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  • - What's up?

  • Are we already?

  • We're rolling, better stop talking about

  • all my emotional trauma.

  • This could be like a Dr. Drew, you know what I mean?

  • Where you call in and talk about your problems.

  • Except I'm utterly unqualified to help with anything.

  • Flip that mug around, flip that mug around.

  • Getting a signal from the producers that they like me,

  • they really like me.

  • I'm drunk with power.

  • Oh boy!

  • (rock music)

  • Hey, my name is Jefferson White.

  • I play Jimmy on the Paramount Network's "Yellowstone".

  • "Welcome to the Yellowstone" Episode 10.

  • Holy cow.

  • The end, the finale in some ways.

  • The exciting conclusion of season one of

  • "Welcome to the Yellowstone".

  • We'll see if there's any cliffhangers.

  • We'll see who lives and who dies in Episode 10

  • of "Welcome to the Yellowstone".

  • It's literally just me so, here's hoping I don't die.

  • What do you think guys?

  • Am I gonna make it?

  • Am I gonna make it through season one of

  • "Welcome to the Yellowstone"?

  • Is Breia gonna make it?

  • - [Breia] Definitely not.

  • - Definitely not? Dang! (laughs)

  • No, you're writing this puppy, you've got self,

  • you're in control of your own destiny.

  • - [Breia] Perhaps.

  • - What a rare opportunity

  • to be in control of your own destiny.

  • You know, so many of us are beholden to larger powers,

  • big shifting seismic plates.

  • - [Breia] I'm beholden to ViacomCBS.

  • - Me too, big time.

  • So we'll just ask our corporate daddy.

  • - [Breia] Our corporate daddy (laughs)?

  • - Do we make it?

  • Do we make it through?

  • I hope so.

  • The real point I'm trying to make here is

  • thank you guys so much for tuning in with us so far.

  • Thank you for your questions, for your comments,

  • for everything.

  • It's because of you that we're here making this,

  • and we're so, so grateful.

  • It's so fun for us to do.

  • We've been having a great time figuring it out,

  • working it out together along with you,

  • talking to you, answering your questions,

  • listen to your voicemails.

  • We've had an amazing time doing this show.

  • So thank you very, very much.

  • We're just really grateful for this opportunity.

  • And it's because of you.

  • It's because the fans of "Yellowstone" demand more.

  • They always want more.

  • They're always just taking and taking and taking

  • and they want more, which is great because

  • all I know how to do is give, got no boundaries.

  • Just take whatever you want.

  • You can have it.

  • Does anyone want the shirt off my back?

  • It's yours.

  • So every episode of "Welcome to the Yellowstone"

  • we've been going through and doing a recap

  • of an episode of "Yellowstone".

  • The first season of "Yellowstone" Has got nine episodes.

  • This is our 10th episode of "Welcome to the Yellowstone"

  • so we thought what we might do is just talk about

  • the season as a whole.

  • Do a quick five-minute recap of season one of "Yellowstone".

  • And that's crazy.

  • We've been doing five-minute recaps of each episode.

  • You think we can do nine episodes in five minutes?

  • - [Breia] No, but I think we should try.

  • - Hell yeah.

  • You know you don't believe in me?

  • - [Breia] I do believe in you.

  • I've believed in you this whole season

  • and what did you do in episode nine?

  • - I did it, I made it, I did it, wow.

  • I finally pulled it off.

  • Your belief in me was finally justified.

  • So many people have believed in me

  • and been so kind to me my whole life

  • and I've just let them down over and over again.

  • But not this time.

  • Not today, baby.

  • Here we go "Yellowstone" season one in five minutes.

  • John Dutton, Livestock Commissioner

  • and the owner of the largest cattle ranch

  • in the United States.

  • Massive ranch called the Yellowstone.

  • He's got a bunch of kids.

  • He's got Beth Dutton, his daughter.

  • She's a very powerful financial assassin.

  • She works in Mergers and Acquisitions

  • at a company called Schwartz & Meyer.

  • He's got Jamie Dutton and his son who's a lawyer.

  • He's a sort of law assassin, lawssassin.

  • And then he's got his youngest son, Kayce,

  • who is a badass cowboy

  • who has a very contentious relationship with his father

  • and his legacy.

  • And then there's also Lee Dutton,

  • but he dies in episode one.

  • So sorry Lee, we don't have time to talk about you

  • and all your amazing qualities.

  • This has already been too much time spent on that.

  • Kayce lives with his wife, Monica and their son, Tate

  • on a reservation called the Broken Rock Indian Reservation.

  • The chieftain of that reservation is Thomas Rainwater,

  • who is a new up and coming chief

  • and one of the big "antagonists" of the season.

  • But as we'll come to learn over the season,

  • he's much more complicated than that.

  • He's not just a bad guy or a good guy, nobody is.

  • These are rich, complex characters.

  • Then you got Dan Jenkins, very powerful land developer,

  • wealthy, ambitious, creative,

  • another one of these sort of complicated antagonists/

  • anti-heroes.

  • So you got John Dutton, Rainwater and Dan Jenkins,

  • three powerful people with different ideas

  • of what the future should be, what progress means,

  • whether progress is good or bad.

