字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (beatboxing) - Vocal warmup. Vocal warmup. Preparing my voice. ♪ Bum, bum, ba-bum, bum, bum ♪ ♪ Ba-bum, bum ♪ The people love that bit. ♪ Bow-wow ♪ ♪ Bum bow-wow ♪ ♪ Ba-dum bum ba-dum ♪ Hearing from lots of people, that's their favorite bit. (humming) Wow, what a bop. Dang, this really rocks ♪ Yellowstone ♪ ♪ Welcome to the Yellowstone ♪ That's not great. I'm not a great ... To be honest with you guys, I'm not a great freestyle lyricist much to everyone's surprise in this room (Breia laughing) I'm not a great freestyle lyricist. - [Breia] Yeah, those weren't really lyrics. That was just kind of the title of the show. - The title of the show. ♪ We're talking about Yellowstone ♪ ♪ We're gonna find out ♪ (Breia laughing) (upbeat music) Hey, my name's Jefferson White. I play Jimmy on the Paramount Network's "Yellowstone" and this is Welcome to the Yellowstone. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for clicking on us. There's so much to click on. An ocean. An ocean of bright shiny things to click on. Companies saying, "Hey, click on me. "You want a weird watch? "Here's a new kind of pants." You clicked on us instead, and that rocks, 'cause there's no new pants to come from this. If anything, the old pants, jeans, hardworking pants, America's pants. America's pants. The point I'm trying to make is it rocks that you're here. Thank you so much for being here. This is episode six, and we are talking about "Yellowstone" episode 106, "The Remembering." Let's get into it. Once again, the producers have told me that due to budget cuts they're only gonna allow for a five minute recap of the episode. I'm getting a signal from our producer. - [Breia] Five minutes. - Five minutes. America wants more. - [Breia] I don't know if that's true. - Oh yeah, maybe they want less. Maybe that's ... Actually that's the message I should take from all this is they want much, much less. (laughing) They want much less of me and my face. All right, check it out, "Yellowstone" episode 106, "The Remembering" in five minutes. Timer begin. Okay, so the very first thing we see is Kayce taking his stallion out for a ride. Right, he's breaking in this horse. He promised John Dutton he would help train this horse that he gave him back in the pilot. Kayce's taking the horse out for a ride and he very quickly stumbles across a big ass fucking bear. A huge bear that will become an important character, so don't forget this bear. Kayce thinks he's in real trouble. The bear rears up on its hind legs. Kayce sort of resigns himself to maybe getting fucking chomped by this bear when a gunshot rings out, scaring the bear off, and it's your hero and mine, Rip Wheeler come to save the day as usual. But, for Kayce, the relief is sort of short lived because (chuckles) we learn very quickly that Rip and Kayce have a past. They don't necessarily get along great, and Rip sort of jumps off his horse and they punch each other a bunch of times until one of them falls over, which happens to be Kayce. It's very intense. We learn very quickly that Rip and Kayce have a contentious past, planting the seeds. Seeds are getting planted. So the very next thing that happens, if you recall Kayce and Monica stayed at the ranch last night, which is why Kayce and Monica are still on the ranch. Monica talks to JD and confronts him ... When I say JD I mean John Dutton. It's an abbreviation. It's a little bit of slang for those of us that are really in the know. JD is Don Dutton. Don, John, oh boy. JD is John Dutton. DJ, Dan Jenkins. JD, John Dutton. DJ, Dan Jenkins. I'm burning time. I do not have this time to spare. So check it out, Monica confronts JD about the brand. She saw Walker getting branded last night. She's like, "What's up with that? "Kayce has it too. "What's going on?" And John Dutton doesn't really tell her. He won't really tell. She says, "Why does Kayce have it?" John Dutton says, "He disobeyed me one too many times." Monica says, "What? "What'd he do?" And Kayce says ... Or and John Dutton says, "He got you pregnant. "He disobeyed my wishes when he got you pregnant "and he sort of forswore this whole life." So obviously there's a lot of tension in between JD and Monica. The next thing we do is we see out fly fishing on vacation Sarah Nguyen, a reporter, and a very, very important character especially in these last few episodes of the season. So we meet Sarah Nguyen, who is basically vacationing