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If you’re watching Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 7 tonight, then you might be wondering what Jamie did to make everyone mad. It was clearly explained last week, so this post will have major spoilers from Episode 6 and some spoilers from Episode 7.

This is your last spoiler warning.

Jamie’s Interview with the Reporter Went Terribly Wrong

Jamie had an interview with Sarah Nguyen, the journalist who wanted to do an expose on John Dutton. He was at war with his dad at one point and wanted to do what it would take to win the race for Attorney General.

But at one point, he started to get cold feet and realized he didn’t want to betray his family in the way that was needed in order for him to win the race. Rainwater wanted to fund his campaign, but he didn’t want to take money from his dad’s greatest enemy.

So he dropped out of the race and rejoined the family’s good graces. But it wasn’t enough because Sarah still planned to run with the expose about John Dutton, exposing his dad and possibly ruining him.

Jamie met with Sarah to try to get her to change her mind. But she wouldn’t do it. He said he was a lawyer and was rescinding his comments, but she said the First Amendment protected her and she was running with his quotes anyway.

So Jamie lost it and murdered Sarah. He strangled her to death while screaming about how he was sorry. She fought back, but Jamie just followed through until he finally killed her.

It’s worth noting that we were never shown just what Jamie said in that interview. It had to have been something pretty terrible though – enough to ruin his dad and maybe cause the family to lose the ranch. The Duttons have some pretty dark secrets that even we, the viewers, don’t know about.

The Duttons Must Have Some Very Dark Secrets, But Jamie Might Have More Secrets Too

The rest of the episode was spent with Rip covering up for Jamie and hiding his crime, to try to keep the Dutton family in the clear. He got Walker to help him, without Walker realizing he was becoming an accessory to murder, and that’s the reason why Walker ultimately left last week. They made it looks like Sarah drowned. Or at least they tried to do that.

It’s hard to imagine that Jamie will get away with this. And if the truth comes out, it might cause people to dig into the Dutton family’s history. I’m not sure what all is there, but apparently it’s enough to ruin them.

That’s why Beth told Jamie to kill himself, and why John said something similar. That’s why Jamie was suicidal. He thinks he has a lot of darkness within him and he’ll never stop.

But I’m thinking there’s even more to Jamie’s story than what happened to the reporter. I’m guessing he has even more darkness in his past than this. Jamie went to Harvard rather than staying at the ranch like his brothers. I’m going to guess that there is some darkness in his past that’s been covered up before, and that’s why he thinks there’s no hope for him. It might also explain why Beth hates him so much. He’s done more than we’ve seen on screen. There has to be more behind Beth’s intense hatred for him.

Bethany Dutton, the daughter of big cattle ranch owner John Dutton and his wife Evelyn Dutton, is a banker. She is essentially played by Kelly Reilly, but Kylie Rogers played a younger version in several flashbacks.

Beware of ‘spoilers’ from here on down!

Personal lifeEdit

FamilyEdit

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Beth was born into a ranching family. Before her father John Dutton inherited the ranch, his ancestors had already settled in the Yellowstone vicinity.

John and Evelyn Dutton were blessed with four children: Beth has three brothers (Lee, Jamie and Kayce). They grew up together on the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch. Kayce extended the family, marrying Monica Long and having a son named Tate, Beth’s nephew.

Her mother died when she was younger. On March 30, 1997 she was out riding with Beth and Kayce and fell off her horse. Beth went to look for help and Kayce – young as he was – tried everything to protect her and stop her from dying, but help came too late and she had breathed her last breath when her husband found her.

In July that year Beth’s father met Rip Wheeler, an orphan boy that just killed his father after he murdered Rip’s mother and brother. John Dutton welcomed the new boy onto his family’s ranch, giving the orphan a home again.

Her older brother Lee died when he was protecting the family ranch in a feud with the Broken Rock Indian Reservation. Kayce came too late to help him as he died of a fatal gunshot wound by Robert Long.

Some time in the past, something happened between Beth and Jamie. Their relationship worsened, often leading to disagreements, and they were never able to make it up.

Love lifeEdit

Right from the beginning Beth took a liking to Rip, the orphan boy that moved onto their ranch in the 90’s. As time passed by they went through good and bad times, but eventually they were always drawn to each other again in one way or another.

WorkEdit

Schwartz & MeyerEdit

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Beth works as a banker for Schwartz & Meyer. She has a good relationship with one of the name partners of the firm, Bob Schwartz, and liked to work with her assistant Jason.

