We speculate on when and where you can expect to be able to watch Episode 2 of Season 3 of Apple TV+'s Ted Lasso.
Love & laughter are in abundance in the third & rumored last season of Ted Lasso. AFC Richmond begins the season as the preseason's consensus choice to finish dead last in the Premier League.
Inevitably, the majority of teams that are promoted to the Premier League from the English Football League are relegated the following year. Before starting to read this article, let's take a look at what happened in Ted Lasso's Season 3 Episode 1.
Ted Lasso Season 3 Episode 1 Recap
Rebecca is hoping that Lasso and Roy can help Richmond improve enough to win against Rupert and make the Premier League. Roy took over the 4-2-2 formation as Ted went to see his son Henry. Nate, meanwhile, is as attention-starved as ever and lets his abrasive side take over as coach of his new squad.
Lasso sends his squad into the sewer after the experts predict AFC Richmond will finish last. There, he tells them they must embrace the negativity around them in order to flourish and show everyone they were wrong. The photos get out, and Nate laments that they were taken in such a shabby place because of the coach.
Lasso resorts to self-deprecation as a strategy to play off Nate's harsh comments, and the English gobble it up. Nate then comes to terms with the fact that he will never again be as beloved by his coworkers as his former boss was.
Henry's father, Lasso, returns to find him playing with an unfamiliar toy and asks him where he got it from; Henry tells him that Jake, his mother's new partner, gave it to him. Lasso is taken aback by this but acts casually around his son. Phoebe, meantime, is appreciative that Keely kept in touch with Roy's ex-girlfriend after their breakup and subsequently labels her uncle an idiot for letting her go.
Ted Lasso Season 3 Episode 2 Release Date
Following on from the season's highly-anticipated return, the next chapter of the Emmy Award-winning comedy series drops on March 22, 2023. The second episode is titled “(I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea” and has a runtime of 48 minutes.
This will make it the series' second-longest episode after the Season 2 finale “Inverting the Pyramid of Success,” which clocked in at the 49-minute mark.
Let's Take a Look at Episode 2 Speculation
The English clubs get crazy when they hear that a star player wants to come there. On this day, Richmond will play its first game since returning to the Premier League.
Because Rupert has purchased West Ham, Rebecca is obsessed with making it to the Premier League and winning. She may cause Lasso, who excels at his job but cracks under pressure, to feel even greater tension.
There are already outstanding players at Richmond and Ham, with Jamie and Roy putting in a lot of effort for the former squad, but a new talent has recently become available on the English market.
Since every English club will be doing everything they can to sign him, Nate and Ted will have to put on a public display of their rivalry right away. There will undoubtedly be tensions on the field, but what about off it?
Ted has recently learned that Jake is dating his ex-wife and has a wonderful rapport with their son. Is that something that Lasso needs to worry about? The only way to find out is to watch the rest of Season 3!
Because of Keely's job, she and Roy broke up, but was that the final chapter in their relationship? Personally, I adored them as a couple and am curious to see how they adjust to being apart.
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