The hit Paramount Network series “Yellowstone” is off to a fantastic start as fans are eating up season four like never before.
To give you an idea of just how popular “Yellowstone” is, the first episode of season four saw more than 8 million viewers tune in. The return of “Yellowstone” means the return of another popular segment among fans of the show. “Tales From the Bunkhouse” sees actors from the show join together to talk about the most recent episodes. The show typically features actors Jefferson White (Jimmy), Denim Richards (Colby) and Ian Bohen (Ryan). The bunkhouse crew shares stories from behind the scenes as well as discusses what took place in front of the camera. It is an entertaining bit that a lot of “Yellowstone” fans really enjoy watching. You can always count on the sort segment to provide a few laughs as well.
This was certainly the case in the most recent “Stories From the Bunkhouse” episode. Hoping to have a little fun with watchers, the bunkhouse crew pretends there is a live audience watching the show. Of course, there is no live audience but the actors got a good laugh out of everyone.
As you can see, the bunkhouse boys are having a little fun with “Yellowstone” fans by pretending there is an audience present.
“Alright, ladies and gentlemen — we want to thank you for being here,” Richards says to no one in particular. “This is our first edition of ‘Stories From the Bunkhouse’ with a live studio audience. Can we have just a moment to take it in?”
The camera peels back to reveal there is no actual audience in attendance. Jefferson and Ian, also in on the gag, laugh as Richards pretends to talk to an audience.
‘Yellowstone’ Bunkhouse Drama Heats Up
It’s been an eventful start to the fourth season for the bunkhouse crew. They began the season by fighting off attackers attempting to take out the Dutton Family. They easily dispose of the attackers and do away with their bodies and any other evidence.
Inside the Bunkhouse, things grow tense between Lloyd and Walker over buckle bunny Laramie. Tempers boil over and the two fight as the crew looks on. Rip Wheeler breaks up the fight but then pummels Lloyd, his best friend on the ranch. Judging by the most recent episode, Lloyd still has plenty to say about the matter.
Elsewhere, it seems we may have seen the last of Jimmy in the “Yellowstone” bunkhouse. After breaking his word to John Dutton about participating in the rodeo, Jimmy is sent packing. He now finds himself at the Four Sixes Ranch in Texas where he will try to become a real cowboy.
“Yellowstone” fans hope we get to see more of the bunkhouse crew as the season rolls along.