Incident(s)Edit

  • Beth came near killing herself while in a severe depression when Jamie gave her a ride one day. It mainly was the guilt she felt for letting her mother die when she was young that caused her to put a gun to her own head, but she came to her senses just in time.
  • When John Dutton and his family were threatened by their rivals and were not about to show fear, Beth was attacked by two masked men, not only killing her assistant Jason in the process but raping and almost killing her as well. She was saved by Rip just in time, after asking him for help right before her assailants came in.

AppearancesEdit

Check out the table(s) below to find out in which Yellowstone episodes Beth Dutton made an appearance.

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Season 1Edit

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O O O O O O O O O

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Season 1, episode 1: Daybreak
  2. Season 1, episode 3: No Good Horses
  3. Season 1, episode 8: The Unravelling: Part 1
  4. Season 2, episode 5: Touching Your Enemy
  5. Season 1, episode 5: Coming Home
  6. Season 2, episode 7: Resurrection Day

‘Yellowstone’ season 2: John Dutton’s daughter Beth is fiercely loyal but dysfunctional and it’s a flaw she wears proudly

Towards the end of the second episode of the second season of Paramount Network’s flagship show ‘Yellowstone’, Beth Dutton (played by Kelly Reilly) and Rip Wheeler (played by Cole Hauser) have a heart to heart talk. They reminisce about meeting each other for the first time and how they have come a long way since that day. They also talk about John Dutton (played by Kevin Costner), reflecting upon him as a father.

At this point in the series, Rip is broken and while it is very out of character for him to say out loud his innermost thoughts, Beth gets it. We know this because, despite her attitude, it serves little in plugging the clearly visible emotional wounds within her which serve her both as a source of strength and weakness. She has emerged as one of the show’s most fascinating characters and as we analyze her relations and her standing in the show we find that she is in many ways John’s true likeness.

Earlier in the episode, John, in a bid to ensure that he successfully hands over the ranch to his son Kayce (played by Luke Grimes), asks Rip to stir up things at the ranch. So Rip, being a loyal faithful dog to Dutton Sr, goes straight to stir things up with Walker, who had almost quit working at Yellowstone. After a fistfight where Rip loses, Kayce announces “There is no fighting on this ranch. You wanna fight, come fight me” – in a way, finally announcing his arrival as the Dutton heir on the Yellowstone ranch.

Dutton siblings Beth (Kelly Reilly) and Kayce (Luke Grimes) (Image: Paramount Network)

But Kayce couldn’t be any less certain about his role on the ranch. He has spent a long time away from the Dutton ranch and his father.

On the other hand, everything about the ranch comes almost naturally to Beth. She is ready to do anything it would take to save the ranch, live up to her father’s expectation and pass on the legacy of Yellowstone. She is dedicated to not just the cause of the ranch but also shows fierce loyalty to her father, who is a driving force for her. Beth is also a favorite of John’s – he loves her and is perhaps the only child he shows any amount of affection towards.

John’s dearest, however, is driven by alcohol, rage, and substance. And when the manipulative Beth, who also isn’t exactly fond of Jamie, isn’t making sure daddy’s business is working fluidly, she has an on-again-off-again affair with Rip.

Beth may be dysfunctional but she sports this flaw proudly. Having lost her mother to a freak accident at a young age and having to hear Jamie go on about it and blame her for their mother’s death irritates her to no end. However, Beth subconsciously blames herself for the untimely passing of their mother.

That said, Beth is a force to reckon with. She has grown up with cowboys and men all around her all the time and she has learned to toughen up the right way. A powerful woman who isn’t afraid to go after what she wants and do everything to get it is what makes Beth who she is. Foul-mouthed and unabashed, Reilly’s portrayal of Beth is fascinating to watch. We miss her when she is not on the screen.

