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Part 5 (otherwise known as season 3, part 1) of The Ranch, starring Ashton Kutcher, was released June 15 on Netflix and our heroes just found out that the gas pipeline, which was going to bring them some much-needed financial relief, has been canceled thanks to protesters. When Rooster meets one of the protesters in a bar, he tells her she "fucked up a lot of peoples' lives with that protest" and realizes that is the one thing that could stop him from hitting on an attractive woman.
The Ranch Part 4 saw fortunes changing for the Bennett family, as well as for other struggling ranchers in the community of Garrison, Colorado, when an oil and gas company announced they were going to put a pipeline through. The income this would bring was going to help immensely. The Bennets made plans to buy the ranch next door and risked it all - only to have the company pull out because of ill-informed protesters.
Rooster - Bennett - Danny - Masterson - Netflix
So, when Rooster Bennett (Danny Masterson, who was fired by Netflix and written out of the show after allegations of sexual assault) runs into one of those protesters at the local bar in episode 2 "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right," he realizes he can't overlook it, even for a woman who seems perfect for him otherwise.
Rooster: So, Megan, what brings you to Garrison.
Megan - Pipeline
Megan: I've been here protesting the pipeline.
Megan - Yep
Megan: Yep, and we actually stopped it.
Rooster: You know, you fucked up a...
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