Only 3 more episodes remain in the current season of Yellowstone. There are still lots of questions that need to be answered. Not to mention the premiere of the "Yellowstone" prequel "1883," this Sunday.

It is clear that "Yellowstone" is a hit among viewers. And it just keeps getting better. Meaning more and more people are engulfing themselves in the "Yellowstone" craze. This past Halloween, some of the most popular adult costumes were based on the show. Photos of couple dressing up as Rip and Beth littered social media. Not to mention a ton of Kevin Costner look-a-likes dressed up as John Dutton. But, Halloween isn't the only time people dress up in their "Yellowstone" outfits. It appears that Beth Dutton's sense of fashion has sparked a craze among the ladies. With people clamoring to find the same pair of boots or wool jacket Beth wore in previous episodes.

Paramount Network's "Yellowstone" Season 2 Premiere Party At Lombardi House
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You gotta give it to the show's creator, Taylor Sheridan. He has found a way to get our attention and keep it for 4 years now. I got to say, I wasn't super impressed with the show from the start. Mostly because I felt it didn't represent Montana in a positive light. But, as the storylines progressed and character development kicked in, I found myself getting more and more interested.

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I think the same can be said for just about every fan of the show. It probably started off as a "slow burn" and quickly grew into a raging inferno. This can be perfectly summed up in the following video. This hilarious video shows how some fans may have snowballed out of control over the last 4 seasons. Going from a casual Sunday night show for couples to enjoy. To owning cattle and carrying an AR-15.

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