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  • - In this episode, episode five. (laughs)

  • (Jeff beat boxing) - Okay, so.

  • - It's like the beginning of every Jay-Z track.

  • (Breia laughs) Turn my mic up please.

  • I need more bass in my headphones. (laughs)

  • (producers laugh)

  • I'm into the system.

  • I've hacked into the system.

  • What a nightmare.

  • (upbeat music)

  • Hey guys, my name's Jefferson White.

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

  • and this is Welcome to the Yellowstone, episode five.

  • We're cruising along.

  • We're cruising along.

  • We feel so, so grateful for your support.

  • We're having such a blast doing this,

  • so thank you so much for clickin'.

  • Of all the things to click on,

  • in an ocean of things to click on,

  • the fact that you clicked on this

  • really means the world to us, so thank you so much.

  • We're having a blast doing it.

  • And no day more than today, when we're talking

  • about "Yellowstone," episode 105, "Coming Home,"

  • one of my personal favorite episodes of the season.

  • So really quick, before we get too nitty gritty,

  • let's do a very fast, five minute recap.

  • Six minutes?

  • Can we do six minutes? - No, five.

  • - Seven? - Five.

  • - Okay, I know how to negotiate.

  • Counter offer, 10.

  • - [Breia] How 'bout five?

  • - You're very powerful.

  • (both laugh)

  • You're a very powerful negotiator.

  • I really thought this would go better.

  • - No. - And you're just fully

  • shutting me down.

  • - [Breia] You can do it, I have faith.

  • - 15? - Five.

  • - Fuck.

  • - [Breia] 15 minus 10.

  • - Okay, I like that.

  • Optically that lets us both win.

  • (Breia laughs)

  • I like that a lot.

  • Okay, amazing.

  • Here we go, "Yellowstone" episode 105, "Coming Home"

  • in five minutes or less, fingers crossed.

  • Okay, so.

  • The very first thing that happens is we meet,

  • this is important.

  • We meet Taylor Sheridan's character, Travis,

  • who is a horse trainer and salesman.

  • And Taylor, it's amazing.

  • Every time I see Taylor acting, Taylor's good at everything

  • and it's infuriating.

  • Taylor wrote this episode, directed it, and is in it,

  • which is like, "C'mon man."

  • Don't do all those things better than anyone else,

  • that's fucked up.

  • Give someone else a chance.

  • Okay, so we're at the ranch where JD and Rip

  • are checking out very expensive, very fancy horses

  • when Monica and Tate show up at the ranch

  • because if you recall, at the end of episode 104,

  • Kayce got arrested.

  • So Monica and Tate show up at the ranch lookin' for help,

  • and Kayce has been arrested and is with tribal police

  • on the res, and they have recovered the bodies

  • of the kidnappers that he had killed,

  • and then surreptitiously buried,

  • and they're asking him questions about it.

  • So basically, Kayce's in trouble.

  • Finally all of his violence has caught up to him,

  • even if it was maybe justified.

  • That's a sort of thorny, ethical question

  • that were all gonna have to ask ourselves

  • as we view the show.

  • Basically, the heat's on Kayce,

  • but Jamie Dutton shows up, power move.

  • Power lawyer Jamie Dutton shows up

  • and basically gets Kayce off scot-free.

  • He is sort of, he confronts the tribal police

  • about the very sketchy they did to cover up the killing

  • at the meth house, the sort of mercy killing

  • at the meth house, by switching gun barrels

  • between Kayce and the chief of tribal police.

  • Jamie's like, "Hey man, you can't do that.

  • "Do you want me to tell everyone you did that?"

  • And that basically gets Kayce off scot-free.

  • Okay, then we find Rip at prison.

  • If you recall, at the end of 104, John Dutton,

  • once Fred got killed, John Dutton said,

  • "Hey, go get us another hand.

  • "Go to the prison and pick him up."

  • So Rip goes to prison to pick up a new ranch hand

  • and he finds, yes, your favorite and mine,

  • Ryan Bingham, Walker.

  • He says to Walker, "Hey man, you want to work

  • "for this really cool ranch, the Yellowstone?"

  • Walker says, "Yeah, I'll think,"

  • in his amazing cowboy drawl that I will not try

  • to replicate here.

  • He says, "Yeah, I think so."

  • Rip says, "Do you know what that involves?

  • "Do you know what that's gonna mean?"

  • And Walker says, "Yeah, I've heard,"

  • and very exciting.

  • Walker thinks he knows what he's signing up for.

  • We'll find out if he does.

  • And then, we got Beth.

  • Beth basically has been given the assignment

  • of destroying Dan Jenkins,

  • destroying him just inside and out,

  • and she's taken that very seriously.

  • So she walks up to Dan Jenkins and his wife,

  • who are together, and just makes things

  • very uncomfortable for them, which is classic Beth.

  • Poor Dan Jenkins.

  • Okay, then we find the wranglers doctoring cows,

  • taking care of some cows.

  • Jimmy is trying, but he's still so fucked up

  • from how badly he got beat in the last episode,

  • that he's very sore.

  • He's in a lot of pain.

  • He has a hard time participating,

  • and Lloyd comforts him

  • and sort of gives him some encouragement.

