Chief stew Katie Flood said it took a while to figure it out below deck mediterranean Season 6 crew because work and filming were very chaotic.
“It’s very tough in that environment because from the time we started filming, we don’t know anything about anybody or anything about the boat,” he said during an Instagram live chat. TMRW today. “Like, we don’t know anything. So what you see is what you get on camera. Those initial reactions. And because it’s so over the head. Like we’re thrown straight into the deep end and then the next day we charter There are.
“So you say ‘Hi, goodbye!’ are like” she added about meeting the crew members. “But I mean it’s like anything. Normal first impressions. Everyone’s on their best behavior. But yeah, I definitely got a good vibe. But I guess it really took a few days. And Certainly, after the first crew night out to really settle down and really see where everyone is.”
Flood said that his biggest challenge as Chief Stew was managing people’s emotions. “As I think people don’t understand that in this industry, it’s not like you’re just showing up to work and you’re a professional,” she remarked. “Like we live together. We work together, we do everything together. So it all becomes one and that’s definitely the hardest part. And I think people are definitely looking forward to this season I’ll see it for me.”
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With whom did he bond the most among the cast? “It’s tough,” Flood said of choosing one person. “I mean, you guys definitely see that we all had a really close relationship. Like me and Courtney [Veale] Got along so well. Honestly, it was like one of those things. As we always said we are soul sisters. We just met each other. I got on really well with Malia [White] Too. We had a really good relationship. But honestly, like most of them, we all just messed up for some reason or the other and it worked. ”
Flood also said that he had a good working relationship with Captain Sandy Yawn. “As if I had a really good relationship with Sandy,” she said. “You know, everyone says we should have done things differently, especially when it comes to Captain Sandy and my relationship.”
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“But for me, he pushes me when I feel like I need to push,” Flood recalled. “And it was a nice learning curve for me. So she was my teacher. And did I agree with some of her decisions? No. Did she agree with some of my things? Maybe not. But it’s the same. Just like you do on your own.” learn from the leader and in this position she’s my boss, she’s above me. So she goes what she says. And even though there are some things I wasn’t happy about, like it definitely makes you a better person And, you know, she’s a sympathizer like she’s caring. She’s nice. Yeah, that was probably one of the biggest things I learned from her.”
Flood also said that it wasn’t even his call to fire Lexi Wilson. “She is the captain of the vessel and I respect her,” Flood said during an Instagram Story Q&A. “So whatever she says she goes. So I tried my best to find a way to deal with Lexie’s situation. And do what I was asked. As you all see it was hard but that’s how you grow.” Huh.”