Andrew Was Fired from 'Below Deck' But He'll Be Just Fine Because He Apparently Has Nine Lives

This guy had a rough go of things on Bravo's undercover hit. You know, because Below Deck star Andrew lied about his experience working on boats, endangered everybody's lives, and became completely overwhelmed by his own scheme. I don't think anyone, including himself, was surprised when Captain Lee passed him one of those one-way tickets back home he's always yammering on about. But you might be more surprised to find that Andrew is the kind of guy who continues to land on his feet; for example, he was hired on another boat right after being fired from Ohana... and then Andrew was fired from that boat too.

Some may consider him the worst, but against all odds, it looks like Andrew still has a few friends on board Ohana, a blooming career in modeling and acting, and a pretty go-getter attitude, beneath the more obvious lying and cheating attitude. He's going to be just fine. (Probably.)

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It looks like he could get another yachting job

Even though Andrew has been fired from two yachting jobs, and doesn’t seem to know the difference between “port” and “starboard” — that’s left and right, bud — he still has job offers coming in. Classic Harbor Line yacht cruises tweeted Andrew to say he was ”welcome to come crew” on their yachts because the guests clearly loved him. It’s all about networking, I guess.

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Kat still likes him

Kat, basically Below Deck’s mascot, isn’t a total Andrew-hater like some of her crew mates. She even gave the guy a ringing endorsement on Twitter! After a viewer expressed that she actually felt a little bad for Andrew, Kat tweeted her, ”he’s a trooper he can handle it, and with those looks he will be just fine !!” He is, at least, a trooper.

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Kelly apparently came around on him

Kelley is the absolute last Ohana crew member I would have expected to come around to Andrew, but it seems the two have retained a friendship after Andrew’s firing. The picture above is from Kelley’s Instagram of the two pals living the #yachtlife. Kelley has stuck up for Andrew as a person (not a deckhand) all over Twitter, even tweeting Andrew, ”You know you can always reach out to me in the industry if you need a reference bud!” Kelley… what would you tell them?

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He's always got the job where he, you know, has experience

Andrew may not be a great deckhand, but he’s still got his looks and… talent? The guy is a pretty successful model, at least the Philippines think so, and is currently starring in a web series called Three, where he plays a man dating two best friends. Seems plausible.

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There's still philanthropy

It’s easy to not like Andrew after his showing on Below Deck, but it’s hard to get his spirits down. After being nominated by fellow Ohana-er Amy, Andrew took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and because I guess he was feeling particularly bold, challenged Captain Lee to get in on the giving, as well. Never change, Andrew. (Except the next time you get a yachting job; you should probably change then.)

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