Yellowstone: “Nothing Fair” – A Review
If someone says life is fair, they’re either lying or they don’t know what they’re talking about. The Duttons Continue on her own path in this episode, but unfortunately for Beth, life takes a drastic turn she didn’t expect. Her conspiracy with Summer exploded in her face, as activists not only put John in the prison where she was held and threatened a life sentence, but she darkened Beth without prompting, This shows that John didn’t know his daughter did. The conflict that is bound to happen afterwards is big enough that Rip doesn’t want to get involved, so he and Carter go to the workshop so John and Beth can sort things out. Of course, the end of the conversation wasn’t exactly what Beth wanted to hear, especially since she never expected to hear her father’s disappointment in her. All the time she’s been fighting to keep her father’s legacy alive, she seems to have inadvertently or deliberately forgotten what it means to fight with some level of dignity.
At this point, one of the bright spots in the story is Jimmy, arguably going through the pain and coming on the other end as a cowboy. Perhaps the hardest thing in Jimmy’s life at this point was that he had finally found someone he could love, who he loved and who he was, but being recalled to Dutton Ranch was a huge blow to his love life. But the truth is, Jimmy still owes John Dutton that returning to Yellowstone is not something he can avoid. But making the woman he’s with wait for him, now it’s a plan, and she seems to agree with the plan, which means that, unlike Jimmy’s previous relationship, there’s something about it rather than an expectation of Jimmy’s potential.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, fixing things is still a big deal because Jamie has a chance run for mayor It seems to vanish as it shows once again that his father is a convicted killer who needs to distance himself from him if he has any chance of getting what he wants. It wasn’t long before Garrett found John Dutton in one of his haunts, which was probably a bad idea for him since John Dutton wasn’t the type to deal with threats. But as John tells Carter at one point in the episode, nothing is fair. It looks like John is ready and willing to fight Jamie and Garrett at the same time, but unless Beth follows his morals, she won’t be in the fight anymore. When she finally got rid of her fear, one had to wonder what effect this had on her temperament. One very obvious thing is that unless one can withstand the onslaught she’s ready and willing to unleash most of the time, it’s not wise to upset Beth.
While it’s sometimes hard to find any innocents on this show, there’s definitely a need to choose sides, especially since some are worse than others. Many may want to argue over who is the worst and there may be some surprises when it comes to choosing a faction, but the truth is that while Dutton’s prize isn’t great, even Keyes has his problems, one of which is Mo Nika (I stand by my word, she’s not the innocent she built up), their enemies are willing to go to great lengths to prove they’re no better.With only a few episodes left in the season, it’s not hard to imagine a tense ending very sharp fight Between the Duttons and those who continue to come for them, the question is who will stand last. Expect to see Yellowstone continue beyond this season, but what may be unforeseen is that the hostilities culminate in a way that might be best for everyone because, obviously, things aren’t fair. One thing is clear, when it comes to the future of Dutton Ranch, it’s pretty much free for everyone. Things are heating up in such a way that the Dutton family will either have to band together to save the ranch, or be divided forever and go their own way with disastrous consequences.
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