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  • - It's settled, we'll get married.

  • - Ryan got an email about their registry,

  • I don't know if you know,

  • they're doing a dual thing.

  • They have a Smith and Wesson and Louis Vuitton.

  • It's a special collection.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Gentlemen.

  • - Come on!

  • - You know what I think looks hot.

  • When a girl wears a jacket like it's a shirt.

  • Like, nothing underneath, just the jacket.

  • - This scene, it's so damn charming.

  • Like, you fall in love with her

  • and your relationship.

  • It says so much.

  • - That was such a fun day

  • because Eden Brolin is also pretty afraid of Cole Hauser.

  • So it was a really exciting opportunity for Eden

  • to sort of have that stuff with Cole,

  • to have to sort of own that space so fully

  • in the way that Mia does.

  • And she does an incredible job.

  • She comes in there with this insane, like 80 words,

  • like massive monologue where she's talking about

  • all this crazy shit.

  • - If you think about it, it's sexy when men wear

  • exactly what they're supposed to wear,

  • but for girls it's sexy to wear

  • what you're not supposed to wear.

  • I don't know, I wonder why that is.

  • I guess what's the taboo of it.

  • - Eden is such a good actor that

  • Mia owns that space so fully.

  • In a space with Rip who like,

  • ostensibly is the highest status character in any room

  • that John Dutton's not in.

  • - Right.

  • - And also Rip is a bit of a father figure for Jimmy,

  • so there's that terrifying thing of like,

  • introducing your girlfriend to your dad.

  • It's very frightening.

  • And Cole also is such an incredible comedic actor.

  • - Oh, for sure.

  • - You know that song, Rip?

  • - Mm, what song?

  • - "Turtles All the Way Down".

  • Let me play it for you.

  • You're going to love it.

  • - Yes, Mia, you know what put on some music.

  • Wouldn't that be nice Jimmy?

  • Some music would be nice, wouldn't it?

  • - Cole so rarely gets to stretch his

  • comedic muscles on the show,

  • so it's so fun to sit there and watch Cole.

  • - [Mia] I swear, you're going to love it.

  • - Great.

  • - 'Cause Cole has a better sense of comedic timing

  • and a better sense of like using his ethos as Rip

  • for comedy's sake.

  • - Right.

  • - Come here, come here.

  • When we get back to the ranch,

  • I'm going to kill you with my bare fucking hands, Jimmy.

  • I'm gonna kill you for this.

  • - Wow.

  • - There's rodeo on the weekend, Jimmy.

  • There's rodeo for a living

  • and then there's business rodeo.

  • - The Steiners are incredible.

  • So the Steiners, three generations of cowboys basically,

  • of bucking horse riders.

  • - The kids in that scene,

  • the guys who are in that scene.

  • - Yeah.

  • - Holy shit.

  • That's Sid Steiner

  • - You ever met a world champion before, Jimmy?

  • Well now you have.

  • - Those are the real dudes?

  • - Yeah, Sid Steiner, his son, Rocker.

  • - Good.

  • - Yeah, really incredible.

  • And Rocker rode as part of the action of that scene.

  • - You ready?

  • - This kid is like literally, I think he's like 16.

  • (yelling)

  • Those are guys, who I think they're so used to

  • operating under high stakes.

  • You know, the thousands of people in an arena,

  • cheering and screaming,

  • that the cameras didn't fucking bug 'em at all.

  • They were like incredible, natural performers

  • and I learned so much about acting from watching them

  • and their sort of effortlessness.

  • - Well, what do you think?

  • - He bucks pretty good, Rip,

  • but he's no rodeo horse.

  • - Once you've been kicked off a fucking horse

  • in front of 10,000 people,

  • like the camera does it doesn't bug you so much.

  • Although, Yellowstone obviously has

  • a few more than 10,000 viewers.

  • I think the latest number is 35 billion.

  • - That's the latest numbers.

  • - Might be a little inflated.

  • There's like a sort of ritualistic nature to,

  • they get to call it shoot procedure,

  • Forrie calls it shoot procedure,

  • like how you get ready to hop up on the bucking horse,

  • so watching Rocker get ready to go up on the horse

  • was such amazing research,

  • because it's very mathematical and it's very objective,

  • but it's also, like any sport,

  • it's also so much about the energy you bring into it.

  • So watching Rocker get psyched up to get on that horse

  • was like, the most amazing character research

  • I've ever seen.

  • That kid is incredible.

  • - That boy's been riding sheep since

  • he was four, Jimmy.

  • Steer since he was seven.

  • - To be there with Eden too,

  • because like Jeff and Eden are both fascinated with

  • and learning about rodeo culture.

  • To be there with Cole, it was a really, really cool day.

  • And those guys are incredible athletes.

  • (country music)

  • - Hello, Forrie J. Smith.

  • - Since you've been cowboying for so long

  • and you grew up in so many different places,

  • you've come up with like a lot of like isms.

  • - When a cowboy needs extra money, he wins it.

