[WATCH] ‘Ted Lasso’ Drops A Claymation Short for Christmas

Like so many of us, Ted Lasso Had a pretty good year 2021. Apple TV+ sports comedy-drama has dropped second season. It has won a variety of awards. It becomes more beloved than it is. Then there was a backlash. Then there was a backlash to a backlash. There may have been a backlash against backlash. But it’s hard to keep track of these. Mitt Romney and a deeply unpopular Democrat made a meme inspired by Ted Lasso, it seems that even the star Jason Sudeikis, who plays the most beautiful man in the world on screen, silly thinking.

However, Ted is looking to end the year with some notable news. On Wednesday, a week and a half before Christmas, the show omitted a surprise holiday gift: an animated short called Ted Lasso: The Missing Christmas Mustache. It turns our cast of football players and coaches and the like into the works of Claymation (but with the same voice), with everyone trying to figure out a great mystery: What happened? happened to Ted’s beloved hair? It was missing and just in time for a big Zoom call.

Naturally, there is a touching message at the end of the four-minute short. That is Ted Lasso afterall. A third season is still being written, which explains why the cast reunited but only through voiceover. But don’t worry: They’ll definitely get another chance to throw some Wild parties when the Hoovers show won more awards the following year.

You can see Ted Lasso: The Missing Christmas Mustache in the video above.

(Through the CHEAP)

https://uproxx.com/tv/ted-lasso-short-missing-christmas-mustache/ [WATCH] ‘Ted Lasso’ Drops A Claymation Short for Christmas


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