in Montana but is also at the same time reading these news stories about John Dutton and the contentious dispute over this cattle in the Indian Reservation. Remember her. Very important character. Then, Rainwater is trying to figure out his approach to taking down John Dutton and the Yellowstone. He wants to buy up land, and he starts looking at Dan Jenkins's land development. So Dan Jenkins has all this land that basically he can't do anything with, because in the pilot the water was redirected around this land so they have no way to get energy infrastructure to this land. So Dan Jenkins wants to build this development, but he can't do it, but he's still got all these lots of land. Rainwater wants land and has a ton of money, so all of a sudden our enemies, "our enemies," they're all complicated. Rainwater and Dan Jenkins are talking, hanging out, sort of maybe joining forces? Trying to see if maybe the enemy of your enemy is their friend. Then Jamie and Beth head to Governor Perry's office to meet with her. You might remember that Jamie is gonna be running for attorney general, as the attorney general of Montana retires Jamie's gonna step in to his shoes, which is another way in which John Dutton consolidates power. He tries to put people that he can control in all these Montana political offices. Jamie's gonna run as an independent for attorney general, and he's gonna run unopposed. Undisputed as this incumbent attorney general retires, and John Dutton will support him. So then Governor Perry confronts Beth, there's a lot of tension between Governor Perry and Beth because Beth obviously misses her mother, Evelyn Dutton, and Governor Perry and John Dutton are sleeping together, so there's a lot of dispute and tension there. But Perry also reveals to Jamie that John Dutton has colon cancer, and Jamie didn't know this. Nobody knew this really. None of John Dutton's kids. So Jamie rushes back to the ranch to confront John Dutton about this. So while he's headed back to the ranch, Monica and Tate are headed back to their home on the res and they pull up to the school that Monica teaches at and there's a schoolyard fight happening. Monica jumps out of the car and very bravely wants to stop this fight. She wants to intervene, but in trying to stop the fight she gets punched by one of these kids accidentally and falls and hits her head on the sidewalk and is knocked unconscious. So Monica's in trouble. John Dutton and Kayce get a call. They're rushing to try to help her. They rush to get Monica to the hospital and make sure she's okay. So, while that's happening, John Dutton heads back to the ranch-- (alarm ringing) Okay, that's impossible. That's literally impossible. It can't be done, you're a maniac. You're a maniac and you won't stop me. You can't stop me from telling the truth, and what I want to talk about is a very critical scene in which Beth confronts John Dutton about seeing Governor Perry, and John Dutton, who all these things have been weighing on him, all these conflicts have been piling up, John Dutton snaps on Beth for the first time. John Dutton tells Beth, "Don't talk to me about your mother. "Don't fucking sweat me about seeing Governor Perry. "Back off. "Let me live my life." It's much better writing than that. I didn't write it. If I had written it, it would have said, "Back off, let me live my life." But the scene itself is very beautiful and artfully constructed. It's an amazing scene. Then, Rainwater and Mo, his driver, and Mo Brings Plenty, incredible actor, go to Dan Jenkins's club to talk to Dan and pitch him on that plan, the plan to join forces to take down Rainwater. And DJ, Dan Jenkins, is initially a little weary. He doesn't know if he can trust Rainwater, Rainwater doesn't know if he can trust him, and they're feeling out whether an alliance makes sense. Then, very importantly after that, at the end of the episode a drone shows up on the res, shows up at Kayce and Monica's house. This drone is scouting around, treasure hunting ostensibly. They scare it off, but then Monica, who had been released from the hospital but was a little woozy, collapses. Clearly her injury is more serious than we realized. At the very end of this episode she collapses. Great, that's "Yellowstone" episode 106. A lot to unpack there. Okay, so let's go into some ... Let's get a little nitty gritty. Episode MVP. (dinging) (cheering) That is gonna be, for this episode, it's two in this episode.