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kaboy42

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Is Lloyd gong to shoot Walker and Laramie both or just Walker? Because he is going to shoot someone.
lmao.

I think Rip beat all the bad thoughts/intentions right out of poor old Lloyd in the last episode.

And… Laramie. HELLO! That is one perfect buckle bunny.
 

osupsycho

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lmao.

I think Rip beat all the bad thoughts/intentions right out of poor old Lloyd in the last episode.

And… Laramie. HELLO! That is one perfect buckle bunny.
No it looks like Lloyd is going to try and walk away. At the end notice he was the alone in the bunkhouse, and then looks around like he is leaving.
 

jetman

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Not big on the Jimmy character, but actually interested in why and how they are taking his story line this season. Actually surprised they are spending this much time developing his character. Maybe building up for the 6666 series upcoming.
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Yes, it's all about the build up to the 6666 spinoff. Walker will also be in that so I'm guessing he gets kicked off the Yellowstone ranch in one of these upcoming episodes. If this 6666 spinoff is just going to be a bunch of horses running fast, then skidding to a stop and spinning in circles count me out. This stuff is such a waste of screen time in every Yellowstone episode. We get it, Taylor Sheridan, you also do this in real life so you want to show that off, but quit showing it every damn episode.
 
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Yes, it's all about the build up to the 6666 spinoff. Walker will also be in that so I'm guessing he gets kicked off the Yellowstone ranch in one of these upcoming episodes. If this 6666 spinoff is just going to be a bunch of horses running fast, then skidding to a stop and spinning in circles count me out. This stuff is such a waste of screen time in every Yellowstone episode. We get it, Taylor Sheridan, you also do this in real life so you want to show that off, but quit showing it every damn episode.
Why I stopped watching season 2.
 

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We get it, Taylor Sheridan, you also do this in real life so you want to show that off, but quit showing it every damn episode.
I think the exact same...every time I'm thinking, 'surely we can do without 7 solid minutes (slight exaggeration) of this stuff'...
 

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I had friend ask me if it was real show or a soap opera, I told her it was Dallas but with real cowboys.
 

kaboy42

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“Horse tricks”

LOL. Tell me that you’re not sure what you’re watching without telling me you know what you’re watching.

Guess growing up on a farm and ranch and using and caring for horses pretty much daily, I actually find myself ohhing and awwing and good godding during most of the reigning, cutting, roping and sorting scenes (horse tricks). Taylor is using some pretty high dollar talent here… these aren’t “movie horses”. He’s using the real damn thing with real damn talent in the saddle.

And I appreciate the hell out of that. And the authenticity.

Again, guess I view it with a different set of eyes.

But yeah, I also agree Taylor is “showcasing” it more this season… and maybe doing it too much/overkill. But maybe it’s because it’s part of the story line build up. That John Dutton is going to buy his way into more money by going out and getting the absolute best of the best in horse stock and not just be a cattle ranch. I mean, they made it a point to show Jimmy picking up MULTIPLE $25k checks after just the first event with Travis showing off the new Dutton horses.
 

jetman

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Nice that it's your thing, but I'm not interested in those segments of the show. Taylor Sheridan is part owner of the 6666 ranch in real life so him turning the show into a commercial to promote his side business seems kind of cheesy.