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The Daily Dish Below Deck

Captain Kerry Titheradge Threatens Another Firing If the Crew Keeps "F-cking Up"

See what has chief stew Fraser Olander just as worried as Captain Kerry: "Something needs to change or we're not gonna make it to the end of this trip."

By Allison Crist

Captain Kerry Titheradge recently made the difficult decision to fire Jared Woodin, but it turns out that he's already considering letting another crew member go.

Who did Captain Kerry Titheradge threaten to fire on Below Deck Season 11, Episode 11?

Captain Kerry gave chef Anthony Iracane a stern warning on the April 15 episode before adding in a confessional interview, "Anthony, you've done this to yourself. If you keep f-cking up, I'm gonna make a change." 

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Why did Captain Kerry Titheradge threaten to fire chef Anthony?

Anthony was already on thin ice after the previous charter saw Anthony serve what Kerry described as "the worst dinner service" of the season. Then, on Episode 11, Anthony's problems in the kitchen persisted.

Said problems with the newest group of charter guests began during their first meal of mahi-mahi fish tacos. Anthony, more specifically, forgot to come up with an alternative dish for Tiphanie, a friend of the primary, who noted that she doesn't eat fish on her preference sheet. 

"F-ck," the chef said in a confessional upon realizing his mistake. He then proceeded to make Tiphanie a Caesar salad, but as Chief Stew Fraser Olender later pointed out, the guest also didn't eat vegetables. 

Chef Anthony Iracane in the St. David yacht galley.

"How any times do I have to say read the preference sheet? She doesn't like seafood, don't give her seafood," he said in a confessional, before telling Anthony, "Let's just stay away from stuff, you know? Let's make sure we don't do what we did the last time around just because of one person."

Captain Kerry wearing a blue shirt on the yacht.

Things only got worse during dinner, though. 

Is chef Anthony going to be fired?

As Anthony struggled to gauge guests' likes and dislikes as well as keep up in between courses at dinner, Fraser grew increasingly frustrated with him. "I think chef is just trying to stay afloat and listen, I think he's phenomenal, I think his food is brilliant. I know he's got it, but I don't know if he can pull it out at this stage," the chief stew said in a confessional. "It's really tricky."

Ultimately, Fraser wasn't confident in Anthony's future aboard St. David.

"I feel like chef is starting to realize that this is too much for him and it seems as though he's giving up," Fraser said. "It's not good. It's really not good. Something needs to change or we're not gonna make it to the end of this trip."

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