‘Yellowstone’ Fans Offer Funny Suggestion If Show Changed Name

by Samantha Whidden
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With the show now in its fourth season, Yellowstone fans are now offering some pretty funny suggestions if Paramount ever changed the series’ name.

In the Yellowstone Reddit group, one fan hilariously stated that Yellowstone should be changed to JimmyStone. “Dude’s taken over the show and isn’t even at Yellowstone anymore,” the user, who suggested the name change, declared. Another fan also stated that they are invested in Jimmy trying to get his life together. “It’s been good to see his transformation. The show doesn’t need drama every scene.”

As fans then continued to chat about their name-changing ideas, one fan stated they wanted “Teeterstone” to become a thing. Another fan suggested that Jimmy is learning to cowboy during the show’s third season. “Ye, a few episodes in and he’s already doing the horse spinny thing to perfection,” one fan also explained. “And wrangling hot woman.”

In this week’s episode, viewers got to watch Jimmy graduate from 6666. According to Parade, 6666 is actually an upcoming spin-off for Yellowstone. Taylor Sheridan, the creator of the series, previously revealed, “The legacy of the 6666 Ranch and [former owner Anne Windfohr Marion’s] vision for the race are vital not only to the ranch itself but the rich heritage of ranching in Texas.”

Will Jefferson White’s Jimmy Star on ‘Yellowstone’ Spin Off Series ‘6666’

Parade reported earlier this month that while there haven’t been any casting announcements, the current rumor is that two Yellowstone characters may leave Montana and head to the Texas ranch. These characters are Jefferson White’s Jimmy and Ryan Bingham’s Walker. 

Meanwhile, 6666’s IMDb reveals that the ranch was founded when Comanches still ruled West Texas. It is claimed that no ranch in the U.S. is more “steeped” in the history of the West than the 6666. “The 6666 is where the rule of law and the laws of nature merge in a place where the most dangerous thing one does is the next thing.”

During a recent interview with CinemaBlend, White discussed his character’s future in the Yellowstone universe.  “[Jimmy] doesn’t really know where he’s head. He doesn’t know what his future is. He’s just trying to take it one day at a time. That’s pretty much how I feel. And I think that’s how Jimmy feels.”

White then explains that Jimmy’s whole life has been him being “buffered” around by forces that are “bigger” than him. “He got pulled onto the Yellowstone and was trying to keep up there. He got banished from the [ranch] to the 6666 and was trying desperately to keep up there. So I think he’s still getting pushed around by forces much larger than himself.”

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