  • - If you could share some insight on where you've heard them

  • and how you came up with them,

  • would be extremely enlightening.

  • - That's all on our cinematic genius friend,

  • Taylor Sheridan.

  • - You gotta be kidding me.

  • She's old enough to vote and buy bullets,

  • don't be blaming me for her bad judgment.

  • - That's something I would say.

  • (laughing)

  • The old timers that me and Taylor have been around

  • and stuff that I think we've heard these from other guys,

  • like ain't smart enough to pour warm piss out of a boot.

  • I heard that before.

  • - I know that's an insult, but I just don't understand how.

  • - How does, let's just break this one down.

  • 'Cause this is unclear to me.

  • First of all, how does the piss get in the boot?

  • - I've thought about this a lot.

  • - Like, if it's really cold out,

  • you might want to leave it in there.

  • - You pee yourself.

  • You're frightened, or under extreme duress.

  • You, yourself pee.

  • Your boot fills up with that pee as it runs down your leg.

  • - Got it.

  • - And then if one had any sense, one might empty one's boot.

  • - But if it's really chilly.

  • - If it's really chilly or--

  • - It's like peeing in a wetsuit.

  • - It just seems like a lot was going.

  • I have my chaps on, had my long johns on, my jeans on--

  • - Taking the boots off--

  • - There just seems like there's a lot of areas that

  • it would never make it to the boot.

  • - Huh!

  • - Just seems like it get real, you know what I mean?

  • - The piss would be soaked up.

  • - The warmth would only last for so long

  • and then you'd want to get that piss out of there.

  • - As soon as, as soon as that piss gets out of your body,

  • it's cooling to down.

  • - I'm aware of the insult.

  • I just, why is there piss in my boot?

  • There's another really good one.

  • Toughness, you're either born a willow.

  • - Or you're born an oak.

  • That's all there is to it.

  • - Will you just go down the line

  • and let us know which of us is a willow

  • and which of his is an oak,

  • without thinking about it too much?

  • Just your first impulse.

  • (game show music)

  • - You're not at the Yellowstone if you're a willow.

  • - Ah! - Damn.

  • - Wow.

  • - Wow, what a way to service all of us.

  • - Yeah, such a Forrie J. Smith compliment.

  • There are so many departments that lean on you

  • to sorta help get the sense of authenticity

  • as it relates to this lifestyle,

  • and I I've had so many experiences of

  • talking to the costume designers

  • and the costumers about your clothes.

  • So you wear your own clothes.

  • - Well, no, because you never know

  • what they might do to your clothes on set,

  • but they are just like I wear in everyday life.

  • - Yeah, they're sorta trying to recreate the authentic

  • Forrie J. Smith look.

  • - Yeah, we talked about the broken pelvis,

  • so I like tight pants and holding my hips together.

  • It's why I don't get on a horse without chaps on.

  • I put them chaps and a belt.

  • And you wear long sleeve shirts

  • 'cause you're always doing things with your forearms

  • and pushing on things and you can grab a bale of hay.

  • Where's that?

  • It's right here.

  • And you sweat it up to get your sleeves wet, right here,

  • or I have soaked 'em

  • and all them blood vessels going through right there,

  • you wet that part of that long sleeve down,

  • that cools your whole body up and it keeps the sun off.

  • The vest is flapping, so it creates a little breeze on ya.

  • There's a reason for everything.

  • - That's cowboy shit.

  • Let me tell you, when I'm on set and it's hot, I'm like,

  • "I don't want to wear the chaps today."

  • I always roll my sleeves up 'cause I'm sweating my ass off.

  • - The last thing you think about is hay.

  • - The last thing I'm thinking about is hay.

  • And I sometimes look over and he'll just be like

  • "Cowboys don't roll up their sleeves."

  • And I'm like "This one does."

  • (country music)

  • - What's that?

  • - The proper term for it would be a juxtaposition.

  • - I don't know what that means, Beth.

  • - One of the biggest payoffs that we've been working towards

  • for three seasons is the true romance of Beth and Rip.

  • People are going to exhale a sigh of,

  • "Thank God, we deserve this.

  • You gave it to us.

  • And it's ours now."

  • And it's well worth the wait, I think.

  • - That means that you, that you have me.

  • That's I'm yours.

  • - I think that that characterizes this season so much,

  • the highs and lows.

  • Like, that sort of high point probably in Rips whole life.

  • That's maybe the best, the safest,

  • the sort of most in love he's ever felt,

  • maybe the same for Beth, right?

  • Like, that's such a high for them.

  • And we've seen them sort of like,

  • plunging the depths of their souls.

  • We've seen them going through such

  • difficult trauma together,

  • and then to see them at the sort of peak of that mountain

  • is so exciting and it begs the question,

  • what comes next?

  • Can they go higher than this?

  • Or is there a fall coming?

  • - The only thing I ask, is that you outlive me,

  • so I never have to live another day without you.

  • - It was nice