Once back above ground, Ted gets called into Rebecca’s office.
“I’m upset because the team that I own is projected to finish last this season,” she yells at him, “and my manager decided to skip training and take our players into a f–king sewer.”
When Ted tells Rebecca that he’s not planning on responding to Nate’s comment about him, she urges him to stand up for himself and his team.
“I am begging you, please,” she says. “Fight back.”
However, at his own pre-season press conference, Ted doesn’t take her advice and instead calls Nate’s remark “hilarious,” all while making the press room laugh with his cheesy, albeit charming, American sense of humor.
Off the field and away from the office, Roy (Brett Goldstein) and Keeley address the elephant in the room: their relationship. At the end of season two, the couple revealed they were going to spend their respective summers apart from another.
In a conversation with Roy’s niece Phoebe (Elodie Blomfield), they don’t mince words.
“We broke up,” Roy tells her, while Keeley assures Phoebe that the two of them will still be friends.
Easier said than done.
Back home, Ted calls up Henry on FaceTime to ask about his flight. During the call, Henry reveals a light-up Thanos hand like the one worn by the MCU villain in Avengers: Infinity War.
“Jake gave it to me,” Henry tells his dad, to which Ted responds, “Who’s Jake?”
“Mommy’s friend,” Henry says, which makes Ted’s face drop.
Suddenly he has more than a last-place finish in the league to worry about.
New episodes of Ted Lasso‘s third—and apparently final—season drop Wednesdays on Apple TV+.