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Teeter's Funniest Moments From Yellowstone Season 4 Ranked

"Yellowstone" is a gripping drama centered around the Dutton family, who must battle outside forces attempting to seize control of their vast Montana property. Created by Taylor Sheridan, the Kevin Costner-led series is violent, dark, gritty ... and also pretty darned funny at times. This is thanks to the presence of likable characters such as the foul-mouthed, tough talkin' renegade Teeter (Jennifer Landon).

Introduced in Season 3, Teeter is part of the "Bunkhouse Gang" — Colby (Denim Richards), Ryan (Ian Bohen), Walker (Ryan Bingham), Lloyd (Forrie J. Smith), and sometimes Jimmy (Jefferson White) and rodeo girls Laramie (Hassie Harrison) and Mia (Eden Brolin) — and one of several workers on the Dutton Ranch who gets swept up in the Duttons' melodrama. To date, the character has survived an attack-by-horse-trample that left her head split open and an assault by local militia. Neither of these seemed to bother her all that much, as she's too busy trying to gain the affection of bunkmate Colby.

In Season 4, Teeter doesn't have as much to do as she did in Season 3 and mostly pops up to provide much-needed comedy relief. That's just fine with us, because she's genuinely hilarious in her brief screen time. For proof, check out the following list which compiles Teeter's funniest moments from Season 4 of "Yellowstone" from worst to best.

12. 'Don't tell people you're from Texas'

Early in the season, in a brief moment of levity following the intensity of the previous episodes (which saw the Duttons fend off a series of attacks from a violent militia), Teeter is seen hanging out with Travis Wheatley (Taylor Sheridan). He busily does his Travis Wheatley thing — i.e., show off horses and his amazing ability to ride them — for John Dutton (Kevin Costner) and Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser). In-between demonstrations, Travis asks Teeter where she's from, clearly taken by her unique dialect. The young, pink-haired cowgirl reveals that she hails from Texarkana.   

"Which side of the river?" Travis asks. "North," she responds. Shaking his head, the smooth talking cowboy replies, "That is not Texas, that is f****** Arkansas. Don't tell people you're from Texas." He's only partially serious. We think. 

Cool as a cucumber, Teeter watches him ride away and casually responds, "Whatever you say."

Travis gets the upper hand here, but it's fun to see Teeter interact with anyone. 

11. 'What are we doing?'

Later, in the same episode, the Bunkhouse Gang — still reeling from the militia attack in the Season 3 finale, during which they savagely beat and hanged one their attackers — gather around the table with a fresh from the hospital Jimmy to eat some food, drink a little beer, and recuperate from the day's events. Ryan starts talking about Travis' horses, exclaiming, "Did you see those f****** horses today? Goddamn, what I'd give to ride one of those ..." 

Naturally, Teeter, who enters the bunkhouse last, jumps in and says, "I heard riding and I heard f******. What are we doing?"

It's more of a throwaway line, but also does a great job showing the thought process of the Dutton Ranch workers, who clearly crave only the basic pleasures of life. You get the sense that if anyone offered either option, Teeter would happily join in the fun. 

10. Teeter loves a good horse

In Episode 3, Teeter's lone piece of dialogue comes in an early bit. While snacking on some food, she prompts Laramie to follow her: "You want to go look at some s***?" The pair make their way towards a pair of massive horse trucks. Teeter grins and exclaims, "That is sexy." Colby, standing nearby, shakes his head. "No," he says pointing at a group of horses, "that's sexy!" 

Teeter notices the beautiful animals and blurts out, "What did them f****** things cost?"

"Well," Colby replies, "more than the truck." 

It's a brief moment but, again demonstrates just how much the characters of "Yellowstone" truly love the world they inhabit. Where others might find beauty in a big screen TV or a sports car, this group values horse trailers, horses, and cattle. Also, it's always fun to see Colby and Teeter interact with one another, as the pair form one of the more unlikely relationships on the show. 

9. Teeter praises Mia's poker skills

Poor Ryan. The guy can't seem to ever catch a break. Case in point: in Episode 10, Ryan is engage in a game of poker with his fellow bunkmates. Everyone thinks he's bluffing, but no one has the guts to challenge him — except Mia. Ryan raises the stakes by going all in, which Mia (still believing he's full of horse manure) promptly matches. Ryan flips over his cards — ace, king, seven, jack — but, in true cinematic fashion, Mia reveals she has a superior ace and a seven. 

