The Best Yellowstone, Season 4, Episode 2 Quotes

- What in the...
- Oh, goddam it. Are you trying to die?

- Buffalo?
- Yeah.
- It's got painting on it.
- Ho-ho, hey, ha! Look at this!
- Damn.
- Oh, shit.
- Hold up.
- Hold up. Get up on out of there.
- We need to call this in.

- What do you say?
- You should try it. Might surprise you.
- The kid sure likes it.
- The kid?
- Mm-hmm.
- What kid, Beth?
- I think he might be our kid, baby.

- Don't think that you deserve it.
- You don't deserve it.
- And you never will.
- You don't deserve it?
- No one deserves it.
- All right. Come on.

- Bed, water.
- Good night.
- What about a bathroom?
- Here you go.
- Get up. Let's go.

John: You can go on home, sonny. I'll come back when I'm God damn good and ready. And if I don't, you just bury me where you find me.

- Great.
- Let's try the right hand, now.
- Better today.
- That's really good, Jimmy.
- All right.
- Now for the tough stuff.

- This, uh...
- This makes you happy, don't it?
- It does.
- Want to know why?
- Cause you got a mean streak like a fucking badger.
- Here, have some more.

- Fuck you.
- Get out of my truck.
- Get the fuck out.
- Get out of here.
- Fuckin' smell it.
- Word of advice?
- Rob a second home, not a ranch.
- Maybe you won't get fucking shot.

- You know, there's a decent chance I'm gonna come unstitched and fall in a dozen pieces on the ground right in front of you.
- Just letting you know in advance it ain't your fault.
- Lord.
- Here we go.

John: Where's your dad now?
Carter: Polluting the dirt they buried him in.
John: Shit. Just like you, huh?
Rip: Yessir.

- and you stop living in someone else's.
- Write up the offer.
- I heard yellowstone was breaking up, but here you are buying more.
- That's what I get for listening to the buzzards at the diner.
- I'm not buying this for the yellowstone.
- I'm buying this for me.

- Whoa.
- Come on, boy.

- I gotta tell him? All right.
- Boy. Get your shit and get out of my house.
- Let's go.
- Sorry, kid. We gave it our best shot.
- I don't know where to go.
- You got four choices. Pick a direction.

- I was pretty certain that you'd dropped him off on the highway somewhere.
- Oh, I did, honey.
- Smells good in here.
- Hamburger helper.
- Made with hamburger this time.

- But sometimes good men have to do real bad things.
- Doesn't change who you are.
- I just want to be really clear about what you're asking.
- I ain't asking anything.
- I'm telling ya we're gonna kill 'em.
- We're gonna kill every goddamn one of 'em.

- Man: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey!
- Jimmy's back, sir.
- Hmm?
- Jimmy's back.
- Is that the word?
- Mm-hmm.
- We'll be back.
- Okay, all right.
Mia: Good job.

- and what-do-you-know, the bunkhouse already has one.
- That's how dangerous your job is.
- You need to think about that.
Jimmy: Wait, you called the ranch?
- Who did you talk to?
- What did they say?
- Said they were sending a car.
- What's the matter, baby?
- Why aren't you happy?

- There'll be no stealing, you understand me?
- If I catch you stealing you are fucking gone.
- You hear me?
- Yeah.
- All right, come on.

- Where?
- Where cowboying was invented.
- And if those boys can't make one out of you, you weren't meant to be one.
- I'm sorry, Jimmy.
- It wasn't my decision.

- Owner died. Left it to his kids.
- One kid wants to keep it, one doesn't.
- One can't afford to buy the other out, you know the deal.
- Horses and cattle may be how the west was won, but death and taxes is how we're gonna lose it.
- No doubt about that.

[Laughs] I ain't sleeping.
- I'm gonna sit in that chair until the morning and then I'm going to run your ass into town.
- Can he at least finish whatever we're calling this?
- Sure, why not.
- Here. Here you go.
- Eat up.

- Goodnight, kid.
- Boy, you sure out-kicked your coverage with that one.
- All right, you little shit.
- Come on, I got a place for you.
- Come on, get up.
- Hey. Easy, or you're going to get hurt.

Kayce: You're not supposed to be ridin', neither.
John: He said, "No driving." He never mentioned nothin' about horses.
Kayce: Well, I promise you that horses are on the list of things that you shouldn't drive.
John: You got shot. You're on a horse.
Kayce: I only got shot twice.
John: Well then you win the gettin'-shot-least award, Kayce.

- Cause that would make a splash.
- When you jump in the pool for me, Travis, you do a cannonball.
- I'll do it. Cannonball it is.
- Hey, that, uh, bald-faced cow?
- The one with the white belly's good, Corey?

- Schwartz and meyer owns half the land on the north side of the yellowstone.
- You shouldn't pick a fight with the bigger bear, Beth.
- You co-own the land, Bob.
- You gotta read the fine print, Bob.
- I'm the bigger bear.

Rip: This looks good, sweetie.
- Yeah, I think I got this whole cooking thing figured out.
- Oh, yeah? Let me see.
- Mmm.
- That's good.

- Can you ride?
- Can you rope?
- You see that bag in the field?
- Go ahead and take your backpack off.
- I want you to run out there and
- I want you to grab it for me.
- And just bring it back. Go ahead.

- You can see how that worked out for him.
- What are you going to do with him?
- Well, I was going to put him in foster care but he, uh... he claims that you're his guardian.
- I'm his what?
- That's what he says.

- Yes, ma'am.
- How long before Mr. Rainwater files a lawsuit to stop our build?
- I expect a subpoena by the end of the week.
- We'll start with him, then.
- Uh, Mr. Rainwater has been unwilling to negotiate.
- Unwilling to negotiate with you.

- A future.
- That's his future.
- The world's lucky if it's drugs that send him to prison and not murder, or something worse.
- Look, it's a horrible thing to say, but the best thing for this world is if he goes to sleep tonight and doesn't wake up tomorrow morning.

- What?
- Nothing.

- Not working. This is, uh...
- Physical therapy.
- That's right, you got shot.
- Bet that smarts.
- Don't recommend it.
- Why don't you get up here and open this door for me?

- and if I don't, you just
- Bury me where you find me.
- I ain't going nowhere.
- And if you die on the ride home,
- I'll Bury you next to Lee and then I'll sit on your grave and I'll tell you, "I told you so."
- All right, that's a deal.

- Fuck you, asshole.
- Shit.

- and I will stack checks on your desk thick as a fucking phone book.
- Do it.
- All right. I'll start making calls.
- We can't afford to do this.
- Yeah, well, we can't afford not to, son.
- Not anymore.

- I look foward to seeing it.
- Watch out for the elk scat.
- I cannot wait to pave this place over.
- So what did she say?
- She offered me something that's too good to be true.
- Then it isn't.