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The Daily Dish Below Deck

According to the Stews, This Is the One Thing Charter Guests Should "Never" Do

Below Deck's Alissa Humber and Below Deck Mediterranean's Kyle Viljoen were in complete agreement on one particularly cringe-worthy guest habit. 

By Abby Feiner
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On the February 6 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Alissa Humber and Kyle Viljoen came together to talk all things Below Deck. Although they didn't necessarily see eye-to-eye on every topic that was discussed, the stews were in complete agreement about shutting down one especially cringe-worthy guest habit. 

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During a game of "Which makes more waves?" Alissa, who is a stew on the current season of Below Deck, and Kyle, who was a stew on Season 7 of Below Deck Mediterranean, were shown two guest scenarios and asked to decide "which one blows harder." 

When Andy asked, "Which makes more waves: guests who go down to the galley to challenge a chef's menu or picky guests who send back food?" Alissa immediately responded, "Never go down to the galley, please," to which Kyle, who currently appears on Below Deck Galley Talk Season 4, said he "agreed." 

They were also on the same page when choosing between "having to steam a guest's entire wardrobe" or "guests yelling for their food" (they both chose the latter as the worse option), and claiming that "being forced to do a talent show for the guests' amusement" was worse than "being forced to strip down for the guests' amusement." 

However, they did have some differing perspectives. When asked to compare "guests staying up until four in the morning," or beach picnics, Alissa said she had the bigger problem with the picnics, while Kyle took issue with guests staying up late, because, as he put it, "I ain't got the energy." Additionally, Alissa felt dealing with guests who had "a ton of food restrictions on their preference sheet" is worse than those who "demand food after the chef has gone to bed," Kyle had the opposite opinion, explaining, "I can't handle having to make that crap after, to be honest." 

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