A rocky introduction! Below Deck Mediterranean‘s season 6 chief stew Katie Flood obtained trustworthy about how Chef Mathew Shea‘s damage shook up the crew throughout their very first constitution.
“Obviously I wasn’t happy. I was annoyed. I was pissed off,” Flood unique informed Us Weekly in regards to the damage that become Chef Mathew leaving the yacht through the Monday, June 28, episode. “I was worried because at the time it was like survival mode. Like, we have guests on board, they want dinner. We need to just get through this. And then it was like, once we got through dinner, it’s like, ok, now what? Like, are we getting a chef? Is he going to be a chef tomorrow? Someone else coming? Like, what the f–k is actually going on right now?”
The season 6 premiere obtained off to a tough begin when Mathew damage his knee the day earlier than the visitors arrived. The chef ended up having to depart to get an MRI and the remainder of the group was left to prepare dinner dinner for the visitors.
“I don’t feel like I can do this properly. It’s not going to be the same. The fact that I didn’t sleep and trying to figure out the kitchen on the first day with that handicap … I am freaking out,” Mathew informed Captain Sandy Yawn within the episode. “I don’t know what to do. I can’t do this. My livelihood is standing on my foot. I don’t want it to get worse. I don’t know what the f–k it is, but it doesn’t feel right.”
While Captain Sandy was capable of get a sous-chef from a close-by boat, the meal nonetheless ended up a catastrophe. With no replace on Mathew’s situation, the crew grew to become fearful about discovering a attainable alternative with COVID restrictions requiring a seven-day quarantine.
“The end of the day came around and then I was like, ‘Now what? Like what’s going on?’ Because we hadn’t really heard much. It was not fun,” Katie added in regards to the preliminary introduction to the constitution season.
Katie was additionally not thrilled in regards to the dinner that she needed to provide on the time.
“Obviously it’s not something I want to serve to guests, but like I said, we were in complete survival mode. My mentality at that point was like, at least [they are] getting something to eat as opposed to nothing, because that was going to be the other option,” she informed Us. “I think their reaction to the dinner is totally warranted. If I was on a super yacht and that’s what I got given … Yeah. I’d be pissed too.”
Even although the chief stew struggled with out a chef within the first episode, Katie nonetheless had a pleasing impression of her coworker.
“He’s the kind of guy that grows on you. Like he is so weird and quirky in his own way, but the thing I love about Mathew, like he is who he is, and he will not change for anybody,” she famous.
Below Deck Mediterranean airs on Bravo Mondays at 9 p.m. ET.
With reporting by Mandie DeCamp
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