here‘s what to expect on this night‘s episode of ‘Yellowstone’
Sunday night‘s episode of “Yellowstone” teases a tragedy on the Duttons’ livestock branding ride.
The preview for episode six, titled “Cigarettes, Whiskey, a Meadow and Fog,” starts with John Dutton (Kevin Costner) sharing a private moment along with his youngest son, Kayce (Luke Grimes).
“we will promote it, son. we are able to bottle it up and sell it,” John says searching round and taking in the breathtaking beauty of the Montana mountains.
Beth (Kelly Reilly) is similarly feeling sentimental. The trailer cuts to her and her husband Rip (Cole Hauser) using thru a forested place, before dismounting and sitting down for a talk.
“I should live here and in no way see some other man or woman in my complete lifestyles except you,” she sweetly tells him as he gazes at her adoringly.
back at the ranch, summer time (Piper Perabo) is seen heeding Beth’s recommendation and exploring the Dutton land. We see her come upon the family cemetery where a number of the graves date lower back to the latter half of the nineteenth century. We see closeups of a number of the headstones, along with a weathered one bearing the call Margaret Dutton, a call to be able to be acquainted to viewers of the spinoff prequel collection “1883.”
but, the camera lingers on every other that is in some distance better shape, suggesting it belongs to a Dutton descendant that surpassed now not as lengthy ago. The call at the grave is persistence Dutton, a deceased member of the family visitors have not begun to study.
Soaking in the long history of the ranch, summer exclaims, “This own family‘s been right here that long,” to which Monica (Kelsey Asbille), the handiest other person who has been left in the back of from the ride, responds: “after I say we supply the whole thing to this land…”
it is clear that summer time idea she was by myself, and, upon listening to Monica’s words, spins around, startled. The preview then cuts returned to the livestock branding expedition where the cowboys are visible herding their errant farm animals.
We then pay attention the quit of Monica’s sentence: “I do suggest the whole lot.”
In quick succession, we get a shot of an air ambulance descending, John galloping with a involved appearance on his face, and then the patriarch cradling a person in his palms. The character is sobbing into his shoulder, that means their face is obscured but from their hairstyle, we suspect it may be both Tate (Brecken Merrill) or Carter (Finn Little).