Below Deck Med Season 8, Episode 9 Recap


Welcome again! It’s time for the Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9 recap! In this week’s episode, known as “Ciao For Now,” the inside workforce misplaced one member, and is likely to be set to lose one other. Captain Sandy has had sufficient of Kyle’s “bullying” conduct, which led to Natalia calling it a day and heading again house to her “f*cked up life.” Even the deck workforce is having issues, as Max – who was lastly hitting his stride – desires to give up! Even chef Jack’s confused, poor man. Here’s every little thing that went down in Below Deck Med Season 8, Episode 9!

“What’s the point in arguing with Satan?”

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9 Recap
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We decide issues up RIGHT the place we left off. Natalya inserted herself in Kyle’s argument with Max, so Kyle has taken it upon his drunken self to let Natalya know every little thing he has ever considered her. He doesn’t need recommendation from somebody who’s clearly struggling in her personal life. “You will NEVER control me,” he slurs in her path. Tumi splits the pair up for the evening, sending Natalya to sleep in the main bedroom.

“You’re a horrible human and a nasty human,” Natalya says as she leaves. In confessional, she provides, “What’s the point in arguing with Satan?” Meanwhile, Kyle interviews that he’s fed up of Natalya “inserting herself” in every little thing. He could have a degree, however he’s additionally responsible of the identical crime. Plus, it’s by no means okay to speak to any individual like that; particularly somebody you as soon as thought of a good friend.

Max later catches Kyle for a chat earlier than mattress. He says he now understands Kyle’s level, which results in a hug, and Kyle blaming the “language barrier.” As Kyle says he and Max “are not the problem,” Max then speaks in confessional about being one of many Teletubbies. It’s an odd reference; this man is tremendous clumsy.

Also in confessional, Tumi notes that “it wasn’t Natalya’s battle to butt into … [but] Kyle’s behavior was totally inexcusable.”

Natalya drops the c-bomb

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9 Recap
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As nearly all of the crew prepare for his or her seashore membership retreat, Natalya and Max resolve to remain behind and catch up later. Lara shaves Jack’s “King Kong” bushy again, and jokes that causes like this are why she’s homosexual.

“I will be fake with you later,” Max says in confessional, explaining his alternative to attend a short while and cleanse the “toxic” power. After the remainder of the crew have left, Natalya tells Max she’s quitting, and Kyle is a “f*cking c***.” She even makes use of what many viewers have known as him in confessional, saying she’s had quite a bit to cope with this season, first with the “Tuminator,” and now with “Vile Kyle.”

At the seashore membership, Haleigh offers the very best line of Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9. “I’m always in the sun but no one’s son’s ever in me.” She’s received a few of that soiled humor that Below Deck Down Under’s chief stew Aesha Scott is so famend for!

When Natalya and Max arrive, Kyle makes a run for the bathrooms. Tumi follows, making an attempt to easy over the state of affairs. She simply desires to get drunk! “I cannot be near or hear her voice,” Kyle whines. Get over your self, Kyle.

Natalya picks a battle with Jessika

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9 Recap
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Jessika has already had her share of Kyle drama this season, so she’s understandably staying out of the chaos between him and Natalya. Unfortunately, Nat’s not glad about that. Overhearing Jessika’s dialog with Max about good vibes and power, she snaps: “Bitch should not be talking about energy right now.” She then launches right into a tirade of how Jess ought to have checked on her, and says in confessional: “She’s actually a bitch and not this good little energy girl she thinks she is.” Way too harsh, Natalya.

“I do feel a little bad for her,” Jessika interviews. “But at the same time she put herself in those situations.” Period dot, Jess! Natalya rings her boyfriend and cries. Her anxiousness ranges have skyrocketed, and there’s no going again. Jack’s upset, as a result of it appears as if “no one really cares” about his good friend.

“Natalya is 100% a short-fuse martyr,” Kyle says in confessional. He regrets some phrases, however he’s not prepared to talk to her simply but. Natalya returns to the yacht, with plans to pack and go away. The remainder of the crew go for drinks, the place Haleigh toasts to “my family away from the people I actually wanna hang out with.” She is on fireplace this episode.

Nobody has Natalya’s again, besides Jack

Upon returning to the yacht, Tumi checks on Natalya. Well, kinda. She pokes her head across the door, and when Natalya confirms she’s quitting, she leaves her alone. Tumi doesn’t wish to mom Natalya, or attempt to power her to stay round, however she might have been somewhat bit kinder on this second.

Kyle then decides 2 a.m. is the proper time to talk to Natalya, regardless of being a “mean girl” on the way in which again to the yacht and saying he would “help her pack.” He tells Natalya the battle “really, really hurts my heart,” as a result of she unfollowed him on Instagram. You can’t make this crap up. Natalya thinks it’s pretend, and she or he’s in all probability proper.

Jessika and Luka have to “be careful”

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Despite warnings from Tumi to “be careful,” Jessika and Luka find yourself making out. That kissing results in spooning in a while within the episode, which inevitably ends in forking. Luka is clearly solely searching for some enjoyable, however I fear Jessika is about to turn into hooked up. She mentioned in confessional that she’s all the time giving her coronary heart away. With Luka exhibiting off a completely new girlfriend on social media – and all of himself on her OnlyFans account – this isn’t gonna finish properly. Please keep associates!

Natalya quits in Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9 Recap
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Well, it lastly occurred. Natalya has reached breaking level. She speaks to Captain Sandy in an emotional one-on-one, explaining every little thing that occurred and the way she’s feeling. “That’s bullying,” Sandy responds. She says she “will never find anyone that’s as excellent as you,” and desires Natalya to really feel “supported in her decision.” But, she’s pissed.

As Natalya says her goodbyes to among the crew, she speaks for one closing time in confessional. “I’m done with Kyle. He’s definitely getting blocked on the old Instagram. That makes it official.”

Captain Sandy fires off a fast textual content asking for a brand new stew, earlier than calling Jack to the bridge. He offers his model of occasions, earlier than Tumi does the identical. The “common denominator” is Kyle. And Sandy’s able to let him have it. What she doesn’t know, is Max can be considering leaving the yacht, and tells Luka precisely that!

Captain Sandy verbally destroys Kyle

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8, Episode 9 Recap
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“I have ears, I have eyes. Every situation that’s happened on this boat, guess who’s the common denominator. Your screaming match with Max, your screaming match with Jess, and your screaming match with Natalya. You are the person that’s always in the screaming matches. What you wanna be – chief stew – I would never bring you back as a chief, ever. You know why? Because you can’t even control your emotions. This is a professional setting, you understand? Your bullying, your screaming; I don’t want a person like you on board.”

That is kind of the mixture of phrases. Kyle’s by no means regarded so shooketh. We do in fact get the ritual, TO BE CONTINUED. But absolutely, Kyle’s performed for? There’s no getting back from that…

Below Deck Mediterranean continues Mondays at 9/8c on Bravo.



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