“RHONY”'s Jill Zarin Is One Demanding Charter Guest in “Below Deck” Midseason Trailer: 'Make It Better'

While the 'Below Deck' season 11 trailer teases Zarin's cameo as a moment to look forward to, it also highlights some new arrivals on staff, heated arguments and a potential departure of one cast member

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Jill Zarin in the new trailer for "Below Deck" season 11

Jill Zarin is taking her talents to another reality series — but not for long!

On Monday, Bravo unleashed the midseason trailer for Below Deck season 11, which featured a familiar face in the Real Housewives of New York City alum, 60.

Halfway through the trailer — which teases the nine remaining episodes in the season — Zarin is introduced as one of the "original housewives of New York," as well as a charter guest with a few specific questions during a meal.

"This is a buffet," she says in the clip. "It shouldn't be a three-hour meal. Make it better."

After Zarin tells staffers that her "burger's cold," the trailer then cuts to a clip of Chef Anthony Iracane asking for a translator.

"Because I have no idea what the f--- is going on right now," he says.

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While the trailer teases Zarin's cameo as a moment to look forward to this season, it also highlights some new arrivals on staff, heated arguments and even some impromptu dance routines.

The early look at the remainder of the season begins with Captain Kerry Titheradge reflecting on the "ups and downs" of season 11. "It wouldn't be yachting if we didn't [have them]," he says. "We don't do this because it's easy. Easy s--- is on the shore."

The trailer later cuts to a tense moment between stew Barbie Pascual and chief stew Fraser Olender, an in-car argument between cast members, and a few silly moments that could've made the blooper reel.

Eventually, the preview teases a new stew coming on board, as well as deckhand Kyle Stillie and Barbie's flirtatious relationship getting some air time as they're shown embracing each other.

"I really like Kyle," she says in the trailer. "It's just like a fun, flirtatious... whatever."

Unfortunately for the crew, the season may not end on a positive note for everyone, as the trailer also teases the potential departure of one unnamed cast member. "I've done everything I can for you to succeed," Titheradge can be heard saying in the clip to an employee. "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."

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While the trailer ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, both Titheradge and Olender shared some insight into Zarin's Below Deck appearance during a conversation with US Weekly last month.

“She’s sweet. She’s very lovely and very funny — but demanding,” Olender said. “[But] all guests are demanding. They’re charter guests and they’ve got their preferences and sometimes they can be frustrating.”

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Still, he added that the cast "had a wonderful time and we had that amazing beach picnic," while Titheradge called her an "honorary" crew member. When asked about her specific preferences while on board, Olender brought up the RHONY alum's ice requests.

“It’s going to be the ice," he said. "She didn’t like any of the ice apart from a specific one. From a specific freezer. So we had to have a specific ice box that kind of followed wherever she went. I love it. If that’s the biggest concern, then we should [be good].”

Below Deck airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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