#89 - Introducing the Talk Therapy Ted Lasso Recap

It's a very special time of year—a new season of Dan and Nathan's favorite show on management, positivity and leadership is starting back up. That's right, it's Ted Lasso time—and for the Apple show's second season, Talk Therapy will be welcoming fellow viewer and editor extraordinaire Rachel Jepsen to recap each episode after it airs! In this discussion of the season premiere—just in time for you to be caught up for today's followup—Dan, Nathan and Rachel discuss an opening beat that didn't quite land, the show's dip into therapy as a theme, and much more.



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