Colin Macy-O’Toole from Below Mediterranean Deck the series said it went from being a yacht show to a backstabbing show this season.
Macy-O’Toole, who appeared on seasons 3 and 4, gave some insights into the anger and humiliation, which created audience whiplash and ultimately a bit of harassment. Macy-O’Toole gave his opinion and perspective on the shooting of Chief Steward Hannah Ferrier, but also on how he was shot.
He also discussed some of his inside information on Rob Westergaard ‘s deckhand. Westergaard dated third steward Jessica More this season, but courted a hired guest. There was also more jealous of his ban by second steward Aesha Scott.
Since leaving the ship, Westergaard has dated Madison Stalker from Below deck navigation yacht, but Stalker was not the only one contacted.
Colin Macy-O’Toole doesn’t think Hannah Ferrier should be fired
Although Macy-O’Toole missed the show, he doesn’t know if he would have been inspired by the team this season. “If I had been on this season, I don’t think I would have had fun,” he admitted to the Hot Takes & Deep Dives podcast. He said Scott had a tough time whitening with the team this season as well.
Last season was more of a comedy than a drama like this season. Macy-O’Toole says he doesn’t know all the details about Ferrier’s shooting. However, “I don’t know what was edited, I don’t know what it is,” he said. “From what I see on display, I don’t think that’s right. ”
“Yes, that’s psychic,” said Macy-O’Toole. “I’m not becoming special, but I know other people have DM’d. I don’t know if the guy thinks just because he’s a model, or that he’s on a TV show that he can talk to whoever he wants. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the smile smile. Some of the [Below Deck cast members] I told him how urgent it was. I saw some of the text messages. I have seen it all. I know things. ”