[WATCH] Harrison Ford Uses Profanity to Describe Montana Winters
For the better part of 2 years now, Montana has been experiencing a migration of people to the state. Simply bring up the topic of "California," "Out-of-Staters" or "Transplants" in a local bar, and you will get locals fired up. People always say that the "new" residents of Montana don't understand what REAL Montana is like. The "new" residents think that Montana is just like what they see on the show "Yellowstone." And there seems to be a sense of justice for the locals when a giant snowstorm or extreme temperatures give the "new" residents a taste of what REAL Montana is like.
Montanans tend to think that Montana's extreme weather will deter any more people from moving to the state.
Spend just one minute on social media during a Montana winter storm, and you will witness tons of comments about how it will "scare the Californians AWAY." Hoping that the "new" residents will realize they made a mistake and move somewhere warmer.
It looks like the classic Montana winter has scared at least one Californian from living in Big Sky Country.
Harrison Ford was recently a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. As we already know, Harrison Ford is one of the main characters in the "Yellowstone" spin-off "1923." During his interview, Ford was asked what winter is like in Montana. His reply was about as honest as any "new" resident and even most locals could describe a Montana winter. Summed up in the following clip with simple profanity.
Hear Ford's full interview on The Late Show