I was expecting the Chris Farley school of podcast discussions but was pleasantly surprised to listen to some great nuanced and insightful conversations around the themes and events throughout the show. This trio now feels like my own social support group (should we call it “Podcast Paratroopers?”). Keep up the terrific work!
I really appreciate the loving and thoughtful way that the RTWD hosts approach TED LASSO, as a TV show, as an examination of character and authorship, as a cultural artifact in communication with other art, as a sports show, and as aspirational storytelling. The three hosts bring wide experience to allow us to appreciate Ted Lasso, the show, from perspectives musical, literary, religious, pop-cultural and psychological, which deepened my already considerable appreciation of the show. I eagerly anticipate each episode, and I suspect that this may well be one of the few podcasts where I’ll listen to episodes more than once.
As an obsessed fan of TL, I’ve given at least a dozen podcasts a try, and RTWD is objectively, measurably, demonstrably the best. Too many people apparently just wanted to grab eyeballs and hitch their wagon to the TL train, without having anything really to contribute. But the hosts of RTWD bring both a perspective and personal expertise to their discussions. Where most of the fan pods spend their time reliving great moments in a clinical, blow-by-blow, chronological manner, RTWD takes you on a ride through the show’s EQ, backstories, connection to our lives, and hidden meanings behind jokes that sounded simple the first time we heard them. In a Ted Lasso-style self-referential closing, I’ll just say, I’m RTWD Til I Die.
This podcast - give it two episodes before you decide for yourself - is a surprisingly deep dive into the layers of Ted Lasso. Each person brings something to the podcast and provides a deep dive into the plot, sport and music in each show. There is some great research and storytelling that enriches the series and provides value-added for Ted Lasso fans.
By far the best Ted Lasso podcast I’ve found. I appreciate how in depth the three folks go on all things emotions, callbacks, BBQ, and football. The breakdown of Iverson’s practice speech was so helpful; I had understood it in a pop culture framework, but the team’s deep dive on it made it that much more interesting. I’ve recommended the podcast to many friends who are also Lasso fans and just joined the Patreon. Keep up the good work!
Richmond Til We Die was there for me before my friends and family caught up with Ted Lasso and I wanted to deep dive about it. Character appreciation, insights into the pop culture references, real/unlikely soccer situations and barbecue moments give me just the in-depth I was hoping for when I started listening. (How the trio didn’t squee to each other after their great interview with Jeremy Swift I will never know. So fun!)
This podcast is so kind, just like Keely. The team is smart, witty, and the knowlege between them is stellar. Thank you for bringing such a perspective to an already joyful show!
Love this superb podcast on the superb show, TED LASSO, found on Apple TV +. If you love the show, you’ll love Richmond Til We Die! These Kansans bring it every episode! The BBQ references, Music highlights, and soccer jerseys are just a few of the bonus reasons for tuning in!
This podcast is a wonderful conversation between three friends about the show “Ted Lasso.” They each bring their unique perspectives and their tie the show’s lessons into the experiences of their own life. If you like the show “Ted Lasso,” you’ll very likely enjoy this podcast!
Richmond Til We Die dives into the background stories and history of the show in a way that makes you want to keep pressing play. The group has wonderful chemistry and their ideas flow off of each other effortlessly. Every Ted Lasso fan needs to be subscribed to this! Can’t wait for more.
This is a podcast that any Ted Lasso fan would adore: deep analysis that goes beyond the superficial, genuine rapport between the hosts, and a welcome flow to the episodes where listeners can anticipate and enjoy the way each episode is carefully considered through myriad lenses. And the bonus episodes! Delightful.
This podcast is so wonderfully meta: it unpacks the gift of this show in a style that spreads the love and kindness of The Lasso Way. I love geeking out with these folks, from the soccer knowledge (and jerseys!), the stories behind the music and barbecue, and the deep dives into structures, references, and relationships. As a theatre dramaturg, that is what I live for: exploring the deeper meanings within an art form, sharing it with friends, colleagues, and audiences far and wide, all to continue spreading a message of empathy and shared humanity. Cheers, y’all.
Love the vibe, tone, and depth. Not a typical rewatch pod but dives more into the characters and emotions. Perfect pod for such a wonderful show!
Richmond til we die is a wonder podcast with 3 hosts that obviously love the show. They have great chemistry and conversation. I’m looking forward to listening to more.
Im a total Ted Lasso obsessed fan so anything Ted Lasso themed I must check out. Love the insights and discussions and the dynamics of the hosts! Thanks for giving more Ted Lasso material!
Great discussion and chemistry. A very enjoyable listen while waiting for season 2.
I started listening because I love Ted Lasso. I stayed because the hosts on this show tend to find small details you may have missed and then weave them them into their broader conversation about the show and the characters. The highlight of my (every other) Tuesday.
I love Ted Lasso and love this podcast. So nice to find a funny, smart group of people to listen to break down my favorite show!
I think they are pacing these out till the beginning of season 2. One thing for sure, once every 2 weeks isn't enough! Love the pod.
I really appreciate the loving and thoughtful way that the hosts approach TED LASSO, as a TV show, as an examination of character and authorship, as a cultural artifact in communication with other art, as a sports show, and as aspirational storytelling. The three hosts bring wide experience to allow us to appreciate Ted Lasso, the show, from perspectives musical, literary, religious, pop-cultural and psychological, which deepened my already considerable appreciation of the show. I eagerly anticipate each episode, and I suspect that this may well be one of the few podcasts where I’ll listen to episodes more than once.
I’m going onto my 5th time rewatching this show, and listening to the podcast really adds a layer of depth to the show that’s already found a special place in my heart. I love how this podcast just gives me more to love about my favorite tv show. I love the commentary and insight and can’t wait to see where the podcast goes when the 2nd and 3rd seasons air. I will certainly be listening :)
I’m happy to welcome Brett, Marisa and Christian to my podcast host “friends circle”. These are the thoughtful conversations (plus football facts) I’d love to have with my friends about Ted & Co if I could ever get them to sign up for appletv+!
By “MVP” of course i mean “Most Valuable Podcast”. The first time i watched Ted Lasso i went out and did 3 things: i joined the subreddit, i purchased a Ted Lasso poster to cheer me up every time i see it, and i found this delightful podcast. Yes I’m enthusiastic. But i mean- if you’re listening to a podcast about your favorite show that’s probably a given, right? I love this podcast and cannot wait to see how it grows. They embody the same sort of “feel good, positive” vibe that the show does. I mean, look at their Twitter following- Dani Rojas follows them! That should say it all!
I’ve watched Ted Lasso (n + 1) times now and Richmond Till We Die always has insights I had never considered. Also because it’s a conversation between friends it fulfills my need for dinner conversations that I’m lacking now due to the pandemic. It’s fun, it engaging, it worth the listen.
Expertly crafted. Brings the same positive energy of Ted Lasso to a casual and comfortable space where we can all enjoy more Richmond content!