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Yeah. I could see Trent saying “within the organization”. But naming names? That’s a solid way to burn your reputation in journalism.
The show has earned trust in the writing staff that they have carefully considered the plot points they choose to go with, but if I were going to have doubt, this is a place where I'd have it. The show has spent the entire last season-plus both telling and showing us what a perfect pairing they are, with deep understanding and trust, so I just didn't buy the implication at the end that they might be in some trouble. If we see them having a struggle in the next episode, it will have been entirely fabricated, and unearned. Maybe all that was for some other purpose... I have to hope so.I
I said above and I'll say it again: if they screw up the Roy/Keeley relationship I will be very bummed.
I'm totally with you there. First, there's no way a journalist would. Second, he's not from a fly-by-night operation; this is The Independent. No way he would burn his source.I know it's a TV show. But journalists will not bring their sources like that. Under any circumstances.
especially trench cream of independence
(that's how Siri heard it and that's how I'm leaving it)
Um...not sure how to break it to you, then...Keeley still loves Jamie and Roy really likes the teacher. Roy and Keeley are about to realize that they are best buds but not lovers.I said above and I'll say it again: if they screw up the Roy/Keeley relationship I will be very bummed.
Keeley loves Jamie : probablyUm...not sure how to break it to you, then...Keeley still loves Jamie and Roy really likes the teacher. Roy and Keeley are about to realize that they are best buds but not lovers.
I'm afraid I can't agree with this assessment of S1. Ted Lasso is a big-hearted comedy, but it was never drama-free. Its big strength is that it's funny while not being completely trivial and superficial. The entire show has been about personal arcs and personal relationships. The impetus of the entire show is Rebecca's divorce. You may recall that Ted's divorce and first panic attack happened in S1. And there was plenty of "drama" on the team, especially between Jamie and Roy. And of course Rebecca trying to scuttle the team was a betrayal.What made Ted Lasso great was it was a feel good comedy that didn't bog us down with drama. Why all the dark personal arcs and network like personal relationships now?
Even light and airy sitcoms have to include some drama. Drama is how stories get told, and TV series are just a long-running story. And once you've established a bunch of characters, you've got to start expanding on them to keep the audience interested. You can't just keep all the characters at arms length and have them say a few funny lines here and there and expect the audience to keep watching. The characters are supposed to be real people, and real people experience drama.I never said it was drama free. I said it didn't bog us down with drama. Which is the center of the show now.
Sorry quote came out incorrectly.