Yellowstone, 12-20-21

Didn’t you just love the dinner scene when the men discovered fruit in the salad? And the ensuing conversation about prostate health? That Beth is a corker, isn’t she

27 thoughts on “Yellowstone, 12-20-21

  1. Launa

    Laughed! Just wished the sound was LOUDER…., but we quilters have discussed that before! Up n down during commercials!
    Here it is Monday @7am with fresh snow &29o out! We have over 3 feet now! Wish I could send you some!

  2. Nicole Hanson

    Yes! I love Yellowstone! They know how to twist a plot! Haven’t seen 1883 but if it’s only going to be available on the plus network, I won’t be watching. I don’t subscribe to extra channels. Love te projects you are working on the the recent show and tell is inspiring! Nicely done.
    Wishing all a most Happy and Merry Christmas and may 2022 bring us a better year and more good results concerning the Covid-19 and its mutants.

  3. Judy A

    Mercy! I’d never heard of Yellowstone until we were by my daughter at Thanksgiving. We yad a Yellowstone binge fest. Once we got home, we had a hard time finding the original show. We finally found it about half way through the episode last night and missed the part you’re talking about. Yikes – the language and violence are atrocious, but the storyline is great and the actors are terrific. I really think I’m going to have to watch all four seasons again once it’s done. And Yes, Beth is somethin’ else!

    1. Pat

      I stumbled on to Yellowstone, and got hooked, despite the language. As I only started watching part way during the last season, I recorded all the episodes that were on Thanksgiving, and now caught up to current episodes. 1883 … no, does not float my boat, despite being Tim, Faith, and Sam Elliott fans. Already pay too much for cable, not going to sign up fir a + channel. Everyone stay warm and safe, and Happy Holidays!

  4. Diane Bauer

    I haven’t watched Yellowstone yet but may have to do a marathon now while I’m off for the holidays! I watched Sound of Music last night—just happened to see it was on and was so glad. I don’t necessarily consider it a “holiday” favorite, but it’s definitely a favorite!!

    1. Charlotte Shira

      I watched Sound of Music last night too. I wasn’t going to watch it all but then I got into it. I hadn’t seen it in years and enjoyed watching it again.

    2. Mary Etherington Post author

      Hey, Diane – I’ve thought of you many times today as I’ve admired artwork, decor, quilts, other textiles – all in the Gonda Building at Mayo Clinic. Honestly, it’s just beautiful! Nobody was playing the piano today which disappointed me. I will post some pictures in a future post.

      1. Diane Bauer

        Hope you got to see some of the quilts they have on display!!! I am hoping to get a tour of the art collection when I’m back there next month!

  5. Kathy Hanson

    I haven’t looked in on Yellowstone but sounds like I should find it! You won’t find much snow in Rochester! Hoping all goes well here for Rick.

  6. Michele

    There are usually 3 minute previews posted a few days ahead. We watched the preview first last night and it was the dinner scene. We laughed so hard, and then found it was part of last night’s episode and we laughed again. John’s comments to Rip were priceless. And then the kid thinking she was speaking Latin. LOL.

  7. Carrolyn V

    Love to you and Rick! We laughed and laughed! Yellowstone is such a fresh breath of air to the garbage on TV…esp reality shows! We have had enough reality in the last few years!

    1. Diane, Squeak, and Buddy

      I am not sure if you get it, but there are some great shows on PBS. WE LOVE Foyle’s War, Unforgotten, The Indian Doctor, Poldark, All Creatures Great and Small, Broadchurch, etc., etc. of course, it depends on your PBS station, but I believe they listen if people make requests.
      We are going to binge Yellowstone in January since it sounds like we’d love it!
      Have a great Christmas everyone.

    2. Mary Etherington Post author

      I couldn’t agree more! I am hooked on the show and borrowed Seasons 1-3 from our library because I didn’t know about the show till late last season. I’m caught up now. We simply cannot stand reality shows! We must be showing our age.

  8. Carolyn E. Howard

    Wait until you see 1883! The White Elephant Saloon is across the street from the Fort Worth Livestock Exchange Bldg. Had an art gallery there in the late 70’s, we could go to the White Elephant after closing. Fun.

  9. Betty Klosterman

    Yes, we really love Yellowstone. I just have to laugh out loud at some of the conversations and interactions with the cowboys. On Facebook, there are sections with interviews with the actors discussing the show, what they had to co to prepare with Cowboy Camp, etc. and they are delightful. Beyond the hard work, it sounds like they really enjoy working on the show. We always liked westerns. They said things were going to get all shook up on Season 4, and they are doing that.
    In the meantime, good luck in Rochester, Mary and Rick. And Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Stay safe.

  10. Charlotte Shira

    I have watched Yellowstone for the first 3 seasons but couldn’t find it on my cable this year. I really like the show except for the profanity. I’m going to wait until the season is over and watch it on Peacock. My cable bill is high enough and I refuse to pay extra to watch certain shows although I did pay $7 a month for ESPN+ for 3 months to watch my grandson play football. That was totally different. 💗
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Judy Klink – I agree! I can think of many words to describe Beth! I think she’s my hero!

  11. Lynette W

    That dinner scene had me laughing so hard!!!! Waiting for the kiddo to say “what’s a prostate?” hahahaha. Rip’s face and comments were hysterical as were John’s. Yes, Beth is a pip alright…… never know what is going to come out of that mouth!!!!! I really enjoy the show. As I’m a horse person, love the horses. The men are all pretty good to look at as well if I do say so……. LOL.

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Lynette W – I also grew up with mostly quarter horses, went on many trail rides and spent almost every Saturday night at the horse sale barn! Just watching these guys ride make me want to ride again myself but I know I’d fall off and break something! Haha!

  12. Kim J LeMere

    I really enjoy watching Yellowstone and Beth is a trip for sure, that mouth says some of the best lines. I haven’t seen last night’s show but will get caught up when we land back at home. Came to Wisc for the holidays and the cold is a challenge. Hope Ricks appointment went well and that you both have a Merry Christmas.

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