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Psych: Season 4

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Product Description

Smart. Scientific. Psychic? The decidedly distinctive team of Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and Burton Guster (Dulé Hill) from Psych P.I. are back for more laughs, more mystery, and more highly unusual cases in every wildly entertaining episode of Season Four. They might disagree, but they can always depend on each other. In this captivating season of whimsical and wonderful whodunits, their friendship and their business will be put to the test by a slew of potential culprits that include werewolves, ghosts, a shark, and those they trust the most. Guest-starring Sendhil Ramamurthy (Heroes), James Brolin (Catch Me If You Can), Rachael Leigh Cook (She’s All That) and Ally Sheedy (The Breakfast Club), Psych continues to captivate viewers with the quirkiest detective duo to ever take on a case.

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Psych offers the cable equivalent of comfort food. The show throws few curve balls--there's no need to revamp a winning formula--and Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) are always good company (granted, Roday remains a shameless mugger, but Hill provides the perfect foil). Among their escapades in year 4, the duo travels to Canada to catch a thief (Cary Elwes), to the land of the rich to solve a murder (with Christine Baranski as the widow), and to the Old West to stop a vandal (with James Brolin as the sheriff).

As usual, the scary episodes stand out in the Scooby Doo-like way they blend humor with horror. This year, the detectives join forces with a priest (Ray Wise, well cast after his turn as Satan on Reaper), a self-described werewolf (Josh Malina), and their old nemesis Yang (Ally Sheedy), inspiring riffs on The Exorcist, Psycho, and other genre classics. They also have fun with music-themed stories, such as a case that works in some R&B stylings from Roday, Hill, Jaleel White, and SNL's Kenan Thompson. Plus, Boyz II Men gives the theme song some new jack swing (another episode gives it a Bollywood twist).

On the personal front, Gus and Henry (Corbin Bernsen) play the field, while Shawn continues to see Abigail (Rachel Leigh Cook), though he and Juliet (Maggie Lawson, Roday's real-life partner) still have feelings for each other. Like previous sets, this one comes loaded with extras: deleted scenes, a gag reel, entertaining audio commentaries, and insightful video commentaries. The latter feature, in which the writers hold sway, should hold special interest for fans and prospective screenwriters alike. Despite a few filler episodes, creator Steve Franks and crew deliver another enjoyable season--which ends on a chilling note. --Kathleen C. Fennessy


Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Extradition: British Columbia Video Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Andy Berman
  • He Dead Video Commentary with Writer Saladin K. Patterson
  • High Noon-ish Video Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks and Executive Producer Chris Henze
  • The Devil's in the Details... and in the Upstairs Bathroom Video Commentary with Writer Bill Callahan
  • Extradition: British Columbia Audio Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Andy Berman, Executive Producer Kelly Kulchak, Co-Executive Producer Saladin K. Patterson and Series Stars James Roday & Dule Hill
  • The Devil's in the Details... and in the Upstairs Bathroom Audio Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks, Executive Producers Chris Henze & Kelly Kulchak, Writer Bill Callahan and Series Stars James Roday & Dule Hill


  • Disc 2:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Psychouts
  • Shawn Gets the Yips Video Commentary with Co-Writer Bill Callahan
  • Bollywood Homicide Video Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Anupam Nigam
  • High Top Fade Out Audio Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks, Executive Producers Chris Henze & Kelly Kulchak, Writers Saladin K. Patterson & James Roday and Series Star Dule Hill


  • Disc 3:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark Video Commentary with Writer Andy Berman
  • You Can't Handle This Episode Video Commentary with Writer Andy Berman and Jason Berger
  • Thrill Seekers and Hell Raisers Video Commentary with Writers Saladin K. Patterson & Kell Cahoon
  • A Very Juliet Episode Video Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger
  • Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark Audio Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks, Executive Producer Kelly Kulchak, Writer Andy Berman and Series Stars James Roday & Dule Hill
  • A Very Juliet Episode Audio Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger, Executive Producers Chirs Henze & Kelly Kulchak and Series Stars James Roday, Dule Hill, Timothy Omundson & Maggie Lawson


  • Disc 4:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Montages
  • Death Is in the Air Video Commentary with Co-Writer Bill Callahan
  • Think Tank Video Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Andy Berman
  • The Head, the Tail, the Whole Damn Episode Video Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger
  • Mr. Yin Presents... Video Commentary with Writers James Roday & Andy Berman
  • The Head, the Tail, the Whole Damn Episode Audio Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger, Executive Producers Chris Henze & Kelly Kulchak and Series Stars James Roday, Dule Hill & Timothy Omundson
  • Mr. Yin Presents... Audio Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks, Executive Prodcuer Kelly Kulchak, Writers Andy Berman & James Roday and Series Stars Dule Hill, Timothy Omundson & Maggie Lawson
  • Think Tank Podcast Commentary with Writers Steve Franks & Andy Berman

  • Product Details

    • Actors: James Roday, Dule Hill
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 4
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal
    • DVD Release Date: July 13, 2010
    • Run Time: 702 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (241 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B002N5N4KS
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,510 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Psych: Season 4" on IMDb

