In another movement Yellowstone moment, Rip released the wild horse that John wanted him to sell after struggling to find a buyer. The horse resisted too hard for John, but not enough for potential interests. In the end, Rip released him, and as he did, tears unexpectedly welled up in my eyes. As the horse ran out and then turned around as if to say “thank you” to Rip amidst the beautiful backdrop of YellowstoneThe great setting and the booming theme music, I was an asshole. It’s the type of moment you won’t see any other show slow down and take your time, and that’s what makes the Paramount Network series so unique. thank you, Yellowstone.