- Quick ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 1 Episode 4 Recap
- Ted Saves The Day When He Hires A Musician To Replace Robbie Williams
- Cam Cole is touring again after his success on ‘Ted Lasso’
ted lasso Season 1, episode 4 “For the Kids” was a memorable one. Apple TV+ comedy began to find its groove in episodes that included a charity dinner and AFC Richmond player auction.
Fans will remember that the event was to be performed by Robbie Williams. But thanks to the terrible ex-husband of Rebecca (Hannah Vadingham), the singer canceled. That’s when Ted (Jason Sudeikis) stepped in and saved the day by renting a busker while walking the streets of Richmond.
Who was this musician who blew the fans away?
Rebecca and Keely’s friendship blossoms in ‘Ted Lasso’ episode ‘For the Children’
The fourth episode of season one was huge for Rebecca, who was dealing with the stress of the 10th annual benefit for underprivileged children. The newly-divorced owner of AFC Richmond was hosting the event for the first time without her ex, Rupert (Anthony Head). Who shows up anyway, despite the fact that he’s “not” RSVP’d.
Rebecca is feeling small and uncomfortable, and Keely (Juno Temple) takes the opportunity to give a masterclass in female friendship. There isn’t much of a relationship between the two women at the moment, but Keely is there for Rebecca in every way.
She recommends posing for the paparazzi, and praises her before entering the gala. Keely wants Rebecca to know she’s beautiful, and that she deserves to feel good about herself. He should also be proud of the event he has put together. Later in the evening, Rebecca returns the favor by convincing Keely to break up with Jamie Tart (Phil Dunster).
Ted helps out Rebecca even though she’s plotting against him
At this early point in the series, Rebecca is still on a mission to destroy AFC Richmond. She’s doing everything possible to sabotage the team and Ted, but the former college football coach is mercifully killing her.
After Rupert arrives and Robbie Williams cancels, it’s clear Rebecca needs a hug. She may not be the one to hug, but Ted knows he needs comfort. When she says, “I’m single, just as she said I would be,” Ted proves her wrong. Rebecca isn’t alone, and this is just the beginning of her character arc from series villain to one of Ted’s biggest allies.
Who Was the Musician Who Wowed ‘Ted Lasso’ Fans?
In addition to hugging, Ted also finds a musician for Rebecca to perform at a charity event. He manages to find the busker he’d heard from earlier in the night on his way to the event – Cam Cole.
Cole’s performance blew everyone’s senses. It was a huge success which started a huge dance among the attendees. The performance was also a huge career boost for Cam Cole.
Cam Cole was preparing for the tour when the pandemic hit
According to Cam’s website, his career was just starting a few years back thanks to several viral internet videos and a rapidly growing following from around the world. They also had a well received debut album titled understood, and he was planning an international tour. But when the pandemic struck, his journey from the streets of London to the stage was abruptly halted.
But Cam is a one-man band, which means it wasn’t difficult for social media to perform together. During the pandemic, Cam has been keeping in touch with his fans through his “Sounds from the Van” video series. He streamed his rehearsals directly from his van. and then shown ted lasso, Cam found that its fan base had more than doubled in size.
Cam Cole is touring again after his success on ‘Ted Lasso’
The pandemic could have put an end to the momentum of his career. But instead, Cam Cole is having more success than ever. Now that live music venues are back, he’s touring across the UK.
The rock/blues artist – who draws inspiration from groups such as Black Sabbath, Nirvana and Led Zeppelin – has also released a new album titled crooked hill.
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