The ‘Psych’ Cast Looks Back On Their Favorite Lassiter Moments

“DEER JERKY ANYONE???”

PSYCH -- Pictured: Tim Omundson as Carlton Lassiter -- USA Network Photo: Matthias Clamer

Shawn Spencer (James Roday) might have been the hero of Psych, but everyone knows that the stern sceptic Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) was known to steal the show from time to time. There was just something about the way Shawn pushed Lassie’s buttons to the point of explosion that fans could not get enough of!

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Recap: Psych 8×10, “The Breakup”

Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) in the USA Network logo for PSYCH

This week marked an end of an era in television history. After 8 wonderful years PSYCH closed its Psychic Private Detective doors and said goodbye leaving us viewers sad but satisfied. Last week, I did a PSYCH season finale in review, and I couldn’t help wondering how after eight years of laughs, movie quotes, amazing guest stars, snoopy dancing, fist bumps, the pineapple, the Blueberry, and the popular phrase “Suck It” would such an amazing show find a way to wrap everything up in a way that make would fans happy. Well, let me tell you, not since the series finale of Burn Notice have I seen a more perfect ending. Continue reading

Psych: The Final Season Reviewed

A Season of Guest Stars, Horror, and The Man With the Chin

I’m sure, like me, many of you guessed last year when it was announced that Psych would be cut down to eight episodes for the upcoming season eight that it was sure to be cancelled. Followed by seeing Maggie Lawson (Juliette) cast in the ABC show Back in the Game pretty much solidified any hopes one would have. Once Back in the Game was cancelled, speculation started that maybe this wasn’t the end of PSYCH and it would continue on. Any and all hope was shot when, at the end of episode five, James Roday (Shawn Spencer) and Dule Hill (Burton Guster) announced that this would indeed be PSYCH’s final season with the series finale airing March 26th. There has been talk about USA bringing back PSYCH in the future as a movie, but I’ve been around the block enough times to know not to hold my breath. Continue reading