The season four premiere of Yellowstone immediately hits the difficult cliffhanger of the final season. John Dutton uses his blood to write a message on the ground identifying his sniper vehicle. In contrast, Kayce can use grenades to harass his attackers and shoot outside his office. Singing and restless, Beth survived a bomb explosion at Schwartz & Meyer when rescuers gathered in front of their building. Rip finds John dying on the street and gives Case one last message to rush him to the hospital. Kayce uses her father’s blood testimony to track down armed men, resulting in a fire that kills all culprits, but Kayce shoots himself.
The killer also breaks into Dutton’s house to get Monica and Tate out. Monica fights valiantly and the wild rejection of the mother who protects her children. Still, Tate takes up arms and kills the man in what is perhaps the most traumatic episode. Rip takes the indifferent John to the hospital, hoping it won’t be too late to save his life, but finds his cottage wholly burned down. The thugs fight bitterly with other killers who have tried to break into Yellowstone. However, Jimmy is still lying motionless on the ground after the horse follows him. If the title is played, the Yellowstone crew defeated the masked assassins. Still, it is unclear whether John, Kayce, and Jimmy survived.
Looking back at 1893, the episode shows the first Dutton settlers encounter a group of Native Americans who recently made camp in the requested land. The group has come to ask for permission to bury a member of their tribe on the ground they owned. Dutton’s family have compassion, grant permission, and offer the group a calf to help the group out the tough To survive winter. The flashback sets the stage for subsequent ritual discoveries on earth. It shows the Yellowstone pre-series, which Paramount + will release shortly.
Going back to the current schedule, John wakes up in the hospital to see Beth, who is mostly recovering from the bomb. He reveals that the doctors said John would never wake up, but he is shocked when the doctors try to get him back to sleep so that he doesn’t get hurt again. Beth goes smoking and meets a boy in the hospital to see his father die of heroin addiction. He offers the child advice, plenty of sober languages, and snuff before discovering that he is only 14 years old. Since no one follows the baby to his father’s funeral, Beth takes him to greet him and tries to comfort him in a friendly way to lay the foundation for one of Beth’s first genuinely human relationships.
Meanwhile, a casino guest brags about helping organize an attack on Dutton’s family. Chief Rainwater compares the attack to violence against his people and prompts the player to step in until all information available to him has been disclosed and identified as responsible for the attack. Mo takes on this task and pulls the man behind his horse until he is bleeding and begging for death.
As John prepares to leave the hospital and recover on his farm, he sees Jimmy in physical therapy with Mia. He discovers that Jimmy was injured in a fall from a horse, breaking John’s word not to ride. . Rodeo now. After an ambulance ride home, he encounters a hospital bed and a nurse who doesn’t match the Yellowstone aesthetic. John quickly throws away the medical equipment and staff before sitting down with Beth to discuss the attack’s aftermath, unsure of what exactly happened and what was removed. At that moment, Kayce rises from her hiding place in the fields in a ghillie suit and finally reveals that all the buttons survived the attack.
But there is another little brother who is ignored. Beth goes to Jamie’s attorney general’s office believing that he was the one who ordered the attack and was responsible for the kidnapping of her family. He reveals that Jamie has never visited his father in the hospital and throws a mousetrap in his face. Jamie denies Beth’s claims, saying she insisted.