Episode 10 of Ted Lasso Season 2 was released on Friday, and fans can't get enough of Jason Sudeikis' performance. Sudekis plays the title character and he's dealing with a lot in Season 2. Viewers recently found out that his father died by suicide when he was 16, and in episode 10, Ted continues to have panic attacks.
At the beginning of the episode, Ted is getting ready to attend a funeral but the panic attack begins. He calls Sharon (Sarah Niles) and tells her the story of how his dad died. Ted, who is mostly positive thought-out the series, is very emotional in the episode. Once he talks to Sharon, he attends the funeral which is for Rebecca's father.
"I personally didn't want to play a buffoon, or use our time and our scripts to humanise a bastard – that had been done," Sudeikis said in a recent interview with The Guardian. "Ted, the character: he's looking for the best parts of life." Sudeikis won an Emmy for his role in Ted Lasso. But after watching Episode 10, fans want him to win additional Emmys when the time comes next year.
This week’s episode of #TedLasso deserves 17 Emmy’s by itself. Just Jason Sudeikis deserves 17 for his performance. Wow.— Nate Williamson (@NateJWSports) September 24, 2021
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Jason Sudeikis’s performance got me. Sarah Niles is adorable.
I feel Rick Rolled…which was a bit too cute…what else is new re: #TedLasso Season 2.
Jaime and Keeley’s relationship: the most honest development/thing/idea this season.
“I liked the episode.” #innerRoyKent— Uncle Sam (@UncleSamofUSA) September 24, 2021
Gabriel Sotelo wrote: "That last episode tho….. Just when you think you can't love a show more."prevnext
#TedLasso dropped early last night. Watched it. Loved it. #JasonSudeikis and his team continue their brilliance, and everyone needs a therapist like #DrSharonFieldStone. @TedLasso pic.twitter.com/WdSeZiaxje— RevDodgerBlue (@RevDodgerBlue) September 24, 2021
Another fan said: "[Ted Lasso] ncapsulates the trauma that is losing someone to suicide so well, and the amount of subtle things it gets right is amazing. Having gone through losing my brother to suicide, I think it's an astonishing. [Jason Sudeikis] and cast, thank you."prevnext
The second season was lagging behind the force of the first but these last two episodes have single handedly made up for it. Wow.— Dinah (@DinahConPBL) September 24, 2021
A fan messaged the show this: "I signed up for a funny football show to laugh at the American experiencing the culture shock of the UK and knowing nothing about football, not crying at this acting masterclass by [Jason Sudeikis]."prevnext
This week’s @TedLasso is such a beautiful and heartbreaking reminder that none of us really know what anyone else is going through — or has gone through.
What an amazing episode. pic.twitter.com/n8TSX5LWfL— Jake Hamilton (@JakesTakes) September 24, 2021
A Twitter user said: "Great episode of [Ted Lasso] this week. I love this show. Jason Sudeikis and [Hannah Waddingham] are both incredible. One of the best shows I've watched for a while. Can't wait for next season!"prevnext
Another fan proclaimed: "This week's episode of [Ted Lasso] is quite possibly the finest episode of television I have seen in my entire life."prevnext
Jason Sudeikis and Hannah Waddingham have goooot the chops. They’re unbelievable in this episode— Anna Maria Tarullo (@tarullotweets) September 24, 2021
If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741-741.prev