last sunday, yellowstone Episode three wrapped up for season five, so you already know what that means…
Jefferson White, Ian Bohen and Denim Richards have plenty to unpack in the latest installment of yellowstone “Tales from the Bunkhouse.”
Kicking things off, Jefferson White hilariously admits which character is from yellowstone he would want a fistfight, and it would be Carter from season four rather than season five after his drastic growth spurt between seasons.
They then switch to law enforcement, who show up at the ranch to confront Rip about the wolf collars they discovered in the river, the same collars the ranchers discarded after accidentally killing the wolves holding the tracking devices and research purposes.
Bohen noted the implications that could result from this move:
“It really is a high crime to kill a wolf unless you have a mark or a permit because the population is highly regulated, but they are also a nuisance. You know, they kill cattle… But the laws are really strict.
If it happens on the governor’s land, he throws it in the face of the law. It’s just a betrayal of his office. It’s horrible, if he lets it, his enemies will make him look like that.”
They then switch to Jamie’s first official encounter with Market Equities Advisor Sarah Atwood and how Jamie almost fell under the spell of Sarah’s manipulation.
White discussed the encounter:
“So few people have tried to manipulate Jamie with love, charm and affection. So it looks like if Sarah comes in and uses a different tactic to get close to him, that would be very effective.”
“I think he wanted, he wanted to get into it. He understands that this is a manipulation tactic, but I also think that he thinks maybe they will go as far as actually making her feel for him too, and I think that’s where the trap will ultimately lie be placed.”
On the other hand, Bohen disagrees:
“I totally disagree, he has no idea. In that moment, as soon as it’s in front of you, something switches off and it’s like, oh man. It’s me. And despite all the audience, don’t do that, he’s like, ‘It’s me.'”
Next they discuss the wild bar scene in which they go to a bar in Bozeman where Ryan’s new flame, Abby (Lainey Wilson), is doing a show.
The three then play a fun game about what cowboys do and don’t do, referencing the part in episode three where Rip says, “Cowboys don’t go to bars.”
From leaving the cowboy hat on the bed to fighting on the ranch, waiting for the horseback ride and more.
They then discuss the fight at the bar, where the girl who was flirting with Rip tries to approach Beth, and Beth ends up slapping a beer on her head.
Bohen recalls the preparations for filming:
“We find out the fight is going to be at a bar in Missoula so we drive up the day before and I went to the bar before the crew got it because I wanted to see it. It’s amazing when you see it on the show, it just is.”
Bohen also hilariously compared the fight to a street house style fight:
“It bordered on a ‘Road House’ style fight, it was a hand-to-hand combat. It was like a spartan fight, you had to dodge things.”
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https://www.whiskeyriff.com/2022/11/23/yellowstone-stories-from-the-bunkhouse-rip-beth-the-bunkhouse-crew-channel-their-inner-road-house/ Yellowstone Stories From The Bunkhouse: Rip, Beth & The Bunkhouse Crew Channel Their Inner ‘Road House’