Season 4, Episode 6 – [Spoiler] Stabbed / Who Comes Back – .

Season 4, Episode 6 – [Spoiler] Stabbed / Who Comes Back – .

Can you bruise just from watching a fight ? Because we’re pretty sure Sunday is particularly brutal Yellowstone left us black and blue. In other words, “I want to be him” brought the animosity between Lloyd and Walker not to one but two shocking crescendos. (As if that weren’t enough!) On top of that, Jamie tearfully passed what appeared to be the point of no return, and the dormitory occupation became much less pure. What what? Continue reading …

“YOU SHOULD TEST FOR CHLAMYDIA, YOU F — KING HIPPIE” | At the start of the episode, Beth told Rip that she wanted him to take her on a mysterious horseback ride. Mmkay. From there, worried that John hadn’t answered her calls, she hurried over to the main house, where she found Summer wearing a shirt and… uh, not much else. As John walked into the kitchen, Beth was brandishing a knife and Summer, a… well, she was brandishing a quart of milk. (Effective, I guess, if Beth is super lactose intolerant.) “Here’s a situation I couldn’t have imagined in a month of Sundays,” John snapped. As you might expect, Beth was extremely welcoming to her father’s night guest. “Dad, if you’re going to hire a prostitute,” she snapped, “could you please let me find you a good one?” Summer gave as well as she got, hissing at Beth, “I hope you didn’t pay a heavy price for that titty job.” But, of course, Beth had to have the last laugh. “In fact, God gave me these for free. Looks like he gave me yours too. Needless to say, Beth wasn’t about to miss breakfast with the woman John had insisted he only gave a shirt after they had stayed awake too late to speak. “I hope you find a therapist who can help you,” Summer said as she parted. “I hope you die of ass cancer,” Beth replied. “And,” Summer concluded, “the cowboy fantasy is officially over. “

At Jamie’s ranch, things were just marginally less loaded. He didn’t just confront his father about ordering the beatings on the Duttons, he did so at gunpoint. (No milk available?) Shoot if you want, Garrett said. It would be murder, sure, but damn it, we all know ‘this won’t be the first you cover’. Point: Dad. From there, Dad brilliantly played mind games with Jamie, suggesting he had given him the strength to have his own place. And then Garrett would make sure Christina and their child were part of the package. Come on, “you gonna tell me you’re gonna miss” John? Garrett asked. God knows there was no way Jamie would miss Beth. “I would miss my brother,” said Jamie. And other than that, uh, what about good or bad? “There is nothing right or wrong,” Garrett said with a certainty that would have been difficult to argue with. “There is nothing fair or moral. These are words men invented to scare and shame other men for taking back what they have stolen. John Dutton used you, just like he used all of his children… so no one is taking back what he stole. So if Jamie was expecting a mea culpa, he was out of luck. Damn, Garrett tried to kill the Duttons. “And I will keep trying until I am successful.” This is how much I love you. Hearing this, poor broken Jamie hugged Garrett, sobbing through steps he could never take.

“DO YOU WANT TO BE CALLED A PERSON?” “ | In other developments, Kayce fell in love with the ranch that Monica had found for them and Tate when he saw how quickly their son bonded with the hanging out wanderer. What should they call the dog, however? It was Dog for now, but it wouldn’t do in the long run; there is already a dog on The walking dead, after all. Soon Kayce was distracted by Rainwater’s call to investigate the theft of 18 horses from a ranch on the reserve. When he asked to interview the family who owned the place, who should be among them but – dun-dun-dun! – Avery. Everyone had wondered what had become of her, Kayce told her. “I don’t believe in farewell,” she replied. “When it’s time to go, I go. »Hello, sparks are flying – a fact that not go unnoticed by Monica, who joked that if Avery had been a Yellowstone wrangler, she would have been a “pretty handsome wrangler.” Rather beautiful? Ah, said Tate. “She was a hot tamale. Later, Monica couldn’t even sleep for thinking “about your little bitch in a tank top,” she told Kayce. So he turned around and proved to her that “you are mine”.

Back in Yellowstone, Lloyd and Carter continued to bond – until the boy asked why the old man was in the barn, not the dormitory. “No room for outcasts like us in the dorm,” Lloyd said. Um, Carter wasn’t an outcast, he insisted. He had told Beth he was sorry. Do it better, said Lloyd. Take your own advice, Carter replied. “I didn’t say sorry,” Lloyd clarified before making the mistake of heading to the dorm, where he smashed Walker’s guitar and stabbed his young rival. “Call the vet! Of course, at this pivotal moment, Mia left. “F — k this place,” she said. Ugh. Please don’t let her catch up with Jimmy in Texas! As all hell broke loose, Beth revealed to Rip that she wanted them to go to “the place where you make me your wife.” Somewhere cool. Not a barn or a swimming hole or the river. These places, they’re polluted with a thousand fucking memories. She was looking for a place where nothing had happened until they did. He would take her there tomorrow, he promised… just as Lloyd was brought to him in handcuffs. Back in the dorm, good God, there was at least one vet present, but it was Laramie who tore Walker’s blade! How are you? she asked. “It’s just another Monday. (It’s a little hard not to like Walker, isn’t it? He’s all morons, but he’s a funny one.)

‘JUST COWBOY S — T, BABY’ | Informed of the situation, John was furious with Lloyd, of all people, for breaking the rules. He had also had them so far with women in the dormitory. Tomorrow morning he wanted them all to go. Same seesaw? She hadn’t done anything, Rip protested. Yeah, all of them, says John. (Hey, at least maybe now Jennifer Landon will get a role where she gets more than two scrambled lines a week.) As for Walker and Lloyd, they had to fight until they ran out of fights. . Hard to watch, it was – so of course Rip made Carter a witness to the whole shebang. “The only painless way to learn this lesson,” said Rip, “is to watch it. »And the punches of the guys were quite believed. When John finally showed up to check in, Rip told him, “Walker was over an hour ago. Lloyd has no surrender in him. So John stepped in to finish him off, lest the hands of the ranch would all hate Rip. “It’s my job – I’m going to do it,” Rip insisted, despite how it tore him apart to hit Lloyd, the last man (almost, sort of) standing. Finally, Walker and Lloyd agreed that they were done bickering. As for Carter, he had a new idol. “I know what I want to be when I grow up,” he said, looking at John. ” Him. Isn’t that the case, kid?

Back at Jamie’s office, he met Market Equities’ new big guy – much to his horror, Beth. He immediately guessed that she would ruin whatever he was working for, and she was like, “Well, duh. Meanwhile, in Texas, Jimmy led a lonely life in what looked like a basement. And although the horse he was riding was reluctant to be broken, he continued to be put back on. “Well, you don’t ride too well,” her boss noted, “but you’re not complaining about that either. The boss’s advice? Learn to rope. So Jimmy, suffering as he was from a hard day in the saddle with a barely healed back, set about doing just that. Oh, where was Lloyd when Jimmy needed him? And what did you think of “I want to be him”? Can Walker and Lloyd Really Coexist? Is this the last of Teeter and Laramie? How sorry is Jamie going to be that he didn’t shoot Garrett? Hit the comments with your thoughts / predictions / fears.


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