How Season 5 of "Yellowstone" Pays Tribute to Timothy Reynolds,

Watch 'Em Ride Away," the fifth episode of Yellowstone's fifth season, was made in honor of Timothy Reynolds. The Yellowstone Dutton Ranch gets ready for a cattle branding in this episode.

 In the meantime, Beth and Summer's tension comes to a head. Here are the important facts about the episode's dedication.

Spoilers for Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 5 are coming up.

What happened in Season 5 Episode 5 of "Yellowstone"?

In the most recent episode of Yellowstone, Beth's fight with Summer Higgins got a lot of attention. Monica, Kayce, and Tate decide to go to a cattle branding at the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch, which is getting ready for it. Summer keeps talking loudly about her beliefs at a family dinner until Beth suggests they "take a walk." 

Beth and Summer fight in the front yard until Rip stops them. He says they should both hit each other until one of them gives up. Summer gives up in the end, and Beth helps her get up. The women respect each other more now than they did before. It looks like the Dutton home may not be as tense in the future. Episode 5 of Season 5 of "Yellowstone" was made for Timothy Reynolds.

Timothy Reynolds, who died on August 24, 2022, at the age of 66, was remembered in the title card of Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 5. The reason Reynolds died hasn't been said. Reynolds was a valuable member of the Yellowstone crew. He was an electrician and what the industry calls a "best boy (electric)."

In TV and movies, a best boy usually helps the head of a department, like the gaffer or the key grip. Reynolds's work behind the scenes made Yellowstone the beautiful show that it has always been. Reynolds was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and his first job was as a stock broker, according to Express. He later went to work in the entertainment business.

Reynolds had been in other places before he went to Yellowstone. In 1997, he played an electrician in the TV movie Not in this Town. This was the first time he worked on a movie.

 He had similar parts in the Ari Astor horror movie Hereditary and in Wind River, one of Taylor Sheridan's earlier books. IMDb says that Reynolds worked on 31 episodes of Yellowstone, and he called working on the set of Yellowstone his "dream job" in an Instagram post. Caleb Rasak, who worked on the movie "Yellowstone," wrote a tribute to Reynolds.

Caleb Rasak, who worked with Reynolds on the set of Yellowstone, wrote a touching tribute to her on Instagram. He wrote, "Tim Senior was my best friend and like a father to me." 

"He welcomed me into Utah with open arms and put me in touch with so many people who helped me become the person I am today. Timmy, we will miss you so much. Brother, I love you. Stay at peace."

Season 5 of Yellowstone starts with new episodes on Sunday nights on the Paramount Network.


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