I've only seen one episode of Galley Talk but all I could think the whole time was that I really wished this had of been around for last season of the shitshow that was Med.
Galley Talk is amazing! I love seeing all the old crew members. They should’ve called it: Crew Mess tho imo.
I rarely laugh out loud at my t.v. but this show does it for me! It's he best part of my week. They picked the right group of people and paired them up perfectly! Well done Bravo
Finally got around to watching an episode of Galley Talk. For those of us who are the only people in our households who watch BD, it's so nice to watch an episode with sidebars from people thinking what I'm thinking! I love this! I like the crew members they have but I think it'd be even cooler to rotate a few more people through from time to time, like Courtney, Jen, Ben, Joao, etc
I need to rewatch season 6 - his reactions and lethal sense of humor is great.
I don’t care, get him back turn him loose with Rachel in the galley and I’d pay to watch that show!
The new show will welcome back to our screens Kate Chastain (Below Deck Seasons 2-7), Connie Arias (Below Deck Season 3), Kelley Johnson (Below Deck Seasons 2 and 4), Amy Johnson (Below Deck Seasons 2-3), Julia d'Albert Pusey (Below Deck Med Season 1), Josiah Carter (Below Deck Season 6), Anastasia Surmava (Below Deck Med Season 4), Alex Radcliffe (Below Deck Med Season 5), Colin Macy-O'Toole (Below Deck Med Seasons 3-4), and Bobby Giancola (Below Deck Med Seasons 1-2).
Below Deck Galley Talk is on at 7pm Eastern on Bravo
Just trying to get a gauge of how common this issue really is since my 09 G37x just hit 220k km (136k miles).
New to this sub. Can't wait to talk about BD.
in the meantime, Galley Talk is killing me! The reactions of former crew favs to current episodes is hysterical. And I love seeing their interaction with each other. Better than WWHL.
By galleys and junks I just mean ships/water-going vessels of each of their respective cultures. Also, by a comparison I mean what are the strengths and weaknesses of both ship styles and where and how does one have the advantage over the other such as; speed, mobility, armorment, battle worthiness etc. Please note that I'm asking for a comparison, not necessarily who was the absolute best at seafaring/ship building.
I would love to see thie commentary from the group will watching reruns of old seasons. Wouldn't that be a hoot!
I just want to say I finally saw an episode of Galley Talk and everyone was right!
It’s so great seeing all those people and seeing them have fun chatting about the episode.
Run and watch it as fast as you can if you haven’t already!
It also makes me wonder why the didn’t ask Amy back to be chief Stew this season? I know she’s a bit reserved and that doesn’t make fantastic TV, but Francesca is quite the snoozefest.
I’m rewatching season 3. Do you think Kate or Leon was responsible?
This season is such a snooze fest. I’m thinking of skipping the regular episodes & watching purely on Galley Talk - it’s so much more fun than the traditional episodes. Anyone agree?
I wanted to know if it’s okay to wear civilian clothes to the gallery on Great Lakes base in Chicago?
It's listed as "new" at least (7pmEST/6pmCST)
Chasing Graves (The Chasing Graves Trilogy #1) by Ben Galley
[ Overall Thoughts ]
Chasing Graves is a unique story with a unique setting. It has a steady pace and is clearly the first book in a series, doing much of the groundwork of worldbuilding and character setup and then finishing on a cliffhanger. We follow 4 main perspectives: Caltro's in first-person with an engaging character voice, and the others in a close third so we don't miss out on the characters' internal thoughts and motivations. I found the world in particular fascinating--an Egyptian-inspired fantasy world with a cultural emphasis on death and souls. This book is heavy on the worldbuilding, with characters who are on the darker end of the grey spectrum morally, and it didn't progress a plot forward as much as I would normally like, but the smooth writing and interesting worldbuilding kept me reading and happy to do so.
[ The World ]
Araxes is the jewel of the Arctian Empire, and it sits on the edge of a vast desert. Its wealth is held not in gold or jewels, but in souls and their trade. After a person's death, a soul can be bound using a coin and the waters of the Nyxwell. The bearer of the coin can command the bound soul. This world is filled to the brim with ghosts and soulstealers, and the writing evokes the heat of the desert, the crowds of the market, frantic chases, and the mysterious visions of the afterlife with equal talent. If you ever wanted a desert-setting, ghosts, scarab-beetle mounts, mystical rivers, and twisty political knots, this may be the book for you.
[ The Characters ]
Caltro is a master locksmith (read: thief) who has fallen from grace in his homeland. When he gets a job offer from the Cloudpiercer--seat of the government of Araxes--he decides in a last-ditch effort to save his reputation and career to risk travel to the City of a Thousand Souls: Araxes. However, when he disembarks at the docks, he is quickly targeted and murdered by soulstealers, his soul enslaved and sold in the slave markets. He is not entirely likable, but his character voice is engaging, and I enjoyed following him in his attempts to figure out what the hell to do now.
Sisine is the princess of Araxes. Her mother has disappeared and her father has locked himself in a vault in a fit of paranoia, leaving her to run the city based on notes he passes to her through the door. She decides this isn't good enough, and is trying to make the be
Does anybody know if Galley Talk will be on in Canada? I hope we can get it here - it looks so good!!
Let's unite to make this epi a reality! Pretty pleaseeeeeeeeeeee! (Louise style)
Do any airlines that you know of have cameras in the galleys or cabins?
Where can I watch Galley talk online? Or are there anyone that has the episodes on google drive?