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Ted Lasso’s Writers Hinted At Nate’s Betrayal Means Again In Season 1

“On reflection, it feels a bit of little bit of like a Daenerys Targaryen state of affairs of like, no, no this was coming. I am sorry you named your child Nate,” Hunt added, referencing all these unlucky mother and father who named their daughters after the once-beloved Khaleesi.

It is a questionable comparability, as one of many massive complaints about Daenerys’ season 8 villain arc is that the present did not correctly set it up. Daenerys was established to have a darkish aspect, certain, however not this darkish. Inside the span of only a few episodes, she went from somebody well-known for her compassion towards harmless civilians, to somebody who indiscriminately lights civilians on fireplace. What’s worse is that Daenerys would not totally fall to the darkish aspect till the penultimate episode, leaving solely the finale for the present to wrap up her character’s storyline. (Spoiler alert: It was disappointing.)

Nate, in the meantime, obtained to get pleasure from a slow-burn arc that step by step deepened his flaws and genuinely earned his eventual betrayal. Nate’s Mad Queen second occurs within the season 2 finale, giving him a complete ultimate season to take care of the aftermath. Whereas Daenerys was compelled out of her position as a three-dimensional character, Nate’s been given the house to be as advanced as ever. We do not know if Nate will get a redemptive ending, however the truth that there’s nonetheless time for one helps make this ultimate season so attention-grabbing. Nate might have had his Mad Queen second, however we all know he isn’t going to get the identical hackneyed, underwritten Mad Queen ending. 



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