Captain Lee Rosbach never holds his back his true feelings about the Below Deck crew, and this season is no exception. The Below Deck boss live tweeted Tuesday night's episode, and you better believe he had some opinions on the Valor yachties.
Let's just say that Captain Lee hasn't been too thrilled with deckhand Chris Brown's attitude so far this season.
He also defended his decision to put Chris on anchor watch, even if it wasn't a completely necessary task.
Captain Lee thought Jen Howell could stand to spend more time thinking about her job and less time worrying about how her hair looks.
In addition to not being too pleased about Bruno Duarte's steering skills when he transported Kate Chastain to another boat, he also called the deckhand out for not helping to entertain the charter guests at the chief stew's request.
However, Captain Lee did have some accolades to hand out while watching Tuesday night's episode. He praised the way Baker Manning recovered from the yacht crash (clip above).
He also found the humor in Kate's "walk of shame" after a night out with "Hot Jesus."
Captain Lee expressed his appreciation for Chef Matt Burns coming out of the galley to help the deck crew.
And as for that reconfiguration of the crew Captain Lee brought up in Tuesday night's episode? Well, all we have to say is keep watching.
We'll see the fate of the Valor crew in Tuesday night's all-new episode of Below Deck at 9/8c. Until then, get a sneak peek of who will be in hot water, below.