Yellowstone Season 4

mothra

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Excellent trailer. I appreciate very much how you don't see Beth in it. I mean, i suspect she survives the bombing but they didn't spoil it ... like every other trailer does these days.

Very much looking forward to November.
 

SethBullock

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is this series any good?
Are you kidding? It is probably the #1 series in the U.S.

John, this is not a series for the kids. But if you can access it, you should watch it starting with Season 1. Again, no kids present for this. Strong language, a lot of violence, occasional sexual situations.
 

SethBullock

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Excellent trailer. I appreciate very much how you don't see Beth in it. I mean, i suspect she survives the bombing but they didn't spoil it ... like every other trailer does these days.

Very much looking forward to November.
I'm guessing she survives too. Looking forward to this!
 

HBS Guy

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Hmmm I had forgotten about this a bit. Checked the β€œSmart” TV I bought maybe 10 years ago. Under source it listed 3 HDMI inputs. Guess a cable is needed.
 

HBS Guy

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My iMac, watch YouTubes and Netflix on the telly which is a much bigger screen.
 

mothra

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'1883' the prequel to Yellowstone is currently playing on Paramount+:

https://www.paramountplus.com/

I swore i wasn't getting any more streaming services but i needed to see this. It's $8.99/mth, after a week's free trial. I'll get rid of it i reckon as soon as 1883 is finished. There's not much on it.

But as to the series, i'm on episode 4 and loving it. Tells the story of how the Duttons came to Yellowstone. Stars Sam Elliot and he is, as usual, fabulous. But it's quite a cast. Even TOm Hanks and Billy Bob Thornton pop up.

Highly recommended.
 

mothra

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Andnow at the end of episode 4, i'm going to have this little whinge:

Not only does Margaret tend to camp and the wagon, she works with the men to tend the cattle (on horseback in a corset and restrictive and cumbersome frock ... can you imagine the chaffing?); she takes the most perilous role in crossing the river and does it in style.

She does all this and James can't even help her while she hangs out the stuff in the wagon that got wet? Just stands there talking to her while she does it all?

I mean. Just get fucked with ALL of that.

It's like, being generous and stuff letting her do a 'man's work' ... you know, patronising the wee filly despite the fact that she is excellent and you damn well need her, yet never stooping to do a 'woman's work'. As though that has no intrinsic value.

I know it's set in the past but these stereotypes still exist. And the role of mother and homemaker has absolutely never got the credit it is worth. And men who choose it are largely scorned.

So absolutely unfair to everyone.

Congratulations to this series for showcasing strong women though. Very impressive specimens.
 

HBS Guy

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Dad never lifted a finger in the kitchen even when home all day and Mum was still working.
 
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