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Following in the footsteps of Monk, the series helped create an identity for USA Network as the home of oddball, character-driven dramedies.Somehow getting better and better with age, Psych carved out a niche for itself and built a rapport with fans that will guarantee things like spinoff novels and the demand for a movie, a Season Nine comic or other such follow-ups for years to come.Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.With the conclusion tonight of its acclaimed eight-year run, Steve Franks’s procedural dramedy Psych got as long a life as a strange, fun hybrid show without a major star could expect.Somehow, Psych managed to invoke those tropes without feeling like a retread or particularly dated.The result was a show that reveled in a sense of nostalgia but still felt surprisingly current, attracting a wide variety of fans who loved the show for different reasons.This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license; additional terms may apply.

Last Night Gus is my all-time favourite, but I think it would be very difficult to review.Shawn originally becomes known as a psychic when, after calling in tips on dozens of crimes covered on the news which help the police to close the case, the police become suspicious of his knowledge.The police theorize that such knowledge could only come from the "inside" and they decide to arrest him as a suspect.Thus, I decided to review an episode that truly has it all - action, intensity, creativity, a thought-provoking case, and of course, it has the ability to make you laugh one second and cry your eyes out the next.Written by Andy Berman, directed by Mel Damski, this episode is truly a masterpiece.

Last Night Gus is my all-time favourite, but I think it would be very difficult to review.Shawn originally becomes known as a psychic when, after calling in tips on dozens of crimes covered on the news which help the police to close the case, the police become suspicious of his knowledge.The police theorize that such knowledge could only come from the "inside" and they decide to arrest him as a suspect.Thus, I decided to review an episode that truly has it all - action, intensity, creativity, a thought-provoking case, and of course, it has the ability to make you laugh one second and cry your eyes out the next.Written by Andy Berman, directed by Mel Damski, this episode is truly a masterpiece.Unfortunately, as an adult Shawn is equal parts prankster and slacker with no real desire to apply himself in any normal occupation.