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Psych: Season 8

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Case-cracking “psychic” detective Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his best friend Burton “Gus” Guster (Dulé Hill) have their hands full getting to the bottom of crime-filled conundrums around Santa Barbara. From a prestigious paranormal police consultant convention to zombie nightmares, Shawn and Gus need all the help they can get as new hijinks and tests arise for your favorite sleuths in this eighth and final season of Psych. Witness every episode back-to-back and uninterrupted of the final hilarious season featuring a gaggle of guest stars including Mira Sorvino (Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion), Tom Arnold (Sons of Anarchy), Loretta Devine (The Client List), and Bruce Campbell (Burn Notice).

Special Features

Disc 1 - Psych The Eighth and Final Season:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Lock, Stock, Some Smoking Barrels and Burton Guster’s Goblet of Fire Extended Version Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, Carlos Jacott, Todd Harthan, and David Crabtree
  • S.E.I.Z.E. The Day Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, Todd Harthan, David Crabtree, and Carlos Jacott
  • Cloudy…with a Chance of Improvement Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, Andy Berman, and Todd Harthan
  • Cog Blocked Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, Dule Hill, Carlos Jacott, and Todd Harthan


  • Disc 2 - Psych The Eighth and Final Season:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • “Was It Something I Said?” Music Video
  • 1967: A Psych Odyssey Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, Kirsten Nelson, James Roday, and Tim Meltreger
  • A Touch of Sweevil Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, Todd Harthan, and Andy Berman
  • A Nightmare on State Street Director’s Cut Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, James Roday, Kirsten Nelson, and Carlos Jacott


  • Disc 3 - Psych The Eighth and Final Season:
  • The Break Up Deleted Scenes
  • Psych: The Musical Episode
  • Psych: The Musical Extended Scene
  • Behind the Scenes of Psych: The Musical
  • I Know, You Know That I’m No Good with Goodbyes: A Psych Farewell
  • Gag Reel
  • Montages
  • The Break Up Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, James Roday, Kirsten Nelson, Andy Berman, and Tim Meltreger
  • Psych: The Musical Podcast with Steve Franks, Chris Henze, Kelly Kulchak, James Roday, Kirsten Nelson, Maggie Lawson, and Adam Cohen

  • Product Details

    • Actors: James Roday, Dule Hill
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: NBC Universal
    • DVD Release Date: April 1, 2014
    • Run Time: 484 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (569 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00GTZWXYQ
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,786 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    By CSStar on February 23, 2014
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    Best show on TV. My kids and I love it! It's the only show I buy on Amazon because we don't have cable. Hulu Plus and Netflix take care of anything else we want to watch. Every actor on the show is phenomenal. We laugh every episode. Season 8 rocks so far. Thanks to the cast for creating the best show on TV!
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    Psych is my favorite program, and it hurts to think that it's coming to an end. One of the funniest and most creative shows to ever air on television, I own all of the seasons on DVD and greatly enjoy watching the evolution of its characters and plots. It will be extremely interesting to watch how the writers conclude the series. I highly recommend Psych (all seasons) to everyone who enjoys laughing as well as mystery.
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    By Mike S. on March 16, 2016
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    The 8th season of the show felt off from the prior seasons. Part of this is because the spoof/specialty episodes that were mixed in here and there in prior seasons were basically every other episode of season 8, up until the series finale. For those who listen to the commentary tracks that was because the writers knew it would be the last season and basically did all the episodes they wanted to do up to that point, but had not. So there is a remake episode, telling the same story as the weatherman murder from an earlier season with most of the parts recast with actors who had appeared on the show throughout the series. There was an episode based in London, with Gus decked out in Harry Potter attire (and seeing the return of Cary Elewes) and en episode that pays homage to just about every horror film aside from Friday the 13th.

    Another thing that hurt this season was the lack of all the main cast in each episode. Part of it was done for story line reasons, but there were just too large a chunk of time throughout the 10 episodes where Chief Vick, Juliette or Henry would not appear. There were some great guest star spots in the season including Mira Sorvino, Tom Arnold (and a ghost), Anthony Michael Hall, and even (finally) Billy Zane and Val Kilmer. Even with the faults of the season overall, the series finale was wonderful. It told the story that I think needed to be told, was funny, heartwarming and even tear jerking toward the end.

    For those who get the DVDs, like the other seasons there are commentary tracks on some episodes, deleted scenes for most episodes and a gag reel. The musical (which was actually filmed during season 7, but not aired until season 8) is also included. There are commentary tracks for both the musical episode and the series finale.
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    I own all of the season of Psych along with Psych: The Musical, and season 8 has fallen short of the typical humor. The last episode of the season is the best. The lack of all of the characters really affected the overall enjoyability of the episodes. Gus's character became a bit more "silly" in a not so positive way. Due to this, Shawn's character also appeared even more ridiculous. Again, I found this to be due in large part to the lack of the regular characters on the show. I missed Juliet, Karen, and Henry. I understand that the actors were all busy with other endeavors, but, in that case, it would have been nice to end the show sooner so that the show would have ended on a positive note. Those that say this last season was just as good as the pervious seasons is simply not watching the same show as I was watching. It went from ten funny, memorable lines an episode to about one to two per episode. Still, I am a huge Psych-O and will continue re-watching all of the seasons.
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    Unfortunately, my expectations for the last season were too high. the "cases" are not that interesting anymore, and somehow, the jokes seem to be worn out. Not as entertaining as previous seasons.
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    I've been a Psych-o since the very first episode and have enjoyed all the seasons but this final season was a disappointment. I believe that the real problem was the absence of Juliet and Chief Vick. Although Kirsten Nelson makes a couple of cameos, her character is essentially written out and the exit of Maggie Lawson after the fourth episode really left a big hole. The main attraction of this show was it's characters and their relationships with each other. I also felt that the storylines weren't as strong in addition to several HUGE errors which for me, were very distracting. Example: In the remake of "Cloudy with a chance of murder...", the episode was set in 1981. It opens with Henry and Shawn in the courtroom with Shawn in an infant car seat however Shawn was supposed to have been born in 1977 so a four year old wouldn't be in an infant car seat! There were several of these errors throughout the season. Also, Anthony Michael Hall's character was just obnoxious and totally inappropriate for this show and Mira sorvino was way too goofy. It seems that it would have been better if the writers had ended the series with season seven instead of dragging the show through an eighth season. However I will miss this show...it was lighthearted and interesting and as someone who was in my 20's during the 1980's, I really enjoyed the pop cultural references. Throughout the first seven seasons, there were a host of big name guest stars such as William Shatner, Louis Gossett Jr, Malcolm MacDowell, George Takei, Cheech Marin, Cybil Shepard, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy, John Cena, Lou Diamond Phillips and Wade Boggs in addition to several "theme" episodes such as an homage to Twin Peaks, The Shining, teen vampire movies and the movie Clue.Read more ›
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