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Below Deck - S03E10

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Captain Lee grills the crew as he tries to find out the cause of the galley fire and the inquiry leads to a contentious dismissal. In a fit of rebellion against Lee's decision, Rocky takes a dramatic, unauthorized dive off the boat leaving her crew-mates shorthanded and angry. With Captain Lee at his wit's end due to the ongoing chaos on the boat, his crew have to band together to create a special 50th birthday celebration for their charter guest, but an angry blow-up between Kate and Rocky could spoil the party. Meanwhile, A familiar face stirs things up when he joins the boat.

Episode Title: What Took You So Long?
Airs: 2015-10-27 at 09:00 PM
  • Rob Owen

    The premiere episode is a fairly entertaining, voyeuristic look at a made-for-reality-TV crew, though it's a toss-up as to who's more obnoxious: the bickering crew or their first guests.

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
  • David Wiegand

    Like so many reality shows, Below Deck takes the idea of disparate types thrown together in a controlled environment and capitalizes on two seemingly inevitable results: Friction and sexual tension.

    San Francisco Chronicle Full Review
  • Emily Yahr

    Certain elements of Below Deck, a listless docu-series that follows the staff of a 164-foot charter boat, seem so scripted--the stereotypical spoiled crew members, the neatly wrapped-up “plotlines”--that it’s hard to take seriously, even in the dubious cable reality show genre.

    Washington Post Full Review
  • David Hinckley

    The dramas, at least up front, feel pretty mundane. Someone thinks the boss is being too strict and picking on her. Someone doesn’t think someone else is carrying enough of the load.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Neil Genzlinger

    The real issue with this series is that the crew members aren’t all that interesting. There are the usual catfights and territorial disputes, as well as some hints that intra-crew sex might happen. But no one really stands out.

    The New York Times Full Review