Kevin Costner Says Men Should Hold Each Other Accountable In Their Marriages: “Sometimes Things Slip… You Gotta Do A Little Better”

Kevin Costner

Kevin Costner is a jack of all trades.

The guy is a famed actor, producer, and director, can play some damn good golf, and not to mention, he’s musically talented as well, as he tours with his band Kevin Costner & Modern West.

At the moment, we all know and love the guy as John Dutton on Yellowstone, but Costner has a legacy that spans more than 40 years.

With that being said, the man is pretty wise as well, as he shared some wisdom at one of his Modern West concerts last year, about how to treat your wife.

“Women, you’d be surprised how much the friends of your husbands actually look out for you.”

He kicks things off by telling the crowd about how well a group of friends know each other’s husbands and wives, and if your group of friends are true friends, they’ll hold you accountable if you’ve been messing up in the marriage, because they’re gonna hear about it one way or another.

“Sometimes things start to slip… you know man, you gotta do a little better…”

He also explains why men should take their wives out on really nice dates, to nice vacations, and new towns, etc., and it’s because when you look in the mirror with her, “she just looks great.”

Costner also talks about being aware of what you’re doing at all times, because you have to make sure you realize your mistakes when your wife begins to shed a few tears, takes her nice clothes off, and ends the night before it even begins.

He also acknowledged how you should respond when you don’t know where you messed up by saying:

“Look I don’t know what you think I said, I don’t know. But whatever it was, it wasn’t that.

I love you… You need to put your shit back on, because we’ve come too far to waste this. We don’t maybe get a chance like this.”

Costner proceeds to sing his song called “Alive in the City.”

It’s a good word of advice for all men in a relationship, and it’s worth the watch:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock