“Yellowstone” actress Jen Landon, who plays Teeter on the show, has posted a GIF to Instagram along with an explanation of why she’s glad Rip (Cole Hauser) decided to hire Teeter at the ranch.
The GIF shows Rip saying, “She’s perfect. Trust me. Hire her,” as Teeter then tips her baseball cap and starts to get down off her horse.
“I’m really glad Rip hired Teeter on @yellowstone, so that she didn’t show up on @mostwantedcbs as Tali’s riding instructor and Jess’…love interest?!?” Landon posted Tuesday. “#yellowstonetv #fbimostwanted #cowboyup.”
On ‘FBI: Most Wanted,’ Landon Plays Sarah Allen
Teeter would probably be a fish out of water on “FBI: Most Wanted.” And in fact, it is not Teeter but Landon herself who is showing up on “FBI: Most Wanted” in that role. Sarah Allen is Tali’s (Yaya Gosselin) riding instructor and a potential love interest for Special Agent Jess LaCroix (Julian McMahon), Tali’s dad. Landon will be trading Teeter’s pink hair, ripped denim and baseball cap for more refined duds when she plays Allen.
But what does that mean for “Yellowstone”? Is show co-creator and writer Taylor Sheridan going to kill Teeter off? Not necessarily.
As Cinema Blend points out, Landon’s role on “FBI: Most Wanted” is a recurring one. So while it’s hardly minor, it’s also not a central protagonist’s role. And it won’t exert the same demands on her schedule as a permanent role would.
Meanwhile, “Yellowstone” Season 4 has long since wrapped filming in Montana, leaving Landon free to pursue other projects.
How Will ‘Yellowstone’ Transition to ‘6666’?
On Reddit, “Yellowstone” fans have been speculating about how “Yellowstone” will manage the transition to one of its two spinoffs, “6666.” (The other spinoff is “Y:1883.”)
We already know that Jimmy (Jefferson White) and Walker (Ryan Bingham) will appear on “6666.” But like Teeter, both ranch hands are branded, meaning they’re tied to the Dutton ranch pretty much permanently. So what could happen to the Dutton ranch that would free them of their obligation to stay?
Some fans speculated that Season 4 would be the final season of “Yellowstone” and would end with the Duttons selling their ranch, after all. But that would seem to contradict what Sheridan said in an interview last year.
In July of 2020, Sheridan told Deadline that he could see the show continuing for two more seasons beyond Season 4. He said he’s got the series’ overarching plot all planned out, and he already knows how “Yellowstone” ends.
“Yellowstone” fans will just have to watch to find out what Sheridan has in store for their favorite characters. And with the June premiere fast approaching, they won’t have much longer to wait.