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Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 7 Ending Explained. What Is Jamie’s Plan? Paramount+

Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 7: Ending Explained.

In the fifth season of Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone,” John Dutton becomes governor of Montana. After dealing with market equities and eliminating their threat to his property, John will face new challenges. In this episode, titled “The Dream Is Not Me,” John discovers his cattle are suffering from a deadly disease that could wipe out his income for a year. While John searches for a solution to this problem, Jamie Dutton formulates a new plan to get revenge on his adoptive father. If you want to know more about Jamie’s plan, here’s everything you need to know about the finale of Episode 7 of Yellowstone Season 5!

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Yellowstone Season 5 Episode 7 Recap

The seventh episode, titled “The Dream Is Not Me”, begins with a flashback of Young Rip and Rowdy looking for wolves in the pastures. Rowdy makes obscene remarks at night about Beth, which angers Rip. A fight breaks between the two and Rip overpowers Rowdy. In the end, Rip stabs Rowdy with a knife and he succumbs to his injuries. Rip reveals the truth to John Dutton, who demands Rip’s loyalty in exchange for covering up the murder.

Rip promises to take care of the ranch. In the present, Jamie tells Sarah Atwood about her relationship with her adoptive father, John Dutton (Kevin Costner). Jamie explains that he loves the Yellowstone ranch, which makes him wish he were a cowboy. John forced him to become a lawyer. As a result, Jamie develops a grudge against John. However, Jamie insists he wants to save the ranch but sees no financial future for the venture. Sarah explains to everyone that the US ranching business will die out in the next few decades and tourism is the only source of income Montana can go for. So, as you know Sarah encourages Jamie to support Market Equities and their real estate projects in the region.

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Yellowstone Ranch

At Yellowstone Ranch, the Duttons and ranch hands prepare for another day of cattle branding. Beth and Monica talk and Beth expresses her condolences for Monica’s dead baby. Meanwhile, President Thomas Rainwater is meeting with Senator Lynelle Perry. the latter revealing that the President has approved two gas pipelines crossing the Broken Rock Reservation. Perry states that she will oppose the decision, and Rainwater convinces her to support his claim to the presidential position to fight the pipeline plans. At the ranch, Summer helps with branding and learns about the rancher lifestyle. While driving across the pastures, John, Rip, and the others spot several stillborn buffalo. As a result, John realizes the pack has brucellosis. John separates the cattle from the rest of the herd to prevent the spread of the disease.

He decides to lease some land from the ranch and keep the cattle on the property for a year to treat the disease. Rip offers to take over and prepares to evict the cattle from the ranch. He recruits Ryan, Walker, Teeter, and Jake to join him while he puts Lloyd in charge of the ranch. John tells Beth about his plan to evict the cattle from the ranch. However, when Beth does the math, she realizes that the Duttons can’t afford to spend a year cleaning up the country. Also, John can’t sell the buffaloes either. as it would prevent him from having an income next year. So Beth looks for an alternative solution. Meanwhile, John arranges for Rip and the others to drive the cattle to a ranch in Texas.

Beth learns that the Four Sixes Ranch in Texas is selling its meat and making a big profit. He suggests that John take out a loan to start a meat factory. Rip and the ranch hands visit the local county fair before moving house for over a year. At the carnival, Kayce and Monica talk about their future. Meanwhile, Rip tells Beth approximately his departure and she decides to enroll in Rip to be together with her husband. John attends the county truthful with Summer, who now is familiar with the Dutton family’s manner of life. So he shows that John opens up his ranch to greater human beings that will apprehend his factor of view. Ryan and Abby cut up after the previous tells the singer approximately his departure to Texas.

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What Is Jamie’s Plan?

In the episode, Sarah Atwood and Ellis Steele meet Jamie Dutton in his office. Ellis is famous John located the Yellowstone ranch on land agreed with and transferred its stewardship to an environmental group, which gave it covered place status. The land become formerly leased from Jamie to Marlet Equities. However, John’s setting the ranch on a reservation way the business enterprise can’t use the land for construction. Because land is important to market equities. The Company wants Jamie to revoke the easement with his position as  Attorney General. After Jamie loses his calm, Sarah talks to him. She suggests that John’s actions will result in a lawsuit not only against the Duttons but also against the state of Montana. The state could lose around billions of dollars in lawsuits, severely affecting the state’s economy and financial strength. So Sarah suggests that Jamie use the situation to impeach John as governor.

In the last moments of the episode, Jamie sees the lists of Sarah’s suggestions. As a result, he prepares to argue in court that John’s actions have hurt the state’s potential revenues and could endanger the living standards of all citizens. John is forced to resign, leading to an emergency election that Jamie will hope to win. By exposing John’s shortcomings as governor, the public will likely vote for Jamie and make him Montana’s next Governor. Let’s see whether Jamie’s plan will work.

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