‘Below Deck’ Great Gatsby Party Leads To This Unprecedented and Most Explosive Moment This Season

What started as a fun themed dinner with the captain, ended with Captain Lee Rosbach kicking off guests from his Below Deck yacht as a result of dangerous behavior.

Captain Lee Rosbach, Eddie Lucas
Captain Lee Rosbach, Eddie Lucas Virginia Sherwood / Bravo / NBCU / NBCUniversal Photo Bank via Getty Images

While Rosbach has completed another card early, he has not done so while angry about a guest ‘s behavior. The group of designers during program 1, season 1 cut their cart short when a drug stew found it in their cabin. Rosbach turned the boat around and calmly told the guests that he had an intolerance drug policy. They left without incident.

But this time, viewers will see Rosbach’s anger when a chartered guest decides to go for a swim at dinner. Not only does she refuse to get out of the water, but she also mocks Rosbach. Previews show what’s going on until the evening, which should be a fun and playful night on the boat.

Chef Rachel has created an innovative ‘Great Gatsby’ party for the guests

Chef Rachel Hargrove is planning a special dinner for the guests that includes sweet potato tires tot waffles. “I like subject parties,” she explains in a preview clip admit. “But what is Great Gatsby? Is it Leonardo DiCaprio dancing around? ” She smiled. “I don’t know, at least…”

“For me shenanigans is the 20s roar dinner,” she said. “Something different. The bigger the better. And mostly over the top I like it. I mean I would apply for that. ”

The other guests are at the table, worried that Rosbach will no longer be “liked”. At the same time, he goes down to the swimming platform to ask the guest to get out of the water immediately. Her response? “Can I have bacon?” She then reminds her that she is the customer and that she paid for this holiday. “I will not give you what you paid,” he barked back.

Rosbach then returns to the other guests still seated at the table. “I hate to tell you this, but your card is over,” he says. “She’s in the water. She is drunk. And she won’t come out. We’re going back to the dock because I can’t stand this. ”

Below Deck on Monday at 9 / 8c on Bravo.

Scroll to Top