My Ted Lasso season 3 emotions have been a lot like AFC Richmond’s season itself. At first, I was way up, giving the series five stars in my Ted Lasso season 3 review that covered the first four episodes.

Then, much like after the Greyhounds saw the footage that explained the torn “BELIEVE” sign in their locker room, my emotions became a mix of love and hate. I began wondering “WTF?” My central frustration? Rebecca’s nothing-burger plotline, which felt like much less than the excellent Hannah Waddingham deserved.

My concerns got worse until Tuesday night, when I watched “International Break,” (season 3 episode 1). What begins as one of the weirdest episodes of the series quickly became a favorite, and reminded me why it’s one of the best Apple TV Plus shows. Here’s why.

The below article contains spoilers for Ted Lasso season 3 up through episode 10, “International Break.”

Ted Lasso season 3 episode 10 started off with almost too much chaos

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If the latest Ted Lasso had any real flaw it was that the opening 10-minute stretch had more twists than a whole Knives Out movie. First, the Soccer Saturday hosts inform us that Nathan Shelley (Nick Mohammed) is out of West Ham, then we see the twisted side of normally bubbly Dani Rojas (Cristo Fernandez), then we learned Nate actually quit and then Barbara (Katy Wix) tells Keeley that KJPR’s been shut down. 

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