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Psych – The Eighth (And Final) Season

by Alan Rapp on April 8, 2014

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  • Title: Psych – Season Eight
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Psych - The Eighth (And Final) SeasonThe final season of adventures for fake psychic Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his best friend pharmaceutical salesman Burton Guster (Dulé Hill) offers Psych a chance to go out in style beginning with Shawn and Gus’ trip to England featuring the return of notorious art thief Pierre Despereaux (Cary Elwes) in the season premiere, and end with a finale that offers new beginnings in San Fransciso for most of the core characters, a proposal for Juliet (Maggie Lawson), appearances by Billy Zane, the real Val Kilmer, and Bud from The Cosby Show, and Shawn struggling with saying goodbye to his best friend.

Highlights of the season include Lassiter‘s (Timothy Omundsonstruggles with impending fatherhood, Gus’ obsession with the murder of a man whose life mirrors his own, a 60s flashback episode with the cast playing new roles, Shawn and Gus going into the food truck business, murder at a paranormal consultant convention, and Gus’ attempts to solve his fear of loosing Shawn in dream therapy.

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Psych – The Breakup

by Alan Rapp on March 29, 2014

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  • Title: Psych – The Breakup
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Psych - The Breakup

After eight years the doors of Psych are closed in the series finale which features Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) working one more murder case while Shawn struggles to tell his best friend that he’s decided to move to San Fransisco to be with Juliet (Maggie Lawson). While offering a typical wacky adventure, “The Breakup” makes several nice nods to the show’s past while showcasing that Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) is in good hands without Juliet, Shawn, and Gus as Betsy Brannigan (Mira Sorvino) proves more than up to the challenge of solving crime without the use of a fake psychic (and her choice of Junior Detective is a nice touch as well).

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  • Title: Psych – A Nightmare on State Street
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Psych - A Nightmare on State Street

Gus‘ (Dulé Hill) attempts to get control of his nightmares, which he refuses to admit are caused by his increasing fear of Shawn (James Roday) abandoning him to live in San Fransisco with Juliet (Maggie Lawson), by agreeing to dream therapy with Dr. Ashford M. Simpson (Bruce Campbell) offers the penultimate episode of Psych to a variety of odd sequences as an increasingly tired Burton Guster has trouble distinguishing between the real world and that of his dreams which include a haunted house, evil children, and Curt SmithLassiter (Timothy Omundson), and Woody (Kurt Fuller) all being eaten by zombies.

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Psych – A Touch of Sweevil

by Alan Rapp on March 14, 2014

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  • Title: Psych – A Touch of Sweevil
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Psych - A Touch of Sweevil

After being denied entry to paranormal consultant convention for years, Shawn (James Roday) is ecstatic to finally have made the cut, but when the host drops dead midway through introductions Lassiter‘s (Timothy Omundson) seizes the opportunity to use Shawn and Gus (Dulé Hill), along with a witch (Yvette Nicole Brown) and ghost whisperer (Tom Arnold) to try and drive his new head detective out of the SBPD.

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  • Title: Psych – Shawn and Gus Truck Things Up
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“You just ate cow testicles.”

Psych - Shawn and Gus Truck Things Up

When their favorite food truck owner is killed Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) go undercover as food truck owners to track down a killer. Talking to the other food truck owners, the pair discover the entire group (except for their recently-deceased friend) pay protection money to a medical student (Corbin Bleu) pretending to be member of a local gang, a rash of bang robberies in the area where the trucks park, and that several local business owners hate the loss of business and parking issues the food trucks create.

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