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‘Ted Lasso’ Review: Season 2 Finale Brings a Stellar Season Full Circle — and Teases Trouble Next Year

‘Ted Lasso’ Review: Season 2 Finale Brings a Stellar Season Full Circle — and Teases Trouble Next Year

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Ted Lasso” Season 2, Episode 12, “Inverting the Pyramid of Success.”]

After all those ties to start the season, it took one more for Richmond AFC to make its way back into the Premier League. Dani Rojas (Cristo Fernández) made up for the opening episode’s mascot manslaughter by kicking the game-tying goal in the finale; Jamie Tartt (Phil Dunster), whose selfish tendencies left him off the pitch to start the season, learned when to turn on the star power and when to step aside for the right reasons; even the team they tied in the Season 2 finale, Brentford Fc, was the same one that mocked their winless streak in the premiere by sending over a giant order of Thai food.

Callbacks aside, Season 2 ultimately felt like the very thing non-soccer-loving Americans have trouble wrapping their heads around (including Ted): a winning tie. What makes it a tie is both obvious and complicated.

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