“Under A Blanket of Red”


In Yellowstone Season 4, Episode 5, titled “Under A Blanket of Red”, the Duttons went viral. Kayce (Luke Grimes) has returned to the Broken Rock Indian Reservation with Monica (Kelsey Asbille) and Tate (Brecken Merrill). Jamie (Wes Bentley) makes his way to the prison at Deer Lodge to get Terrell Riggins (Bruno Amato), the man responsible for orchestrating the attacks on Dutton, to admit that his ex-partner/Jamie’s biological father, Garrett Randall (Will Patton), gave the order to hit. Back on the farm, John (Kevin Costner) shows concern for both Beth (Kelly Reilly) and her Market Equities job offer and the growing rift between Rip (Cole Hauser) and Lloyd (Forrie J. Smith).

John’s most pressing issue, however, is the protest led by environmental activist Summer Higgins (Piper Perabo), outside of the Montana Livestock Association, of which Kayce is a commissioner. John thinks the timing of the rally is questionable…and he’s not wrong. On another front, Jimmy (Jefferson White) begins to get used to life aboard the 6666, where an old cowboy gives him this career advice: “You have to want this life. You have to want it to your bones. And if you don’t, it can be absolute hell on earth.” Before Jimmy set off on his first ride, he met a legendary horse trainer, 93 years old Buster Welch (playing yourself), a random moment allowed Yellowstonetrademark authenticity.

Let’s share the 5 most important moments from Episode 5 that will have an impact throughout the rest of the season.


After an unusual soul search, Beth ends up taking a job at Market Equities offered to her by Caroline Warner (Jackie Weaver). Dissatisfied with Beth’s decision, John asked her to explain: “Tell me how it helps us.” Beth quickly and simply replied, “It helped us when I ran it into the damn land.” Doesn’t John know that Beth always has a plan?

Who was the second person Beth talked to about her new position? Why, Schwartz & Meyer partners Bob Schwartz (Michael Nouri). Fans will remember that Beth’s only contingency to accept Warner’s offer was for her to gain control of the Market Equities in Schwartz & Meyer. In a classic Beth move, she drove seven hours to Schwartz’s office to reveal that she was the new president of the Montana Market Equity Division. When he innocently congratulated her on a high-paying day, Beth scoffed: “No pay, Bob. No stock options, no profit percentage. I wonder if you can guess what would entice me to take a job exactly like what my family has resisted for centuries…. you’re fired.”


On the advice of her father, Kayce spent time on Booking with Monica and Tate at Monica’s father’s house. In the backyard, Thomas Rainwater (Gil Birmingham) and Mo Brings Plenty (Mo Brings Plenty) built a sweat lodge to help Tate deal with the trauma of killing the man who was attacking his mother at Dutton Ranch last night. that fateful day.

When Thomas came out of the motel, he said to Monica, “[Tate] feel guilty for doing something for which he should be commended”. Thomas adds, “A few more drops of sweat and Mo will take him up the hill, and when he comes down, he won’t think he’s the killer. He will think of himself as a warrior. Like you.” Comforted by Thomas’ words, Monica didn’t hesitate when Kayce suggested that she start searching for homes near the Broken Rock Indian Reservation so they could rebuild their lives together.


Outside the Livestock Commission office in Livingston, Kayce encounters a protest led by activist Summer Higgins (Piper Perabo) and her team. Kayce and his Livestock agents were forced to fight back after protesters began hurling rocks at them, and things took a turn for the worse until the Sheriff intervened and called John to the scene. “We are here to oppose the existence of a state-sponsored police force that protects industrialized livestock production and the mass slaughter of millions of animals each year,” the righteous Summer told John. when he faced her. With no money left, John teaches her how to grow quinoa and advises the Sheriff to press charges.

Fans know that John admires people who stand up for themselves, so it’s no surprise that he bailed Summer out of prison, telling her, “You believe what you’re doing is right. I disagree, but I respect that.” In an act of bipartisanship and mutual curiosity, John invited Summer back to Yellowstone, explaining, “I think it might help you understand me better, or it might help me understand you.” Summer couldn’t resist a personal invitation from John Dutton and neither were we!


Welcome, it’s official. Lloyd remains in Rip’s doghouse after starting his fight with Walker. To teach him and the rest of the boys in the first-floor house a lesson, Rip openly punishes Lloyd by taking his pony, making him ride a mare, and making him do housework around around Yellowstone instead of thrashing with the rest of the crew. When John sees the wedge that Rip is driving between him and Lloyd, he warns him, “Whatever he’s done, don’t forget who he is to you, to both of us.” Rip replied, “Who he is to us, sir, that’s why he’s still walking.”

Chances are that Lloyd’s being demoted is that he’s slowly becoming a stabilizing force (and vice versa) in Carter’s (Finn Little) life. Following Rip’s instructions, Lloyd teaches Carter how to ride a horse, and the boy reciprocates him. Lloyd then offered Carter a few chats in the stables. It was the kindest kindness anyone had shown Carter since he accidentally fought Beth at Murdoch’s.


Just when you think Yellowstone will zig, it zags. Jamie provides immunity to Riggins (who helped orchestrate the attack on the Duttons) to testify against Jamie’s biological father/ex-Riggins cellmate, Garrett Randall, who ordered the assassination.
With this action, Yellowstone fans are beginning to understand that Jamie’s loyalty to the Duttons outweighs his newfound loyalty to his biological father, who ultimately killed Jamie’s mother (we’ll forget that).

As Jamie prepares to confront Garrett on his porch, he is stopped by the sudden appearance of Christina (Katherine Cunningham), Jamie’s ex-girlfriend and former campaign manager, with a baby! Last Yellowstone fans saw her back in Season 2 when she told Jamie she was pregnant but he couldn’t be a part of her and their baby’s life as long as he was recovering. serve John’s interests instead of his own. With tears in her eyes, Christina told Jamie: “You’ve been avoiding him. You got the job you deserve. You did everything you said you would do. Now I keep my word. Full of emotion, Jamie hugged his son as Garrett looked on proudly, their confrontation now forgotten. From his eyes, it’s fair to say Jamie would do anything to protect his new family..

Where to go live? Yellowstone.

https://decider.com/2021/11/28/yellowstone-season-4-episode-5-recap/ “Under A Blanket of Red”


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