Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 7 – REVIEW, BREAKDOWN & RECAP reviews

December 24, 2022

Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 7 recap, review and ending explained.

“The Dream Is Not Me” synopsis: John deals with a problem with his herd; Senator Perry delivers news to Rainwater; Jamie and Sarah plan their next move; the entire ranch enjoys a rare evening of fun together; Beth discusses a new business plan with the ranch in mind.

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00:00 John & The Cattle
04:56 Jamie & Sarah
07:24 Rainwater, Rip & Beth
09:30 Final Thoughts

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  1. I needed a John Summer romance even if you say you did not.

  2. Without Costner, Beth, there would be no Yellowstone. Story repetitive but Costner keeps it going. Called star power.

  3. I think focusing on Yellowstone is a task itself. Spreading out pre-Dutton can be too much. Indians are in the storylines and they need an Indian to write that segment 😮

  4. If Walker did that he would not live to see his revenge take place.

  5. I am not thinking of Walker he could be bumped off at anytime. He’s not that stupid. Jaime needs to grow 2 sets, stop Beth and man up to John. Stop jumping in bed to grow a back bone. He has to realize he’s being used 🤮

  6. I always your acessment of the episodes. I too can do without Summer and John ´s escapes. I want more of Rainwater’s problems. There are Indians in this story. More on them and less who is sleeping with whom.😊

  7. I believe what will ultimately sink the entire Dutton family will be someone [WALKER,] will strike a deal with the prosecutor, to avoid going back to prison and will deliver the Train Station, [bones and all.]

  8. Everyone forgets Jamie murdered the news reporter and Rip telling him this can only end one way with Jamie's death and if Rip learns what Jamie did to Beth Jamie has a reservation on the Black Train

  9. Is it just me or has anyone else noticed changes in Gil Birmingham's face? I'm not sure if it is the actor or the character, but his face looks swollen and puffy, especially around his eyes.

  10. Jamie should call Beth on her bluff. Show the fucking picture,Beth. Because doing so you will have exposed the TRAIN STATION too the public which would be catastrophic to the Duttons.Jamie should be like: If I’m going to prison I won’t be the only one going to prison.

  11. Jaime can just grow a pair and threaten beth to expose the train station

  12. Has John ever killed anyone himself?

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    BicycleJoe LoFiSoundAndVision December 24, 2022 at 3:39 am

    I thought this was the best episode of the season. I was tiring of the gratuitous violence and I'm glad they are back to ranching and cowboying

  14. One thing is sure to happen next episode. Sarah or Jamie is a option but Beth is a super bi**h and she will kill his son and then post black male of Jamie killing his father and Sarah also is gonna get something because she knows Sarah is not Sara

  15. it might be me, but i feel that the writing for the latest yellowstone episodes are lacking. there's no action, and the writing doesn't seem all there. 1883 was great, the first episode of 1923 was great too.

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