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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: SamOlson] #14780987 04/13/20
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Originally Posted by SamOlson
That was some crazy chit!

You don't brand the hired help Sam?


Theyre creepy bastards that are feeling you out. If all goes right, yall strike up a confidence and next thing you know youre at his house, in his cistern being fattened up so he can make a ladysuit out of you.
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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15047443 07/13/20
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I knew there was a thread on here about it.

Wife and kids got me the first 2 seasons for Father's Day. Watched them, and are now staying current on season 3. Love it. As mentioned before, the soundtrack alone is badass!!!

Yes, you have to suspend reality and just enjoy it for what it is. A fictional TV show. Entertainment.

The gal that plays the indian wife of the son is the hottest chick on there hands down.

The most ironic part that I find the most hilarious, is that with all the retarded indian bullchit they peddle, they couldn't find one hot enough to play her part lol.

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15047604 07/13/20
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The new gal, Tweeter or Teeter, worst southern accent EVER.


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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: BillyGoatGruff] #15047681 07/13/20
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Originally Posted by BillyGoatGruff
I knew there was a thread on here about it.

Wife and kids got me the first 2 seasons for Father's Day. Watched them, and are now staying current on season 3. Love it. As mentioned before, the soundtrack alone is badass!!!

Yes, you have to suspend reality and just enjoy it for what it is. A fictional TV show. Entertainment.

The gal that plays the indian wife of the son is the hottest chick on there hands down.

The most ironic part that I find the most hilarious, is that with all the retarded indian bullchit they peddle, they couldn't find one hot enough to play her part lol.


To my ears the intro soundtrack for Yellowstone sounds VERY similar to that of the now canceled TV series, Tyrant.




Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: MadMooner] #15047713 07/13/20
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Originally Posted by MadMooner
The new gal, Tweeter or Teeter, worst southern accent EVER.



Probably from Louisiana.... eek


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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: MadMooner] #15047723 07/13/20
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Originally Posted by MadMooner
The new gal, Tweeter or Teeter, worst southern accent EVER.



Hoping her titties make an appearance.

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: joken2] #15047729 07/13/20
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Originally Posted by joken2

Originally Posted by BillyGoatGruff
I knew there was a thread on here about it.

Wife and kids got me the first 2 seasons for Father's Day. Watched them, and are now staying current on season 3. Love it. As mentioned before, the soundtrack alone is badass!!!

Yes, you have to suspend reality and just enjoy it for what it is. A fictional TV show. Entertainment.

The gal that plays the indian wife of the son is the hottest chick on there hands down.

The most ironic part that I find the most hilarious, is that with all the retarded indian bullchit they peddle, they couldn't find one hot enough to play her part lol.


To my ears the intro soundtrack for Yellowstone sounds VERY similar to that of the now canceled TV series, Tyrant.








I can see that. With my ear.

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: BillyGoatGruff] #15047744 07/13/20
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Originally Posted by BillyGoatGruff
Originally Posted by MadMooner
The new gal, Tweeter or Teeter, worst southern accent EVER.



Hoping her titties make an appearance.



Got curious. Holy heck that's Michael Landon's daughter.

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15047863 07/13/20
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Wife read the Outlander series then we found out it was on Starz. Starting watching a couple weeks ago. Hooked.


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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15047871 07/13/20
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I got my fill of the son’s wife and her white bashing, suppose every program has to have an element of PC politics.

Only Rip can tame that nasty daughter! 😁







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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15048083 07/14/20
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I thought Sunday’s episode of Rip running over the motorcycles and beating the crap out of them was funny as hell.

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tealblue] #15048093 07/14/20
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Originally Posted by Tealblue
Originally Posted by watch4bear
Like the walking dead, started good, then went to chit



I've noticed that most long running series seem to go to hell right around season 4.

Most "good ideas" aren't deep enough to last.

I never watched much tv over the last decades so I had plenty of opportunity to binge on many. I agree the shows start getting screwy about the fourth season. I have a ton that I just stopped watching after 3 or 4 seasons.


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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15048132 07/14/20
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Its boring as HELL.


Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15048146 07/14/20
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As far as a TV show goes it's not bad. Hubert must have a low IQ. He probably watches the View.

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15048187 07/14/20
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I binged-watched the first season or two at a friend’s house in Great Falls last year. The punch sounds dubbed in are a bit much.

Hard to figure that so many guys with so much going for em would accept the zero sum life as a ranch hand as presented in the show; no wives/girlfriends no kids, no lives of their own

I expect guys get branded under various circumstances for various reasons, it’s such an obvious thing to do, after all I seen a biker once with “Harley-Davidson” tattooed across his forehead, and I’ve seen Black fraternity member with a fraternity brand on his forearm.

Coolest thing I’ve seen along those lines was in South Dakota, a young man, early twenties, with four sets of Sundance scars on his chest.


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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15048214 07/14/20
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No offense but his chitshow is a fuucking joke.


I'd have to get kicked in the head by a goddddamn horse before I could sit down and actually be entertained by this nonsense.
(I have no use for hollywood to begin with so it's no surprise)


LAME....


Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: broomd] #15048227 07/14/20
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Originally Posted by broomd
Originally Posted by Burleyboy
I started watching homeland and I'm liking it.

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The show starts pretty decent, but hang on, you'll ultimately hate it.

About halfway into that series Claire Daines turns into a biotch literally off her meds, and that lunacy drones on and on. Awful!
That nonsense completely ruined an otherwise interesting show.


Is that the daughter? Daines?

They were binge broadcasting it last month. Saw a bunch
Meh, wouldn't go outta my way for it.
Agree on the music and the scenery.

It might be accurate on what you sign up for if you latch up with a rich ranchers daughter ....


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Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: OldmanoftheSea] #15048332 07/14/20
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I have been watching it since it started and I find it interesting, but nothing to write home about. I certainly know that it is not realistic or believable.

I would ,however ,watch it before I would Ellen or the View,

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15048358 07/14/20
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It`s the same hollywood trash that is bashed on here. I don`t need that brought into my living room.

Re: Yellowstone - The TV Show [Re: Tarkio] #15048372 07/14/20
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Tough crowd here. If this were centuries ago, they'd probably pick apart Shakespeare.

It's just entertainment. I prefer it to so-called action movies, or special effects fantasies. T&A always a plus.

To each his own.

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