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Teeter's Best Moment From Yellowstone Season 3

The forthright, outrageous Teeter, played by Jennifer Landon, has become a somewhat controversial figure to fans of "Yellowstone." Fans posting to the "Yellowstone" subreddit either love or hate her, but a lot of them were in her corner when she nearly lost her job on the Dutton Ranch in Season 4. After convincing John Dutton (Kevin Costner) and Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) of her worth, it seems that the unforgettable, quirky tomboy of a ranch hand is definitely here to stay. And her friends at the ranch — chiefly her almost-more-than-a-friend Colby (Denim Richards) couldn't be happier about it.

But what's the best Teeter-related moment to take place during Season 3, which was when Teeter was first introduced to the show's audience? Here's a moment that we — and the show's fans — really think stood out.

Teeter kiss with Colby was her best moment

"Yellowstone" fans may have mixed opinions about Teeter, and even about her confusing relationship with Colby, but they definitely enjoyed it when she finally charmed Colby into planting a kiss on her. The moment took place in "Meaner Than Evil" after the twosome survived nearly being trampled to death by Wade (Boots Southerland) and Clint Morrow (Brent Walker) while skinny dipping.

"That wasn't so bad, was it?" observes Teeter after the peck, clearly reflecting on her season-long romantic steeplechase of her fellow hand. She then adds that she wishes he'd bussed her "while I still had a face, but that's all right, we'll work on your timing."

The moment had a lot of support both from the press and the show's audience. The clinch made TVLine's list of the best Season 3 moments as an honorable mention, the only Teeter scene to make it onto the list. The kiss and Teeter's quip also made a Paramount Network-compiled highlight reel of Teeter's best moments. And fans seemed to like it, too.

"It was perfectly written," said u/Calisunset2004 about the scene. "It was fun to watch," agreed u/AnnaNonna. "It was also the first time you see Teeter vulnerable and not being weird," said u/CallieBear79, which marks the importance of the scene to Teeter's character. Regardless of their opinion of the character, they nonetheless were happy that Teeter got a moment in the sun.