Sam - Ted Lasso

Sam Quotes - Ted Lasso

Sam quotes from the hit show "Ted Lasso"

S02E08 - Man City (Sam Obisanya Quotes)

Sam: It can just be a funny coincidence that we both happened to turn up to the same fabulous restaurant, both of us alone... And hungry. That can happen. Right?
Rebecca: I mean, I am quite hungry.

S02E04 - Carol of the Bells (Sam Obisanya Quotes)

Higgins: Sam, back home, what does Christmas make you think of?
Sam: Colonization.
Higgins: Of course.

Sam: Back home in Lagos, we have good friends who celebrate, and they always eat jollof rice and goat meat, so I made you some... but I used chicken.
Higgins: Thank God.

S02E03 - Do the Right-est Thing (Sam Obisanya Quotes)

Sam: Oh, God. I'm very nervous. But also very excited. That's similar to whenever Colin drives me somewhere in his Lamborghini.
Colin: Aye, it's true. It's way too much car for me.

Sam: Well, it has come to my attention that Dubai Air's parent company, Cerithium Oil, is destroying Nigeria's environment. And at the same time bribing government officials to look the other way. I can't be the face of one of their subsidiaries.
Nora: Hell, yeah.

Sam: Dubai Air is owned by a horrible company. One that has turned the southern coast of Nigeria, my home, into a hellish, fiery swamp. I can no longer wear their name on my chest. Never again.
Issac: Give me the tape, bruv.

S02E01 - Goodbye Earl (Sam Obisanya Quotes)

Ted: Let's go ahead and give Dani a little bit of space right now, yeah? Y'all don't mind showering at home, do ya?
Sam: Coach, if it's okay with you, some of us prefer to take long baths at home.

Jan: Goldfish?
Colin: Oh, it means to forget our mistakes and failures and just move on.
Jan: But I didn't make any mistakes. Only you played poorly.
Sam: Hey, guys, Jan Maas is not being rude. He's just being Dutch.

S01E06 - Two Aces (Sam Obisanya Quotes)

Sam: Do you know J.K. Rowling has more money than the Queen?
Rebecca: I did.
Sam: I like the idea of someone becoming rich, because of what they gave to the world. Not just because of who their family is.