5 details you may have missed in the latest episode of ‘Yellowstone’

5 details you may have missed in the latest episode of 'Yellowstone'

Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) in
Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) in “Yellowstone” season five, episode four.

  • Warning: There are some spoilers ahead for ‘Yellowstone’ Season 5, Episode Four.
  • Insider breaks down a few small details you may have missed in Sunday’s episode, “Horses in Heaven.”
  • The episode sees Beth learning two big secrets as John reunites with his former flame, Summer.
At the beginning of the episode, there is an argument over the names which suggests that Sarah Atwood is using a fake one.

Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) in
Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) in “Yellowstone” season five, episode four.

At the beginning of the episode, we meet Beth (Kelly Reilly) following her arrest for aggravated assault. She’s sharing a cell with another woman, and we see the two swap stories about how they ended up in jail for the night.

Their conversation is cut short when an officer comes to pick up Beth as Jamie has turned up to post her bail. “Bethany Dutton?” he asks her, urging Beth to her feet.

“You don’t look like a Bethany,” comments the other inmate as Beth walks out. Beth tells her she’s not. “I’m a Beth,” she says with a smirk.

While it doesn’t seem like a major moment at first, the names and identities resurface at the end of the episode when Beth investigates Sarah Atwood (Dawn Olivieri) after catching her on a date with Jamie (Wes Bentley).

When she discovers that no record of Market Equities’ new advisor exists online, Beth draws the conclusion that she must be using a fake moniker. We’re still not entirely sure why and what Sarah’s true intentions are in Montana, but we know we can count on Beth to find out.

We learn more about the burial practices of the Broken Rock tribe in this episode.

Monica (Kelsey Asbille) and Kayce (Luke Grimes) bury their son John
Monica (Kelsey Asbille) and Kayce (Luke Grimes) bury their son John in “Yellowstone” season five, episode four.

Following the arrangements made in last week’s episode, Kayce (Luke Grimes) and Monica’s (Kelsey Asbille) son is buried in this episode in what turned out to be a traditional ceremony among Native Americans in the Broken Rock tribe.

Since the tribe is entirely fictional and based on several real Native American tribes, the particular customs or traditions they follow have not always been clear. However, in this episode, we see how they bury their dead.

Members of the tribe, including Monica’s family and Chief Thomas Rainwater (Gil Birmingham), are shown chanting prayers before Monica’s cut braided hair is placed over the coffin, which has been covered in an intricately designed bedspread .

However, the meaning behind their customs, especially the burial of a dead animal with the body, still leaves John, Rip and many others a little confused.

“My guess is the kid has something to ride to heaven,” Rip says when trying to figure out the importance of having the horse buried with the kid, prompting John to reply succinctly, “Horses to heaven.”

The show continues to shine a spotlight on country artists, this time using a song by singer-songwriter Zach Bryan.

Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) in
Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) in season five’s “Yellowstone,” episode four (top), and Zach Bryan, whose song was used during the cattle scene.

“The Good I’ll Do,” by the 26-year-old country star, can be heard during the montage in which Rip and the other ranch hands spend the day branding cattle and teaching young men how to be cowboys.

Bryan’s signature husky voice, mixing with classic folk tunes, made him a fast-rising star in the country music world. He only signed a record deal with Warner Records in 2021, via his Belting Broncos imprint, but he’s already been nominated for his first Grammy.

Getting the “Yellowstone” seal of approval is sure to boost Bryan’s career as it has done for so many artists before.

Until now, it hasn’t been clear how much time passed between the end of season four and the start of season five. But in this episode we learn that at least a year has passed.

Summer Higgins (Piper Perabo)
Summer Higgins (Piper Perabo) “Yellowstone” season five, episode four.

When John uses his power as governor to pardon Summer Higgins (Piper Perabo), she reveals how long it has been since she and John have seen each other.

“Just so you know, I just went a year without sex, which is the longest I’ve gone since the first time I did, and I’m still not fucking you,” she tells him when she gets the impression John wants to start over their romantic relationship.

Jamie should have known that when Sarah suggested the Deerfield Club for their “business” date they were likely to be busted by Beth.

Jamie Dutton (Wes Bentley) and Sarah Atwood (Dawn Olivieri) in
Jamie Dutton (Wes Bentley) and Sarah Atwood (Dawn Olivieri) in “Yellowstone” season five, episode four.

Viewers — and Jamie — should know by now that the Deerfield Club is one of Beth’s favorite clubs, so what was the likelihood that she too was there the night of her date with Sarah? We would say quite high.

Given that Beth also explicitly threatened to ruin Jamie’s life earlier in the episode when she found out he has a secret child, we have no idea why Jamie didn’t look over his shoulder a bit more.

That said, Jamie has never been able to outwit Beth, and in this case, he’s had quite a bit of a distraction from Sarah, who shamelessly flirts with him, leading the pair to sneak into a bathroom together.

It’s still not exactly clear what Sarah’s intentions are with Jamie, but given how eager he was to drop his defenses and jump into bed with her, we think he’ll have it wrapped around his finger soon.

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