Psych, “The Polarizing Express” and “Dead Bear Walking”

Anytime there are two new episodes of Psych in one night, that is a good night. And even though last night's double-shot, "The Polarizing Express" and "Dead Bear Walking" were not particularly great episodes of the series, there is definitely something interesting going on with Psych that I figured would be worth talking about a … Continue reading Psych, “The Polarizing Express” and “Dead Bear Walking”

Psych, “Dual Spires”

I haven't checked in with Psych since it returned from the hiatus, which is unfortunate because I adore Psych and the first two episodes back have been pretty fun. I especially like that the series finally pulled the trigger on Shawn and Jules and has pretty much integrated their relationship into the series with little … Continue reading Psych, “Dual Spires”

Summer Finale — Psych, “One, Maybe Two, Ways Out”

The Psych summer finale was completely entertaining and totally satisfying. In fact, it was probably the strongest episode of the season's first half. However, it's also the episode that has me the most frustrated after watching it. As I've discussed in past Psych posts, I really enjoy when the series gets serious. It has proved … Continue reading Summer Finale — Psych, “One, Maybe Two, Ways Out”

Psych, “Chivalry Is Not Dead…But Someone Is”

The great thing about Psych (and really most quality comedies) is that even when an episode is totally strong as a whole, there are still a number of funny moments that keep the story pumping forward and the episode from completely dragging. "Chivalry Is Not Dead...But Someone Is" is one of those episodes. This week's … Continue reading Psych, “Chivalry Is Not Dead…But Someone Is”

Psych, “Feet Don’t Kill Me Now” and “Not Even Close…Encounters”

After what I thought was a partially weak season premiere, Psych rebounded with two hotly entertaining episodes that remind us fans why we love the series so much. While both "Feet Don't Kill Me Now" and "Not Even Close...Encounters" were generally awesome, the best part of both episodes was the slightly increased focus on Gus. … Continue reading Psych, “Feet Don’t Kill Me Now” and “Not Even Close…Encounters”