Ryan can hardly believe his luck, but his humiliation is further expounded when Teeter, seated at the same table and goosed up as always, exclaims, "She went and dry f***** 'em right there, didn't she?" It's telling that in a scene that's not even about her, Teeter still manages to find ways to come out on top.  

8. Teeter messes with Colby

The ongoing competition between Colby and Ryan offers some of the funniest moments on "Yellowstone." The pair compete and tease each other over just about everything, particularly roping where either man claims to be the best. Funny enough, in Episode 10, when it comes time to actually show their mettle, the pair sit on the sidelines, content to babysit a water cooler. 

This doesn't work for Teeter who, after demonstrating her astonishing skills with a rope, beckons her quasi-lover: "Hey, sweet t***, you ain't ropin'?" Colby, undeterred, responds with, "We're on cooler patrol."   

Ever the flirt, Teeter continues to harass Colby. "Come on, don't be intimidated," she says. "You gotta come up here, an' rope with mama." 

It's a casually funny bit that illustrates Teeter's ability to hold her own against the largely male-centric team. It also one that makes us question whether Colby is, perhaps, a little intimidated by this strange woman who has — so far — managed to capture his attention on more than one occasion. 

7. Teeter makes some chili

There's a great moment in Episode 4 where Teeter makes the Bunkhouse Gang some chili. No one, especially not Colby, trusts her to make a decent meal, even while she insists it's going to be great. Generously, she offers the first bowl to Colby who pushes it away. "Come on baby, I need you stronger for later," Teeter quips. Ryan quickly snatches the dish from his pal and digs in and, to his surprise, finds the dish delicious. This prompts the others to join in the feast. 

"What's in it," Colby asks. "Everything, baby," Teeter casually replies with a smile. 

As it turns out, Teeter uses everything from the cow that no one else wants to make this particular dish, dubbed "sum bits." The revelation causes Jake (Jake Ream) to toss his food in disgust and quickly take a swig of beer — a sight that's hilarious in its own right — but everyone else seems impressed with Teeter's cooking skills. 

The funny scene shows how Teeter has quickly established herself in the bunkhouse, where she has earned the trust of her fellow ranch hands. It also shows that, when it comes to Teeter, nothing ever goes the way you expect. 

6. 'Whatever you say, baby ...'

In another example of Teeter and Colby's budding relationship, in Episode 7 the Bunkhouse Gang are once again piled on the couch watching a bit of rodeo. At one point, Teeter shouts, "That's a Yellowstone horse!" Funny enough, due to her wild dialect, Teeter's pronouncement of "Yellowstone" comes across as "Yellerstone" (even the subtitles reference as much), a hiccup Colby catches and quickly tries to correct. "Look, it's not 'Yellerstone,'" he says with a sigh. "It's Yellowstone."

Teeter being Teeter, the young woman brushes off Colby's condescending comment with: "Whatever you say, baby, just take your pants off." She clearly knows how to push Colby's buttons. Though, in this case, it's likely a two-pronged approach — she makes him squirm a little in retaliation for his remark whilst simultaneously revealing more of her desires for the young ranch hand. If Colby obliged her request, we doubt Teeter would complain. 

To add more flavor to the scene, everyone in the bunkhouse chimes in with some variation of "Get a room" following Teeter's flirtatious remark. Another great example of why we love the Bunkhouse Gang.

5. 'You wanna scratch behind my ears?'

One of Season 4's more memorable moments arrives in Episode 9 during another round of cards. This one features young Carter (Finn Little), who proceeds to school the Bunkhouse Gang in the art of card play and trash talking, while Rip looks on like a proud father. After another round leaves the kid victorious, a bewildered Lloyd angrily tosses his cards on the table and blurts, "The little card shark, m***********' kid." 

Teeter agrees, chiming in with a verbal assault of her own: "Hay ain't no kid, he's just a m************ card sharkin' — little elf."

Her comment is funny by itself, but, surprisingly, Colby actually agrees with Teeter for once and says, "You tell him, baby!" The comment immediately plasters a smile on Teeter's face. "I love it when you call me baby," she retorts. Of course, Teeter being Teeter, she takes the opportunity to toss in another one of her bizarre flirtations. "You wanna scratch behind my ears?"

Colby, straight faced, replies with a stern, "No." Teeter doubles down with, "What about my other ears?" Whatever that means.

Again, making the moment even funnier is the Bunkhouse Gang's utter disgust with Teeter's lack of a filter. "Get a room," they all shout to the pair.

