‘Yellowstone': Did Jamie Deserve This? ‘Dutton Rules’ Podcast
Through three seasons of Yellowstone, Jamie Dutton's actions were explainable, if not forgivable. But as Season 4 draws to a close, the lawyer's position is becoming as entrenched as the opinions fans have of him.
Is he a victim or an agitator? Does his silence make him culpable?
Now 40 years old, how much responsibility does Jamie (Wes Bentley) carry for his part in an arguably manipulative household on the Yellowstone Ranch? It's the Paramount Network show's ultimate agree-to-disagree story arc, but one that gets a full dissection during this new recap episode of Dutton Rules: A Yellowstone 1883 Podcast.
There are many spoilers if you're not caught up on all episodes of Yellowstone, so be warned. Hosts Adison Haager and Billy Dukes are on opposite ends of the argument. Comically, they both stand on hills they were ready to attack two weeks ago — if nothing else, Yellowstone never tells you how to feel and then supports it.
It's been a year of "Did he?" with regards to Jamie and the attacks that nearly killed John, Beth and Kayce Dutton. We now know he wasn't involved, but he's living with — and embracing (literally) — the man who ordered the hits. Still, some felt the intentional embarrassment John and the Governor caused him as Ep. 7 came to a close was too much. How about you?
If nothing else, we can all agree a reckoning is coming, right?
Share your thoughts on Jamie, John, Teeter and the Bunkhouse, or Monica and Tate, with an email to email@example.com. The next new episode of Dutton Rules is coming on Friday (Dec. 17) and promises a preview of 1883, the Yellowstone prequel on Paramount+. Archive interviews with Kelly Reilly (Beth Dutton), Luke Grimes, Jefferson White and more can be found above, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Newcomers and Yellowstone experts have a place here, as the hosts represent both. If you would rather listen later, find Dutton Rules on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Also, check out some of our recent video recaps and analysis below. That's another great place to get involved with the conversation.