The first episode of ‘Yellowstone’ season 4 had all the characters in the transition. John is hit by a bomb that appears to change his relationship with Beth forever.
No wonder Beth is so frustrated with John and Rip crusade at diner. Beth asks Rip why he didn’t stop John from going inside and saving the day. “Beth, I can’t stop your dad from doing anything,” says Rip. “I could help him or see him.”
Rip wonders why Beth isn’t worried about her. She admits that she never worried about him. “I know that nothing happens to you,” says Beth. Rip knows that one day death will come to him. “It happens to all of us,” Rip tells Beth.
When John arrived in the early morning hours, he decided to teach Carter to climb. He doesn’t go easy on the baby. At one point, he tells Carter to “just sit still and climb.” John takes Carter to the Buffalo Valley and tells him the story of how the place became. John explains to Carter that there is no justice in life.
Christine Learns the Truth About Garrett
John picked her up and Beth threw him a cup of coffee. They hate that they go into the fire when they are about to die. “I do not want you to live forever after death,” says Beth. He added: “I am fighting a hard fight for you, Dad, and you have not helped me at all.”
John does not stop doing what he thinks is right, even when Beth tells him to stop. Beth wants to know what is wrong with the man who tried to kill her. He is still convinced that Jamie was the cause of the Duttons’ strike. John talks about all the Riggins but still doesn’t know about it Garrett Randall connection. Beth just keeps talking without going anywhere. After Beth’s departure, Summer telephoned John and the DA asked him to stay in jail for protesting at the airport.
Prior to John’s press conference, Jamie thinks his ambassador campaign is DOA. Christine thinks John gave Jamie all her words. Jamie could be about to progress. He told her to do everything John said I will not to do. Christine believes this is the right time to bring in her real dad, but Jamie just keeps ignoring it. Jamie told Christine that his father was in prison for killing his mother, and Christine quickly changed her mind.
Now Christine encourages Jamie to establish a distance between her and Garrett. This is exactly what the critics would want to cover Jamie’s campaign. Garrett says Christine is innocent, and tells Jamie that she is ready to go under the radar if she needs to. Jamie doesn’t want to, but he can’t help it if he wants to win.
John Beaten By Bombshell
John goes to the longtime sheriff for the Summer case. It is clear that the new sheriff will not be Sheriff Haskell. They will be following the old rules, but now they have been followed.
Summer asks John to speak to the judge. He wants to save the card so that he can instead apologize to the judge. “I shouldn’t have listened to your daughter,” said Summer, throwing a bomb at John. Summer states that Beth is the one who told her to tell the story and go on the show. Later, John promises to get her out of this. He is even angrier than believing.
John and Garrett are passing by for dinner. Garrett blames John for his incarceration. “I raised your son in a loving and respectful manner. I made him the way he is today. If they choose to leave you, I will not stop you, “John told Garrett. He promises to” take the world away “if Garrett comes to him.
In Texas, Jimmy found real love with Emily. He had settled down to live in Texas, but was told to return to Montana. He goes to Emily before leaving and asks her to wait for him.
John & Beth Fight
At bedtime, the wet John tells Beth that he is having a meal in the dining room tonight. Rip and Carter leave the house quickly. Beth goes by herself, and John quickly brings in Summer events. Beth doesn’t care about Summer. They only care about a select group of people, and Summer is not one of them. John says he has to have good morals in the way he fights for the war. He wants to fight for dignity. He orders no more collateral to destroy. He says that what Beth did was cruel.
“I never thought I would hear this about you, Beth,” John tells his daughter, before adding that he is upset with her. He did not think that he could say that about himself. “It may be better to fight on my own. Maybe you should go somewhere if I do, ”says John. Beth answers, “Here is my home.” Before he left, he said, “It may be time to find someone else.” Beth never looked so shaken.
Beth shows up at the mansion. They watch Carter, Rip, and others in the distance. Walker saw her and came to the door to say that she looked sad. “I lost one thing I did for the rest of my life fighting for it,” says Beth. She asks him to sing a sad song for her. He goes to the kraals. She cries while playing and Rip sees her break up.
The story ends with Kayce walking with Mo and Rainwater. They take him to a place far away and let him do what he wants. This is a change for Kayce.