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Season 2 Returning Soon...

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That's spiffy.:D

 

What's Yellowstone? :huh:

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12 minutes ago, Alpo said:

That's spiffy.:D

 

What's Yellowstone? :huh:

TV series. Modern day western with Costner as a rancher.

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Still have not had time to watch the first season...

 

Good one, I hear. 

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I was in the local wal-mart yesterday and saw they had the first season on DVD on the shelf for $20.

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My wife enjoyed it more than me. I’ll see if season two grabs me.

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I watched a couple of episodes and it just didn't do it for me. Never watched it again.

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I finished the first season and am on the second now. It’s growing on me. If nothing else, for the scenery.

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I really enjoy the series.Costner is OK,the rest of the cast does a really good job.

Like UB says,great scenery.

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The  scenery's good... but I couldn't get past the first episode.  Seemed awfully "soap-opera-ish."  Dallas Redux.  

 

 

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I think it's great!;)

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On 3/23/2019 at 9:21 AM, Utah Bob #35998 said:

My wife enjoyed it more than me. I’ll see if season two grabs me.

Neither my wife nor I enjoyed Yellowstone.  We stopped watching after episode seven.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Wapaloosie73 said:

 

I love that scene!! :lol:

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17 hours ago, Hardpan Curmudgeon SASS #8967 said:

The  scenery's good... but I couldn't get past the first episode.  Seemed awfully "soap-opera-ish."  Dallas Redux.  

 

 

It is very much a Montana Soap Opera. But a bit more realistic than Dallas with better acting I think.

It ain’t Justified but then what is? ;)

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I have watched Yellowstone and The Son. I don't know who is the most dastardly; John Dutton or Eli McCullough, but I enjoy both series. I also enjoy the scenery, along with the horses and tack in Yellowstone. I read somewhere that the main house is part of the Chief Joseph ranch.

 

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Its Hollywood version of cowboys and ranching, but when did Hollywood ever get anything right. I watch it cause there is not much else on, and like UB says the scenery is great.

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2 hours ago, Phantom Falcon, SASS # 46139 said:

I have watched Yellowstone and The Son. I don't know who is the most dastardly; John Dutton or Eli McCullough, but I enjoy both series. I also enjoy the scenery, along with the horses and tack in Yellowstone. I read somewhere that the main house is part of the Chief Joseph ranch.

 

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Yeah. It’s a “western” that’s actually filmed in the US instead of Canada. Chief Joseph Ranch, Park City and Salt Lake.

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