"Ted Lasso" is the funniest series online right now. Their jokes pack a punch and the chemistry between the cast is so good! I dare say, the show would've fit perfectly during the golden age of sitcoms. It can rival the likes of "Friends," "Frasier," "Everybody Loves Raymond," and the like!
I've become such a huge fan of "Ted Lasso" that I couldn't help but go to their second season red carpet premiere. I brought some copies of the series poster and planned to have them signed by the cast. In the end, however, I only got three stars' autographs. But I'm not mad about it since they belong to Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, and Juno Temple—the three main leads. With all due respect to the rest of the cast, their autographs were enough!
My memories of that night were a bit hazy but I do remember that it was a lot of fun. As expected, Sudeikis was the life of the party. I've always been a fan of his ever since his SNL days and I'm happy he finally got his own leading role in a comedy series. He's killing it as Ted Lasso and I'm not surprised he won a ton of accolades for it. That just made his autograph even more valuable too! So you can imagine my glee when he signed my posters. I was already in awe at seeing him in person, but now, seeing his autograph on my posters makes me that much giddier!
His lovely co-stars, Waddingham and Temple, were just as lovely. Hannah Waddingham looked stunning in person, so much so that I slightly felt intimidated. Anyone can easily forget that she's a comedic actress. Her looks and her presence are so commanding! What a woman! On the other hand, Juno Temple looked cool with her bright pink hair on the runway. She's changed from her child-star days and I'm happy that her career is soaring after so many years in the biz.
Despite my foggy memories—sorry, I remember going for drinks afterward—I'm positive that I had a lot of fun that night. I mean, I was able to meet such incredible people and get their autographs. What more could've I asked for?
Please note: Our inventory is limited as we may have only received a few posters in total. Most of our items are obtained from film premieres, studios, and from autographed hounds such as the one in the story above.