Join us for a look back at Season 2 of the wonderful, life-affirming, heart-breaker Apple+ show, Ted Lasso. Does this unexpected hit continue kicking goals past the goalie, directly into our hearts? Or has the shine gone off the ball for this sophomore outing? (Can we get any more malapropisms into this description? Is a bear Catholic?)
Join Jill, Peta, Dion and Quinny for this in-depth discussion that reminds us that sometimes while it’s time for “Girl Talk”, it sometimes needs to also be a bit of “Girl, Listen”…
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It would be easy to rest on laurels or drop the ball after such a strong first season; it's heartening then that not only have they kept control of the ball, but they are still kicking emotional goals.
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Its a careful and caring exploration of mental health and supportive relationships
It is just SWIMMING in excellent examples of healthy communication and respect
But it also has a spine and isn't shy about being honest. It's a fucking joy.
The divisive Nate storyline is a tough one to engage with and really hoes the boot in to the heart.
There are two outsider episodes which feel odd, and sit unusually in the season.
Some of the concepts behind characters mental health issues were triggering for some and tropey for others.