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Colt Bennett (Ashton Kutcher) returns home to his father's ranch. His older brother Jameson "Rooster" Bennett (Danny Masterson) is surprised to see him while his father is upset. His mother is happy to see him. Colt winds up deciding to stick around town at the ranch as the family needs the help.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The Ranch from 1635 votes.
Colt's high school sweetheart Abby (Elisha Cuthbert) is dating Kenny (Bret Harrison), much to his annoyance. His father treats him like a servant and won't listen to his ideas. As a result, Colt decides to leave, leaving Rooster to stick around as he had done. Colt drops by his mother's place, where she talks him into sticking around.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The Ranch from 1208 votes.
Back in Colorado, Luke works to win back Colt and Beau's trust. Abby invites Colt to a teachers' mixer. Mary struggles to stay clean.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The Ranch from 214 votes.
Hunting season causes Colt and Rooster to argue. However Beau and Maggie spend time together as the brothers fight.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The Ranch from 920 votes.
Beau injures his back and has to go to the doctor; something he hasn't done in twelve years. He learns that he has high blood pressure. Colt is asked to go help out the football team at his old high school by the quarterback. The coach doesn't want him to do so and Colt gets upset and makes a fool of himself. He realizes that he needs to make a change due to his father who isn't happy changing his diet.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The Ranch from 1036 votes.
Colt asks Abby to lie to the police. Joanne and Beau have a heart-wrenching talk about the future. Mary tells Luke she wants to go to rehab.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of The Ranch from 195 votes.
Rooster and Colt try to prove themselves to Beau, but he doesn't have much faith in them. Colt gets jealous when he sees Abby and Kenny together.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of The Ranch from 633 votes.
An angry Beau clears Maggie's things out of the house. Colt tries to sort out his feelings for Abby and Heather.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of The Ranch from 726 votes.
While Abby and Colt struggle with parenting an infant, another new arrival shakes things up at the ranch. Maggie confronts Mary.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of The Ranch from 226 votes.
Abby realizes she is in the wrong about Colt's relationship with Heather. Beau and Maggie try to fix things.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of The Ranch from 862 votes.
Money troubles put a strain on Colt and Abby's relationship. Beau tries to get Luke help for his PTSD but refuses to bail Colt out of a jam.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The Ranch from 216 votes.
Out on bail, Mary breaks into her old house to grab her stash. After a talk with Dale, Joanne has a change of heart. Colt and Beau confront Lisa.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The Ranch from 196 votes.
Colt hides the truth from Abby as their financial woes go from bad to worse. A drunken night leads to an awkward morning after for Mary.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The Ranch from 224 votes.
Beau's softer side emerges when he takes Luke under his wing, but Colt doesn't trust his cousin. Maggie comforts an exhausted Abby.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The Ranch from 232 votes.
Colt struggles to keep his relationship with Abby under wraps. The boys make a big purchase and try to sell Beau on a business opportunity.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The Ranch from 697 votes.
Abby asks Colt for space, but he finds every excuse in the book to drop by. Luke and Mary tie the knot in Vegas. Lisa Neumann accuses Colt of theft.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of The Ranch from 239 votes.
Colt finally wins back Abby's trust -- but he's afraid to tell her he knows who killed Nick. Beau and Joanne look for a house together.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of The Ranch from 153 votes.
Colt fixes things with Abby and upon learning that Beau and Maggie will not be home, the boys hold a party with Abby, Kenny, Heather, and her friend back at the ranch.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of The Ranch from 960 votes.
The dwindling finances cause the boys and Beau to go get a bank loan. Colt learns that he has an old disagreement with the loan manager. Beau decides to turn off the power at the ranch.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of The Ranch from 823 votes.
Abby invites Colt out for a birthday dinner ... which might be a date. But the plan goes off the rails after Colt has an argument with Luke.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of The Ranch from 160 votes.
Last updated: dec 23, 2020
The Ranch is ok. It would be a lot better if #Netflix would have left out the laugh tracks. It only goes to tell people that the humour is not funny enough to get a genuine laugh from the home audience.
I enjoyed the characters and jokes here. Very light stuff to watch. I did not find the laugh track all that disturbing.
Another classic hit from Ashton Kutcher with an array of colorful characters and Sam Elliot & Danny Masterson making for a very unique duo. Hilarious and grounded in reality, a real comedy hit. Netflix is the right platform for it, the profanity adds the right flavor to this ranch bunch and I for one want more episodes.
Netflix, bring back Rooster! He is essential
The Colorful Family With Ashton Kutcher & Sam Elliot, And Everyone Thrown Into The Mix - It Does Get Better With Each Season & Sam Elliot Is Genuinely Perfect Opposite Ashton Kutcher & Netflix Is The Perfect Platform For The Profanity Adding The Right Kind Of Country Flavor That You Can Enjoy A Laugh From It - It Had It’s Dramatic Moments With A Few Comedic Breaks Thrown In - A Show Worth Watching
_The Ranch_ fills a niche in TV that isn't really populated by any other shows. There are very few shows that portray this sort of lifestyle. Even fewer are ones that include comedy. I like that is breaks from the typical rich LA/New York suburbia sitcom setup. It started a little slow, it was clear that everyone was still trying to find the rhythm to their interactions with each other, but quickly grew on me. I think Season 2 was even funnier and better than Season 1. Best part about this show is the chemistry between Ashton and Danny and pulling out Rooster really killed much of that chemistry. What I don't like about the show: - Some episodes are very repetitive. For example, during the Part Four each episode was just one character having an explosive argument with another and then having them make up by the end. And I think their problems with the ranch is recycled more than anything else. Every season they are fighting for the ranch, or someone is in danger of losing the ranch or not being able to sell the herd. - I don’t like the actress who plays Maggie. Her delivery is always so flat, robotic and monotonous. Also, I'm so over Hank - his random interjections have gotten so predictable that you can always tell when he is about to say something. I didn't expect I'd enjoy it as much as I have. I especially like that I didn’t feel a particular political agenda being pushed. Or any agenda at all.
Was 9/10 before Masterson's firing, now i think it's the usual comedy series. Still acceptable, but there isn't any reason to suggest the vision of it. #bringbackRooster
Netflix, bring back Rooster, he is an essential part of this show!
The laugh track is a real turn off
Yes the laugh track was really annoying at first but now I just tune it out. It took a couple of episodes for me to really get into. Now I really like it. Major Sam Elliot fan and I like his cranky personality lol.
As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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