Easily, one of the most beloved characters on Yellowstone is the hard to hear and always hilarious, Teeter. Jen Landon brings her to life on screen.
When Teeter isn’t mumbling a down-home colloquialism that no one has heard before, she is usually entertaining in some other form or fashion. While there are a lot of serious folks around the Dutton ranch… Teeter is not really one of them.
A lot of things go on at the ranch. However, without Teeter, the show would be missing out on something. Think about the poker table, what would become of those conversations? During a conversation on the Official Yellowstone Podcast, Landon talked about her character and a fantasy scene that she wants to happen one day.
“She’s not talking it out. I don’t think that has worked well for her in the past,” Landon said laughing about Teeter’s rough disposition. “Though I’ve had a fantasy of a scene that’s never been written in which Teeter just launches into a monologue one night, around the poker table. And it’s like, maybe a 45-second monologue. She gets really emotional, and nobody knows what she’s just revealed.”
After that interaction with Carter the other night at the poker table, a scene like the one Landon described would be hilarious. Just a very serious, turn of character moment. It can just be a one-off. Hopefully, the writers listen to her and get something put together. While Yellowstone has ended season 4, there’s always hope for the future.
Point blank, the show wouldn’t be the same without Teeter and without Jen Landon. Thankfully when she was brought onto the show, her team exaggerated her skills a bit.
‘Yellowstone’: Jen Landon Wasn’t As Experienced As Advertised
It has been some time now since Landon was brought onto the cast of Yellowstone. So, it’s safe to say she has learned the ropes and gotten along pretty well. However, when she was approached to do the show originally, her team lied a bit.
People say that you shouldn’t lie on your resume, however, it worked out for Landon. Her team exaggerated just how experienced she was on horseback. That’s a big part of the show. Despite being a little deceitful, it seems that everything has worked out. Fans love Teeter, the cast loves Teeter, and the Bunkhouse wouldn’t be the same without her.
Honestly, when it comes to lies, perhaps saying you had ridden a horse more than you actually had isn’t a huge sin. Just to make sure things like that didn’t happen on the cast of 1883, Taylor Sheridan made sure to put everyone through cowboy camp. No one went into that show without the proper experience of roping and riding.