‘Below Deck Med’: How Did ‘June, June, Hannah’ Start?

Previously Below Mediterranean Deck Hannah Ferrier viral mug “I need valium” was the infamous mantra “June, June, Hannah”.

Hannah Ferrier
Hannah Ferrier | Karolina Wojtasik / Bravo

From t-shirts to songs, Below Deck Med fans couldn’t get enough of the phrase they heard consistently for several times. Why did the radio call become a topic for season 4? Crew members communicate via their radio by calling the other member’s name twice and then ending up with their own name. The other team member will normally respond with a “copy.”

However, June Foster ‘s third stew had a problem with her radio, sharing that it didn’t work and she couldn’t hear Ferrier calling it. As a result, Ferrier ended up singing “June, June, Hannah” several times.

Communication is a capture point for Captain Sandy

Ferrier Foster often had to be found because she did not respond to the radio. Foster thought her radio didn’t work and the team even tested it. At one point, Captain Sandy Yawn became so upset that she handed the radio to Foster.

“The radio part bothered me, obviously to the point where she was feeling angry because my pet is a communicator. We cannot work unless we communicate. And if the chief steward has to go find the third stew, that’s a problem, “Yawn told Bravo The daily disc.

Captain Sandy Yawn, Colin Macy-O'Toole, June Foster
Captain Sandy Yawn, Colin Macy-O’Toole, June Foster | Charles Sykes / Bravo / NBCU Photo Bank

“It’s like, okay, the ear may have fallen out of my ear, but leave me alone,” she said. “I don’t need anyone. But yeah, it may have fallen out of my ear a couple of times. And the other times, I didn’t hear anyone. ”

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