4. 'Teeter talk'

There are a number of moments in Season 4 of "Yellowstone" where Teeter randomly chimes into a conversation she initially has nothing to do with. One of those bits occurs in Episode 6 during a card game in the bunkhouse. Walker views the game while seated next to Laramie, but doesn't participate. When asked why he doesn't join in, the cool-headed singer notes that he works too hard for his money to risk it to chance. His comments leave Ryan and Colby incredulous. "Did you hear what that man said?" Ryan asks the other, to which Colby replies, "I don't know nothing about him working hard, I'm usually busy working too hard to notice."

Naturally, Teeter, who had remained silent throughout the scene, provides the exclamation point to the conversation, delivering the zinger: "Dude, y'all f****** kidding me? Y'all wouldn't know hard work if it crawled up your leg and sucked on your f****** p*****!" 

Laramie's response to Teeter's comment is great: "There's Teeter talk," she says with a laugh, and we're all unbelievably happy to learn that the Bunkhouse Gang has given Teeter's foul mouthed lingo its own name. 

3. Teeter says goodbye to Jimmy

In Episode 10, Teeter's final scene of Season 4 comes when she joins the Bunkhouse Gang to bid their friend Jimmy adieu. The young cowboy is on his way to the 6666 Ranch (or Four Sixes) to start a new life (and a new spinoff series) with his fiancée. As he makes his way down the line saying goodbye to his former bunkmates, he stops in front of Teeter who offers, "When you get back to Texas you all start making f****** babies, have yourself a hell of a life. Okay?"

While her dialogue isn't quite as hard to understand in Season 4 as it was in Season 3, Jimmy still fails to register her comment and even asks his fiancée, Emily, "You understand a word of what she just said?"

Laughing, Emily responds, "Something about our taxes?"

Jimmy didn't know Teeter for long, or interact with the character all that much, but the moment provides a nice callback to the previous season where he hilariously never understood a word she said. Honestly, there wasn't a better way for these two to say goodbye.

2. Roping in space

The funniest Teeter moment in Season 4 of "Yellowstone" arrives in Episode 5 when, while watching some ropin' cowboys on TV, Ryan and Colby start arguing over who's better with the lasso. Ryan insists he throws the better rope, to which Colby fires back, "In what world can you out rope me?"

Ryan, probably a little drunk, exclaims, "In any world. Literally on any f****** planet. I'll take you to outer space and out rope your ass in outer space. I don't care."

Hilariously, Jake counters Ryan's claim with this doozy: "What the hell kind of roping are you gonna do in outer space? It's called gravity." That line is so dopey, it causes Teeter, who had sat idly by while her cohorts engaged in the back and forth, to sit up and exclaim in genuine astonishment: "What the f*** are you all talking about, roping in f****** space? That's f****** insane!"

Jennifer Landon's deliver of the line is enough to induce a hearty laugh, but the moment also demonstrates the camaraderie amongst the Bunkhouse Gang that has grown since the first season. You get the feeling these guys care for and admire one another, even if they spend far too much time harassing each other for kicks.

1. Teeter gets emotional.

"Yellowstone" Season 4 doesn't spend too much time with the Bunkhouse Gang, but does afford the crew one engaging storyline. Namely, a bitter feud between Lloyd and Walker that's partially over Laramie and mostly about Lloyd's pride.

Either way, the conflict quickly escalates and, at one point, leaves Walker with a knife in his shoulder and Lloyd precariously close from a trip to the train station. As such, John Dutton orders the women off the ranch, something that doesn't sit right with Teeter, particularly since she carries the fabled Yellowstone brand on her chest.

In Episode 7, she pleads her case to John and ranch foreman Rip, stating that the fight between Walker and Lloyd had nothing to do with her. After some back and forth, Rip agrees to let Teeter back in the bunkhouse, a decision that leaves her in tears. After apologizing for her display of emotion, Teeter can't help "Teetering" up the moment by unexpectedly (and awkwardly) asking Rip, "I don't know, do you need help with ... s***?" 

His reply? "Just get your stuff, Teeter."

The moment is both funny and rather touching. Up until this point, Teeter had mostly been known as the unhinged, foul mouthed, Texarkana native with a curious way of delivering dialogue that often leaves everyone (including viewers) scratching their heads. After her revealing moment with Rip, Teeter is no longer just a caricature, but an actual person we love and respect.