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Below Deck’s Alissa Humber Speaks Out After Calling Captain Sandy *That* Word

The stew revealed whether or not she regrets insulting Captain Sandy during an appearance on WWHL.

By Allison Crist

Below Deck’s Alissa Humber had some not-so-nice words for Captain Sandy Yawn on the all-new episode that aired Monday, February 6. However, now that some time has passed since those heated moments — which saw the stew call the captain “a bitch,” among other things — Alissa admitted she would take back the insults if she could.

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The confession came when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen after the episode aired. In addition to admitting she regrets the comments, Alissa gave an update on where she stands with Captain Sandy today.

“[The] status is no status,” she said. “Last time we checked up, she was just my captain and now she’s just my ex-captain. But yeah, no, I think about her often, and honestly, she taught me some very hard lessons that nobody’s been able to teach me in my 22 years before the show. And I’m grateful for her.”

As for Captain Sandy’s thoughts on the matter, fans got to hear her response to Alissa’s deck crew comment during the episode, because unbeknownst to Alissa, the captain could actually hear her talking at the time. “You know, your voice carries,” Captain Sandy said in a confessional. “For me as a captain, I just rise above it, but if it’s a constant problem, then I will eliminate that problem.”

She means it too — and she has already had to follow through with it once this season when she fired Camille Lamb. Unlike Alissa, Captain Sandy has no regrets when she looks back.

Captain Sandy Yawn Lets Camille Lamb Go: "I Have a Charter to Run"

“I stand by it,” Captain Sandy said of the firing in a recent interview with E! News. “First and foremost, I don’t fire people unless I have the facts, and, secondly, I don’t fire people out of favoritism or non-favoritism. I fire people because if they’re the one singular thing where everything else is evolving around them, that’s the problem I have to eliminate.”

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