Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) dive into a world that's equal parts mystery and melody to track down an escaped playwright mad man, Z (Anthony Rapp, "Rent"), who six years earlier ...
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Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) dive into a world that's equal parts mystery and melody to track down an escaped playwright mad man, Z (Anthony Rapp, "Rent"), who six years earlier was deemed criminally insane after locking a critic in a back room of the theatre that he burnt to the ground. Written by
When Yang insists that Shawn and Gus sing their accusation to her, they lean over and converse for a moment. The line muttered is "Tune of the Friendly Indians" The Friendly Indians is the band that sings the Psych Theme Song. See more »
Gus and Shawn make references in the opening musical number about Juliet not knowing about Shawn's "psychic" ability being a sham, but they broke up earlier in the season when she found out he's living a lie (episode 7) and got back together when he tried to turn himself in (episode 10). See more »
Terrible musical numbers. Who wrote them? They should not be allowed near a writing device again. Complete lack of continuity (chief de-suspended? Juliet forgot Shawn isn't a psychic?). What was the point of the fairy tale book thing? Is this a fairy tale or a musical? Yang has always been annoying but this scaled new depths. The actor playing Shawn's ego scaled fresh heights: is he attempting to jumpstart a singing career or something? The plot was nonsensical. And pretty much the only funny thing in the entire two hour long episode was Gus singing Jamaican at the end. This episode was like watching an Ed Wood movie.
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