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If you follow me on Facebook, you may have recently read me waxing poetic about the Kevin Costner television show that airs on the Paramount network: Yellowstone.
Now, a television show that reminds us that the first American outlaws were the cowboys, and we may have glorified them through history, but the premier American outlaws are still cowboys…I want me some of that.
See, apparently they just live in sparsely populated areas where us city folk and those who don’t live among magnificent vistas or spend much (any) time on a horse don’t hear much about their antics.
So, as I’m waxing poetic about this show (Rip Wheeler) and obsessing on this show (Rip Wheeler) something that has happened before, numerous times when reading how folks talk about how they feel about heroines, happened again.
Something distressing.
You see, trying not to spoil anything (though, if you’re a no-spoiler freak like me, there definitely are spoilers in this, so beware – this show is not for the faint-of-heart, and if you’re an animal lover, wary watching, my friends – that said, it…is…epic)…
The men in this show do some pretty brutal things. Like, felonious things. Like, you don’t want anyone to tell you they’re taking you to the “train station” because, well, you do not wanna board that train.
But in my comments on Facebook, along with a number of folks sharing how much they like, even love, even worship Beth Dutton, the princess of Yellowstone, there were also a number of folks sharing how much they hate her.
How she is selfish.
How she is foul-mouthed.
How, “even if she were a man,” she wouldn’t get away with some of the stuff she pulls (though, she’s never taken anyone to the train station, just sayin’).
And although Beth is a very complicated, tortured, broken-souled woman, she was trained to be that, rather viciously, by her very own mother. Because she lives among these men, and for her own sake, to be able to do that and not get beaten down, she has to be able to hold her own.
Beth’s wicked smart and she’s a good learner.
But if you watch closely, there is almost nothing Beth does for Beth.
Everything Beth does is for her father or her family.
Or for Rip.
I’m not sure how that translates to selfish.
What I am sure is that we (women) hold each other to a higher standard than we do men.
Or, perhaps, a different standard. The standard of what we personally feel a woman should be.
I only noted one gal share she was turned off from the show due to the violence displayed by the men.
Now, why is this attractive for men? Men who are doing these things for ranch and family, so we “get it.” That drive to protect. That drive to, at all costs, keep what they, or their forebears, earned. That drive to do anything to respect the ones that went before and hold safe what they can give to future generations.
We exalt it.
We celebrate and champion it.
But a woman making moves to protect her own, and she doesn’t do this by keeping men fed or smoothing their brow, but she’s down to play dirty, is frowned upon and garners name-calling, dislike or even hatred?
Do I agree with everything Beth does on this show?
Absolutely not.
If this stuff were real and not fiction, and Beth calculated then took forward the moves she made to protect her family, seek revenge or make an unmissable point about how she expects the ones she cares about to be treated (the store scene in Season 2, Episode 9: sheer brilliance) would I agree with them?
Abso-freaking-lutely.
There are a set of scenes, deep into the second season, where the beauty of Beth just as she is, is unrestrained (see episodes 7 and the aforementioned 9).
Her mother rammed an ironclad backbone straight down her spine and not a thing is gonna bend it.
And not a thing does.
And I could debate the need for that, for a mother doing that to her daughter, willfully, with intent, but I don’t live on a ranch in Montana (but Lord, I wish I did – just for the wardrobe, and of course, RIP WHEELER!).
What I will say is all the men before with their sons, they did the same…damned…thing.
And we admire it.
Making a man a man.
But who is to say what the making of a woman is?
Hell, who’s to say what makes a man?
What I also will say is, I’m not a fan of this judgement we have for our sisters.
What we’ll not only allow men to get away with, but we’ll laud it. It makes them attractive. It makes them “worthy.”
But a woman does that, oh no. She should be baking apple pies. She should keep the F-words out of it, not use (in some cases) her greatest tool (her sexuality), and play by a certain, undefinable, feminine set of rules.
No, no offense intended, but if baking pies is not her gig, she should do whatever she wants to do.
Beth Dutton is one of the strongest, most complicated, most fascinating women on television. She is extraordinary. She is everything a woman should be, if they want.
Not because she holds her own in a man’s world.
But because she kicks ass her way in a man’s world.
And that’s the case for Beth Dutton.
Long may she wreak havoc on anyone who threatens Yellowstone.

Jamie Dutton, the oldest son of big cattle ranch owner John Dutton and his wife Evelyn Dutton, is an attorney. He is essentially played by Wes Bentley, but Dalton Baker played a younger version in several flashbacks.

Beware of ‘spoilers’ from here on down!

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Jamie was born into a ranching family. Before his father John Dutton inherited the ranch, his ancestors had already settled in the Yellowstone vicinity.

John and Evelyn Dutton were blessed with four children: Jamie has two brothers (Lee and Kayce) and a sister (Beth). They grew up together on the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch. Kayce extended the family, marrying Monica Long and having a son named Tate, Jamie’s nephew.

His mother died when he was younger. On March 30, 1997 she was out riding with Beth and Kayce and fell off her horse. Help came too late.

