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Season 2 Of “Ted Lasso” Didn't Have A Real Villain And That's OK – BuzzFeed

BuzzFeed Daily: It is, and I knew that was going to happen. I think that’s what bothers me, too. I knew from the second episode, since the therapist showed up, that we were going to deal with Ted eventually going into therapy and dealing with his trauma. I’m like, “Let’s give this show a chance! That’s clearly where they’re going in a minute.”

EM: Again, that’s when you only make a certain number of episodes available. It’s the only thing that critics can review, and I get it. But also, I think it was sort of trying to hang too much on what was available for people, because by the end of everything else, by the end of having watched everything, I think you come away with a different reaction.

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