super jealous.
- Yeah, I see that.
- It feels good.
- Drop the starboard anchor.
- Two shackles.
- Coming in nice and slow, Captain.
All clear on the starboard and port side, Cap.
- I'm gonna come back another five meters still.
All right, Cap. There's good.
- Put the canvas on them, 'cause it's gonna rain.
- All right.
- Knock, knock. [knocking]
Hi, can I give you a hand packing?
- Frank and Cat will need help.
- Yeah. - No problem.
I'll round up the troops. - Yes, yes.
Round the troops, please.
The cavalry needs to be summoned.
- Look how dark it is out there.
- It is rather ominous, isn't it?
- All crew, all crew, prepare for guest departure
in ten minutes.
- Everything is off the boat. We're good to go.
- Thank you, guys. - Nice meeting you.
Thank you so much. - Safe travels home.
- Well, we had a great time.
- Here's my man. - Yeah, buddy.
- You know, I love you to death.
- Bye, sweetie.
- It really was amazing.
This was my big, like, bucket list,
trip of a lifetime kind of thing,
and so thank you so much.
- To see her happy about this
makes me happy.
- I can't wait to come back.
- Oh, definitely.
And a token of our appreciation.
- Thank you very much. - Please.
- Thank you. - It was a pleasure.
- Thank you all very much. Bye-bye, you all.
- After all the work that I've done
in the past 24 hours,
I swear, I better get paid.
- All crew, all crew, let's just go
directly to the main salon for our tip meeting.
I have the count of the cash.
- ♪ Captain Sandy ♪ - Okay.
Let's see, 'cause I wrote a few things.
When we came in, Wes and Malia,
I did give it to you.
- Bobby, I'm just gonna let you stay on the bow.
You just handle the other anchor.
Other than that, I think we did a fantastic job.
From Hannah and your travel agent skills
to find them a warm place to go,
and they loved your food.
The tip is $15,000.
Great tip. $1,360 per person.
And, yeah, thank you again.
- Bugs' swinging money.
- Thanks, Dr. Q and all your swinging friends.
- And one more to go. Yes!
- Ah! - Let's head back to slip.
Anchor up on port.
- All right, lines are clear, lines are clear.
- Visually anchor.
- Port side, we have got 60 meters
and closing to a boat that's moored.
- Bobby, that one's fine. - Huh?
- That one's fine. It's just the one flaked over.
- This way is gonna be safer, trust me.
- What the f---, Bobby?
Like, I'm sorry that you're not lead deckhand,
but I'm asking you to do something,
and you're blatantly ignoring me.
Are we gonna put 'em in here then?
- No, I'm just gonna keep 'em together like this
and then clove-hitch it on the rail
like we do the tenders.
- He feels like it's okay to ignore me
because "he knows better."
- That is, like, the best rainbow
I've ever seen.
- That's so cool. - Hey, Bobby.
We need to talk about this whole situation.
You've been very, like, competitive with me
ever since I've become lead deckhand.
- I'm just trying to do what she told me to do.
She wants me on the bow.
I've done this a million times already.
I know what I'm doing.
- You're being competitive. - I'm not being competitive.
This is why this should have never f---ing happened
because you have no experience.
- She gave me the position, Bobby,
because of my initiative.
Sorry you're mad about that, but don't take it out on me.
All of a sudden, you're like, "Oh, Malia.
"This is how you flake the chain.
"Oh, Malia, this is how you do this.
Oh, Malia, this is how you do this."
- It wasn't flaked the way
I've been taught, and the reason why--
- But it's flaked the way I was taught from my boatswain
and by you guys.
I don't care about the title.
If it means that much to you,
we can walk into that bridge and ask her to appoint you it.
- No, 'cause I don't want it out of f---ing sympathy--
- Great. - Or f---ing--
- Get over it.
- I got f---ed out of something for nothing.
- Let it go! - No, I'm not gonna let it go.
