From Acres a’plenty to the Zap of Rip Wheeler’s taser, relive the best this iconic show has to offer as Paramount walks us through “Yellowstone A to Z.”
You’ll know immediately if you’re an Outsider if this prompt has you as curious as we are. No show has captivated modern outdoors folk quite like Yellowstone, and Paramount Network knows it. The cast, the scenery, the action – Yellowstone has it all. So much so, in fact, that they’re able to walk us through the 26 letters of the alphabet in perfect Dutton fashion.
“Let’s be honest. This is the only version of the alphabet you need,” Paramount Network lauds of their latest Yellowstone feature. We’ll take that bet and dive right in.
“This ranch… it ain’t like no place you ever worked…” Ryan Bingham’s Walker shakes his head. The introductory quote – as all fans of the show know – hits the nail on the head. What follows is a hysterical recounting of Yellowstone history from A to Z. Kicking off with A for Acres sets the mood, as Rip & Lloyd survey the gorgeous lands of Montana.
“Nothin’ prettier on this earth,” Lloyd says. “Free as a man can be,” John Dutton replies from a separate scene. Oh yes, this is going to be good.
‘Yellowstone’ Perfectly Recounts Series From A to Z
Die-hard Yellowstone fans can surely guess what B conjures next. Nope, not Beth Dutton. What else but the Bunkhouse Boys.
“So just to clarify… Colby’s mom… that’s a cougar?” Jimmy asks his fellow bunkers in the hilarious follow-up.
“That’ll be the last time you ever refer to my mom as a cougar,” Colby responds with a smirk, before roping the young troublemaker. Man, does this make you want to re-watch the entire series, or what? And we’re only two letters in!
Cowboy Pokers… Dutton Dining Table… Explosions… We’ll let you discover the rest for yourself, as it’s too priceless not to. Watch “Yellowstone A to Z” below for 26 reminders why you love this modern Western as much as we do:
Let’s be honest. This is the only version of the alphabet you need. Season 4 of Yellowstone, cable’s No. 1 drama, returns in 2021 on Paramount Network.Paramount Network
What an excellent 3 minutes and 44 seconds. Bless you for your fine, dirty entertainment, Yellowstone. We’ll be here for every second of it. Stick with your fellow fans at Outsider.com for all the latest from our favorite show.