'Below Deck' Season 10: Katie Glaser Says It's Not "Fair" to Compare Alissa and Camille (EXCLUSIVE)

Chrissy Bobic - Author

Feb. 21 2023, Updated 1:20 p.m. ET

Season 10 of Below Deck hasn't been a walk in the park for pretty much anyone. But that goes double for stew Alissa Humber. Throughout the season, Alissa and Captain Sandy Yawn have butted heads. In the Feb. 13 episode of the hit Bravo series, Alissa landed in rough waters when she referred to her superior by her first name rather than her appropriate title.

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After Captain Sandy let Camille Lamb go earlier in the season, fans couldn't help but wonder if Alissa was going to be employed for the entire six-week trip. Well, it seems Captain Sandy reached her breaking point with the second stew.

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Was Alissa fired on 'Below Deck'?

Although Captain Sandy didn't fire Alissa in the Feb. 13 episode, the 57-year-old Below Deck star couldn't take her crew member's "insubordination" any longer and sent her packing on the Feb. 20 episode of the series.

“Yesterday was the [last] straw for me," Captain Sandy tells Alissa. "Your insubordination and lack of respect is insurmountable."

“Alissa, when you said, ‘Yes Sandy, I mean Captain Sandy,’ that was a f--k you to my face. No matter what job you work in, respect for hierarchy is a must," she continues. "I am letting you go.”

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In an exclusive interview with Distractify ahead of the Feb. 20 episode, deckhand Katie Glaser talked about Alissa's relationship with Captain Sandy and teased her eventual termination.

"I don't get to see, you know ... every single time I saw her, she was working," Katie said. "But I think in general, if you have an attitude towards your superior, captain, boss, anything, it's not going to work out really well."

"So I think that a big part is [that] her tone isn't really helping her out," she added.

As for the comparisons being made between Camilla and Alissa, Katie told us that she doesn't think "it's a fair" one. Camille was let go on Below Deck in Season 10 for similar reasons that put Alissa in danger of being let go now. It all stemmed from Camille slacking off on the job. Alissa was accused of the same behavior. Or, really, lack of behavior.

"They both have their strengths and weaknesses," Katie continued. "I don't think that's a fair comparison."

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With several bombshell terminations, a boatmance, and another new crew member, Katie promises that more OMG moments will arise in Season 10.

"[I think that] adding another crew member that knows somebody else on the crew is a great twist," she said. "Again, I think there's definitely still more to come."

Watch Below Deck on Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.

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