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Psych 9 Seasons 2012

Season 6
4.8 out of 5 stars (397) IMDb 8.4/10

From vampires to super heroes, hippie communes to mental institutions, season six of Psych will thrill and delight fans of Santa Barbara's favorite psychic crime-solving team. A bevy of top names in entertainment will make guest appearances this season, including pop culture icon William Shatner as Juliet's father; Danny Glover and Wade Boggs in a baseball escapade; Kristy Swanson and Corey Feldman in a vampire episode co-written and directed by James Roday; John Rhys-Davies in an Indiana Jones inspired episode written and directed by Steve Franks; plus Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block fame, Malcolm McDowell, Jason Priestley, Molly Ringwald and WWE Superstar the Miz.

Starring:
James Roday, Dulé Hill
Original air date:
April 11, 2012

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1. Shawn Rescues Darth Vader

While on a mission to retrieve a stolen Darth Vader collector's item from the British Ambassador's son at the British Consulate Residence in Santa Barbara, Shawn finds a dead body left in one of the rooms. In order to get the SBPD on the case to find her killer, Shawn tells Lassiter and Juliet that the image of a dead body came to him in a psychic vision. However, Shawn's credibility as a "psychic" could be placed in jeopardy if the SBPD finds out he actually witnessed the dead body in person and didn't "divine" the image of her murder. Guest Stars: Malcolm McDowell, Polly Walker.

CC TV-PG October 12, 2011 42 minutes
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2. Last Night Gus

Shawn, Gus, Lassiter, and Woody the coroner wake up in the Psych Office having no recollection of what happened the night before. When a body shows up dead, all leads initially point to our guys as being the culprits, but since they have no idea why they have no memory of this, they conclude that someone must have drugged them. From there, they conduct an investigation using clues and blurred Shawn Vision Flashbacks in order to exonerate themselves as well as find the real killer.

CC TV-PG October 19, 2011 43 minutes
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3. This Episode Sucks

Lassiter's new relationship with a mysterious and beautiful woman is placed in jeopardy when Shawn and Gus are convinced she is a murderer -- the same murderer responsible for the blood-drained body SBPD is investigating. Guest Stars: Kristy Swanson, Corey Feldman.

CC TV-PG October 26, 2011 42 minutes
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4. The Amazing Psych Man & Tap-Man, Issue # 2

Shawn and Gus investigate the whereabouts of a mysterious, masked vigilante named The Mantis who is trying to take down a local drug syndicate called The Caminos. The SBPD is also trying to take down The Camino Syndicate, however The Mantis seems to always be one step ahead of everyone's game. Guest Stars: Joey McIntyre, Miles Fisher.

CC TV-PG November 2, 2011 43 minutes
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5. Dead Man's Curveball

After the hitting coach of Santa Barbara's minor league baseball team mysteriously drops dead, the team's manager hires Psych to investigate by having Shawn go undercover as the new hitting instructor and having Gus stepping in as the team mascot, the Seabird. Guest Stars: Danny Glover, Wade Boggs (as himself), and Michael Trucco.

CC TV-PG November 9, 2011 43 minutes
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6. Shawn Interrupted

A billionaire accused of murdering his assistant is found not guilty by reason of insanity, therefore causing the SBPD to send Shawn and Gus undercover into the Mental Hospital he is being held in order to prove he lied to the jury and is actually sane. Guest Stars: Molly Ringwald, Brad Dourif.

CC TV-PG November 16, 2011 42 minutes
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7. In For a Penny

Juliet gets a visit from her estranged father, a charming con man who wants to mend his broken relationship with his daughter, but when the opportunity to pull off a dream con is presented to him, his decision to stay on the right side of the law becomes more complicated. Guest Stars: William Shatner.

CC TV-PG November 30, 2011 43 minutes
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8. The Tao of Gus

After a woman tells the SBPD she witnessed a murder happen in broad daylight, Shawn and Gus are the only ones who believe her and therefore protect her by hiding her at a remote commune called Box Canyon Ranch, a place whose inhabitants label themselves as progressive intellectuals. Guest Stars: Diora Baird, Diedrich Bader.

CC TV-PG December 7, 2011 43 minutes
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9. Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat

Shawn and Juliet's romantic getaway vacation from casework and the SBPD is interrupted when their hotel room is robbed and a dead body surfaces at a nearby winery. Guest Stars: Tony Hale, Jason Priestley, Arden Myrin.

CC TV-PG December 14, 2011 44 minutes
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10. Indiana Shawn And The Temple Of The Kinda Crappy, Rusty Old Dagger

Despereaux, Shawn and Gus race against an evil gang of art thieves to find a mythical dagger that, according to legend, will unlock the hidden treasure of a deceased billionaire. Cary Elwes guest stars.

CC TV-PG February 29, 2012 50 minutes
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11. Heeeeere's Lassie!

After Lassiter moves into a new condominium building and strange things start happening to him, he is forced to hire Shawn and Gus to figure out what could be causing the supposed paranormal disturbance.

CC TV-PG March 7, 2012 43 minutes
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12. Shawn and the Real Girl

Shawn and Gus go undercover to investigate the attempted murder of a contestant on a reality show called, "Paths of Love," a Bachelorette-type dating show where eligible men compete for the affections of a woman each contestant has crossed paths with in the past but has never actually met. Guest starring Mike "The Miz" Mizanin, Greg Grunberg, Wayne Brady, and Lindsay Sloane.