- That team attitude, that camaraderie
is what's gonna make you a lead deckhand or a boatswain.
You can't become a leader by being a dick.
- Okay, later. I'm gonna go somewhere else.
- Deck crew, deck crew, we're back to slip.
Please prepare for docking.
- We've got absolutely no traffic astern.
A vessel to our starboard.
Seven meters. Closing slowly.
Can you pull up on that?
- Are you feeling a beer? - Hell, yeah.
- After a charter like this, I just need a stiff drink.
- Do the MJ. - Hee-hee!
- Well done.
- We're there.
- How do we go, how do we go?
- Just drink it.
- You guys, it feels so good to not be working.
- Cheers. - Cheers, guys.
- Cheers. - Cheers.
- Bobby, who's taller? - I want to say you're taller.
- I'm just sick of being on a boat with her.
You know, when you think you find someone cool
and then get let down so hard,
I feel played as f---.
I said to her from day one, "Do not hurt me."
I've had my heart broken a couple times--
- And one time, like, severe, you know?
I'm losing steam on even attempting
to get to know someone.
It's like, are all chicks this way?
- Do you think of her games? - She's immature, you know?
It just kind of, it kind of blows my mind.
- He's becoming besties with Hannah.
- I know.
...and he told me that 15 times earlier--
- You know that...
- Yeah, I see that. It feels good.
She sounds like she's jealous of you.
- Well, she deserves it.
- Now, all of a sudden, they're like, "Ah."
- I, honestly, at this point, I give zero f---s.
- Me too, girl.
I would make out with boys tonight if I was you.
- Three tequila and-- what do you want to drink?
And one gin and tonic.
- What the f---?
- Coming up... - Are you crazy?
- Back to the boat?
- You should, yeah.
- Here she is. - Yeah.
I'm just gonna go to the toilet.
- You playing bartender tonight?
- No, I'm not. Go for it.
- Oh, that's really nice of you.
What a sweetheart.
- Such an asshole, really.
- I can really tell that Malia is kind of gagging
for Adam's attention at the moment.
Maybe she shouldn't have jerked him around
so much in the first place.
- Put up some money.
- Hello, you're making first mate.
To Malia sleeping with the captain.
To Malia f---ing the whole dang crew!
- I can't stay mad at her. I don't hold grudges.
- I'm really glad I met you.
- I'm glad I met you as well. - Yeah, I'm, like...
- Go ahead.
You first. Here we go.
- No, I'm really glad I met you.
- You're missing what I'm missing.
You're missing love.
- It is 6-inch cock.
- Back to the boat? - Yeah. Whoo.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa. I mean, I'll walk you back.
I don't want to be here anymore.
If I have to look her, like, making out with other dudes,
I'm gonna freak out.
I'll tuck you in. I got to find my hat, though.
- Find your hat.
- Have you guys seen my hat anywhere?
My black hat?
- Uh, Bugsy was wearing it.
- You should. Yeah. Get after her, Dada.
- You should have.
- I know, I've learned a lot about you, yeah.
You're a pretty special girl. - I am.
- But not special at all, actually.
- Yeah, no, I am. - You're pretty disgusting.
- I don't believe both these guys
are blatantly ignoring me... I'm out of here.
- Next on "Below Deck Med"...
- Thanks for looking after me last night.
- We could get so much more done
if we all put in the same amount of work.
Hannah has been absolutely lazy all season.
She needs to know my feelings.
I'm extremely frustrated.
I feel, this season, you've been a lousy chief stew.
- Okay. - Primary charter guest.
- Every one of those girls is gorgeous.
- I matched on Tinder with the charter guest.
- She's a weapon, man.
- Go ahead. You can have her. It's all good.
- Are you gonna say something to Wes?
- I can't let her get away with all that, Hannah.
- You need to know the girl is a f---ing liar.
I mean, read that.
3:45 a.m., talking about going back to her hotel room.
I mean, this sh--, the texts go on and on and on.
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