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  • (motor rumbles)

  • (crashing)

  • - Saved again by Ol' Bowlegged (chuckles) and Rip, Ripperson.

  • - Ripperson, Ripperson. (laughing)

  • - Hashtag Ripperson.

  • (upbeat rock music)

  • This is the Dutton Ranch. (motor rumbles)

  • We were there together, you missed the biker scene.

  • I really enjoyed this sequence

  • as a whole, it's a three act piece.

  • In the car together, on the way.

  • Getting out, trying to diffuse it.

  • Hey!

  • Act two, and then Teeter deciding

  • to tee off on the first dude.

  • (smacks) (grunts)

  • - You kinda roll up, we see all the bikes

  • and then we see oh, they're just sitting around a fire.

  • And you're like, "Okay, well how is this gonna go down?"

  • It's too early to get in a fight.

  • We pretty much had, like four or five people,

  • bikers per individual. - Yeah.

  • That was a rough day. (talking over each other)

  • - It was a pretty, I slept pretty well that night.

  • I definitely had a lavender bath.

  • - We always get whupped.

  • We're not out there just like,

  • pow, pow, pow, we're just

  • taking this beating. - Taking this.

  • (slams)

  • Throwing over shoulders, down on the ground.

  • (smacks)

  • And we didn't have any stunt doubles that day.

  • (smacks) - No.

  • - Yeah, we did it all.

  • - [Man] Let me guess, this is your field.

  • - You gonna burn it?

  • - That night, when we shot the scene where those boys

  • that we beat up, the bikers, came back

  • and we're there with the guns and the kit

  • and you know, our police gear.

  • And so we're watch to take a cue from John Dutton

  • and he says--

  • - I want you to dig.

  • - It was such a serious moment and

  • of course I'd read the script,

  • I know he's gonna actually let them go,

  • but as he's talking and tells them about who he is

  • and what this land is and really explains it to them.

  • - This field's mine, that fence, mine.

  • - It's just so serious, even though I fully know well

  • it's not, I got so caught up in it every time.

  • And I'm looking at the other guys and I'm thinking,

  • "Is he doing something different

  • "than we're supposed to do here?"

  • He's a (beeps), I have to say.

  • All of us, Cole and Luke, that night,

  • we were like, "This is legit."

  • It was very solemn and the tone was, it's just no joke.

  • - I have children.

  • - So do I.

  • From what I've seen, yours will be better off without you.

  • - I never get to be outside the show,

  • but in that moment, I was watching Yellowstone.

  • And I've never actually seen Yellowstone

  • the way the audience sees it.

  • None of us have, because you can't, it's impossible.

  • - I don't think we'll be seeing them again.

  • - Nope.

  • (upbeat rock music)

  • - Welcome.

  • - Thanks, guy.

  • How you doin' back there, baby?

  • - Fine, thanks.

  • - Okay, 'cause you oughta be up here

  • on mama's lap, but that's all right.

  • It's okay. (laughing)

  • Teeter likes to

  • get real, real close. (laughing drowns out talking)

  • And sometimes, she might wanna touch you a little bit,

  • get all up in your personal space.

  • - Can you not.

  • It's alright, baby.

  • (laughs) - Okay, so how you feel

  • right now is, this is what makes it so fascinating,

  • to try to hold that space while she's doing it.

  • - Yeah, and you don't think you're any different

  • than Teeter. (laughing)

  • In terms of physical space.

  • (upbeat rock music) (spits)

  • - You was done with that, wasn't you?

  • (spitting in spittoon) I have gum in my mouth now,

  • 'cause I'm like, a little meta you guys.

  • I used gum in the audition 'cause I just felt

  • like she was somebody who dipped

  • and fun fact, I went to the dentist.

  • Now I'm using fake dip, right, for all those scenes.

  • (spits)

  • You're the one who I guess had experience with it before.

  • You're like, "Do not use that stuff

  • "until you roll on the day, you're gonna get a..."

  • A canker sore?

  • - Yeah, that,

  • among other things. - Which I did.

  • In addition to, I hadn't seen my dentist

  • in about four months and I go in for my cleaning

  • and I have a massive cavity in between my two front teeth,

  • where I was shooting the artificial tobacco.

  • 'Cause that stuff is made out of, like corn syrup and hope.

  • (laughing)

  • It's just like, you know, liquid cavity shooting out.

  • (spits)

  • - Talk to me about the experience of dipping.

  • How much practicing did you do?

  • - A lot, and then a lot of my practice went out the window.

  • Because, I don't know if any of you have this experience,

  • but my adrenaline kicks pretty hard before I start shooting

  • and where that shows up the most is in my hands.

  • So they suddenly aren't doing everything

  • that I'm wanting them to do. - Right.

  • - Or my brain is telling them to do.

  • So even though I walked around for months, like...

  • practicing this thing, which I now no longer can do,

  • on the day I couldn't do it at all and I ended up having

  • to pack the dip against my belt buckle.

  • I think Cole Hauser was like, "Girl, let me help you out."

  • - I like that girl.

  • - The biker fight, you came in, we were trying

  • to be pretty cool and you came in and threw the first punch.

  • (smacks) (grunts)

  • Do you enjoy that physical side, fighting and the horses?

  • I mean, do you like that stuff, are you into it?

  • 'Cause that's hard work.

  • - It's my favorite.

  • That was fun.

  • 'Cause you're completely out of your head.

  • - Yeah.

  • - It's like sports, and I come from a sport background.

  • And I think, (anticlimactic music)

  • most of us come from a sport background.

  • Sorry, I was throwing a look at you.

  • - Badminton champion, by the way.

  • - Yes?

  • (upbeat music)

  • - We all do sports. - Badminton.

  • - We're all good at sports. - Champion.

  • - Really? - Yeah, seriously.

  • - Are you kidding me? - At his college, yes.

  • Seriously, no joke, no joke. - Badminton, this kid

  • right here.

  • - That is very classy, that's like a very classy--

  • - He doesn't like to talk about it.

  • - I don't bring it up a whole lot,

  • 'cause it's like, we all are stupendous athletes, yes.

  • We've all accomplished tremendous things

  • in terms of athletics and sports.

  • But that's not what we're here to talk about.

  • (laughing)

  • - But we could if we wanted to.

  • - We could, forever, at length.

  • But I'm not gonna hijack the whole thing.

  • - Yeah Jimmy, we saw you out there looking

  • just like Andrea Fappani.

  • - Who?

  • Talking about stunts and performing fights.

  • - Yeah, I mean I love it, do you guys love it?

  • I love it.

  • - Yeah, I mean I like it. - You have mixed feelings

  • about it. - I don't like it

  • as much as you do.

  • - I love it.

  • - Because we get, I think it happens (beeps) kicking

  • on a much more regular basis.

  • (smacks) (grunts)

  • (grunts) (thuds)

  • - You know, you have so many things to do,