Yellowstone season 4: Jimmy star hints at Kayce Dutton fall out: ‘He expects more’

Yellowstone: Jefferson White discusses Jimmy and Mia

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Season four of Yellowstone could begin at any moment as fans are still waiting for Paramount to confirm the upcoming premiere. In the meantime, fans have been trying to predict what will come of ranch hand Jimmy Hurdstrom (played by Jefferson White) after his shocking decision at the end of season three.

Ahead of Yellowstone’s long-awaited return for its now delayed fourth season, Jimmy Hurdstrom star Jefferson White opened up about his role on the ranch going forward.

Jimmy was put through the ringer last season when his newfound passion for rodeo landed him a trip to the ICU.

He could be in hot water once again after his boss John Dutton (Kevin Costner) agreed to pay his hospital bills if he promised not to get back on the horse – a promise he soon broke.

After the show’s second season released in 2019, Jefferson White and the rest of the bunkhouse crew met up to discuss their various roles on the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch.

Their comments could provide some much needed insight into how the rest of Taylor Sheridan’s intense Western drama will play out.

The cast quickly got onto the topic of Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser), the tough-as-nails ranch manager who constantly berates newcomer Jimmy for his stupidity.

White began: “I think what’s great about Rip’s leadership is he doesn’t leave any room for questioning. He doesn’t leave any room for independent thought.

“You’re not necessarily expected to think, and that’s really liberating.”

Although Jimmy and Rip always seem to be at each other’s throats, White explained his character actually respects his boss’s no-nonsense attitude to working the ranch.

For the wayward Jimmy, Rip’s authority has finally given the young cowboy a purpose and eventually cements his place as part of the bunkhouse.

Explaining more, he said: “I think it’s really liberating to be told where to go and what to do and you can just be a cog in the machine.”

However, Jimmy has already sent himself down a path of self-destruction with the barrel-riders, and could face more injuries in season four.

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More trouble could arise when his poor decisions attract the attention of John and his son, Kayce Dutton (Luke Grimes).

While Rip’s management style is very straightforward, Kayce can be a little more hands-off and would prefer Jimmy to be able to think on his feet.

White continued: “I think Kayce expects a little bit more independent thought that Jimmy is not ready to give.

“Jimmy doesn’t know enough about this stuff to have an opinion about where he should go and why, so it’s nice for Rip to sort of remove those variables.”

With Rip starting to spend more time with his fiancee, Beth (Kelly Reilly), Jimmy could find himself under Kayce’s directions, or lack thereof, more often than he’s used to.

Moreover, the attack against Beth in the shocking season three finale will undoubtedly send Rip on a path of revenge, leaving Kayce in charge of the bunkhouse.

Now Jimmy has ignored John’s instructions and seems ready to return to the rodeo, his poor decision-making could come back to bite him if Kayce finds out he’s been putting himself at risk again.

Yellowstone season 4 will premiere in 2021 on Paramount.


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