In July that year Jamie’s father met Rip Wheeler, an orphan boy that just killed his father after he murdered Rip’s mother and brother. John Dutton welcomed the new boy onto his family’s ranch, giving the orphan a home again.

His oldest brother Lee died when he was protecting the family ranch in a feud with the Broken Rock Indian Reservation. Lee’s brother Kayce came too late to help him as he died of fatal gunshot wound by Robert Long.

Some time in the past, something happened between Jamie and Beth. Their relationship worsened, often leading to disagreements, and they were never able to make it up.

When Jamie came to work close with his assistant Christina their relationship slowly evolved from a professional one into a more intimate one. However, when things took a turn for the worse professionaly, the same thing happened to their relationship.

Later, when Jamie had started to live with his family, Christina called him and told him they needed to talk. Jamie felt that it was about what happened after their split-up, but did not expect this happening to be the pregnancy of Christina. Soon after telling him, she left and gave Jamie the choice to either start his own family or stay with the family she despises.

StudyEdit

Harvard Law SchoolEdit

After his father applied for him, Jamie went to Harvard Law School to become an attorney, leaving the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch for some time.

Attorney at lawEdit

When graduated from law school Jamie started working as an attorney at law, eventually helping out his father with legal matters concerning the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch.

Run for Attorney GeneralEdit

Jamie was asked by Governor Perry and Attorney General Stewart to participate in the Attorney General elections. At a certain point there were concerns about John Dutton having too much influence by way of his son, but father and son grew apart and Jamie ran against the wishes of his father.

His father and Beth came up with another participant: Cassidy Reid. Jamie was interviewed by Sarah Nguyen in the heat of battle and he made his father look bad to win votes. But just before the elections he changed his mind as the conflict with his father got too much for him. He therefore withdrew from the elections. Later on Reid was sworn in, after it turned out she ran unopposed.

Yellowstone Dutton RanchEdit

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When his father gave him a new chance, Jamie went to live in the bunkhouse and started to work on his family’s ranch.

  • When Jamie got himself in trouble by telling reporter Sarah Nguyen things he didn’t want her to know, he couldn’t convince her to keep the information unpublished. In a rage he attacked and eventually killed her. Together with Rip he made it appear as if the victim died in a kayaking accident.
  • His repentence and guilt over the killing brought him to a point where he took one of his father’s firearms and went into the fields to kill himself. His father noticed the gun missing and caught up with him just in time to stop him from doing so.

Check out the table(s) below to find out in which episodes Jamie Dutton made an appearance.

O = appeared in this episode – = did not appear in this episode

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
O O O O O O O O
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
O O O O O O O O O

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Season 1, episode 1: Daybreak
  2. Season 1, episode 3: No Good Horses
  3. Season 1, episode 8: The Unravelling: Part 1
  4. 4.0 4.1 Season 2, episode 3: The Reek of Desperation
  5. Season 2, episode 9: Enemies by Monday
  6. 6.0 6.1 Season 2, episode 6: Blood the Boy
  7. Season 2, episode 1: A Thundering
  8. Season 1, episode 9: The Unravelling: Part 2
  9. Season 2, episode 4: Only Devils Left
  10. 10.0 10.1 Season 2, episode 7: Resurrection Day
  • In Wednesday’s episode of Yellowstone, “Behind Us Only Grey,” Beth and Jamie Dutton went head to head … again.
  • A sweet moment between Beth and Rip led viewers to nail down why Beth hates her brother so much.
  • Yellowstone returns next Wednesday at 10 p.m. on Paramount Network.

If you thought Beth Dutton was a one-dimensional character, think again. While her tough-as-nails approach adds drama (and, well, tension) to the series, the latest Yellowstone episode has viewers thinking that there’s a deep-seated reason why she acts the way she does, especially toward her brother Jamie.

During last night’s “Behind Us Only Grey,” a battered and bruised Beth watched as Rip consoled her nephew, Tate. While seeing the two interact, Beth got noticeably upset and even teared up at the sight of them. Some loyal Yellowstone fans connected the dots between this emotional moment and the heightened scenes between Jamie and Beth. ICYMI: A few episodes back, Jamie and Beth got in a physical fight after Jamie revealed that he spoke to a reporter about their dad in a presumably unflattering way.

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This moment — and the other tense moments between the two during season 1 and 2, for that matter — had Yellowstone fans questioning why Beth is so hostile toward her brother. Originally, all fan theories had one common thread: their mother’s death. In the first season, it was revealed that their mother Evelyn Dutton was bucked off a horse while riding with Kayce and Beth. One of the horses fell over and crushed her to death.

