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.
Juno Temple’s performance in Ted Lasso’s “Midnight Train to Royston” was a beautiful exhibition of a full range of emotions.
Written by Sasha Garron Ted Lasso’s “Midnight Train to Royston” highlights the importance of a community and the benefits of uplifting each other.
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 seventh episode, “Headspace,” written by Phoebe Walsh is the exploration of decision making and digging deep into one’s own mind.
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.
“Trent Crimm, The Independent” continues Ted Lasso’s streak of superb episodes by setting up what essentially becomes this show’s spirit.
In some inexplicable way, Ted Lasso finds its perfect balance by combining everything in comedy while intermixing it effortlessly with drama.
Roy’s moment of vulnerability with Keeley and Phoebe in Ted Lasso’s “All Apologies” carries through the entire season beautifully.
Scene Breakdown: Locker Room Vulnerability in Ted Lasso’s “The Hope That Kills You” Between Keeley and Roy
Roy and Keeley’s locker room vulnerability in Ted Lasso’s “The Hope That Kills You” is a beautiful showcase of strength and adoration.