字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - 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.