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Psych: Season 3 [DVD] 
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The complete third season of the American comedy series following the misadventures of fake psychic Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his cynical friend, Gus (Dulé Hill). The episodes are: 'Ghosts', 'Murder?... Anyone?... Anyone?... Bueller?', 'Daredevils', 'The Greatest Adventure in the History of Basic Cable', 'Disco Didn't Die. It Was Murdered!', 'There Might Be Blood', 'Talk Derby to Me', 'Gus Walks Into a Bank', 'Christmas Joy', 'Six Feet Under the Sea', 'Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing', 'Earth, Wind and... Wait for It', 'Any Given Friday Night at 10PM, 9PM Central', 'Truer Lies', 'Tuesday the 17th' and 'An Evening With Mr. Yang'.
Creator Steve Franks’ comedic entry into the crime-solving genre follows the investigative efforts of fake psychic Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his childhood pal and sidekick Burton ‘Gus’ Guster (Dele Hill). Though Shawn has top-notch observational skills and the keen instincts necessary to become a detective, he also has a free-spirited, goofy side that prevents him from pursuing a serious career in police work, much to the chagrin of his father Henry (Corbin Bernsen). A former detective, Henry honed his son’s talents at a young age and is constantly frustrated by Shawn’s carefree view of adult life. Henry’s former colleague Interim Chief Karen Vick (Kirsten Nelson, however, sees Shawn as an asset for solving tough cases, even though she's sceptical of his alleged psychic ability, a lie Shawn manufactured after he gave the police a tip that was so accurate he became a suspect.
- Deleted scenes - Ghosts
- Deleted scenes - The Greatest Adventure in the History of Basic Cable
- Gag Reel
- Gus Walks into a Bank Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks, Executive Producer Chris Henze, Writer Andy Berman and Series Stars James Roday and Dule
- Video Commentaries Six Feet Under the Sea with Executive Producer/Creator/Writer/Director Steve Franks
- Six Feet Under the Sea Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks, Executive Producers Chris Henze and Kelly Kulchak and Series Stars James Roday and Dule Hill
- Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing Commentary with Executive Producer/Creator Steve Franks, Executive Producers Chris Henze and Kelly Kulchak, Writers Kell Cahoon and Tim Meltreger and Series Stars James Roday, Dule Hill and Tim Omundson
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This season finds Shawn and Gus taking on some of their wackiest cases yet. They get involved in the death of a sea lion. Gus is held captive in a bank robbery gone bad. There's murder at the roller derby and among stunt men. They go on a treasure hunt. The camp they attended as a kid is being haunted by a serial killer (in a great Friday the 13th spoof).
Cybil Shepherd shows up a few times as Shawn's mother, a character we've only heard about before. She adds a good dynamic to the cast as well.
While each week has a fairly decent mystery, the real reason I look forward to this show is the comedy. This show is wacky. Shawn and Gus have some fast paced dialogue that always makes me laugh. And Shawn can put a reference to 80's culture into just about any conversation. The physical comedy of those two is just as fun. Yes, the other characters get chances to shine in the comedy department, but this is James Roday and Dule Hill's show, and they nail it week after week.Read more ›
"Psych" may be breaking up when Gus is given a choice by his boss -- his pharmaceutical job, or the agency. To prove their worth, Shawn offers to investigate the company VP's haunted house... and Gus soon finds that there's more than meets the eye to this haunting. Meanwhile Shawn's mother (Cybill Shepherd) drops in for work, stirring up some old skeletons for our favorite faux psychic.
Among the cases Gus and Shawn take on: a vanishing body at the high school reunion, a treasure map, the implosion of Henry's greatest case, roller derby robberies, Coast Guard clashes, a murdered sea lion, a body hidden in a Nativity scene, a firebug with a murderous secret, a murdered footballer, an old summer camp haunted by an axe murderer, and an attempt to clear the name of a pathological liar.
Their cases become personal when Lassiter (Timothy Ormundson) is accused of killing a drug lord, and Shawn is determined to prove that the disgraced cop didn't do it. And the Yin Yang serial returns to Santa Barbara, wanting Shawn as the newest "challenger." So he/she leads Shawn through a ghastly series of riddles... and if Shawn doesn't outwit him/her, those close to him may die.
Clearly Steve Franks is sticking to the old adage: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it.Read more ›
Season 3 is also when they really got going with the "genre" episodes and movie homages, like "Murder... Anyone?... Bueller?", the wonderfully goofy "Disco Didn't Die" and Roday's directing debut and homage to slasher films, "Tuesday the 17th"
I love this show!
My only disappointment with the DVD set is the bonus material. There are much fewer outtakes and commentaries than in the previous seasons! Calling the distributor's self promotion a "bonus feature" on disc 1 is taking the Mickey.
However, one disc is loose in mine as the case seems so flimsy it was broken on arrival. I also bought seasons 1 and 2 and the cases are the same. Annoying!
16 episodes. Intriguing cases. Sparkling scripts. A cast with its characters by now all finely honed, the chemistry great. Guest stars include Cybill Shepherd, Alan Ruck, Gary Cole and - a real surprise - Jane Lynch (Sue from "Glee"). In Ep.6 she is at her most Sueish, Kisten Nelson as the precinct's chief convincingly her sister. Highlights abound: Ep.8 - the bank hold-up; Ep.11 - straightlaced cop Lassiter, of all people, suspected of murder; Ep.16 - suddenly the stakes higher, everything more serious.
Many bonuses worth exploring - (perhaps too many involved in the excitable commentaries?) Throughout, much delights. (Gus' "main job", though, is overdue for attention - at present it one of the least convincing contrivances ever.)
Forever inventive, the series goes from strength to strength. Recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have only just recently started watching this and it is one of the best shows I have seen.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Never a dull moment in this laugh-filled and off-beat detective show. Love the subtle movie references. And you have to be quick to catch them sometimes.Published 9 months ago by CrimeKing
Love watching the interaction and dialogue between Sean and the unwilling best friend Gus who just seems to get caught up in Sean's antics. Great fun. Highly recommended.Published 9 months ago by Faulkner