‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’: Parker McCown Responds to Getting Dragged on the Show

by Jeremy Spirogis
Parker McCown

Parker McCown from Below Deck Sailing Yacht skilled extra than simply easy rising pains throughout a current episode. He struggled with taking orders but additionally had rather a lot to say when he didn’t agree with how issues had been being run on Parsifal III.

Despite having a critical dialogue about his perspective on the boat with Captain Glenn Shephard he continued to have points. This included being 20 minutes late for anchor watch and changing into overly dramatic when he tried to park the tender when company had been on board. Shephard as soon as once more spoke to McCown about his conduct.

Parker McCown
Parker McCown| Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank by way of Getty Images

Shephard appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen after the episode. Host Andy Cohen requested Shephard for his ideas on McCown as a employee. “Obviously I don’t get to see everything because I’m not everywhere all the time, and there’s a lot of interactions with the different departments,” he stated. “I think Parker’s great. I love Parker. He’s very enthusiastic but he sort of just needs to get on with it. Not speak so much about his issues but just get on with the work he’s directed to do.”

McCown says he was simply there to ‘serve shrimp cocktails’

McCown knew this was going to be a painful episode to look at. The total hour he’s seen getting annoyed with a number of the path he’s given. Then crew members like chief stew Jenna MacGillivray and first mate Paget Berry are seen going to Shephard about his conduct. In multiple occasion McCown is close by and hears the discussions so he knew he was in hassle.

Despite the robust episode, McCown had a fairly good humorousness about what was to come back. “forget what happens in this episode this is exciting,” he tweeted within the first few minutes of the episode. Then he hilariously backed up the tweet with, “coming back to me a little bit now actually.”

But earlier than the episode aired, McCown shared a common feeling many have after they first embark upon actuality tv. “it’s been hard to watch myself on a reality show because i’ve definitely made a lot of mistakes but it’s also been hard to have twitter diagnose my ‘problems’. did i sign up for this? no not really i signed up to serve shrimp cocktails on a boat. a yacht actually but still,” he tweeted in response to a viewer’s query.

At least viewers now perceive the ‘breastfeeding’ remark

McCown joked in regards to the quip made by MacGillivray about how he was nonetheless breastfed by his mom. He even included a humorous Twitter ballot. “do you think it’s funny that i’m still breastfed by my mother?” The responses allowed for “yeah” or “yeah.”

He hinted in regards to the now-infamous comment when Showbiz Cheat Sheet requested him about it when the season launched. “No, I’m not still breastfed by my mother,” he stated. “But that comment definitely stems from a magnificent buildup in the season, and you are just going to have to stay tuned to see what goes down. It’s definitely entertaining.”

Below Deck Sailing Yacht airs Monday at 9/8c on Bravo.

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