Here's How The Ranch Handled Danny Masterson's Exit

TVGuide.com | 12/9/2018 | Amanda Bell
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Netflix's The Ranch returned for Part 6 this weekend and tackled the departure of Danny Masterson, who was fired from the series amid allegations that he sexually assaulted multiple women in the early 2000s. Instead of writing him off without word of what became of his character Rooster, though, the show spent the first three episodes delving into what happened to him... and ultimately raised more questions than were answered.

Following the events of Part 5 — that is, the first half of Season 3 — when Rooster's renewed relationship with Mary (Megyn Price) led to her boyfriend Nick (Josh Burrow) putting a gun in his face and demanding he "take that bag and disappear" or disappear in a very different sense, Colt (Ashton Kutcher) is surprised when Rooster doesn't show up to work on the ranch.

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At first, he suspects Nick of having something to do with his brother's sudden absence and confronts the former felon, but when Rooster's motorcycle turns up at the bottom of a cliff after having apparently taken too sharp a turn, his theory changes: Colt suspects his brother must have faked his death to escape the wrath of Nick. He even refuses to attend Rooster's funeral on account of his disbelief that the other Bennett brother is actually gone.

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This transpires into Colt staging his own sort of search and rescue mission — just as the authorities turn their own official operation into a...
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