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  • - I have been down this road before, buddy,

  • and no one who tried it is alive to tell you

  • how poorly that worked out for them.

  • - You are sealing yourself into the Alamo, Beth,

  • and these guys won't take prisoners, either.

  • - I look forward to it.

  • - There's a warrior in her.

  • - You are the trailer park, I am the tornado.

  • - She's not traumatized by her attack, not really.

  • She doesn't carry the wounds of it other than on her face.

  • I think she's way more traumatized with her past.

  • - She doesn't really know how to love.

  • - I had sort of been aware of that Jamie

  • had a hand in turning her into someone

  • who's angry and cold.

  • - These two characters seem to butt heads at all times.

  • - I think it was always something that had

  • kind of a stinging about what she was doing.

  • - just been watching right along with me.

  • There hasn't been any scenes

  • that have ever actually zeroed in on,

  • "What is this?"

  • Because it's wearing everybody out.

  • - It's so deep, it's so intertwined, it's so complex,

  • yet delivered in such a simple way,

  • such a strong, storytelling way.

  • - You're peeling away the layers of these people

  • and their relationships,

  • and just how the show is set up with the flashbacks.

  • - The problems between Beth and Jamie,

  • they're definitely talked about finally.

  • - Literally, I have people screaming across the street,

  • saying, "What, why do you hate Jamie so much?"

  • Yeah, it wasn't a surprise, there has been a betrayal.

  • - So, the incident at the heart of the issues

  • between Beth and Jamie

  • have been something we've discussed

  • since before we started shooting she show.

  • - But season three Taylor let's them know.

  • - I'm in trouble.

  • - I had sort of been aware of what it was

  • about the general idea.

  • - I had to know.

  • It's this sort of heartbreak, and regret,

  • and this secret, this devastating secret that she carries.

  • - What I didn't know was that Jamie directly chose,

  • or said "yes" to the question of her being sterilized.

  • - A requirement of patients receiving an abortion

  • at this clinic is sterilization.

  • - That was shocking and hard to read.

  • To me it explains everything.

  • - Is it okay?

  • - Yeah, it's okay.

  • - That vitriol and that pain,

  • and that grief,

  • I think just comes flooding out of her.

  • - There's a lot packed into that little scene

  • for Jamie and Beth.

  • There's a lot packed into that scene

  • for a lot of people, I think.

  • - I was ready to play this side of Beth.

  • She's an embodiment of someone who's a survivor,

  • which is inspiring to me.

  • - John is little by little putting Kayce

  • through the ringer to get him to end up

  • where he wants him to be.

  • It started with the bunkhouse,

  • and then he moved him on from there,

  • he wants him to be livestock commissioner,

  • which John has been, and Jamie has been,

  • and I think he recognizes that Kayce

  • does have some leadership qualities

  • that he could use in that role.

  • Once Kayce takes over the office as livestock commissioner,

  • one of the first calls he gets

  • is about a guy who was breeding wild horses,

  • who had these big ambitions,

  • and they sort of didn't work out for him,

  • so he takes his own life,

  • and what Kayce ends up doing in that situation

  • is really selfless.

  • As violent as he can be, he has a really big heart,

  • and really cares about people,

  • and you start to see that maybe he will be good

  • at this job,

  • maybe it is for him.

  • (Kayce knocks on door)

  • Maybe we didn't see this coming

  • that he could be good at leading people.

  • And it's just a testament how great a writer Taylor is.

  • - Once you make the decision, I'll do whatever you want.

  • - Taylor said a really cool thing.

  • We have two sort of rules.

  • Break their hearts a little bit,

  • and make them want to be cowboys.

  • If you come at it like that,

  • every scene starts to make sense.

  • - Running horses is just something

  • people are never going to tire of

  • and if the story is up to the imagery,

  • capturing the imagination,

  • then you're in a really good spot.

  • - You're running 400 horses down a mountain,

  • that was just a pinnacle,

  • I just get chills thinking about that day.

  • I don't think that something like that has been filmed

  • in motion picture.

  • (music)

  • - It's remarkable.

  • Once we finally get settled in,

  • Jimmy breaks his back and three new people show up (laughs).

  • And I think it's that infusion of energy,

  • is really incredible.

  • - Woo! - It's wonderful.

  • The bunkhouse boys don't interact

  • with much feminine energy

  • and so to have that presence

  • in a traditionally male landscape like the bunkhouse,

  • which is so severe, it's fun,

  • and it's light, and it's different, it's tremendous.

  • - Mia is a barrel racer.

  • - Barrel racers are a bit like rock stars.

  • - Are you too old to dance?

  • - Ain't a damn thing I'm too old to do.

  • - She and Laramie literally barrel

  • into this world of Yellowstone and the bunkhouse

  • just going their own speed.

  • - Mia kind of brings her into the Yellowstone ranch,

  • they're just trying to have a laugh

  • and a good time (laughs).

  • - That's what makes it so fun

  • because you just bring this different energy.

  • It's really, really freeing and awesome

  • to be able to be able to be on the other side of that

  • and also see that play out, it's really fun.

  • (country music)

  • - At the end of the day this is, it's work,

  • but it's also their life,

  • they live in the bunkhouse,

  • like this is their whole life,

  • and I think for Jimmy it's profoundly frustrating

  • because he's basically on crutches,

  • he's got a broken back,

  • and that's when everybody wants to hang out?

  • - Fuck it.

  • - Teeter, the way that she is is like,

  • "I've been here, done that, I've seen all of it.

  • "Look guys, this is the way that it is,

  • "Just deal with it."

  • - There's a lot of guys in that bunkhouse

  • that I knew she was going to be obsessed with Colby.

  • - Half the time they're like,

  • "Is she serious, or is this, are we still acting?"

  • I don't know, but you don't have any time to figure it out,

  • because the scene is still going on.

  • - Teeter gets off on the chase and he has all sorts of rules

  • that she thinks would be pretty fun to chip away at.

  • - I feel like most of the time

  • I look like a deer caught in headlights,

  • but if it translates as something differently

  • then I will also take that as well,

  • so I appreciate that.

  • - I think that's an incredible relationship.

  • It's so exciting to get to know Colby

  • through Teeter's eyes.

  • - Friday is your lucky fucking day.

  • - I love that relationship so much.

  • I stan Teeter and Colby, big time.

- I have been down this road before, buddy,

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