‘Yellowstone’ Star Cole Hauser’s New ‘Happy Friday’ Pic Will Start Your Weekend Right

by Leanne Stahulak
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“Yellowstone” star Cole Hauser is kicking off this weekend Rip Wheeler-style, with a fresh new photo of our favorite cowboy.

Hauser took to Instagram to share this photo of Rip. We see him standing outside a bar with a bunch of motorcycles around it. His hands rest in his pockets, and he looks off into the distance. It’s hard to be 100% sure if this is an older photo from a previous season or a sneak peek of a scene to come in Season 4.

It could be from “Yellowstone” Season 2 when Rip and the other ranch hands mess up a bar after several patrons beat up the cowboys. The ranch hands come back with a bull and let it loose inside the bar.

Or maybe Rip will be paying someone a visit in a future episode. We know it’s only a matter of time until he gets revenge for the Duttons on whoever ordered and executed the attack on them. Plus whoever burned down Rip’s cabin.

In the meantime, “Yellowstone” fans should soak in this Rip pic as we prepare for a new episode this coming Sunday.

“Happy Friday to ya! Enjoy the weekend 🍻,” Hauser captioned the post.

Many fans appreciated the “Happy Friday” comment from their favorite “Yellowstone” star. “Well hell, Friday just got way better💥,” one fan commented on the post.

“Happy Friday Cole! Can’t wait to see what kinda s–t Rip gets into this weekend,” another person said.

“Happy Friday to you as well! Waiting impatiently for Sunday 😎🙌🤘,” someone else wrote.

Maybe this will finally be the episode where we find out who was behind the Season 3 finale attacks.

‘Yellowstone’ Stars Cole Hauser, Kevin Costner, Brecken Merrill, Honor Veterans

Yesterday, the nation celebrated our American veterans in honor of Veterans Day. And the cast of “Yellowstone” took to their social media accounts to celebrate our national heroes too.

Cole Hauser posted a photo of the American flag with the words, “Veterans Day: Remember all who served” superimposed over it. He wrote in his caption, “From my family to all of yours. We thank you for all that you have given to protecting our freedoms and the many freedoms around the world. God bless!”

John Dutton actor Kevin Costner posted a special tribute to veterans in the form of a song called “The Angels Came Down” by his band Modern West.

“Honoring those who have served and currently serve our nation. Our song ‘The Angels Came Down’ was written in memory of our fallen soldiers. I hope you take a moment to reflect on it today,” Costner tweeted along with a link to the song.

Brecken Merrill, who plays young Tate on the show, posted special pictures of his family members who served in the military.

“Happy Veterans Day to all you servicemen and women!” Merrill wrote on Instagram. “Thank you for your service. Today I’m recognizing my great-great-grandfather Charles ‘Doc’ Dambacher (WWI-not pictured) my Papa Dambacher (WWII) my Grandpa Wayne (Vietnam) and my Nana and Papa Bob (Desert Storm). My Nana and Papa Bob have serviced in both the Army and the Navy.”

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