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.
August 22-28“The Signal” | Ted LassoJason Sudeikis Jason Sudeikis has tethered himself onto Ted Lasso with such admirable devotion, it has resulted in the kind of embodiment that can function … Continue Reading This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance: Jason Sudeikis
“Rainbow” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso’s fifth episode “Rainbow” written by Bill Wrubel is as close to perfect as it gets. It’s witty, it’s hilarious, it’s emotionally propelled, and it’s structured … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×05 “Rainbow” Review
“Carol of the Bells” Spoilers Ahead If I loved this Christmas special of Ted Lasso less, I might be able to talk about it more. (The sole fact that I’ll … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×04 “Carol of the Bells” Review
“Do The Right-est Thing” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso’s third episode of the season, “Do The Right-est Thing” paints its theme clear as day through the title, making sure audience members … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×03 “Do The Right-est Thing” Review
“Lavender” Spoilers Ahead As flowers, lavenders are known to symbolize a plethora of things, including: purity, silence, devotion, caution, serenity, grace, and calmness. There’s beauty to them as well, but … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×02 “Lavender” Review
“Goodbye, Earl” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso is back, and hope is still alive. When we left off in “The Hope That Kills You,” the team’s loss against Manchester City brought … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×01 “Goodbye, Earl” Review
“The Hope That Kills You” is one of the most hopeful episodes of television I’ve watched in years, and yet so few things about it are actually happy. It’s an … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×10 “The Hope That Kills You” Review
“All Apologies” is the kind of episode that not only changes the trajectory of the character journeys, but it cements the thematic importance of belief that Ted Lasso is grounded … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×09 “All Apologies” Review
“The Diamond Dogs” is everything that a solid A+ episode should be, and it’s the best kind of surprise this show has to offer. Its thematic focus on curiosity and … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×08 “The Diamond Dogs” Review
The only complaint I have towards this episode is the title. (If you’ve lived in the U.S. then you know just how triggering it is.) Excluding that, “Make Rebecca Great … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×07 “Make Rebecca Great Again” Review
Right after the finale, Ted Lasso’s “Tan Lines” is surprisingly the episode I’ve written the most on, and it’s because it continues to be just that—surprising. It’s the episode that’s … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×05 “Tan Lines” Review
Accountability matters, and Ted Lasso’s “For the Children” brings to light that fact beautifully in an episode that’s all about growth and finding warmth in the darkness. When the annual … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×04 “For the Children” Review
“Trent Crimm, The Independent” continues Ted Lasso’s streak of superb episodes by setting up what essentially becomes this show’s spirit. It’s the show and characters you can’t help but root … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×03 “Trent Crimm, The Independent” Review