Psych: Season 6
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All the while, the cases keep coming, and the show is at its best when it keeps things light, as in the episodes that draw from comic books ("The Amazing Psych-Man & Tap-Man, Issue #2"), horror movies ("Heeeeere's Lassy"), and The Hangover ("Last Night Gus"). In the latter, the guys, including Woody, the coroner (recurring guest star Kurt Fuller, most recently seen in Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris), retrace their steps after someone spikes their drinks. Because they don't remember anything from the night before, they must interpret strange clues, like Lassie's black eye, Shawn's unfamiliar shoes, and Woody's powdery face (apparently, he licked a shelf full of donuts). Psych also has fun with the casting by hiring Kristy Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys) for a vampire-themed installment ("This Episode Sucks"). That said, not everything works, like the Skype episode ("Let's Doo-Wop It Again") and the return of Cary Elwes's master thief Despereaux, who isn't as entertaining as intended, but those are minor quibbles when everything else works so well. The extensive special features offer deleted and extended scenes, gag reels, video introductions, and audio commentaries with the entire cast. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
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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.
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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Was one of our favorite shows when it was on. Gus is the greatest character in TV history.
"hey girl, hear about Pluto? That's messed up right?"
This is such a great show and glad to be able to still see some episodes.Published 1 month ago by Evelyn Krueger
When I need a light hearted, funny, movie to watch, this is my go to. I enjoy all the Psych shows. Sorry they ended.Published 2 months ago by Jacki Davenport
Love Psych! The DVD set arrived in perfect shape and plays just fine.Published 2 months ago by Kristen
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