Well, he’s [Taylor Sheridan] a big reason, obviously. Kevin’s another one. I have always watched him from afar and think the world of him as an actor and a storyteller and a director, for that matter. But I think ultimately it was what he wrote … for Rip, and it wasn’t a lot in the beginning, in the pilot, in the first couple of episodes. But I think over time, him and I talked a lot, and … brainstormed and … sat together and kind of laid out what Rip was to him. And then you know, kind of what I thought Rip was to me and I think we just both agreed. … We both came to this kind of place where we’re like god dammit we see totally eye-to-eye and let’s create this … really kind of amazing, but also dark kind of figure that has the ability to show an extreme anger and … also love. … He’s got a lot of colors and I think that’s why, I hope, that’s why the audience has really enjoyed him … as a character on Yellowstone.