Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4 Recap: Details You Might Want To Know

Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4: While many Americans will be spending the holiday weekend with their families, you won’t find the Duttons sitting down to a Yellowstone-style Thanksgiving feast this year. Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4 has enthralled fans. Beth wouldn’t even be able to last a minute at the table, let alone go back for seconds!

The Duttons have at least one thing for which to be grateful: John had some time to himself for “reflection” in the previous episode, free from the usual distractions of family conflict. However, the chickens have finally come home to roost this week. Let’s look at what all that thinking time has led to in Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4.

Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4 Recap

First, let’s see how Beth is doing in Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4. When she broke a bottle over another woman’s head, her otherwise good day came to an abrupt end. As a result, she was taken into custody (and charged with assault). While it could be rude to just approach a stranger and announce, “I’m bringing your spouse home tonight,” Beth went too far in her reaction.

The lucky Californian seems to be doing OK. Like Daffy Duck after being hit with a large mallet, Jamie assures Beth that the “grapefruit” on top of her head is all that’s wrong with her. By persuading the victim not to press charges, John is able to free his sister from jail, though he subsequently criticises her for lacking self-control.

John has taken back over as Montana’s governor and is back in the state capitol. As a result of his belief that the entire 12-person policy advisement staff is a bunch of nerds who waste taxpayer money by holding secret meetings, he terminates the entire team during a policy advisement meeting.

yellowstone season 5 episode 4
yellowstone season 5 episode 4

They wanted to meet with him to discuss the possibility of constructing additional solar panel fields, but John labels them “dumb” for failing to take into account the potential impact on the local sage grass. John’s assistant thinks that the government would gain about $1.6 million if these positions were abolished.

When the park authorities from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service returned to John’s office in Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4, they informed him that some very endangered wolves had gone missing. His own cowboys killed them by accident, and Rip hasn’t told John about it. John calls Rip, but Rip says it’s not him. One of the park officers tells him, “They will come after you with both barrels, Governor.”

How significant is this, then? At lunch, Senator Lynelle Perry gives John a grave warning: “Avoid them, at all costs.” The secondary plot with the wolves in Yellowstone is getting a lot of attention, but I haven’t really felt the stakes yet.

In Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4, Jamie fails to hide the baby seat while driving Beth back from the police station. His sister goes into a panic. She shouts, “You cut my womb out of me, and God gave you a boy?” Beth attacks him while he’s behind the wheel, prompting him to pull over. Jamie tries to make peace, but this is a shocking revelation. Even though he tells Beth that bringing her to the clinic was his biggest mistake, it’s already too late.

The cowboys and the reservation help dig a cemetery for Kayce and Monica’s baby back at the Dutton ranch. They also traditionally bury a dead horse at the funeral, with the belief that the animal acts as a spirit guide for the deceased. John comforts Monica by telling her that he once had a sibling named Peter who was born prematurely and only lived for 18 hours. John’s dad used to tell his mom that Peter had the ideal life. The world to him consisted just of you, and he knew only that you loved him.

Unexpectedly, Summer Higgins is addressed again towards the end of Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4. The Duttons used her as collateral damage in their battle against Market Equities last season, therefore the item originates from the prison where she was transported. To everyone’s surprise, she is now free. Why? Since John Dutton can grant her a pardon today. She finally confronts him, asking, “What took you so long?” After a week as Governor, he laughs. Both parties agree to keep their interactions at a strictly business level.

Even though Market Equities has been fired in Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 4, Jamie plans on having dinner with Sarah Atwood in Montana. They flirt, but we all know she’s simply trying to get close to Jamie so she can damage his family.

Beth takes a picture of Sarah’s ID and finds out that her name isn’t even Sarah Atwood. Just like the senator told his father in the first episode, all his enemies have to do now is wait until his term is over. Until a new governor is appointed, the airport construction project will have to wait. The only thing John has gained is four more years of life.

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