字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Okay, hell yeah, here we go. Yellow Stone, the show, and the fights, and the explosions. It's a little bit about the class struggle, you guys. I was gonna go to this camera, but maybe this is the camera where I talk about emotional intimacy. (beat boxing) What do you think, do we need a less psychotic version of that? (rock music) Hey guys, what's up? This is Jefferson Y., I play Jimmy on the Paramount Network's Yellowstone, and this is welcome to the Yellowstone, episode two. We're figuring it out as we go. I feel like we learned a lot of good stuff, Breia. (Breia) Yeah? Yeah. (Breia) It's been good? Yeah. (Breia) I think we should keep doing it. They explicitly gave me permission to talk to Breia now. (Breia) You did! They were like dang, Jeff (Breia) Permission granted. That fifteen-minute monologue came off as a little insane. Feel free to talk to a human being, like a person. So we're doing that now. Also, we have this new intro music. It goes like this. (singing musical tones) And get used to hearing that at the beginning of every episode. Exactly like that. We'll use that sorta thing that like acapella YouTuber's do, where we put my face in different boxes and I sing, you guys know what I'm talking about. (beat boxing) Get ready, get ready, get used to that. They told me, they're signalling they want more acapella. (Breia) Yellowstone goes Glee? Yellow Stone goes Glee! We might have to beep that out. I don't know if we can say that song, that show. (Breia) Glee is just a feeling. Wow, good point, excellent work around Bri. Breia with that legal mind. So, today we're gonna talk about Yellowstone episode 102, Kill the Messenger. Episode 101, as you may recall, a lot of s### happens. So let's do a one minute, what happened last time? All right? Here we go, begin. Episode 101, there's four, (groans) oh god. Okay, check it out. You got John Dutton, he's got a bunch of kids, he owns a giant cattle ranch, there's a nearby Indian reservation, and there's also land developers in Montana who are trying to, sort of, bite off pieces of his giant cattle ranch. A bunch of cows wander from John Dutton's land onto the Indian reservation. John Dutton goes to get those cows back. That erupts in violence. John Dutton's youngest son' wife's brother kills John Dutton's oldest son, and then John Dutton's youngest son kills his wife's brother. And that trauma right there, is gonna set off what happens in 102, Kill the Messenger. I've got 15 seconds left. I can use that to talk about whatever I want, and what I want to talk about is Jimmy Hurdstrom and Rip Wheeler. Rip is John Dutton's number one bada##, go get 'em, tough cowboy, and Jimmy Hurdstrom is his number two bada##, go get 'em, tough cowboy. It's close, they're close, it's hard to say which is really tougher, amazing. Okay great, now let's dig into, I'm gonna reset a new timer, five minutes. Begin. Yellowstone episode 102, Kill the Messenger. So, from the very beginning of this episode, we are sort of living in the trauma of Yellowstone episode 101, the explosive events of 101. So, at the very beginning, John Dutton and Rip Wheeler are trying to break the stallion that Kayce gave John in episode 101. It's not going great. That's a tough, mean horse. So, you now what you gotta do? You gotta get a tough mean cowboy to break 'em, or just a young guy who likely will survive that experience. So, they tape Jimmy Hurdstrom, this fella, to that horse in the hope that they'll wear each other out and they'll sort of, by the end of that experience both be a little more broken in. Okay. Boom. Cut to, Kayce on his house out at the reservation. He's trying to dig up a stump. It doesn't work, so he has to use some explosives. He blows the s### out of the stump, and in doing so, uncovers some dinosaur bones. Remember those dinosaur bones, that's important to hold on to. And then, we cut to Jamie, what's going on in Jamie's world. He's meeting with the Governor, because there's evidence that there's maybe some foul play afoot. So there was this horrible trauma. Robert Long killed Lee, and then Kayce killed Robert Long. And the Dutton's had their own sort of explanation for it, that it was self-defense and that they killed each other. But, upon investigating the scene of this violence, it's pretty clear that that's not what happened. There might be a third shooter. Right, there might be a third person involved in that killing. And we all know that that's Kayce Dutton, but the Dutton's are trying to cover this up because basically Kayce didn't have, like Kayce's not a legal entity. Kayce killing somebody isn't a sort of legal action. So, it's very important for the Dutton's that they cover up the fact that Kayce was involved with this. And there's some loose ends. You got some witnesses that are, witnesses at the