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Natalya Scudder Reveals the "Weirdest" Thing She Has Found in a Charter Guest's Suitcase
The Below Deck Mediterranean stew's revelation on WWHL caused Andy Cohen to wince.
In the video you can watch above from Natalya Scudder's September 25 appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, the Below Deck Mediterranean cast member shares what she would do in a tricky situation as a chief stew.
"How would you react if a stew demanded you swap out nights with her because she was tired?" host Andy Cohen prompted Natalya, who stepped in as a temporary chief stew for the first charter of Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8 while Tumi Mhlongo was "stuck in immigration."
"Chief stew always has to be up with the guests," Natalya answered. "But also, if one of the stewardesses are really struggling...like this season I have one that's really tired. I just stayed up longer and I woke up earlier. I made sure they had eight hours [of] rest each and then I would take, like, five."
Speaking of tricky situations, Andy also asked the Australia native about a tidbit of information having to do with charter guests — and you'll never believe what she revealed.
Natayla Scudder reveals the "weirdest" thing she's unpacked from a charter guest's bag
During a game of "You've Yacht to be Kidding Me!," Andy questioned Natalya about the "weirdest item" she discovered while "unpacking a guest's suitcase."
"Inappropriate sexual objects in Ziploc [bags]," Natalya hilariously revealed, causing Andy to shudder a bit. "Okay..." he winced, clearly a little disturbed at the information.
What can fans expect on Below Deck Mediterranean Season 8?
According to a press release, "From outrageous guests to after-hours antics, the boat gets rocked throughout each charter as the crew navigates complicated dynamics and unexpected rifts. In a franchise first, unprecedented staffing changes dominate the season, which tests each department as they struggle to find their sea legs through unforeseen turnover."
Additionally, the massive new vessel brings up various "challenges" for Captain Sandy Yawn's deck crew as they "attempt to navigate the busy industrial port with utmost precision."
"Before they even leave the dock, visa issues tie up two crew members while a department head mismanages important paperwork," the press release continues. "Sandy leans on temporary help for the first charter and an unexpected shake-up results in a change of hierarchy. On deck, the crew is overwhelmed by their workload on the oversized vessel as the interior deals with a clash of personalities. Chef Jack wows the guests with his impressive take on local Italian fare, but things start to sour when communication goes south."