Why did Jimmy have to leave the Dutton ranch?
Ranch hand Jimmy Hurdstrom (played by the wonderful Jefferson White) suffered serious injuries in the Yellowstone season 3 finale after breaking a promise he'd made to John Dutton. Jimmy had sworn he'd never try his hand at the rodeo again after an incident but he just couldn't keep away.
Instead of leaving Jimmy to his own accord to navigate rodeo life, John sends him out with horse trainer Travis. This is so that Jimmy can actually learn how to be a “real cowboy.”
Jimmy moved out of the Dutton ranch in Yellowstone season four and it was undoubtedly a surprise for a lot of long-time fans. With the blessings from John Dutton, he returns to work at 6666 Ranch in Texas permanently rather than returning to their ranch in Montana.
John is disappointed with Jimmy as he had previously given him his word that he wouldn't take part in rodeo riding again. However, as Mia was eager for her boyfriend to not give up, Jimmy broke his promise to his boss.
Beth, Kayce, Monica, Tate, and John all survive, though John was in a coma for two months after the attacks. At this point, it is unclear who ordered the hit on the Duttons. However, it is later revealed that Jamie's biological father Garrett Randall is behind the attacks.
John promised to pay for all of Jimmy's hospital bills from that one incident, but on the condition that Jimmy promised never to rodeo again. However, his girlfriend, Mia (Eden Brolin), essentially gave Jimmy an ultimatum.
Yellowstone season 1 even revealed that Jimmy's father and the rest of his family were either in prison or dead. As for Lloyd, his past is largely a mystery, but it's clear that he is not related to Jimmy in any way.
A spin-off series titled 6666 was announced in February 2021, which according to star Jefferson White (who plays Jimmy Hurdstrom) will be "gritty" and "not glamorous." Keep scrolling for a guide to each Yellowstone spin-off and prequel series, including the cast, the plot and more!
There isn't a clear timeline as of yet when it comes to when this show is going to air, so a certain degree of patience may be required in getting us from point A to point B. Just don't worry in the end — Jimmy will be back, and there are more stories left to tell.
Of course, the entire reason that Beth hates Jamie is because he took her to an abortion clinic (at her request) when she was 15 years old, and since they were on the Reservation, they gave her a hysterectomy…
Why was Jimmy chosen for Yellowstone?
If your memory is foggy or if you picked up Yellowstone during Season 4, Jimmy was brought to John Dutton's ranch at his grandfather's urging. At the time he was a drug addict, so John Dutton said the only way he'd hire him is if he could brand him, meaning a lifelong loyalty to the ranch and vice versa.
s that it's easy to forget John Dutton had four children in the series pilot. His oldest son Lee was his favorite, and he was the heir to the family business.
Kelly's beautiful shoulder red hair is why she has to wear a blonde wig in the drama. Being a redhead naturally, the producers must ensure the character's looks do not underplay her character.
John and Evelyn Dutton adopted Jamie when he was just three months old. They knew Jamie's biological parents, with John having known his biological mother before she got married.
Beth was not cheating on Rip, but rather just expressing her emotions which she often has a hard time doing and didn't want Rip to see. Nothing actually happened between her and Walker.
Meet Scrapper Ashley Platz. Each episode of Yellowstone teaches us something new.
But the resolution, some fans are finding, didn't make a whole lot of sense. Early on in season 4, we find out that the perpetrator of the Dutton attacks was a prisoner named Terrell Riggins. Riggins apparently hired a local militia to gun down, blow up, and ambush John, Kayce, and Beth.
In a Season 2 flashback, John shares a moment with his elderly father who makes him promise never to sell the ranch.
What is this? Due to his ailing health, John Dutton Sr retired from ranching and let his son John III take over the ranch. He made John promise that he would not give up the ranch to anyone. John took this promise to heart and actively protects the ranch from anyone who wants it.
After John Dutton found he had been unable to turn Jimmy into a real cowhand that he could rely on, he sent him off to the 6666 Ranch in Texas. It was kind of a desperate last try to make a useful employee of Jimmy.
Why does Lloyd love Jimmy?
Why does Lloyd love Jimmy? “The reason why Lloyd looks out for him is because not only is Jimmy the youngest and most inexperienced branded man in the Bunk House, but it seems to be a common thing for him since he did the same for Rip when he first came in.
