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  • Title: Psych – Lock, Stock, Some Smoking Barrels and Burton Guster’s Goblet of Fire
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Psych - Lock, Stock, Some Smoking Barrels and Burton Guster's Goblet of Fire

Psych opens its final season with a trip to England for Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) and the return of Cary Elwes as one of the show’s most entertaining recurring characters: international jewel and art thief Pierre Despereaux. However, he is no longer Despereaux. It turns out the entire art thief existence was nothing more than a deep undercover role by a well-respected Interpol agent (a story Gus doesn’t buy for a second) who now needs Shawn’s help due to the psychic detective’s strong resemblance to a getaway driver Interpol needs to take down London crime boss Ronnie Ives (Vinnie Jones).

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Psych – The Complete Seventh Season

by Alan Rapp on January 1, 2014

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  • Title: Psych – Season Seven
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Psych - The Complete Seventh SeasonThe Seventh Season of Psych brings changes to Santa Barbara as Shawn (James Roday) and Juliet‘s (Maggie Lawson) relationship gets serious, Juliet learns the truth about Shawn’s psychic abilities, Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) and Marlowe (Kristy Swanson) get married, and Gus (Dulé Hill) gets a girlfriend (Parminder Nagra). The season also ends on a cliffhanger with Shawn and Gus being fired as consultants and Harris Trout (Anthony Michael Hall) stepping-in to take over as the SBPD’s new head honcho following Chief Vick’s (Kirsten Nelson) suspension.

Highlights from the season include Shawn trying to help Gus cover-up his apparent involvement in a murder (in one of the series’ best episodes), Henry‘s (Corbin Bernsen) unscheduled Mexican vacation with Juliet’s untrustworthy stepfather Lloyd (Jeffrey Tambor), the mystery behind Juliet’s new roommate, and an extended-cut of the series’ 100th episode which reunites several of the cast members of Clue (Lesley Ann Warren, Christopher Lloyd, and Martin Mull) for a murder mystery in the style of the 80’s film.

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Psych: The Musical

by Alan Rapp on December 17, 2013

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Psych: The Musical

Written and directed by show creator Steve Franks the long-delayed musical episode (filming began on the episode way back on October 2, 2012) finally hit television this weekend and DVD stores today. Featuring the show’s trademark wacky style, several familiar faces, and fun (if neither catchy nor all that memorable) tunes, Psych The Musical may not quite be worth the wait but it does provide some fun moments.

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  • Title: Psych
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Taken from Psych‘s wrap party, here’s Curt Smith and members of the Psych cast performing “Everybody Wants to Rule the World.”

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Psych SDCC 2013 Panel

by Alan Rapp on July 21, 2013

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  • Title: Psych
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With the show moving into its eight and final season Cary Elwes stopped by San Diego with to moderate the Psych panel with the cast (James RodayDulé HillTimothy OmundsonMaggie LawsonCorbin BernsenKirsten Nelson), producer Kelly Kulchak, and show’s creator Steve Franks. You can find parts 2-4 inside.

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Psych – No Trout About It

by Alan Rapp on May 30, 2013

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  • Title: Psych – No Trout About It
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“He showed all the tell-tale symptoms of Blink-182 poisoning.”

Psych - No Trout About It

When a out of control car chase ends in the wrecks of both Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) and Gus’ (Dulé Hill) cars as well as disrupting a holiday marathon, the new mayor sends in a consultant to take a hard look at The Santa Barbara Police Department. The first thing Harris Trout (Anthony Michael Hall) does is to fire Shawn (James Roday) and Gus. In an attempt to win back their jobs, Shawn relates the series of events that led to that morning’s fiasco through a series of flashbacks inter-cut with Trout’s questioning, beginning with their client (Joey Slotnick) who hired the pair to discover who poisoned him and is responsible for the theft of $10 million dollars from a safety deposit box in the bank where the victim worked.

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Psych – Nip and Suck It

by Alan Rapp on May 24, 2013

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  • Title: Psych – Nip and Suck It
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“I’m psychic detective Shawn Spencer and that’s my brother Daryl, and my other brother Daryl.”

Psych - Nip and Suck It

After Henry (Corbin Bernsen) discovers a body of a young woman, Shawn (James Roday) begins to suspect that the victim’s plastic surgeon (Lori Loughlin), and a former flame of Henry’s, who the victim was suing might be responsible. Running his own investigation, Henry uncovers another  patient () as well as rival plastic surgeon (Gregory Harrison) both of whom had motive for the murder. However, Shawn’s theory looks more promising, especially after Henry finds the drug used to kill the victim in his former flame’s purse (and gets knocked unconscious by her shortly afterward).

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Psych – Dead Air

by Alan Rapp on May 17, 2013

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  • Title: Psych – Dead Air
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Psych - Dead Air

When their favorite DJ (Brent Chapman) is murdered on the air, and the station is in jeopardy of closing down without their #1 money maker, Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) go undercover as “Santa Barbara’s newest and most potent morning show” and “The Playa Gus” to find the killer. Suspects include the DJ’s producer (Haig Sutherland) and former partner (Dale Wolfe), the station manager (Garcelle Beauvais), who has a little thing for Gus, and another radio personality (Dale Wilson), all of whom had motives for wanting the man dead.

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Psych – Office Space

by Alan Rapp on May 9, 2013

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  • Title: Psych – Office Space
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“You look like Bruce Willis in Blind Date.”

Psych - Office Space

After Gus (Dulé Hill) quits to stand up for co-worker to his abusive boss (Michael Daingerfield), he returns later that night to beg for his job back when he accidentally stumbles upon and contaminates the crime scene of his boss’ murder. When a freaked-out Guster shows up on his doorstep in the middle of the night, Shawn (James Roday) agrees to help his pal cover his tracks.

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  • Title: Psych – Santa Barbarian Candidate
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“Santa Barbara, this is where Rob Lowe humps it out.”

Psych - Santa Barbarian Candidate

When the mayor (Sebastian Spence) dies of an apparent surfing accident Shawn (James Roday), suspecting the man was murdered by the man’s replacement (John Kapelos) to push through land deal worth millions, decides to run for office to stop the city councilman from taking office before Shawn and Gus (Dulé Hill) can prove the man is a murderer. With the help of Gus and the former mayor’s assistant (Neil Grayston) Shawn begins a bizarre campaign that might actually win him the office leading Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) and Henry (Corbin Bernsen) to fear the worst for themselves and the city of Santa Barbara.

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