Last week’s “Yellowstone” premiere was amazing: John Dutton (Kevin Costner) becomes governor and already hates him, Beth (Kelly Reilly) has Jamie (Wes Bentley) under her thumb, and Monica (Kelsey Asbill) loses her baby. . Accidental car accident.
In episode 3 things are still highly influential, and Difference He’s collected loose ends, burning questions, and key moments from the episode. Read below and “Yee-Haw!” Impress your performances.
- “Yellowstone” is letting them have their favorite targets at the beginning of this episode: the wolves. Canadaof Scientist Don’t worry everyone, the Media It’s causing fear.
- I know this isn’t going to happen, but it would be fun to see Young John Dutton (Josh Lucas) compete against Old John Dutton in some kind of “Back to the Future”-esque episode.
- Beth: Please don’t tell your dad about your first threes! Your family has wild borders, but still!
- It’s very troubling to see these US Fish and Wildlife Service officials around Rip (Cole Hauser). all of them The boss around. I’m not sure they’ll be a real threat though.
- I’m excited that Kais (Luke Grimes) will be able to step into a government role that will bring him closer to his siblings. Let’s put them all together!
- Monica has done so much damage that I’m worried she’ll be cutting vegetables with a sharp knife – she could accidentally put her finger on everything! Maybe part of Casey’s way is to help out more in the kitchen.
- It was an incredibly shameless move for Jamie not to ask the lawyers if they wanted anything to drink and get himself a coffee.
- “By the way, I believe that legal term is battery…” Little King Jamie greeted.
- Jamie, you fall in love with Sarah Atwood (Dawn Olivieri) and take advantage of her, but try not to!
- For a new governor, John certainly has a lot of time to stand around and see the country.
- Major Thomas Rainwater (Gil Birmingham) is an ardent political opponent in Martin Kills Many (Christian Wasana). There always seemed to be more to explore in terms of reserve politics. Looks like we’re heading in that direction.
- “There’s a snake somewhere in this contract, Beth,” Rob (Aaron Lazarus) says in this case. Do I need to suggest? ” She made sure she couldn’t go against him like everyone else.
- Also, the obsession with smoking cigarettes at home in apparently smoke-free places – what a gift. Shine on, you crazy diamond.
- “There is no danger to you.” Love home, but did Dutton ever say that and mean it?
- “I am the raping serpent, but you are not the one biting.” Great home quote alert!
- Let him tear no Organizing a bar trip to the base for the bank? Did you find her, sir?
- Wow, look at the mustache on Rip’s friend at the bar! How long did it take to create that wonderful example?
- Alas, poor woman who thought it was a good idea to hit Rip.
- How bad is a bar fight to get singer Isaac Hoskins (playing himself) to stop playing guitar? Now that’s commitment to your gig!
- What a great final scene, with Beth, unhinged, twisted, and punching Hayley Brewer (Ashley Platz) one last time in front of all the cops.
- As much as I support Beth and Rip, his “Do you know who I am?” The energy on the police makes me lose all sympathy. Enter the dungeon for the night! She’s rich… she’ll be fine, trust me.
- Beth Hailey stretching out to give her a finger in her cuffs is a nice cherry on top.
See you next Sunday night!