Yellowstone Fans React To Disturbing Dog-Killing Scene In Episode 6, ‘Cigarettes, Whiskey, A Meadow & You’


Not even 10 minutes in an you’re doing what now?

The latest episode of Paramount Network’s hit series Yellowstone, Episode 6 titled Cigarettes, Whiskey, a Meadow and You, kicked off with some tragic murders… of people’s pets?

Yeah, pretty messed up…

The episode begins on the Broken Rock Reservation, where a number of government helicopters are seen flying overhead. And when they land, heavily armed secret service agents jump out and start shooting local dogs.

When Mo Brings Plenty and Thomas Rainwater are trying to figure out what the hell is going on, it becomes clear that the President of the United States is coming to make a speech, without Rainwater’s knowledge.

And of course, Angele Blue Thunder is behind it…

So why are they shooting dogs?

Secret Service tells Mo that strays are a safety risk, even though Mo tells him that they are people’s pets, simply dog who wandered off their owners’ properties.

That being said, Yellowstone fans did NOT take kindly to it…

This episode is already shaping up to be a wild one…

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Yellowstone’s Gil Birmingham Weighs In On His Relationship With Taylor Sheridan

Yellowstone season five dropped its fifth episode this past Sunday, and needless to say, this season is panning out to be the wildest yet.

We have John Dutton as the new governor of Montana, Kayce and Monica just lost their unborn baby, Lainey Wilson’s character Abby has been acclimated to the show, and Beth is back to throwing hands with just about any female who crosses her path the wrong way.

And of course, Gil Birmingham’s character Thomas Rainwater is finally getting opposition from the Native American community, as new character Martin Kills Many is opposing the Native American reservation’s expansion of Birmingham’s casino empire.

But speaking of Birmingham, he recently sat down for an interview on the Yellowstoners podcast with Mike DeAngelo and Rodrigo Perez.

Birmingham discussed his longstanding relationship with Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan, and how he first heard about Sheridan’s plan to start the show:

“Taylor mentioned ‘Yellowstone’ back in 2016 when we were filming ‘Hell or High Water.’ And he said, ‘I’ve got this television show that I’ve written and I’ve written a part for you.’

And at that point, I just thought he was an incredible writer and I said, ‘I’m spoiled with your writing, if you’ve got a series and you want me in it, I’m there.”

He also discusses how impressed he’s been with Yellowstone’s accurate portrayal of the Native American community:

“I’m just so excited that we’ve gotten to a place that we haven’t been in since like, ‘Dances with Wolves.’ A respectful portrayal of the Native American community and, more importantly, that it’s contemporary.

You’d be shocked to know that the majority of people think that Native Americans don’t exist, so to be able to tell their own stories as the writers and the producers and directors.

It gives it a level of inherent experience that no other writer or artist could bring to it and people are really coming to appreciate and be exposed to a real authentic portrayal of the Native community.”

You have to appreciate Sheridan’s intentions to portray Native Americans accurately in his shows, whether it’s todays times, or the pioneer days like in 1883.

The community has been portrayed inaccurately for so long, and it’s awesome to see that Sheridan is taking a stand.

And if you’re looking for the entire Yellowstone soundtrack, complete through all episodes of Season 5, then look no further.

Our Yellowstone: The Soundtrack Playlist, featuring every song from every episode, updated in real time, every Sunday night.


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