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Years later, Beth still blames herself for her mother’s death because she didn’t step in to help. Even during the flashback scene at the start of the episode, a young Beth (played by Kylie Rogers) explained to Rip how it impacted her: “I killed my mother by being scared. I don’t do scared anymore.” This caused some Twitter users to think that Beth is still grappling with her feelings of guilt.

Jamie has done everything his father asked, and he’s not responsible for his mother’s death, (neither is Beth) but they all blame her except Kayce…but Jamie sees John treat Beth as an important asset, not John exploiting her guilt..and Jamie’s jealous.

— Lynn DiDiano (@LynnDiDiano) July 25, 2019

But the most recent episode led viewers to think that Beth’s hatred has nothing to do with Evelyn. In fact, most viewers think that the sweet moment between Rip and Tate was a not-so-subtle hint that Beth and Rip, at one point in time, were actually expecting a baby of their own — until Jamie got in the way.

I believe Beth hates Jamie so much, because he did something to her and Rip’s relationship when they were younger. She got way too emotional looking at Rip and Tate! I think she got pregnant young and something happened to the baby. 🤔 #YellowstoneTV

— trikkie1 (@trikkie1) August 15, 2019

Watching Beth watch #Rip & #Tate I’m having the feeling at one time #BethDutton was pregnant w/Rip’s baby. She hadn’t told him yet & Jamie caused her to lose the baby & her ability to have any more. #JustAThought #TheDuttons #YellowstoneTV

— Connie Marie (@1sweet_WI) August 15, 2019

One eagle-eyed fan even suggested that Jamie (well, his truck) physically hurt Beth, causing her to lose the baby.

Jamie was driving the truck that injured Beth and caused her to miscarry her baby with Rip?

— Sallie Porter DNP PhD APN (@DrSalliePNP) August 15, 2019

While this hasn’t been confirmed, one Twitter user reminded fellow Yellowstone viewers to remember that Beth did leave her family’s ranch:

She left ranch and Rip for a reason. Maybe Jamie was responsible for that.

— RLCF (@mamawrlcf) July 25, 2019

Whatever the reason, Beth and Jamie’s dysfunctional relationship is getting more complicated by the episode. When last night’s episode wrapped, the show’s official Twitter account reassured fans that they’ll get answers to this ongoing mystery …. eventually. “A lot of you are asking about their history. We can’t say!! (Fear of the Duttons and all.) But there IS more to the story. Bear with us on this one.” With only two episodes left of season 2, here’s hoping that the story unfolds in the coming weeks.

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‘Yellowstone’ season 3 might answer why Beth hates Jamie and it could be because of a failed pregnancy

In ‘Behind Us Only Grey’, the previous episode of ‘Yellowstone’, we saw a wounded Beth (Kelly Reilly) face to face with Jamie (Wes Bentley) again. It doesn’t look like the tension between the siblings is going to be resolved anytime soon, but what caused them in the first place?

Throughout season two, the siblings’ relationship has gotten increasingly acidic. However, we cannot figure out the reason behind Beth’s continued cruelty towards Jamie and her constant barrage of insults thrown his way to the point where she has also told him to kill himself.

One of the major questions that the makers of ‘Yellowstone’ have left unanswered since season one is the reason behind Beth’s hatred for her brother Jamie. The two have never shared a loving relationship.

In the last episode, the tension escalated. After watching Rip (Cole Hauser) share a moment with her nephew Tate (whose life may be in grave danger in the upcoming episode), she meets Jamie in the shed. There she tells him that she cannot wait for him to find something he truly loves so she can then snatch it away from him. She won’t let him be happy or even hopeful as long as she is alive.

We know that Beth values loyalty and selflessness – qualities that Jamie doesn’t hold himself. “He’s incapable of it, in her mind. That particular scene when he is full of his own demons, she says, ‘You now see yourself the way I’ve always seen you’,” Kelly had said in one particular behind-the-scene.

Naturally, fans of the show have wondered why Beth remains hostile towards her brother. Many of these theories have one thing in common – their mother’s death. It was revealed in season one that their mother Evelyn Dutton had fallen off a horse while riding with Kayce and Beth. She died when one of the horses fell on top of her and crushed her to death.

While this is the most common of all theories, there is a new one doing the rounds now. A lot of fans think the reason behind Beth’s anger and hatred towards her brother has something to do with her pregnancy. She had an outburst after she saw Rip and Tate share a moment at the ranch. This has convinced fans that, at some point in time, Beth and Rip were actually expecting a baby of their own – until Jamie got in the way and changed the course of that story.