  • And over the course of season one,

  • they're sort of jockeying for control of

  • the political landscape but also the landscape landscape

  • of this Montana massive cattle ranch.

  • Rip Wheeler, one of those folks that

  • don't have time to go back and fix it,

  • you're gonna have to fix that in post.

  • Rip Wheeler works for John Dutton.

  • He's powerful right-hand man, big tough cowboy guy.

  • I, Jimmy Hurdstrom, less tough, less big, less cowboy guy,

  • but also works for John Dutton.

  • So they're similar in that way.

  • And over the course of this first season,

  • the tensions between John Dutton and Thomas Rainwater

  • are exacerbated by these cows that

  • wander off of John Dutton's land and onto Rainwater's land,

  • that sets the stage for a bunch of conflict.

  • It's gonna go back and forth between those two.

  • And also Dan Jenkins is trying to build

  • a massive development right up against the edge

  • of the Yellowstone,

  • and that really exacerbates tensions between DJ and JD.

  • Also over the course of the first season,

  • Kayce's marriage collapses as Kayce and Monica,

  • they both have complicated loyalties

  • to two different ideas of family.

  • To the Monica's identity on the res

  • and Kayce's identity in his family, his nuclear family

  • and Tate, their son.

  • It's a Romeo and Juliet situation.

  • They've been pulled in two directions,

  • by the end of the first season, they get pulled apart

  • and Kayce moves back in to the ranch.

  • Also, Jamie Dutton, very sort of ambitious political figure

  • wants to be the Attorney General of Montana.

  • His dad at first sets him up.

  • And then there's a massive conflict between

  • Jamie and his father

  • because Jamie didn't respond to his father's call,

  • didn't return his father's calls.

  • Don't do that, call your parents.

  • Jamie and his father have this huge rift.

  • So then Jamie and John Dutton,

  • are set up as on opposite sides of this very

  • tense brewing political conflict

  • that's also gonna threaten the Yellowstone

  • and John Dutton's legacy.

  • Beth Dutton has been, the entire time,

  • her main target is Dan Jenkins.

  • She's been assigned to Dan Jenkins' duty

  • and she's ripping up his life from the inside out.

  • His personal life, his professional life, his creative life,

  • probably she's really been tearing him up.

  • That's been her duty.

  • But we also learned that she's got a deep sadness

  • and a very complicated relationship with her brother Jamie,

  • and with her father, because of the loss of her mother,

  • all of their mother, Evelyn Dutton,

  • John's wife who passed about 20 years ago.

  • Which was a formative tragedy in this family.

  • So the whole first season,

  • John Dutton is trying to protect the ranch,

  • the Yellowstone,

  • this land that is his family's legacy,

  • but he's also trying to protect his family.

  • He's trying to protect his kids, his literal family.

  • And over the course of the season,

  • this tension becomes apparent

  • that sometimes those things are mutually exclusive.

  • Sometimes, fighting for the good of the ranch

  • isn't necessarily fighting for the good of Jamie.

  • Sometimes fighting to protect the land

  • is at odds with what Kayce feels loyalty to.

  • So that tension between

  • the responsibility to the land itself

  • and that responsibility to his family

  • becomes increasingly exacerbated

  • over the course of the first season.

  • And by the end of the first season,

  • John Dutton is further than ever from his son, Jamie.

  • And he feels further than ever from a secure, safe future

  • for his ranch and his legacy.

  • And also Jimmy falls off a horse a bunch of times.

  • - [Breia] You did it.

  • - I mean, did I?

  • - [Breia] You did.

  • - There's entire plots that we didn't get to.

  • - [Breia] Well, obviously but you had five minutes.

  • - Yeah, here's some other characters.

  • You got your Colby, you got your Ryan, you got your Mo,

  • you got your Walker, there's a million.

  • You got your Governor Perry, you got your Christina,

  • you got your Sarah Nguyen.

  • There's a million other things

  • that we didn't even get to talk about at all.

  • - [Breia] Well, we did in episodes one through nine.

  • - That's true.

  • This was an overview of some themes, some big themes.

  • - [Breia] So you gotta go back and watch all those.

  • - You gotta go back and watch all those

  • to get the details, to go back in and chop up

  • each of those episodes one by one.

  • So that's "Yellowstone" season one.

  • Those of us that are in the know,

  • who've seen "Yellowstone" season two is available on DVD

  • at your local stores.

  • Go to your local DVD store.

  • The first season really sets up all these conflicts

  • that erupt in the second season.

  • So the conflict between Jamie and John Dutton,

  • the conflict between Kayce and Monica,

  • between Rip and Kayce, between Jamie and Beth,

  • between Beth and her father.

  • The first season lays this incredibly complicated

  • series of landmines for John Dutton to navigate

  • and then over and over again, he steps on them (laughs),

  • in trying to do what's right,

  • In trying to protect his family.

  • So it's a very complicated, very rich, very

  • multifaceted season of television.

  • And rewatching it knowing what I know about season two,

  • and knowing what I know about season three, spoiler alert,

  • is that it's an incredible beginning to a journey that

  • the producers have told me explicitly

  • will last at least 12 seasons.

  • - [Breia] From