‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’: Are Georgia Grobler and Chef Adam Clashing?
A preview clip shows stew Georgia Grobler confiding in stew Madison Stalker about a what appears to be an altercation with chef Adam Glick. Grobler isn’t entirely clear about what the disagreement is about, but Glick may have told her how he’d like her to carry the plates out to the guests.
Grobler also reveals that she doesn’t do well with authority figures who try to assert dominance over her either. She shares that she rebelled against the Catholic Church when she was younger and eventually got kicked out.
What’s brewing between Georgia Grobler and Adam Glick?
A preview clip shows Grobler doing room turndowns and sharing that she was frustrated with Glick. Stalker comes into the room to remind Grobler of a few checklist items to remember. “Remember to empty the bins, I know,” Grobler says to Stalker. But Stalker says, “I’m just reiterating.”
That’s when Grobler shares that she’s feeling a little diminished. “I feel as though everyone’s getting off thinking that I’m such a moron,” Grobler says as she makes a twin bed. Stalker quickly says to Grobler that she is not a moron.
That’s when Grobler shares that something happened with Glick. “Well, like Adam. Wanted me to carry two plates at once. Like …” Stalker agrees with her as she grabs a pile of laundry and exits. During the first episode, Grobler shared that she did her stew training using YouTube videos so she is still learning.
She has an issue with authority
Perhaps Glick was directing Grobler to carry plates a certain way and it rubbed Grobler wrong. “I think I have an authority issue,” she says in a confessional. “Back in Catholic school, I didn’t like rules. I kept missing catechism classes, which is like Bible science. As if we needed to hash that out any more.”
She adds, “I got kicked out of the Catholic Church. I just didn’t have time for that s**t. I’m good with everyone until they disrespect me. You know, ‘Respect existence or expect resistance.'” Meanwhile, Glick is busy preparing dinner and has a challenge of his own. “Honestly, I’d be really bummed out if I were a guest on a boat and the primary was a vegan,” he says in a confessional.
Glick grills steak and starts to plate dinner, but he doesn’t seem to be thrilled. “So tonight for dinner, four of my guests will get a juicy, buttery, steak. And everyone else can enjoy their fungus.” Vegan “steaks” are often large portobello mushrooms grilled to perfection. Grobler seemed to take issue with how Glick told her to carry plates but is not serving dinner. Glick carries plates out to the guests, along with Stalker and chief stew Jenna MacGillivray.
So is there true tension between Glick and Grobler? Find out when Below Deck Sailing Yacht airs on Monday night at 9 p.m. / 8 p.m. central on Bravo.