Psych stepped out if its '80s comfort zone in "Lock, Stock, Some Smoking Barrels and Burton Guster's Goblet of Fire," and the result, as the Brits would say, was bloody brilliant.
Plus: Learn the theme for Season 28.
Psych's two-hour musical was totally worth the seven-year wait.
Pop those jerk chicken nachos in the microwave, Psych-Os, because the long-awaited tune-filled spectacular finally premieres this Sunday.
The show's first family edition features an unusual and varied lineup: former winners and fan favorites, semi-famous "loved ones," a few returning players so unmemorable we had to Google them, and one nasty villain we only wish we could forget.
Executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat claimed the show hasn't even started the casting process yet. But no one could stay down for long in the lovefest that followed.
Showrunner Jeremy Carver mostly remained tightlipped about Season 9, but he did say we'll see lots of angels and demons.
Among lots of extra tasty offerings was an unwelcome sprinkle of salt—in the form of tears, both shed and yet to fall, because this could be Psych's last appearance at Comic-Con.
After Sunday's live finale, we caught up with two of the three finalists to discuss their experiences on the show.
What'd you think of the finale? Did the right person take home the million-dollar prize?
I'm laughing so hard I can barely type.
Murder! Betrayal! Baby on board!
What was your favorite campaign promise? And are you happy with Shules' latest DTR?
Plus: See a clip from tonight's episode!