Ever hear of the new Yellowstone TV series created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson? “New” for me since I only started watching it last year on DVD ‘n again over last week or so. Purchased seasons 1-3 last year and season 4 a couple weeks ago. It just keeps getting better!
Quick brief on that line by ‘Jimmy‘ starts around 2:10 of video:
If you watched last night’s episode of Yellowstone, Episode 7 titled “Keep The Wolves Close,” you undoubtedly laughed your ass off at the sight of Jimmy collecting horse semen for the first time in his life, and what I can imagine is the first time in Jefferson White’s life as well.
Here’s what he had to say about the intimate encounter:
“So Jimmy first meets Emily to help her collect from stallions… it’s a very serious, big deal industry.
To do all that next to Kathryn is such an incredible gift because she is an unbelievably talented actor and she’s getting thrown into this world for the first time too.”
Jimmy went even further on the Stories From The Bunkhouse segment:
“Jimmy’s never done this before. Jimmy’s incredibly uncomfortable with it, but we’re at a real, working ranch where they do this every day. This is big business.
I got in line, the vet techs there showed me how to do it… it’s my job in that moment to do it and my number one priority is keeping the horse safe because that’s the last thing I wanna do is hurt the horse.
That whole scene is literally one take, we got it in one. The line ‘I just jacked off a horse’ was scripted, everything in that room was scripted.”
Recently I started hearing about “Spin-offs”:
There may also be more Spin-offs coming. Yeah, even without Hollywood Elites ‘n the Democratic party authorizing it’s MSM puppets to talk about it, it is still very popular, and growing in popularity. How popular?
Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford are joining the “Yellowstone” universe in the upcoming series “1932” for Paramount+.
“1932,” which is the show’s working title, is an origin story introducing a new generation of the Dutton family. It’s set to explore the early 20th century when pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition and the Great Depression all plague the mountain West and the Duttons who call it home,” the streamer said in a release.
The show marks Ford’s first appearance on a scripted TV show since a cameo in a 1993 episode of ABC’s “The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.” The star, who got his start with small roles in 1960s series like “The Virginian” and “Mod Squad,” has never had a regular TV series role.
Two of my favorite all-time actors.