  • Okay, then JD basically pitches Kayce

  • on staying on the ranch.

  • They got Kayce out of jail, JD says, "Look, stay here,

  • "move back in, come here, live here, get Tate off the res.

  • "It's gonna be a better situation for you and your family.

  • "Come live on the ranch."

  • But Kayce is torn in half by this plan.

  • He doesn't know if he wants to do it.

  • He doesn't know where his loyalties should lie.

  • He feels very conflicted.

  • John Dutton's plan, John Dutton enlists Jamie

  • to get Mel Thompson, who's the president

  • of Montana State University, to offer Monica a job.

  • Right, a very high paying job, 70 grand a year

  • at the university as a professor of Native studies,

  • as Native American studies at Montana State.

  • That would basically get Monica and Kayce off the ranch.

  • Monica initially turns it down,

  • but it's a very, very tempting offer.

  • Okay, and then later, Beth,

  • whose mission was to destroy Dan Jenkins is now super drunk.

  • She was at the club, hanging out and drinking all day.

  • She doesn't want a ride home, or she needs a ride home.

  • So she calls up the only person, Rip's not available.

  • She calls up the only person who'll answer his phone,

  • that's Jamie, which gives us a sort of legendary scene

  • between Beth and Jamie in the SUV driving home,

  • one of my all-time favorite scenes of the show.

  • Really iconic, powerful scene.

  • Then you got Dan Jenkins and his wife at home.

  • We're sort of starting to see more of Dan Jenkins

  • and his life outside of just his sort of

  • constant antagonism of John Dutton.

  • We're sort of starting to understand

  • that he's a complicated guy, who's trying to navigate

  • a difficult home life with his professional ambitions,

  • as we all are, to be honest.

  • How we doing here?

  • 22 seconds, I think we can do it.

  • Okay, so Walker's moving into the bunkhouse.

  • The cowboys are feeling him out.

  • Everybody's a little sketchy.

  • I love the little, "Huh."

  • Jimmy's pretty jazzed because suddenly

  • he's not low man anymore, in theory.

  • Walker plays the cowboys, and what he calls a happy song,

  • which is, of course, a deeply unhappy song,

  • which is just kinda melancholic and sad.

  • Beth and Jamie get back from their. (timer dings)

  • Nope, didn't happen.

  • Six minutes.

  • Beth and Jamie get home from the club.

  • JD's hanging out with Tate.

  • That's really hard for Beth for reasons

  • that we will slowly come to understand

  • over the course of the next 12 seasons.

  • Beth goes into her closet and screams with anger

  • and rage and frustration and pain,

  • and then tonight, just for one night,

  • Monica and Kayce are gonna stay in the trapper cabin

  • on the Yellowstone Ranch, just for the night.

  • John Dutton manages to get them

  • to stay out there on the ranch for one night.

  • But they're talking about Tate.

  • Monica and Kayce are talking about Tate.

  • They're processing what the best thing for Tate is,

  • but there's still a lot of conflict there between them.

  • Kayce sort of storms off, classic Kayce.

  • Monica steps out of the cabin to try to find him

  • and sees the ceremony wherein Walker is branded

  • by the branded men.

  • So Monica is sort of confronted with exactly what it means

  • to live on the Yellowstone, exactly what it means

  • to be a part of this sort of family.

  • She's confronted with this sort of violence of that,

  • which is a major inner conflict for her.

  • - [Breia] I think you did it.

  • - I think I did it.

  • That timer went off, but I had accidentally set it

  • for four minutes.

  • - [Breia] (chuckles) I see, I see.

  • - It was a mistake that I made.

  • - [Breia] Yeah, I get that.

  • - Hell of an episode.

  • - [Breia] Nicely done.

  • - Hell of an episode.

  • Let's talk about some specific fun things from this episode.

  • So, episode MVP.

  • Episode MVP, or I won't even, check it out.

  • I don't even need to say it.

  • A sort of cool announcer voice will say it.

  • Ready?

  • (text thuds)

  • They use the magic of editing

  • to put a voiceover as I do that.

  • (text thuds)

  • Awesome.

  • So episode MVP for this episode, it's gotta be Walker.

  • It's gotta be Ryan Bingham.

  • It's the first episode that we meet him.

  • He plays that fucking song in the bunkhouse,

  • which is just heartbreaking.

  • It was the first time that I had ever

  • sort of seen Ryan perform live.

  • I loved his music, but it was the first time

  • I'd been in the same room as him as he played.

  • That guy is incredible.

  • That's the episode MVP.

  • My grandma's favorite line of the episode.

  • Use the editing to put that being said over me

  • just looking cool at the camera.

  • Ready?

  • (text thuds)

  • Awesome, did you do it?

  • - [Breia] It's done.

  • - It said it.

  • - It's done. - Very cool.

  • My grandma's favorite line in this episode,

  • my grandma loves all the profanity on the show.

  • She's always texting me saying, "Hey, could you get them

  • "to try to swear more?

  • "Could you just encourage them to try to swear

  • "just a little bit more?"

  • So my grandma's favorite line in this episode

  • is when Jamie says to Beth, "Fucking asshole."

  • My grandma's favorite line, she loves it.

  • She loves it when they swear.

  • That's her thing.