What's on your mind?
I'm new to the group and noticed there are often/usually/always fancy windows or lamp shades or something in a lot of the episodes. It seems to be more common than even the pineapples.
Has anyone ever noticed this before? I expect so, as it is so obvious to me that a stained glass window is commonly in the background.
I wanted to just check and see if this was already known about and described, I can't seem to find anything online
Does anyone recognize the painting of the two dogs hanging in Despereaux/Staley’s office? I swear I’ve seen it before but I can’t find it online.
What Xbox 360 game is Henry playing in this game?? I think it’s a fiction game for the show, but someone else thinks it’s a real game. Anyone know???
when two high school kids came to shawn and gus, shawn asked them "Is a lizard's skin dry and cracked?" and one of the kids replied :we believe that it is.
i recently started the show and i don't believe its a inside joke. does anyone know what that quote means? please help!
I'm trying to edit a page, and it won't let me type. I was able to add the character box and put info in there, but I can't type anywhere else. Does anyone know what I should do?
When Psych started there were ending skits (singing/gags). What hapend to them? Can't find anywhere...
At the beginning the SBPD chief says she called in SWAT and the FBI. This would make sense, except no previous episode mentions a SWAT and the team that arrives seem to have no personal knowledge of the Chief of Police, head detective or of Sean. The problem is SWAT isn't a police force. SWAT is a term some police forces use to describe a specific team of officers who use paramilitary "Special Weapons And Tactics".
So where did they come from? The real SBPD does have a SWAT team, but it would be impossible for their commander to not know his own fellow officers in such a small town. The real SB County sheriff's department has "SET" which is like SWAT.
But the real world doesn't matter. What's confounding is who are they supposed to be in-show? Just a random group of paramilitary officers who are never seen or heard from except this episode?
Love this show and love all of the references! I’m stuck on the “dont be the scream from Holding Back the Years”. Watched the video and listened to the song and I’m puzzled. Appreciate anything you got on it.
The character page says he was born in 1977, but the first scene in Season 8 episode 3 takes place in 1981. Shawn is clearly a baby in that episode. Season 3 episode 2 does indicate graduation in 1995, which jives with birth date in 1977.
I emailed one of the friendly Indians to try and bring back psych!
Could someone explain the "Come on, kid" reference?
Who's excited?! I am!
So I'm going to be honest...I haven't read the article because I'm slightly afraid of spoilers but I'm sharing it anyway. 😂
So good. So so good.
From the article...
"'Maybe,' Kirsten Nelson told TV Guide about a potential revival."