Monday, September 30, 2013

7 Seasons: Top 7 Psych Episodes

FINALLY...after seven straight weeks of nothing but Psych I am all caught up and like you anxiously awaiting the musical episode in December!  I laughed, I cried, I laughed some more!  WHAT am I going to do until December?!  Probably go back and re-watch these seven awesome episodes!

Season 1:  Shawn vs. The Red Phantom.  Psych + Comic Con could it be anymore perfect?!  I also love the introduction of Gus as Magic 8 Ball.  One thing I love about this show is the fun names they come up with for Gus!

Season 2:  American Duos.  Because of this video!  Cannot wait for the musical episode!!  Any songs they do are so great...they have awesome taste!

Season 3:  Murder?... Anyone?... Anyone?... Bueller?  80s movie reference galore!  So happy to see the Rachel Lee Cook come in as guest start.  She's All That mini reunion with Dule!  

Season 4:  Mr. Yin Presents.  I thought this is when the show got more serious.  Love that it became a trilogy   I have been amazed by all the amazing guest stars they have gotten for the show!

Season 5:  Yang in 3D.  The end of the trilogy.  Great story finished nicely.  Wouldn't mind a prequel for the final season?!

Season 6:  This Episode Sucks.  Psych + vampires = another amazing combo.  Interview With a Vampire is my favorite movie of all time and James Roday even directed this one!

Season 7:  100 Clues & Right Turn or Left for Dead.  100 Clues was my favorite of the season with an honorable mention to Right or Left.  100 won me over the second Christopher Loyd said "Great scott!"  I could not leave out Right or Left because this one was so different from any other episode and it pretty much ripped my heart out!

Ok PSYCH-O's what were your favorite episodes thus far!!!??  And I am sure we are ALL counting down the days till The Psych Musical {December 15th} and the start of season 8!  

I'll see you there!


  1. My absolute favorites are the first two episodes of the Yang Trilogy (I like the third one, but think it could have been stronger and with the first two I can never decide which is my favorite - the first one has some great cinematography and his Mom being taken and the second also has some great cinematography directed by Roday and the seemingly impossible situation Shawn finds himself in) and "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark". As for non-serious ones, some of my favorites are "Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion" (this show has some great titles) and "Disco Didn't Die, It was Murdered". Love the ones when they have to work with Henry. :)

    1. ALL great choices & I deff feel the same about The Yang Trilogy! Thank you for the amazing comment!!