Though I originally pointed Garrett Randall out we may be too early in the season for the writers of the Yellowstone show to give up the golden goose.Here I was thinking Garrett Randall ordered the hit on the Dutton family so that Jamie would inherit Yellowstone and the two of them run it.
Agree on your take here....This episode was a mess for me and a rare miss by the writers. It was preachy and bringing in the "toxic male white man" shit felt so out of place for this show, that has generally done so well staying away from it. The Lloyd storyline is already growing old. Monica and Tate are throwaway characters at this point and are just floating around.
Not sure where the Summer storyline will actually go but I hope they do something worthwhile with it.
I can see that take as well. See what happens with her storyline here as well.AND to complete my Monday bitching, and I'm going to be the ONLY one to say this, but Beth's "I'm a bad bitch all the time" thing is starting to get old for me. It was great for most of the time but now she is starting to lack depth for me. She cant be a **** in every scene.
Buster Welch is cutting horse royalty. Very very cool cameo.I will say I did enjoy that small scene we got w/ those 2 old geezers when Jimmy wakes up from sleeping on that bench. I knew the one guy had to be SOMEONE, but as I am not versed in "that cowboy life" I didn't know. But he most certainly is someone.
Yellowstone fans have been left awestruck by a cameo in season 4's fifth episode as we were introduced to the legendary Buster Welch.www.hitc.com
AND Barry Corbin!! Who played Ellis in No Country for Old Men. God his speech at the end of that movie is just legendary. "Whatchu got aint nuthin new. This countries hard on people. Can't stop whats comin...." Now I need to watch that movie again.........and I just did like a few weeks ago.
Yeah, with Jimmy gone I dont know why they havent sent them packing already.... Literally all they are doing is dividing the bunkhouse and adding no real value to the ranch....The last two episodes weren’t the greatest. There’s too many storylines that they’re trying to play out.
-I dislike how they’re making Lloyd out to be a jealous bitch. The barrel racers bring nothing to the show. Send them packing.
-They haven’t used Mo enough this season. I enjoy his character.
-Beth is becoming way too predictable.
-The 6666 ranch aspect is too slow. All Jimmy has done is sit around. I’m guessing this storyline is being setup for a spin-off down the road.
I agree. I think she's being set up and will have to do some "heroic family thing" to get herself out of it. Or Rip goes and kills them all.I think Beth's story is about to become very troublesome to her father and the Yellowstone. I have a feeling her new job is going to have her manipulated and blackmailed to work against her father. They already made it clear they would have the SEC look into insider trading and manipulation. The whole family has a history and past that can come back to haunt them at any time.
Seriously, why are they still there? I can't even remember, are they being paid or just hanging out? I thought they were just hanging out temporarily because of walker and jimmy, but jimmy is gone and this is a long time for the blonde one to stick around.The barrel racers bring nothing to the show. Send them packing.