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FutureStarrPlot Predictions for 'Yellowstone' Season 5 Part 2
Yellowstone may not have had an exciting beginning this season, but that shouldn't stop fans from paying attention. Episode 2, entitled "The Sting of Wisdom," provides multiple plotlines worth watching out for. As the show returns, Beth and Jamie could end up killing each other; John may face impeachment; and an infectious bacteria threatens the ranch. John Dutton’s Impeachment Yellowstone's mid-season finale saw Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) declare war on her father John Dutton (John Lithgow), which appears to have resulted in him being impeached from his post as state governor; it will be interesting to see what surprises lie in store for season five part two. Kevin Costner will return as ranch owner John Dutton while Luke Grimes and Wes Bentley reprise their roles as his sons Kayce and Jamie respectively. Cole Hauser is also scheduled to reprise his role of ranch foreman Rip Wheeler; and according to an Instagram post Wendy Moniz has gone from being a recurring cast member to series regular in her role as Governor Lynelle Perry. Though they own Montana's largest ranch, John and his family are constantly at odds with local businesses, land developers, and the Broken Rock Indian reservation over ownership of their property. John seems eager to continue this battle for rights to his property despite possible increases in tension from all parties involved; perhaps this time the conflict will become more heated than ever! John may find his political standing declining, prompting him to take matters into his own hands and attempt to take matters into his own hands. This could put at risk his business relationships that have taken years for him to build up. It is therefore essential that John's family and friends rally behind him and support his role as state governor. Be on the lookout for whether Beth will inform Rip of her misguided dalliance with Ben in Season 4. If she does so, it could cause him to react adversely and end their marriage altogether. Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan is working on both a spinoff series and two prequels for his show, so there will be plenty of action-packed plot development to watch out for over the coming months - which may include flashbacks that appear occasionally within episodes. Beth’s Plot to Kill Jaime Once Beth (Kelly Reilly) declared war on Jamie (John Bellamy), it seems only a matter of time before one or the other of their siblings kills the other. After months of conflict between them, this feud finally reached its nadir last season when Beth essentially threatened to take down Jamie if John is impeached; it's easy to see her taking this threat seriously and taking drastic measures against him in response. Beth may be one of Yellowstone's more despicable characters, yet her anger is easy to comprehend. She feels betrayed by both her biological father and boyfriend - in particular Jamie - whom she believes only cares for himself and wants dead so as to gain something for herself in return. It makes sense why Beth wants him gone; ultimately it could benefit her in the long run. But Jamie won't allow Beth to get away with murdering him yet. Beth has been pushing too far and it has come close to his breaking point; Jamie knows that any exposure of his crimes would spell his demise, so he won't accept defeat without a fight - it wouldn't surprise anyone to see Jamie hunting Beth down and killing her before she has the chance to do the same to him. As they prepare for Yellowstone's return, Beth and Jamie face serious threats; John could face impeachment and an epidemic could wreak havoc among their cattle herd. Although they appear to have some allies nearby, it won't be enough protection from what lies ahead. John’s Legacy As Governor, John Dutton (Kevin Costner) will soon find himself facing new and daunting challenges. Though his series has always explored issues of ranching, politics and Native American groups who view land stolen property, this season will pose John more severe obstacles. John faces many enemies as he attempts to run both his family ranch and be governor, including old rivalries between himself and his sons - especially Jamie (Wes Bentley), who resents John for trying to take over their business. Coupled with the outbreak of a potentially lethal bacteria disease in his cattle herd and Beth's ongoing romance with Rip (Cole Hauser), there's enough troublesome elements here for every potential clash that arises. On his first appearance as leader of his state, John will need to learn to balance multiple issues that threaten what he's worked so hard for - failure of which may push him past his moral boundaries and create chaos within. He may soon have to make major decisions that could dramatically change his ranch workers' lives, as well as placing himself in harm's way from across Montana. This may put his own life in jeopardy as well. Fans will be happy to know that the cast of Yellowstone has confirmed they will return for the second half of season 5. This includes Costner, Reilly, Grimes, Bentley, Hauser Kelsey Asbille Gil Birmingham and Finn Little among others. There have been whispers that Costner may leave, due to scheduling conflicts; if that should come to fruition it is likely the neo-Western will end with Season 5. Until that occurs however fans can enjoy riding the incredible wave of family drama, deceit, betrayal, violence and plenty more as they anticipate what may lie ahead for Duttons - it only gets wilder with each new season! Rip’s Mistake The Dutton family is back for another season of manipulation, deceit, and family drama on Paramount Network's cultural phenomenon! After four seasons of nonstop mayhem and plotting, John Dutton has now entered politics by being elected governor - but that won't make their problems any easier to solve! Beth and Jamie Dutton must contend with internal family strife as well as impeachment proceedings from President Dutton's campaign, while deadly bacteria threaten to ruin their cattle operation. This episode written by series creator Taylor Sheridan and directed by Stephen Kay tackles multiple major plot points at once - beginning with John's assistant Clara being seen kissing another female at a state fair, signalling an important step forward for LGBTQ representation on television shows like This Is Us. An additional key development comes during a visit to the hospital, where Kayce's wife Monica (Kelsey Asbille) is pregnant. Monica doesn't approve, but tries to convince Kayce it's for their baby's good - as well as sharing visions of impending disaster with him. Meanwhile, John and Lloyd leave Texas without taking their ranch with them, prompting Kayce to accept an offer to run it himself while John and Lloyd are away; initially resisting but later persuaded by Monica that it would benefit both family members as well as company. While Jefferson White's Jimmy Hurdstrom now lives at the 6666 ranch in Texas with Emily and appears to have settled into life on the ranch, he will likely not return to Yellowstone; rather, co-creator Michael Ewing plans on using him again for a spinoff called 6666.