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Captain Sandy criticizes Mathew’s food and Malia denounces deck crew for rookie mistake

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In this episode of Beneath the mediterranean deck, Katie other Courtney Fight as the inner duo and the Chef Matthew look for constant validation. All this stress is sure to leave the crew tired and more prone to making a mistake … or two.

“Stop making excuses, Malia!” Oh no. They are Malia and Captain Sandy having your first fight ?? Sandy is furious that Malia hasn’t told her anything. Dave ‘She has a “severe” bruise and therefore can no longer trust Malia. There isn’t much time to worry about this issue as new guests are about to board, and Katie and Courtney are charging a * s to make sure everything gets fixed.

Chef Mathew (aka Mat the Cat) has escaped being fired about nine times, and he hasn’t even felt Sandy’s full ire. Yet somehow, Captain Sandy criticizes Malia for not reporting the incident with Dave. Captain Sandy is not done with Malia yet and she reminds him that she is very upset. Malia tries to explain that the incident happened after hours and Sandy acknowledges that this is true. Sandy tells Malia, “I trust you 1,000%,” and they reconcile like a disputed couple would.

Side note: Interestingly, Malia felt responsible for reporting Hannah’s * drugs * to Captain Sandy last season, but she forgets to tell Sandy about the huge bruise on Dave’s thigh …

In the meantime, Lloyd other Mzi will have to step up his game while Dave has a chance to heal and deal with less manual labor (like doing laundry, hey, someone has to do it now that Delaney other Lexi they left!). The new charter guests are full of smiles, but Captain Sandy discovers that three of the charter guests will be joining the rest of the guests a little later as they await negative COVID test results.

As everyone settles in, the interior begins to get edgy. There are only two stews and it is a great job to take care of. Katie and Courtney run like headless chickens, teaming up in this card. I bet Katie wanted to stay with Delaney once she found out she was supposed to pack a picnic on the beach. Malia is now getting the brunt of this lack of help because she must give up something from the outside to help the inside. Although things get a bit tricky on board, the atmosphere is definitely better now that Lexi is gone.

Mzi and Malia are caught lifting beach picnic chairs on a huge (albeit beautiful) hill. Their arms will likely break and they really could use an extra hand, but alas, NO ONE WHO IS. Thanks Katie! At least Katie has inherited Flaccid Dave as her third stew …

Courtney has a solid 13-minute break before having to go back upstairs to pack food and drinks for the picnic. Malia returns to pick up the guests and take them on their hike… I mean a picnic. Lunch consists of making your own poke bowls, which sounds delicious. While they eat, Malia is back on the yacht making sure it is ready for the return of the guests.

Things are a bit awkward between Mzi and Courtney since her friend called him after the flowers, but they at least hope they can keep their friendship intact.

It’s post-picnic lunch and the crew is surveying the area. Why is Dave wearing something? Isn’t he supposed to be resting and, like, ironing or something? Katie and Courtney have been working nine hours straight without a break, but how dare Katie say she’s tired when she was the one who decided to ditch the extra help Delaney would have brought? So, Courtney, what is this? Amateur hour? You should NEVER complain to guests about how tired you are. Yachts are supposed to be magical places where guests never know how things are done, they just happen.

Water toys make their debut, and Malia advises guests to stay away from the shoreline. However, two jet skis passed under the bridge and entered the city. The yacht is definitely going to get a ticket, but at least the guests had a good time, right? All about that tip!

After 12 hours and still no rest, Katie is stuck chatting with a rental guest. “Harmless flirting” is what she calls it, but Katie definitely has other things she should be doing right now … like helping Courtney set the table for dinner. When Courtney asks if she is now considered a second stew, Katie lets her know that Courtney has grown a lot throughout the process. The reality is that Courtney had no choice but to work twice as hard. As Katie says, Courtney was thrown into the abyss, but she’s certainly not drowning.

Needy Mat is essentially sweating at the Italian dinner he’s serving guests and Captain Sandy. This is Sandy’s first dinner with the guests and the first time she has actually eaten Mat’s food. He holds his breath and hopes he lives up to his standards. The guests, and Sandy, are legit eating Mat’s food, and it looks like this is a successful dinner service. However, I can see why no guest invites Sandy to dinner. All he does is talk and talk. I think he put the guests to sleep.

After their meal, Sandy chooses Mat in private for a dark fish, and Mat can be visibly seen deflating. Too much to impress the captain, huh? At least Mat realizes there was cause for disappointment. He complains and complains to Katie and Malia about how he let the captain down, and Katie says, “I’m not his fucking mother” regarding Mathew’s constant need for positive reinforcement. Oh.

The next morning, Mzi gets ready for her first morning shift while Courtney and Mathew get ready for the guests. Mzi completely forgot about the paddle boards, and of course a guest gets up early to venture out. Naturally, Captain Sandy (aka Captain Creeper) realizes Mzi’s mistake. Malia is forced to address the mistake Mzi made, and is willing to apologize and do better next time.

If Chef Mathew asks Katie what the “vibe” is one more time, I’m going to miss her. If you are so concerned about their reaction to your breakfast service, take the steps and ask the guests. The interior clearly has no extra time to pamper you, Mathew.

Malia believes that people are getting tired and does not exhaustively monitor their work. Malia is unhappy and yells orders for her crew to quickly change into their white clothes and head back on deck. I’m stressed out just watching this, especially since the guests are watching this sh * tshow unfold. It’s also not helpful when Captain Sandy yells to hurry up on the radio. I’m sure that would explain why Mzi gets it wrong and makes a rookie mistake, leaving the crew looking unprofessional and racing against the clock to dock the yacht without damaging any property.

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