‘Yellowstone’ Fans Are Freaking Out About This Montage of Beth and Rip’s Relationship

by Jacklyn Krol
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Prepare to get emotional with this Yellowstone montage of Beth and Rip’s relationship. Did you grab the tissues?

The Montage

The twelve-minute video shows why Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) and Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) are the best couple. The montage begins with Wheeler and Dutton cracking a joke about a spider and her web. While things get hot and heavy, Wheeler invites Dutton to a music festival. Her response? He ruins everything. The good news is that their relationship only went up from there.

Their first “date” was getting drunk and watching wolves kill an elk in the park. “I’ve done some morbid s–t on the first date, but this takes the cake, Rip,” she teased. Dutton was ready to kiss him and proceeded to fake him out. She instead went running and screaming towards the wolves. Who could forget that iconic scene?

Watch the incredible video, below.

A ‘Yellowstone’ Love Story

What would the show be without drama, romance, and action? The scene then shows Dutton and Wheeler “christening” the new home. Dutton purposefully spilled a shot on her chest and the rest is history.

Want to know what true love is? Sitting watching someone else eat the food that you made them. “You’re not eating,” she questioned. “Beth I ate hours ago, think I’ll just watch you.”

Perhaps one of the most memorable and sweet moments of their relationship is when they were alone on the ranch. Dutton suggested that they run naked through the woods. Instead, Wheeler took her hip and began slow dancing with her.

One of their most quotable and relatable scenes in the show’s history is when Wheeler “The only reason I don’t bring up tomorrow with you Beth is because every f–king time I do, you run away,” he said. “I look at every day with you as a gift. My tomorrows are, well they’re all yours. There is no word I’d rather call you.”

Did the video miss any fan-favorite moments? Let us know.

Yellowstone will return with Season 4 in 2021 on Paramount Network.

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