Even though we love all of the characters in Yellowstone so deeply, we believe that Teeter is the most important character in Paramount’s hit show. She is a ranch hand who works at the Dutton Ranch and lives in the bunkhouse with the other hands. She has provided a great deal of comic relief ever since she got involved in the series. More importantly, the character of Yellowstone Teeter portrays an unconventional female character who makes us think about gender roles in society.
She is actually a tomboy who can handle all of the so-called “guy things,” she even flirts like a male! In Yellowstone Teeter creates an authentic character, acting and speaking in her own unique way. Her genuineness is without a doubt the cause of her attraction. Let’s get to know her a little better and see why Teeter is the most important character in Yellowstone!
Yellowstone Teeter Actress
Yellowstone Teeter is played by 38-year-old actress Jennifer Landon. She is best known to the general public for her portrayal as Gwen Norbeck Manson in the soap opera As the World Turns, for which she won three Daytime Emmy Awards in a row. She also appeared in shows such as The Young and the Restless and Animal Kingdom. She even appeared in five episodes of the popular soap opera Days of Our Lives. In the 3rd season of the show, Landon joined the cast of Yellowstone and has since become everyone’s favorite.
Yellowstone Teeter Quotes
One of the reasons why Teeter is the most important character in Yellowstone is the way she speaks. Well, it is not quite easy to understand when Teeter talks. But once you figure out what she’s saying, you realize she’s a unique character, thanks to the script Sheridan has written for her. Yellowstone‘s official YouTube account posted a video in which they compiled the best Teeter quotes.
The scenes in which she tries to seduce Colby are absolutely worth watching. One of them is as follows: Colby does not respond to Teeter’s attempts to flirt with him. However, when Teeter gets hurt, he finally gives her a kiss. Teeter responds with, “That wasn’t so bad, was it? (…) We’ll work on your timing.” This was surely the scene that Teeter and Colby’s fans had been waiting for!
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Yellowstone Teeter and Colby
Teeter was the flirty one in the relationship between Teeter and Colby from the beginning. Colby, on the other hand, was not responding romantically to Teeter. Nonetheless, we’ve had that feeling for a long time that Colby has feelings for Teeter as well. He only needed a trigger to open up, and in the 3rd season episode “I Killed a Man Today,” he seemed finally ready.
They go skinny-dipping in the river in the above-mentioned episode, and Teeter jumps in the water right away, but it takes a long time to persuade Colby to jump in. Wade Morrow and his son attack them in the meantime. Teeter, unfortunately, suffers a serious facial injury. The dramatic scene when the two come together represents a turning point in Yellowstone, in terms of the relationship between Teeter and Colby. They get closer eventually, and Colby kisses Teeter! Even though it’s still unclear what will happen to their relationship, fans are insistent on shipping them!
Yellowstone Teeter Dad
Yellowstone Teeter actress Jennifer Landon is the daughter of well-known actor, singer, and director Michael London, who is best known for his roles in the Western movies Little House on the Prairie and Bonanza. Michael Landon was born in 1936 in Queens and died of pancreatic cancer in 1991. He had nine children from three marriages. Jennifer is his eighth child with Cindy Clerico, his third wife. She was only 8 years old when the beloved actor passed away, thus the daughter and father didn’t get to spend much time together.