There is some serious gunfire that looks like it will be a part of the Season 4, Episode 8 of Yellowstone on Sunday night.
The episode is titled No Kindness for the Coward. Outsiders, we get this glimpse of this scene from the show’s Instagram account. Right now, the question is just who did John Dutton hold at gunpoint in this preview?
So, the video of some scenes dropped in advance of the Sunday episode, so let’s take a look and see what’s going on here.
There is a quick glimpse of John, played by Kevin Costner, coming into what looks like a kitchen.
He’s apparently in the same space as Rip, played by Cole Hauser.
Based on that quick look, we really do not get a solid look at who John has in his crosshairs.
But his gun-toting activities come on the heels of last week’s Yellowstone episode where he announced his intentions to run for governor. Heck, John received the governor’s blessing while Jamie Dutton, played by Wes Bentley, ends up shocked at the turn of events.
Who did John aim his rifle at on Sunday night? Well, Outsiders, we’ll be able to find out once that episode runs on the Paramount Network.
‘Yellowstone’ Fans Air Their Thoughts About Gunfights In Season 4
There is little doubt that Yellowstone in its fourth season has offered a number of adrenaline rushes in its episodes.
Well, despite the entire season’s thrill ride, Yellowstone fans are still talking about the fourth season’s opening scenes.
Talk about some drama, folks.
There is a mix of solid acting, camera work, and a whale of a gunfight. Yellowstone fans more, more, more of the gunfights.
In a recent Reddit post, fans discuss their thirst for a Wild West shootout.
Could we get another major gunfight in the final three episodes? It’s a possibility and worthy of keeping an eye on these final episodes this season.
What happened in this first sequence? Kayce Dutton, a former Navy SEAL trained in combat, was at the centerpiece and knocked off the assailants before getting shot himself.
Well, Redditors sang the praises of the acting of Luke Grimes and the Yellowstone writing team’s work.
“Seriously, the best part of season four, so far, was the first 12 minutes of episode one,
a Reddit user says. “Kayce down! Kayce down!”
But not all Yellowstone fans share that feeling. Others went on to say that this wasn’t realistic and could have been done with more authenticity.
“Super unrealistic mag capacity too,” a Redditor writes. “Man, they can’t YouTube a video to see how fast a magazine runs out?”