Ted Lasso’s “Inverting the Pyramid of Success” is a brilliant 50 minutes of television with the necessary themes we could all take notes on.
Written by Sasha Garron Ted Lasso’s “Midnight Train to Royston” highlights the importance of a community and the benefits of uplifting each other.
Ted Lasso’s “No Weddings and a Funeral” assiduously takes viewers through an emotional journey with Ted, Rebecca, and almost every other character.
We did it, Greyhounds! Apple TV’s Ted Lasso wins best comedy at the 2021 Emmys and for a moment, all is right in the world because of this.
Ted Lasso’s “The Signal” is a great episode that takes viewers through the dark forest that was forewarned in last week’s “Rainbow.”
Ted Lasso’s “Carol of the Bells” is a magical episode that showcases just how important everyone’s joy and place in the world is.
Ted Lasso’s third episode of the season, “Do The Right-est Thing” paints its theme clear as day through the title.
In the bravery to tell a story infused with kindness, Ted Lasso’s season one finale, “The Hope That Kills You” heals through its sadness.
Ted Lasso’s “For the Children” emphasizes the importance of accountability and allows its characters to be vulnerable where necessary.
Ted Lasso’s “Biscuits” does an exquisite job of projecting the kind of warmth that sitting at home (or in your favorite space) brings forth.
In some inexplicable way, Ted Lasso finds its perfect balance by combining everything in comedy while intermixing it effortlessly with drama.
Until the start of season two, we might as well deem Thursday scene breakdowns as Ted Lasso scene breakdown days because I have no plans to stop this quest quite yet. As … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Apologies and Forgiveness on Ted Lasso’s “All Apologies”
We might never recover from Rebecca singing “Let it Go” in Ted Lasso’s “Make Rebecca Great Again.”