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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 7 Review: Resurrection Day

Yellowstone season 2 swings for the most jagged and ill-made fences.

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This Yellowstone review contains spoilers.

With the second season premiere of Succession looming on HBO this weekend and Billions on a break over at Showtime, the latest episode of Paramount’s own take on the popular “obscenely rich and deplorable families” genre firmly made its case. As strong (and weak) as the Duttons, their allies, and their enemies may seem, everyone in this program amounts to the same thing: caricatures of unforgivable violence and mayhem that, no matter how much audiences are pushed to empathize with them, are wholly beyond salvation.

Consider an otherwise tender moment between siblings Jamie (Wes Bentley) and Beth (Kelly Reilly) in the first five minutes of “Resurrection Day.”

“You know what's so dangerous about you?" she says. "You justify every act before you commit them. You're consumed with the world's perception of you.

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