Psych, "Last Night Gus": you've seen The Hangover right?

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"My Ford Fusion is missing." - Lassiter

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Review: Psych, "Last Night Gus"
(S0602) Is it me or has the expiration date for The Hangover-themed episodes log passed? If not then this episode definitely moved up the date based on how hilarious it was.

The great thing about this episode is seeing Lassiter (Tim Omundsen) working with Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill). Their back and forth is very funny. In addition Woody (Kurt Fuller) is the perfect guy to deliver ridiculous one liners like “I just got verified on Twitter.”

The bad thing about this episode is that it's hard to review. I was so eager to see what was going to happen next, I didn't want to stop watching and type this review. As I've always said, it's the little things that make psych such a funny and fun show to watch. The simple fact that Shawn answered his phone with “Tom Wopat's office” is enough to earn this episode a thumbs up.

Then there's the cameo by Ed Lover. I can imagine a host of very old and very young people echoing Henry's (Corbin Bernsen) statement and asking, “Who's Ed Lover?” However, children of the MTV generation like myself, were glued to the screen when he came on.

Lastly, I could barely contain my excitement after seeing that the suspects name was Leroy Jenkins. I didn't know when it was coming, but I couldn't wait to hear Shawn yell the familiar battle cry.

I liked the fact that Shawn and Juliet (Maggie Lawson) didn't move in together because, as much as I realize it was time for them to hook up, it's simply way too early for that kind of a commitment.

By The King of TV, Paul Goebel

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