[S2E10] Sins Of The Father
Sitting high atop the mountain, John's father recalled all of those he lost and he loved. The warmth they shared seemed to transcend words, and saying goodbye like he did obviously meant a lot to John.
[S2E10] Sins of the Father
Beth: I'm gonna read to you.Rip: OK.Beth: My great-grandfather had a dream. All of his sons on the same road, the same ranch working toward the same goal. That dream survived a hundred year, until me. With me, it died. I didn't have enough sons. They just kept dying or quitting. And one day, not too long ago, I realized that I have enough sons after all.Rip: I don't understand, Beth.Beth: He's sayin' it's yours.Rip: Mine?Beth: Yours.
The letter reveals that John recently had an epiphany. He thought he let his great-grandfather down by not having enough sons to carry on with the ranch, given that two of his sons had either quit or died.
The always worthless Sheriff Haskell arrives at Jenkins's property to inspect the carnage. Jenkins is already dead. Then Haskell drives to the Yellowstone, and Dutton presses him to choose sides once and for all. If he chooses the Dutton side, he'll have to trust Dutton every step of the way. Dutton asks what kind of security the Becks use, and it turns out he uses off-duty police rented through the department: men who just happen to be Haskell's cousins. Dutton tells him to tell them to stand down, which Haskell agrees to do, but Haskell also points out that the only way for Dutton to control the narrative is to make the conflict about cattle, get a warrant, and make it at least somewhat legal.
The next morning, Dutton's livestock agency crew along with Haskell and some other Sheriff's deputies are in Whitefish. They bust down the door and breach the property. They blow away several skinheads while some kind of Nazi metal plays on the TV before finding Tate, his head shaved, in the bathtub. Tate screams before realizing it's his father come to save him, and Kayce pulls him up into a hug. They drive back to the Yellowstone to the accompaniment of pensive guitar plucking. Beth goes outside to have a celebratory cigarette and sees Rip leaning against a tree.
News had broken sometime last week that the legendary Dabney Coleman would be starring in the Season 2 finale of the show. We now know that he will be essaying the role of John's father and are sure that the episode will be featuring a flashback. What's more interesting is that Costner is playing his younger self himself - as opposed to actor Josh Lucas, who usually plays John Dutton in flashbacks. This is very telling because what happened between the two of them wouldn't have happened a long time ago.
In another released photo, Kayce, much like John, is wearing his Livestock Agent vest, which means that the father-son duo is operating as officials at some point in the finale. At the same time, Rip's expression is worrisome - what lies in front of them? Whatever it is, we know that Kayce is not going to just give into. He is going to fight back if not kill. It remains to be seen what happens, but either way, the finale episode looks power-packed!
At the same time, there is no news about Wes Bentley's Jamie's next decisions. He is to be a father, but that is complicated since he must first figure out his life. We also want more information about the reason behind Beth and Jamie's damaged, hateful relationship. We still think it might be a product of a failed pregnancy, but we're only speculating.
When Merlin enters Arthur's chambers the next morning, he is surprised to find Arthur already dressed and acting out of character. Arthur, enchanted by the vision of Vivian, reveals to Merlin he wants to express his feelings, not caring how it will be received by his father or the rest of the kingdom. Merlin, surprised Arthur is being so open, assumes he is referring to Gwen and agrees to take a bunch of flowers and a love note to her. Upon finding Gwen's house empty, Merlin happily leaves the flowers and the note on her table before leaving. He returns to the Council chambers and tells Arthur he has carried out his plan, much to Arthur's delight. As Gwen and Vivian walk in their direction, Arthur continues to profess his love while Merlin, still surprised, mentions it may still be impossible for Arthur and Gwen to be together as she is a servant.
Click here for the main page of the Dutton family.Dutton was born into a family of ranchers. They went through good and bad times to gather land and make a home in Montana. His father was Jack Dutton and his grandfather was John Dutton I.
That night, Kayce (Luke Grimes) says goodbye to his father and Monica (Kelsey Asbille), promising her he will kill the people who took Tate as revenge. The show shifts to Malcom driving and being stopped by police and the sheriff comes to Malcolm's window and asks them to pop the trunk, ignoring Malcolm's threat to expose his secrets.
Sarah's father, a con artist, comes to town, revealing that he conned a Saudi Arabian, Sheikh Rajiv Amad, out of nearly a million dollars. The Sheikh turns out to be connected to terrorist funding, so Beckman wants Sarah and Chuck to obtain intel from Sarah's father, but things get complicated when Ahmad shows up and wants his building.
The episode begins with a flashback. Sarah as a little girl is seen riding her bike down the street, when an Windfield Armored Van that has just loaded in cash, hits her. A man claiming to be a doctor runs up to help her, taking her to the hospital. In the car, the innocent girl is not as innocent as she seems and inquires how much he stole from the armored car. Sarah's father, Jack Burton, is revealed to be a con man.
In the present, Sarah tells Chuck she is taking a personal day. She is being secretive which makes Chuck suspicious. Chuck decides to spy on her and follows her to the De Biaso's restaurant. His GPS locator, however, gets him caught by Sarah, even as he flashes on a scar on the wrist the man she's with, revealing at least four arrests for larceny. He tries to warn Sarah about the loser she is dining with, all before Sarah introduces him as her dad. She then introduces Chuck to her father as her boyfriend.
Back at the Castle, Sarah tells the director she will arrest her father, shocking Chuck. Instead, General Beckman wants Chuck and Sarah to help in the con to receive the back accounts for the Sheik. The CIA has tried to find the Sheik's hidden bank accounts and General Beckman wants the team to run the con and to receive at least $10 million so that they can trace the foreign bank account information.
Jack, Sarah, and Chuck make it out of the building and back to Sarah's. Jack then steals the laptop that contains the sheik's bank account information. leaving the rest of the team in the lurch. Chuck later assures Sarah that she is not to blame, her father's sins are his, not hers.
Sarah meets with the Sheik to exchange the bags supposedly filled with cash to get her father back. They surround her and hold her at gunpoint and discover the bags are nothing but clothing. Chuck then drives up in the DeLorean with a wireless laptop so he can wire the money back to the Sheik, claiming they are just grifters in over their heads. The Sheik enters his account number then orders them all killed.
Chuck: Eleven years ago, my father left Ellie and me. He's a... he was an unusual man. I guess that's generous...We used to get Christmas cards and birthday calls, and then one year it just stopped. I don't know why. What I do know is that it wasn't my fault. Granted, it took a significant amount of time and an incredible amount of therapy to come to that realization, but you need to know that your father's sins are his and not yours.
Fans would have to wait until the next season to get answers to what happens, but thankfully, The World Is Purple features plenty of other wonderful moments, as Jamie gets to know his biological father and feels further and further estranged from the rest of the Dutton clan.
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