‘Yellowstone’ TV: Is Rip Going to Have to Convince Beth to Keep the Ranch?

by Thad Mitchell
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We are now just weeks away from the glorious return of one of our favorite shows — the Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone.”

With the premiere date now a short ways away, fans of “Yellowstone” are trying to get in their last theories and guesses on what might happen in season four. With the show on hiatus, “Yellowstone” fans turned to the internet to get the modern western drama fix. Social media is popping with fans of the show speculating on how the new season will play out. Internet forum sites like Reddit have entire message boards dedicated to nothing but “Yellowstone” talk. Though we are getting closer by the day to the show’s return, fans are burning up the time by discussing their favorite show.

A lot of this “Yellowstone” discussion centers around two of the series’ most popular characters — Rip Wheeler and Beth Dutton. While there is plenty to sort through before we get to this point, the couple has wedding bells in their future. Rip and Beth got engaged last season and fans want nothing more than an authentic “Yellowstone” Ranch wedding for the couple. While that may or may not happen in the future, there are other dynamics within this relationship — chief among them is the future of the ranch. It is possible that Rip and Beth won’t see eye to eye on what to do with the ranch, as pointed out in a recent Reddit thread.

“Beth was very adamant that she wants to be rid of the ranch even to the point that she would give it to either Jayme or Kayce,” a Redditor points out. “Since Rip loves the ranch so much, do you think she would change her mind and want to keep the ranch after John eventually passes away?”

‘Yellowstone’ Ranch’s Future Could Be in Hands of Rip and Beth

It’s an interesting question to ponder as we approach the premiere of the fourth season. It is possible that Rip and Beth are at odds on what to do with the ranch once John Dutton passes. Could this cause a rift in their relationship in the future?

“I see Rip as perfectly content working on the ranch,” another “Yellowstone” fan says. “I don’t think he would want to own it. He’s a simple man who seeks a simple life. A life with Beth, a roof over his head and food to eat are all he needs. Beth doesn’t want to own it.”

The Rip and Beth dynamic will be worth keeping an eye on for the upcoming new season. Thankfully, that new season will arrive on November 7, just a few short weeks away. Hang in there “Yellowstone” fans — the long wait for a brand new season will be ending soon and we will (Hopefully) have answers to our burning questions.

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