“Let’s Go to Work.”
So says Yellowstone‘s own Teeter, Jen Landon, ahead of Season 4, Episode 10. The finale is upon us, and the fan-favorite actor is celebrating with a phenomenal shot of the Dutton Ranch crew. Behold, courtesy of Landon’s official Instagram:
From left to right, we have: Ryan Bingham as Walker, Hassie Harrison as Laramie, Jen Landon as Teeter, Ian Bohen as Ryan. Eden Brolin joins as Mia, With Ethan Lee and Jake Ream as their characters of the same name. And rounding out this glorious cast photo is Landon’s own on-screen fling, Denim Richards as Colby.
It’s that on-screen fling that’s responsible for much of Yellowstone‘s lighter moments, too. Through Colby and Teeter, viewers get a reprieve from the harsh realities of the show that even their characters can’t escape – something both actors are wildly thankful for.
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“Taylor was really excited about Jen. Rightfully so. She’s such a great artist,” Denim Richards told Outsider in our recent interview. “I think it was halfway maybe through Season 2, or something of that nature. And I remember we were coming out of doing a bunkhouse scene. And Taylor was there. He said, ‘Denim, you got to see this.’”
And there on Sheridan’s phone was Landon’s audition tape. Richards, however, says he was “really confused” by what he was seeing, and how Sheridan was so excited about it.
“And I was like, ‘But you can’t understand anything that she’s saying in the audition! Usually, the mode of a successful audition is how articulate you’re able to be.’ But Taylor is like, ‘No, that’s the whole point.’ I was like, ‘Okay.’”
Sheridan then told the Colby actor “She’s going to poke you and prod you and all these other things. I’m like, ‘All right, cool.’ So it was something that I knew about maybe a year before.”
And once Jen Landon officially joined the Yellowstone cast, “It was very exciting just to be able to see her, to see development, obviously to seek Colby’s opportunity, to do some different things that have a little bit more autonomy,” Richards offers.
“And for the audience to kind of get to know his character a little bit more. Especially in such a different way, other than kind of the interaction with all the other men that are in the bunkhouse. So it’s been such an exciting and very, very big opportunity to really kind of ad-lib some things as well,” he adds.
We couldn’t agree more. Here’s to another season (or six) of Jen Landon as Teeter via Taylor Sheridan’s Yellowstone.