CC TV-PG March 14, 2012 43 minutes
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13. Let's Doo-Wap it Again

When the founder of "Right Now", Santa Barbara's oldest at-risk youth program, is shot and almost killed, Shawn, Gus and a few members of Gus's a capella group from college investigate to find the culprit.

CC TV-PG March 21, 2012 43 minutes
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14. Autopsy Turvy

After a mortician brings to light a mistake Woody the coroner made while performing an autopsy, Shawn and Gus try to figure out the body's real cause of death as well as save Woody from losing his job.

CC TV-PG March 28, 2012 44 minutes
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15. True Grits

An impassioned chef from the South, who seeks restitution after his robbery conviction is overturned by The Innocence Project, hires Shawn and Gus to help him find the actual culprit for whom he spent time in jail for.

CC TV-PG April 4, 2012 43 minutes
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16. Santabarbaratown

After over 20 years of searching, the body of Veronica Towne has been found, and Shawn, Gus and Henry reopen the case and revisit all the old suspects, including the son of a millionaire who was dating her at the time she went missing.

CC TV-PG April 11, 2012 43 minutes
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This is one of the most entertaining shows on the air. No it wont change your life. No it wont launch you into a paradoxical tirade about life the universe and everything. What it will do is make you laugh, snort, chuckle, groan and giggle. Shawn and Gus are 2 of the most endearing characters around. They have good hearts and are always trying to do good (mostly). I am constantly amazed at how silly this show can be and then turn around and have me on the edge of my seat wondering how they are going to get out of the mess they've gotten themselves into. I marvel at how touching it can be too, (especially the scenes with Shawn's mom and the ones with Juliet) and then slap me in the face with some random ridiculous '80's reference that makes me glad that my personal memories of that time have been shoved back to the far reaches of my mind! Season 6, as it is so far, has been all of these things and more. The relationships have grown (or groan, I've heard it both ways!) so as to keep you coming back for more and the stories are perplexing and intriguing enough to keep you from falling asleep. Still not rocket science. It's not supposed to be. Personally I know people like Shawn and Gus....in fact, I might be a little like Shawn and Gus... and I think that's a good thing!
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I don't know how to explain the enjoyment I receive from this show; but suffice it to say that it is immence. I currently own all five of the available seasons on dvd and am waiting very impatiently for season six. For those of you who haven't seen any of the past episodes; well then you are probably not reading any of these reviews anyway, the show is just freaking fun. And you don't know how much you've missed even when you have seen the shows untill you watch them again. You'll pick up lots of smart-aleck comments, 80's references, and hilarious quips that you didn't get the first time around. The relationship between the people in Psych is one of a tightly knit family. You get invested in their lives; but it's all just for fun!! You think Trekki's are bad, you ain't seen nothing till you've been around a bunch of "Psycho's"!
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This is one of those series that is just fun--plain and simple. The premise doesn't change but the writing is just so engaging and hilarious that you can watch the same premise over and over and not feel cheated. The antics Gus and Shawn get into and the dialogue exchanges are HILARIOUS. There are SO many quotable lines. Plus, the supporting characters are just supreme. Lassie and the dad are adorable (however, the chief and juliet are a little two-dimensional for my taste).

I totally recommend this season (one of the best) and series to anyone who is looking for something to watch. It isn't earth shattering or "stop the presses" must see, but simply delightful and worth a watch.
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This show has continuously been snubbed over the years for award shows such as the Emmy's and Golden Globes. Although I don't give much weight to award shows, it's still a shame. This is definitely one of the funniest and most original comedies on television, and completely underrated.

I think the the whole "fake psychic" concept and the goofiness of Shawn turns some people off. It's a little silly (purposely), but typically takes a few episodes to get into and realize that the silliness is purposeful and well done. Give it a chance. Also - the show has gotten BETTER over the years, and it's almost in its 7th season. How many shows can you say about that? It's at its peak.

What is better? Compare one of the first few episodes to a current one. The writing is better, the jokes are more humorous, and the characters better developed and fleshed out. Detective Juliet O'Hara and Shawn Spencer are also in a relationship now, and while I don't believe it will last forever due to "breaking the formula" of the show (think Monk), but it's subtle enough where it's not butting into the storyline. While I love the characters of Juliet and Shawn and really like the pairing, I don't want too much romance or mush around it. And I honestly prefer Shawn/Gus interactions or Shawn/Henry interactions compared to him and Juliet.

Also, Woody the Coroner (Kurt Fuller) also has a bit more screen-time this season, and he's a really enjoyable character that adds to the cast. I definitely would like to see more of him. The characters storylines intertwine more and the pop culture references and parody episodes have risen over time, which I truly love. There's nothing funnier than seeing Psych mess around with it's opening theme song.

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Psych is one of the funniest shows on television. It is well written and acted. The characters are rich and engaging. The show has some of the funniest jokes, pop culture references and love of the 80s. It also has a rich father/son relationship, incredible best friends, great partnerships and the sweetest and most adorable romances. The supporting cast as well as the two leads are talented and funny. Psych is definitely underappreciated and underated. It keeps getting better and better. One of the few shows where I own all the dvds and can still watch the episodes over and over and still laugh.
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