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Below Deck: Rhylee and Ross go at it, Laura is insubordinate

Rhylee Gerber and Ross Inia argue on Below Deck. Pic credit: Bravo

On Bravo’s Below Deck, Rhylee Gerber and Ross Inia are at it again with the fiery redhead doing her best “talk to the hand” routine as he innocently tries to help her.  

In the preview for tonight’s episode Ross walks in on Rhylee lugging a heavy, bulky bag across the room and when she sees him she curtly says, “Just let me do it, I got it.”

According to Ross, it’s like she wants to prove something.

He doesn’t leave so she asks, “What?” and he tells her, “Just stop trying to do too much on your own. If you need help just come get me.”

What follows is a hilarious exchange in which Ross just can’t seem to leave Riley and her big vocabulary well enough alone — and she gets increasingly irate.  

When she tells him, “I don’t,” he sticks his foot in it again saying, “If I’m here to help just let me bleeping help. Just let me know when you need help.”

“I will,” she says, but he can’t help but to reiterate, “You’re trying to do too much on your own.”


Professor Ross says, “You just are, I can see it.”

“Got it,” says Rhylee with a plastered grin on her face and her hand in the air. She says it about five more times before he beats a hasty retreat.

Meanwhile, in the romance department on this week’s episode, Rhylee’s feelings for hunky Tyler Rowland grow stronger while Ashton Pienaar and Laura Betancourt’s relationship is put to the test after a night out in Tahiti. 

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Meanwhile, Kate Chastain deals with Laura’s insubordination, a charter guest with the hots for chef Adrian Martin tries to put the moves on him, and dashing Ashton takes the lead as the crew performs a musical sequence for the guests.

Below Deck airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.

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