Below Deck: Are these the worst group of guests so far?

Below Deck: Captain Lee Rosbach (Photo by: Heidi Gutman/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank)
Below Deck: Captain Lee Rosbach (Photo by: Heidi Gutman/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank) /

Below Deck is all about five-star, top-notch service, but at what point do they draw the line and tell the guests to cut it out?  They probably do not.

The first charter guests for this season of Below Deck could not be any more high maintenance.  They need their clothes unpacked, their avocado sliced, the drinks made in three minutes or less.  It is a lot for any group of people, not just this crew that happens to be down one member.  Sometimes the guests on these shows amp up the drama for a better episode, but this is just ridiculous!

Captain Lee Rosbach is doing his best to help the group keep it together, but the number of vegetables in each omelette might push us all over the edge.  Not to mention, the primary charter guest keeps insisting that the crew looks “so tired” they need to help.  The chef, Rachel Hargrove, had two random guests in her galley insisting on helping when what really would have helped was them leaving her alone.

The theme of the night was international, so there was food, drinks, outfits, and decor from all around the world.  “The food is so amazing but you are so tired.”  How does that help at all?  Is it simply because she’s a woman?  Either way, it was uncalled for and only further slowed things down.  However, not long after that, the Brazilian churrasco really hit the fan between him and another guest.

Perhaps everyone was tired of his nonsense at that point?  Meanwhile, Captain Lee asked Francesca Rubi, “What can I do to help you?”  Talk about the most supportive leader of all time.  If she actually requested help, he totally would have done it.  Things Captain Sandy Yawn would never dream of asking.

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This charter still isn’t over after two full episodes, but hopefully Isabelle “Izzy” Wouters packs their bags as quickly as possible and sends them on their way.  Adios, people!

Below Deck is on Bravo Monday nights at 9 PM ET!