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    By etc. reviews on January 22, 2010
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    What can I say about such a series, I could call it funny, witty, and wonderful. But using these words almost underminds how great a show Psych is. It has such interesting, funny plotlines that may keep you on the edge of your seat while laughing. The show follows fake-psychic detective Shawn Spencer has he solves cases for the police department as well as others. But he can't do this alone. He gets help from his reluctant partner Gus, Junior Detective Juliet O'Hara, his dad Henry, extremely doubting detective Carlton Lassiter, and police chief Karen Vick. Season 4, itself, starts out with a great opener (Episode 4.1 Expedition British Columbia) in which Gus and Shawn take a trip to Canada for some fun, but Shawn can't help but to solve another crime using his fake psychic and real detective skills. And then there are more great episodes. But one of my personal favorites is episode 4.7 High Top Fade Out, where we learn a little more about Gus. We learn that he was in a college acapella band. And things get a little crazy when one of his ex-band mates is murdered. And then the fall finale episode 4.9 Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark. Maybe the most exciting episodes in the series, the fall finale shows Shawn being kidnapped by- well I won't ruin the surprise for you- and everyone of his friends and co-workers pool together to find him and solve the case.

    But this isn't just a review of the season, but a review of the DVD. The DVD is pretty much the same has past releases. My favorite part of the "Psych" releases, aside from the show itself, is the packaging. The packaging is unique, just like the show, coming in a cardboard open foldout, which contains a disc on each side of the foldout, which are on hinges and open like doors to show the other two discs.
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    Psych is by far my favorite show, so forgive me if I'm a little biased. This season has been great in terms of episode quality (granted some plots are weaker than others, such as the episode with John Cena, but that's to be expected). The acting by the main cast is nothing short of wonderful, and the writing, although often silly, is never stupid. The silliness give Psych much of its charm without making it annoying to watch. As far as over-arching stories go, season 4 has been great for character development, with many characters breaking new ground. We get more character back stories, especially for Juliet, which is rewarding for devoted fans.
    As far as the DVD itself goes, although it has not been released, if it is the same as the last three seasons, there should be no complaint. The packaging is solid and never annoying (I actually think it's pretty cool), the commentaries on selected episodes are always very funny and enjoyable, as are the podcast and video commentaries. Any fan of Psych will want to buy this season and add it to his/her collection.
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    Psych is like the quirky child in your family of TV shows, and with Season 4, this quirky child is gaining some maturity. The character driven plots seem to be running deeper, and we see different sides to our favorite Santa Barbara residents. There's a lot of good relationships, some movie-esque episodes, still no-need for a laugh track, more action, and another season finale that doesn't disappoint.

    Can't wait to add this set to the collection. :)
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    Psych is an all-around great show - the cast, the characters, the acting, the directing - but Season 4 was a fantastic season. As you get to see more about the relationships between the characters and they show you a bit more about how they all interact, it just gets better and better. The finale was hands-down the most amazing episode (stellar job directing, James Roday!), but some other favorites from the season are: Thrill Seekers and Hell Raisers (one of my all-time favorites), Death is in the Air, A Very Juliet Episode, High-Top Fade Out and The Devil's in the Details...and in the Upstairs Bedroom. I can't say enough about this show and I will be a fan for life. If you like a little bit of drama mixed with a hearty dose of humor and 80s references, you will love this show. I definitely recommend it!
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    "Psych" and "Veronica Mars" tie for my favorite shows of all time! I own all the seasons and have seen them all at least 3 times. Season 4 is fun, a MUST for any Psych fan, though it's definitely not their best season. Personally, I LOVE Seasons 2 and 5. You can view them on Netflix first to see if you want to see more. This season doesn't disappoint, though; I loved every minute of it. The show has "matured" with time, still filled with intelligence and funny quips, but the jokes and 80's references wittier than they were in previous seasons (not that it was bad before, but Shawn has to mature in some way over the years, right?). The cases are unique, the season-long plotlines keep you coming back for more, and the casting is just PERFECT, every character is amazingly cast! Kudos to all the actors in this show as they make it happen every week. If you've never seen Psych, go out and buy the 1st season, watch it, and you'll want to buy them all!
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    The show pretty much follows the same format that it has the prior seasons, being mostly case of the week, with a few specialty and/or spoof episodes thrown in. This season the stand out episodes, to me, were the season premier which guest starred the great Cary Elwes in a Thomas Crown like role, The Jaws spoof episode, and the season finale which continued the Yin/Yang storyline, and brought back the great Ally Sheedy in an almost Hanibal Lecter like role. It also incorporated more drama into the season, and played up the tension between Shawn and Juliet that occurred because of the events in the season 3 finale.

    For those who get the actual discs, like with the previous seasons there are a ton of bonus features. Deleted scenes and commentary tracks for many of the episodes, the psychouts, and some montages of some of the recurring jokes. All in all a ton of stuff for those who like going through the extras. Likely anyone who is reading this knows what the show was. The humor is not for everyone, and can even be a bit juvenile at times, but the core messages and themes of the show are very good, and as lighthearted as it can be, it does have a good blend of seriousness mixed in. It is definitely worth checking out.
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