He and she don't wish to be changed by one other, thereforeThe drama in Yellowstone, both on and off camera, feeds on ambiguity due to.
The unknowns of murder attempts, power conflicts, and even the uncertainty surrounding the future of the popular TV show.
However, one thing in Yellowstone is certain: Rip and Beth's (Cole Hauser and Kelly Reilly) affection for one another.
Few TV partners know each other better than Rip and Beth know each other, and at the end of the day, despite everything that happens between credits, you know they're going to end up together.
The couple's relationship is anything but traditional; it's an open relationship between two people with wildly divergent lifestyles and preferences.
Reilly explains how the two characters manage it in an exclusive footage from the additional features of the Yellowstone Season 5 Part 1 DVD and Blu-ray package, which is out now.
The foundation of Beth and Rip's relationship, according to Reilly, "is their complete devotion to each other as who they are."
She doesn't want him to change, and neither does he. I find that to be a really lovely quality in a couple.