Ted Lasso Season 3 Episode 1 Recap, Cast

Ted Lasso Season 3 Episode 1 Recap: Ted Lasso is still one of the best shows on streaming or network TV, whether it’s a comedy or a drama. The combination of love and fun in the Sudekis and Bill Lawrence series is pure magic on the small screen. If “It Smells Like Mean Spirit” is any sign, the third season is going to be great.

Ted Lasso Episode 1 of Season 3 Recap

Ted has been with his son Henry for the past 16 weeks. He’s just like his parents. Like Ted, he has a boyish charm that makes him easy to talk to. Ted is lonely, so the next day he goes to work, where Rebecca is worried about AFC Richmond this season. Why? Well, for one thing, her ex-husband Rupert is now the owner of West Ham United F.C., and she wants to beat him more than anything. This means staying in the Premier League and not going back to the English Football League (EFL). That means Roy is now in charge of the team’s strategy, which includes setting up the new 4-4-2 formation. That makes us wonder where Nate went.

Why did Nate leave AFC Richmond?

Nate left AFC Richmond to take charge of West Ham United, Rupert’s new team. Nate still has the same green car, but he is now wearing the expensive suits that Keeley helped him choose. While coaching his new team, he still hides his chronic insecurities behind a calm and cruel attitude. He even pulls one West Ham United player aside and tells him to stay behind the “dumb-dumb line” outside the field of play. Nate first checks Twitter when he gets to the facility to see if anyone has said anything about how he coaches. Yes, Nate needs attention all the time.

Why does Ted bring his team to the sewer?

Ted takes his team to the sewer to teach them a lesson. When they get there, he tells them that no matter how much “sh*t” is going on around them, they should just “let it flow right through them.”

At the same time, Nate has a press conference where he is asked in a condescending way if the pressure is too much for him since he used to do the laundry for another team. Nate tells him no, because he worked hard to get the job, but he feels pressured to answer such stupid questions from people who look smart. Someone had to take a picture of them on their way to the sewer, and Nate was asked about it. His response? He says it makes sense since their coach is so bad.

Rebecca asks Ted to hold a press conference to discuss Nate’s comments, the pictures, and why everyone picks them last. Most of it was turned down by Ted’s folksy charm, which everyone loves and respects. But when it came down to whether he had anything to say about Nate’s press conference, Ted did what he does best: he made fun of himself. Surprisingly, the art of making fun of yourself is the key to seduction. Ted has a lot of that, and he tells everyone how funny he thought it was. He even makes fun of himself. While Nate watches Ted’s press conference, he knows that the English press will never like him as much as they like Ted Lasso.

Who is Jake?

But later, when Ted finds out who Jake is, his good feelings are replaced by bad ones. Ted calls Henry after he has left Coach Beard for the night. His son shows him a toy hand with Thanos’s infinity stones on it. Ted asks him where he got it, and Henry says that Mom’s friend Jake gave it to him.

How Season 3 Episode 1 of Ted Lasson Ends:

What happened between Roy and Keeley?

Roy and Keeley broke up because Keeley spent so much time at her new public relations firm. They tell Roy’s niece Phoebe, who has spent a lot of time with them in season 2, what happened.

Keeley will still be a part of her life, though, she said. Phoebe is very positive about it. She says that most relationships don’t work out, but she’s happy to stay friends with Keeley. Later, Roy drives Phoebe back to her mother’s house and says that her Uncle is a fool.

Ted Lasso Season 3 Episode 1 Cast

  • Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso
  • Hannah Waddingham as Rebecca Welton
  • Jeremy Swift as Leslie Higgins
  • Phil Dunster as Jamie Tartt
  • Brett Goldstein as Roy Kent
  • Brendan Hunt as Coach Beard
  • Nick Mohammed as Nathan Shelley
  • Anthony Head as Rupert Mannion
  • Toheeb Jimoh as Sam Obisanya
  • Cristo Fern├índez as Dani Rojas
  • Kola Bokinni as Isaac McAdoo
  • Billy Harris as Colin Hughes
  • James Lance as Trent Crimm
  • Juno Temple as Keeley Jones
  • Sarah Niles as Dr. Sharon Fieldstone
  • Katy Wix as Barbara
  • Gus Turner as Henry
  • Moe Jeudy-Lamour as Thierry Zoreaux
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