scene. And then, you've also got the bodies themselves, right? And over the course of this episode, one of the things that we're navigating is how we're gonna tie up all these loose ends. So there's a few different ways that we approach that. John Dutton goes after the witnesses. So, basically he calls in some favors. He calls on one of his old school business friends to lean on their son to say that Kayce wasn't there. And then he also goes to this pastor who he sort of gets to preach this sermon the basic gist of which is hey John Dutton is important to this community, we gotta protect our flock, you gotta lie to save his son. Right, so they handle the witnesses in that way. And then, you've got this medical examiner who has seen the bodies, right? Has seen the bodies and can effectively prove that there was this third shooter involved, that Kayce Dutton was involved. And so, John Dutton sends Rip to take care of that problem, and as we are, you know, pretty quickly learning, sending Rip to take care of a problem generally involves an explosion of some kind. And in this case that holds out. Rip kills this medical examiner, and blows up the office and makes it look like a suicide. Classic Rip move. Okay, what else goes on here? Oh, man. There's a lot. So, Kayce and Monica basically are, they're processing what happened to Monica's brother. She doesn't know that Kayce's the one that killed him. And they're driving along the highway, and then they drive past an explosion, effectively. It's a meth house that explodes. And Kayce gets out of the car, he wants to go see if he can help, if there's any survivors. And there's one guy who survived, but is so badly burned that there's no way he'll survive. So, Kayce puts him out of his misery by killing him so he doesn't have to burn to death. And then tribal police show up, they see what happened here, and they sort of agree with Kayce that he did the right thing, but in order to cover up, the sort of-- it wasn't necessarily, technically the legal thing to do, so they help Kayce cover it up by basically switching gun barrels between the chief of tribal police's gun and Kayce's gun. They switch barrels to make it effectively a legal killing. And then we sort of get Kayce-- Kayce's caught in the middle of this conflict between his father and the reservation, and so through, sort of, living on the reservation and engaging-- oh my god. It can't be done. It can't be done. It was a foolish effort to begin with. You can't-good TV, you can't summarize in five minutes. It's too complicated, right? It's not so cut and dry. It's not so simple, cause there's a lot of like-- these characters are all very complicated. Every scene has like deep ramifications. Nothing's wasted, you know? So, it can't possibly be done in five minutes. That is to say, we'll hit the sort of important pieces here. Basically, the important pieces of episode two is the cover-up as they sort of work to try to cover up this violence, and it's Kayce sort of being torn in two between his loyalties to the reservation and his loyalties to his family, right? And Kayce and Monica, obviously, big Romeo and Juliet situation here. Kayce is-Rainwater, the Chief of the reservation wants to use Kayce as a pawn to take down John Dutton, but Rainwater also, I think, feels tremendous sympathy for Kayce. And Kayce and Rainwater maybe relate just as much as Kayce relates to his family. So, this episode, if you ask me, the episode MVP, Kayce Dutton. This is a Kayce episode if there ever is one. It's about, for me, my experience of watching it is very much about the tension between Kayce's past and his future. The tension between Kayce's family, his biological family, and his chosen family, Monica and the Broken Rock Reservation. Kayce really is caught in the middle. And Kayce's family, Monica too, and Tate are caught in the middle of this explosive conflict. And, the terms of that conflict have really been changed by the violence that occurs in episode one. So, episode two is largely about the Dutton's trying to cover up and protect Kayce, and it's about Kayce sort of contending with no matter where he goes, no matter what steps he takes to try to escape violence, it feels as though violence is his destiny, right? Violence erupts he watches his brother in law kill his brother. The next day, or you know a little later, he's driving down the road and a meth house explodes. Everywhere he goes, violence follows him. And I think he's starting to contend with that and starting to ask himself how he can protect his family and how he can stand for what he wants to stand for and stand for his code when violence follows him everywhere he goes. Tricky stuff. Episode MVP, Kayce Dutton. And then my grandma's favorite line of the episode. My grandma loves all the swearing on the show. She's really big on the profanity.