A down-deck stew Captain Sandy Yawn has launched, the Camel Lamb, is for wild parties
Bellow Dick Camellia Lamb Soup is fired by Captain Sandy Yawn in the final episode after wild parties that keep her away from her duties.
Under Deck fans bid farewell to Camille Lamb after she landed the boot on Monday night’s episode of the Bravo reality series.
Camille is fired by temporary captain Sandy Yawn after she gets drunk on the job and has a night of partying before the big day.
Her firing came after an intense fight she had with another bishop, Alyssa Humber.
“I don’t know how many more chances I can give,” frustrated boss Stew Fraser-Olender said in a confession interview after he was forced to call out Camille’s behavior, via And! News.
FIRE FIRE: Stu Camille Lamb is out on Belleau Deck after being kicked out of St. David by Captain Sandy Yawn on Monday’s episode of the Bravo reality series
Even though he was willing to call Camille out, Frasier admitted he was still fond of her.
I have hope in people, nobody ever believed in me, and I turned things around myself. So I feel like I can see a little bit of that in everyone. So I will always give another chance.
But Camille seemed to disrespect her co-workers when she relaxed with a big drink even as the rest of the crew toiled to get the ship ready the day before a new charter.
“You don’t drink on the job, Camille,” said Frasier, facing her. Come on baby, it’s not a holiday. silly.’
Indulgence: Captain Sandy fired Camille after she got drunk on duty while not completing her work to prepare for the next day’s charter; Seen January 12th in New York City
Bad timing: Camille was also on thin ice after she got into a shouting match with teammate Alyssa Humber earlier in the season, making the guests who witnessed her uncomfortable.
The “pint-sized glass of champagne” was the last straw when it came to Camille’s future on the ship, with Fraser adding that it “just shows there’s no interest or desire to do the job.”
To make matters worse, St. David’s Cottages had not been properly outfitted, yet Camille still felt she had time to take it up.
It appears she was preparing to fail on the day of the charter as well, as she continued to drink and party in her cabin late into the night, suggesting that she would likely not be properly prepared the next day.
“I like the girl, but she just doesn’t do the job,” said an exasperated Frasier.
When he talks to Captain Sandy about Camille’s behaviour, she is in agreement that the soup has become a distraction for St. David.
“I’m sick of hearing about Camille,” the caption complained. It’s the common denominator in all of this. Great girl, great personality, but at the same time, we have to do better for the boat.
Unprepared: Chief Stew Fraser Olender caught Camille drinking, then noticed she shared her room late the night before the charter began
Camille can’t seem to see her overthrow coming before she is called to the bridge until Captain Sandy gives her walking papers.
‘Oh my God, no! Really?’ She said after hearing the news.
“I’m going to let you go this morning,” Sandy continued.
Camille is already on thin ice after Captain Sandy has to unplug her and cook Alyssa Humber after the two start yelling at each other in front of uncomfortable guests who are renting the boat.
“This could never happen on a boat I run,” Sandy said, confronting Camille over a meal after the confrontation. “You will both be fired if this happens again.”
Finally: “I’ll let you go this morning,” Captain Sandy told her after being called to St. David’s Bridge. She had previously threatened to fire her because of her fight with Alyssa