Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4 Release Date, Spoiler & Recap

Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4

Season 4 of ‘Yellowstone is certainly shaping up to be a wild ride. The 3rd episode continues to follow the Duttons’ quest for their assailant in the aftermath of their attack.

John receives a crucial piece of information from an unlikely source, which increases the family’s chances of discovering the truth.

Meanwhile, Jimmy reluctantly bids farewell to the Yellowstone Ranch and sets off to establish his own path.

The chapter concludes with a typical Western firefight between John and Checkers, the man who assisted in the Duttons’ attack.

The Dutton patriarch goes back in time and triumphs in a dramatic way, leaving fans wanting more.

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s in store for ‘Yellowstone’ season 4 episode 4 if you can’t wait to see how the show’s many storylines play out!

Release Date for Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4

Season 4 Episode 4 of ‘Yellowstone’ titled ‘Winning or Learning’ will air on Paramount Network on November 21, 2021, at 8 p.m. ET.

The 4th season of the Western drama features ten episodes, each lasting 40-45 minutes. Every Sunday, new episodes of the show are broadcast on the channel.

Where can I see Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4 Online?

When the program airs on Paramount Network, cable viewers can watch ‘Yellowstone’ season 4 episode 4 on the channel.

You may also watch the fourth episode on the Paramount Network app or on the official website of Paramount.

Live TV streaming providers such asDirecTV,Spectrum, Philo TV, Xfinity, Sling TVFubo TV, YouTube TV, Hulu+Live TVare available to those who do not have a cable subscription.

You may also buy the future episode on VOD platforms like Amazon Prime Video, Google PlayVuduiTunes, YouTube, & Microsoft Store. Season 4 episodes will also be available on Peacock TV in the near future.

Spoilers for Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4

‘Winning or Learning’ is the title of the fourth episode of season 4 of ‘Yellowstone.’

The title hints that the episode will deal with philosophical topics, and it may revolve around Kayce teaching Tate about trauma.

Jimmy’s plot is likely to resonate with the title. The ranch worker is leaving the Yellowstone Ranch in quest of new pastures.

While the Four Sixes Ranch is his ultimate destination, he must first learn a few cowboy tricks on the road with Travis’ team.

Following up on the previous episode, Carter may receive another life lesson from Beth and Rip as he settles into the ranch.

The main topic of season 4 appears to be revenge, which will most likely be explored in the fourth episode.

John and Kayce might work together to learn more about Riggins, the assassin who killed the Duttons.

However, it remains to be seen if they will be able to identify the mastermind of the attacks.

Jamie might, on the other hand, continue to bond with his biological father, Garrett, while establishing operations on his recently purchased ranch.

Recap of Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 3

John stands in front of the flames while Kacey, Haskell, Rip, and Lloyd take out the militia one by one.

Carter is mucking stalls in the barn when John comes up and about early. Kayce follows John on his bike not out of concern for his health but because he doesn’t know how much longer they’ll be able to do it.

Jimmy is the one who has to leave. Lloyd is dissatisfied. Rip responds, “Let’s get to work,” leaving his pride in the bunkhouse.

Walker and Laramie continue to pound each other. Mia and Jimmy had a quarrel. After everything she’s done to help him get better, he claims he doesn’t have anyone, which she doesn’t want to hear.

She’s through with him. Carter gets a reprimand from Rip. Mo has a son and is married. He’s also got the guy from the premiere in his barn.

Emmett Walsh is looking forward to seeing Kacey. He’s dying of exhaustion from transporting livestock.

Jimmy wants to talk to Mia. She seemed to be uninterested. John follows Jimmy back to the barn, keeping an eye on him.

John tells Jimmy that this isn’t a punishment; it’s an opportunity. While he’s down there, John tells him that he’ll be representing John and the Yellowstone, so he’d better do a good job. Rip is convinced.

The youngster is treated as if he were a pet by Beth. She merely wants to get him some new clothes. After ordering him to fuck off, she kisses him and says fuck you again.

Kacey inquires about the livestock guards with a rancher. Rainwater and Mo give the information provided by the prisoner.

John has no idea what the hell is going on. He needs to see Mo’s “junk,” as he calls it. He takes the person out of his trunk.

Kacey’s next-door neighbour doesn’t want cattle on his property, so he built a fence to keep them out. The man is submerged beneath the device Kacey built.

When Carter asks for a shirt to go with the boots, pants, and hat Beth gave him, she leaves him with the woman who filmed her “abusing” him.

He pursues Beth, who gives him a lecture on the value of hard work. According to Walker, Jimmy is being given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and if he were him, he would never return.

Kacey is the one who takes Monica and Tate’s plates. She has not yet left their room. Tate has taken refuge beneath the bed.

Kacey pulls him out from under it. The only thing that can keep him safe is Tate. Tate isn’t the one who is terrified; Monica is the one who makes him fearful.

She’s shrieking at Kacey, accusing her of being the one who brought them all here. She now thinks they’re bad. She says she despises him.

As he loads his weapon, John expresses his displeasure with himself for putting him in that situation.

He wants to know if he’s shot anyone and, if so, where. John leaves the man and the pistol behind, but he does not shoot him.

He wants a shootout like they used to have in the old days.