We begin this episode in Split at Fabrique where Hannah and Adam have left the bar to return to the boat to call it a night. Malia is irritated that those two former mortal enemies may literally be in bed together now. Bugsy tells Malia to just go make out with Wes. Everyone is wasted and making bad decisions. Especially Wes who is all too eager to make out with Malia despite her duplicitous ways. Hannah is falling down drunk and almost goes in to the water between the yacht and the dock. Adam seem to be the more sober of these two, but he is still drunk enough to think palling around with Hannah is a good idea. Or not. Once they get in the boat, and the rest of the crowd struggles in, Hannah wants to hook up with Adam and Adam shuts her down. He says he wants to put her to bed, not take her to bed.
Hannah takes a hard fall off a kitchen cabinet onto the floor head first. Now I am afraid for her to go to bed, she may have a concussion. But drunk Wes picks her up and walks her to her bunk. Meanwhile, Malia wants to talk to Adam because she cannot stand that Adam and Hannah hung out all night. Adam blows Malia off as well, sending her ping ponging right back to drunk Wes who hugs her tight. After they make out, everyone goes to bed. Wes crawls in Malia’s top bunk and they start having sex. Bugsy, leaves the bottom bunk to sleep in the crew mess hall. Bobby, who is still butthurt over Malia’s minor promotion goes to yell at them for throwing Bugs out of her bed. Wes leaves before his clothes came off and goes back to his room that he shares with Adam.
And that was just the first five minutes.
The next morning, Bugsy complains to Captain Sandy that Hannah hasn’t been pulling her weight all season. Case in point, Hannah is still in bed and Bugsy has been working all morning.
The primary charter guest is another returnee, Jerry. Jerry likes to drink a lot and likes late night milkshakes. There will be a total of two guys and six women. It’s the last charter of the season.
Before the guests arrive, Bugsy does what Captain Sandy suggested and has a talk with Hannah. She starts out well and then just blurts out that she thinks Hannah is a lousy stew. That may be true but this sort of confrontation will do nothing to encourage Hannah to start doing her job. She says the Hannah was not pulling pull her weight. Bugsy feels like they are not working as a team. Hannah says that is because Bugsy violated her trust by reading the primary guest tablet. I know I am in the minority here but I saw no problem with Bugsy reading the tablet she heard bleeping when Bugsy was cleaning the primary cabin while Hannah was somewhere covertly texting with the charter guest she banged the night before. She certainly had to see why it was still on and why messages were coming in long after the guest had departed. Hannah lies about hooking up with the guest. Then Hannah goes to tell Captain Sandy that Bugsy feels like she is doing all the work, so Hannah would like to be allowed to go back on night shift. Captain Sandy thinks Hannah is just the best chief stew ever for coming up with this plan. Oh Sandy. Really?
Next we are supposed to believe that Bobby just so happens to have matched on Tinder with a charter guest who is coming on board. Based solely on a couple of her photos, I’m going to guess she’s a yacht girl. Hah! Soon Hannah confirms that the six girls with the two older guys are in fact yacht girls. I remember these guys from last time. They were dirtbags.
While the charter guests to what yacht girls do with old men, Adam mopes about Malia. He spills his feelings to Malia and explains they had been texting about their future together the entire charter. In between Malia’s romps with Wes of course.
Bobby is introduced to Yacht Girl #6 at dinner as his “Tinder Match.” Ridiculous. Bugsy is disgusted that Bobby is texting with Yacht Girl #6. The next day, Bobby takes #6 on a jetski ride, where they make out.
Adam goes to show Wes the texts between him and Malia. To be Continued…
Next week is the season finale. Things don’t end well for Malia and Wes.