Rip physically destroying Lloyd felt unjustified
When Rip destroys his best friend's (very necessary) hand, it's because he refuses to back down from a fight that John Dutton ordered Rip to have Lloyd and Walker undertake until they could "work out" their issues.
Rip beats up of Lloyd, even though it pains him to do it. Even John has trouble believing how bad the spat is between the two of them, reminding Rip, “Don't forget what he is to you.” But John quickly takes back his words when Lloyd stabs Walker with a knife in Episode 6.
The new series, 1923 (formerly called 1932), will jump a few decades into the future. For this new show, Taylor is taking us back to the days of western expansion, Prohibition, and the Great Depression.
Taylor Sheridan, fellow Texan and American screenwriter, now owns a property filled with the history starting in the 1800s, according to a news release. The ranch, also known as the 4-6's, was founded in 1870 and covered multiple counties.
Paramount Plus ordered to series another prequel titled 1932, which was later renamed 1923 and it will air on December 18. This time, the spin-off will follow a new generation of the Duttons during the time of western expansion.
Jimmy left the Dutton ranch to work at the 6666 ranch in Texas. There, he learns to rope and gets engaged to a veterinary technician named Emily, with whom he returns to Yellowstone. Jimmy is not leaving Yellowstone and is expected to be in Season 5.
Where to Watch Yellowstone: 6666. 6666 will join Yellowstone in airing on Paramount Network, while fellow spin-offs 1883, 1923, and 1883: The Bass Reeves Story are exclusive to Paramount+.
The third season episode titled 'Cowboys and Dreamers' shows how Beth was about fifteen years old when she became pregnant. Beth was hooking up with Rip at that time and it is implied that the baby was his. She wasn't very sure of how her father would react so she reaches out to her brother, Jamie, for help.
How did Jamie sterilize Beth?
What did Jamie's dad do to Beth? Jamie has always been a black sheep within the Dutton family, and his sister Beth Dutton has particularly hated him since he took her to an abortion clinic that sterilized women.
Years ago, Jamie agreed to let Beth be sterilized when she ran into trouble with an unwanted pregnancy.
In Yellowstone, characters get branded to signify they are a part of the ranch forever and to indicate their loyalty. The brand bounds wearers to the ranch and in a way, the ranch owns them now.
Why Was Kayce Branded On Yellowstone? John branded his son Kayce (Luke Grimes) as punishment for when Kayce left the ranch to be with Monica (Kelsey Asbille), back when she got pregnant with Tate (Brecken Merrill). Kayce has since forgiven his father for what he did.
After experiencing several traumatic events on the Yellowstone Ranch, Kayce and his wife Monica departed to start their own plot of land with their son Tate (Brecken Merrill).
He was heavily involved with the operations of the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch. During Yellowstone's first season premiere, Lee Dutton (played by Dave Annable) gets killed after trying to recover stolen cattle from the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch.
Played by Kevin Costner, John Dutton III is the head of the family all throughout Yellowstone. He's the eventual Governor of Montana and father of four: Lee, Beth, Kayce, and Jamie (although he's technically adopted). His wife, Evelyn, died in a horseback riding accident.
Due to Lee only appearing in a limited number of episodes, it is likely that the production crew simply did not have the scale to include the character in the pictures.
After John Dutton gave Jimmy the go-ahead to leave Yellowstone and return to 6666 for a new chapter, Jimmy did exactly that.
Though Jimmy planned to work off what he owed John before returning to Texas, the Dutton patriarch put the decision about his future in his own hands — and he chose to leave behind the Dutton ranch.
Does Jimmy go back to Dutton ranch?
Jimmy decided to hit the road, which ended his relationship with his girlfriend, Mia. In Texas, Jimmy managed to become a bonafide cowboy. He also began a romantic relationship with vet tech Emily and the pair got engaged. Jimmy returned to the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch in the season 4 finale.
In the episode, we see Travis (who is actually played by Taylor Sheridan in case you didn't know) taking Jimmy to the Four Sixes Ranch with him, right after he made his recovery from his gruesome injury where he fell off a horse, nearly paralyzed himself.