VIDEO: See Below Deck Midseason Trailer as “Demanding” Jill Zarin Comes in Hot! Plus Captain Kerry is Pissed, Barbie and Fraser Fight and a Crew Member Exits the Boat

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VIDEO: See Below Deck Midseason Trailer as “Demanding” Jill Zarin Comes in Hot! Plus Captain Kerry is Pissed, Barbie and Fraser Fight and a Crew Member Exits the Boat

This season of Below Deck is in full swing, and it seems things might get even more dramatic for the crew. Real Housewives of New York fans have been awaiting Jill Zarin‘s appearance on the show, and now it’s almost here. Not only does she show up in the midseason trailer for season 11, but so does a new stew, and it looks like someone may be leaving.

This is also Captain Kerry‘s first season on the show, and he replaced Captain Lee. So far, fans seem to like the new captain on the show.

The trailer starts with the captain discussing the ups and downs of the season and saying, “It wouldn’t be yachting if we didn’t. We don’t do this because it’s easy. Easy s**t is on the shore.”

From there, it shows the cast going through difficult times on the ship and how they cope with stress. It also shows breakdowns between the crew members. This includes a fight between Barbie and Fraser

The Below Deck trailer also shows the flirty relationship between Barbie and Kyle. Barbie can be heard saying, “I really like Kyle. It’s just like a fun, flirtatious… whatever.”

The part of the trailer many people were waiting for comes about halfway through when Jill first shows up. In true Jill fashion, she seems demanding but kind.

Jill can be heard saying, “This is a buffet. It shouldn’t be a three-hour meal. Make it better.”

She then tells one of the crew members that her burger is cold.

Captain Kerry had previously discussed Jill’s appearance on the show and called her an honorary crew member.

The real drama of the season seems to come when Captain Kerry seemingly has to let someone go. He says, “I’ve done everything I can for you to succeed. The issue is you are not thriving. If you’re not all-encompassing, adding value to the rest of the crew, I can’t have you here.”

Below Deck airs on Mondays on Bravo.

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