In the sixth episode of Season 4 of ‘Yellowstone,’ Summer Higgins (Piper Perabo) is invited back to Yellowstone by John (Kevin Costner), but he doesn’t expect Beth’s (Kelly Reilly) response when she runs into her. Despite their dislike for each other, he stops along the road to save a calf with Summer watching… and even manages to flirt a little. For those curious about the Duttons’ attack, which sparked the season’s turmoil (now a distant memory), we confirm that Garrett Randall hired Riggins to carry it out. His logic, though, seems a bit strained, but we’ll get to that. The most interpersonal matchups this season were in Episode 6, which also hinted at more drama to come, including robbery on the reserve and more bloodshed in the bunkhouse. To know more know the recap for episode 6, Scroll below. Are Cowboys curious to discover about Yellowstone season 4 episode 7? So, everything you need to know about the new Yellowstone episode is right here (www.tvacute.com).
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 7 Spoilers
‘Keep the Wolves Close’ is the title of episode 7 of season 4 of ‘Yellowstone.’ The episode’s title implies that John and Kayce will take a step closer to identifying the adversary who ordered the attacks on them. When it comes to Jamie, he needs to understand that his father is a wolf at this point. They might ask Jamie what he learned from Riggins. Jamie’s attempts to conceal Garrett’s involvement will only raise suspicions against him. Additionally, Garrett may try to smear the Duttons’ reputation by accusing them of stealing the horses. The troubles in Kayce and Monica’s marriage may derail their seemingly idyllic lives at their new home. There’s still a lot to take in from “I Want to Be Him,” too. However, we can’t help but ponder what it means for Avery (Tanaya Beatty) to return to Yellowstone.
On the other side, as revealed in the sixth episode, Rip and Beth may begin finalizing their wedding plans. We are expected to hear more about Teeter and Laramie’s future, which appears to be away from the ranch for the time being. So, what are your options? Because we’re just halfway through episode 7, We feel this episode will serve to build up and prepare you for some bigger surprises later on.
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 7 Promo
Yellowstone Episode 407 Synopsis: John is put in an awkward position by Governor Perry; Carter works to earn back Beth’s trust; Jamie is in for a big surprise.
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 7 Release Date
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 7 will release on December 12 at 8:00 p.m. ET on Paramount Network and the CMT website. Yellowstone is not yet available on Netflix. However, if you have a current Hulu + Live TV subscription, you may watch Yellowstone Season 4 live or on-demand. Yellowstone Seasons 1, 2, and 3 are now available to watch on the new Peacock streaming service. Peacock plans start at $4.99 per month. Season 4 of Yellowstone will not be available until 2022 when it airs on Paramount Network. Additionally available at various costs through Amazon Prime Video, Sling, Philo, FuboTV, YouTubeTV, Google Play, Vudu, Direct TV Stream, and iTunes.
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 6 Recap
Jimmy starts out at the Four Sixes Ranch, learning the ropes slowly. A little girl learns that her family’s horses have been taken from the Broken Rock Reservation. Chief Rainwater asks Kayce to find the horses. Summer welcomes Beth to John’s cottage. Then John comes in and says they spent the night together. Summer is intimidated by Beth’s presence at breakfast. Kayce and Monica complete their new home purchase and begin unpacking. Summer follows John to town. A calf isolated from the herd needs John’s attention. Summer gains a glimpse of John’s perspective through the encounter. She goes alone, while John returns to the ranch to work. Assaulting the Duttons is Jamie’s latest prank. Instead of staying at the bunkhouse, Lloyd visits Carter. Walker gets along with the other ranch hands when the senior ranch hand returns to the bunkhouse. Enraged, he smashes Walker’s guitar and they verbally spar.
Walker is stabbed by Lloyd with a knife. Mia leaves the bunkhouse and takes to the road. At the bunkhouse, Rip and John ponder how to handle Walker’s injuries. John advises Rip to let the men battle it out and make a show of the victor. Finale: John makes amends by restoring the no-girls rule. In the morning, Rip asks Teeter and Laramie to leave the bunkhouse. John appears to be planning to evict one of Lloyd and Walker as well. Both men are fatigued after their fight. Lloyd, whose nasty temper triggered it all, survives. Rip must rematch Lloyd. To anyone considering disobeying the ranch’s rules, it acts as a warning. Ultimately, John does not exclude Lloyd or Walker from the club. So the men’s fight helps them get over their hate. These two men find up understanding one other through arguing. And it gives the audience a classic Western beatdown to enjoy as well. A wise John influences Carter, who aspires to be like the Dutton patriarch.