“I believe Beth hates Jamie so much because he did something to her and Rip’s relationship when they were younger. She got way too emotional looking at Rip and Tate! I think she got pregnant young and something happened to the baby,” said one fan. “Watching Beth watch Rip & Tate I’m having the feeling at one time Beth Dutton was pregnant with Rip’s baby. She hadn’t told him yet and Jamie caused her to lose the baby and her ability to have any more,” said another fan.

The tension between the siblings is getting more and more complicated with every episode. After the episode wrapped up, the Twitter account teased that there is more to that story. “A lot of you are asking about their history. We can’t say!! (Fear of the Duttons and all). But there IS more to the story. Bear with us on this one.”

Meanwhile, in a clip released by Paramount Network, ‘Yellowstone’ characters give us an insight into what the next season will entail. Here is a little sneak peek. With new characters joining the cast, we expect the season to have a fresh beginning with new threats… and new allies.

‘Yellowstone’ airs on Wednesdays at 10 pm PT/ET.

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‘Yellowstone’ Star Kelly Reilly on Beth’s Emotional Trauma

Is Beth Dutton a likable character — or, rather, a likable woman — on the hit summer series Yellowstone? Actress Kelly Reilly doesn’t really care.

“I love her,” she tells TV Insider in the wake of the announcement that the drama has just been renewed for a second season on the newly minted Paramount Network. “No one is black and white in this ,” Reilly explains. “No one is good or bad.”

The fierce daughter of Kevin Costner’s John Dutton is a take-no-prisoners businesswoman who’s gaping emotional wounds serve as both a source of strength and weakness. John has tasked her with the take-down of a business competitor/personal enemy, and she’s full-steam-ahead until this man is “ruined.”

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The Paramount Network series debuts Wednesday, June 20.

Reilly reveals more details about the character, what it’s like to exist in this mafia-like ranch family, and the destructive choices Beth makes:

Why do you like playing Beth?

Kelly Reilly: I love playing her. She’s such a layered, complex character, and I think she’s written so perfectly. She’s one of the most intelligent characters I’ve ever played, and she’s unapologetic. I really enjoy playing someone who’s imperfect.

There’s no rulebook with her because she’s also not role model. She’s deeply wounded and deeply brilliant and deeply loyal.

She certainly holds her own in this male-dominated ranch world.

She doesn’t have to fight, she absolutely wins every single time. That’s one of the joys playing this character; it’s not the same you hear other times about a woman trying to fight her way and prove herself in a man’s world. Beth is so true to herself.

‘Yellowstone’ Star Kevin Costner Talks His First TV Series Regular Role

The actor makes his debut in the Paramount Network series on June 20.

Do we learn more about her emotional trauma?

is the defining moment in her life and having a mother who treated her tougher than her brothers. And then Beth’s held responsible for her mother’s death. I think that’s the moment where Beth’s pain come from. That a lot of damage and heartbreak and I think she became fiercer than all of because of it.

Why does she have the biggest problem with her brother Jamie (Wes Bentley)?

She sees him as incredibly weak as a person. He’s very self rewarding and wanting to better himself for his own egotistical reasons rather than for the benefit of her father or for the ranch. I think their feud has been going on since they were very young. He blames her for their mother’s death where as nobody else does. Jamie has some bitterness to him.

I kinda think they’re like twins in a weird way. They’re so attached to one another; they can’t escape one another. They’re like the other side of the same coin. Me and Wes have a great time with these characters.

And Beth’s father doesn’t try to smooth things over…

He uses Beth for his own motives. He needs her to be the way that she is because he needs her to cause war and win. She’s like some general. I love all those conflicting emotions and characteristics because that’s what makes them so real and human. They’re just so well drawn by Taylor Sheridan.

Did you like filming on location in Montana?

I loved it. It was the ideal job for me. It just fits my personality to be out in open air, in nature, in that wild land. To be able to spend four, five months living there, you start to see the world in a different way, see America in a different way.

Beth and Rip (Cole Hauser) … will we see more of their relationship?

Yes, that’s a relationship that’s been going on since she was 16 years old. I think she lost her virginity to him. I think he’s in love with her. She loves him but in her mind they’re never going to be together.

Are more flashbacks coming?

Yes, lots…

Yellowstone, Wednesdays, 10/9c, Paramount Network