Psych

Season 7 Episode 7

Deez Nups

13
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Apr 10, 2013 on USA
8.0
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  • A WEDDING AND A BROKEN HEART

    Psych "Deez Nups" Review: Not Everybody Will Wang Chung Tonight

    I'm not sure what hurts more: my stomach, because I laughed so hard, or my heart, because James Roday RIPPED IT OUT OF MY CHEST.

  • Episode Summary

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    Lassiter's long wait is finally over, and Marlowe has said "yes" to his proposal and a quick—but mostly tasteful—wedding at a casino resort. But first up is the bachelor party Lassiter didn't want, and how to deal with the crime lord seen at the casino who could end Lassiter's dream.

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • Lassies wedding episode.

      9.0
      Lassies wedding episode had all the slapstick comedy we would expect, but Juliette finding out that Shaun is a fraud psychic at the end was a shocker! I just wish they would have put more thought into her finding out, this way was just too easy.
    • disappointing

      2.0
      I relly can't believe I'm the only one here who thinks that this episode was really really bad. The case itself was just basic stuff but the ending??? Julie is making a scene because she now finds out that Shawn doesn't have any super powers? And this because she finds 2 tickets in his jacket? Are you kidding? First that she found those tickets doesn't mean anything, I mean there were tons of other situations which were even more obvious and what the hell where she thinking how he is doing his job???? And what is the problem with this? Why she is making such a scene because of that? There is really no reason for that! So I think this is the worst Psych episode ever!moreless
    • Reveal a letdown

      9.0
      I liked the episode, but Jules finding out that way was lame. I thought they would make it more interesting. There have been other times where she could have notice but didn't. Lassister/Shawn at first thought she escaped by the window a misdirect.

      Shawn took the ticket because it had Matt Damien on it not to use later, but it came about later as a coincidence.



      Shawn is highly observant/ great memory etc as trained by his Dad even as a kid he was hoodwinking cops.



      I was a little disappointed in Jules reaction b/c shawn has solved cases for them and he only lied about being a psychic mostly to cover up his true skills.



      Even in the pilot he solved a bunch of cases by watching the news and called the tip lines.



      Out of the whole episode that big reveal was a let down and so unlike psych.moreless
    • Falling for you was never part of the plan...

      9.5
      Wow, awesome episode! While Lassie and Marlowe simultaneously celebrate their wedding in both bachelor(ette) parties and the ceremony itself, the whole team helps to take down a notorious crime lord. And at the end, the moment we've been waiting for finally comes. Juliet figures out that Sean is not psychic, and he confesses. It ends with her walking away, distraught. I can't wait to find out what happens next!
    • Dun-dun-dun!

      8.5
      A truly fun episode. Well, except those last few minutes! Still, Lassie finally gets his wish to marry Marlowe, the boys treat him to a fun-filled Hangover-esque bachelor party, the girls almost see a bit too much of McNab, Marlowe's maid of honor was too hysterical!, seeing our Chief of Police wasted with a peanut shell stuck to her lip was quite funny, and the bare butt but blurred-out shot (curse you sensors!!!) of McNab nabbing our culprits for the evening was too much.



      The topper was the ending. I didn't see it coming and it totally rocks the world for our characters. Honestly, you knew it had to happen eventually. You can only carry on a charade like that and suspend your character's disbelief and keep your audience tagging along for only so long before the next, inevitable shift in the dynamics have to come. Roday's justification speech to Jules was so moving, you felt sorry for him. And Jules... I think the champagne in his face was light punishment, but keeping in line with the show & Juliet's character. She did just come from saying she deserved her cake [dammit!]. Throwing a drink in someone's face isn't out of character for her, but frankly Shawn better be ready for some face smacking, ass-whooping, and all-around shift in his world, cuz it's gonna get crazy!!moreless
    Mike Starr

    Mike Starr

    Max Rizzo

    Guest Star

    Cocoa Brown

    Cocoa Brown

    Big Wendy

    Guest Star

    Pete Gardner

    Pete Gardner

    Stumpy

    Guest Star

    Sage Brocklebank

    Sage Brocklebank

    Buzz McNab

    Recurring Role

    Kurt Fuller

    Kurt Fuller

    Coroner Woody Strode

    Recurring Role

    Kristy Swanson

    Kristy Swanson

    Marlowe Viccellio

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Big Wendy: All right, let's do some shots, baby! Get this party started!
        Karen: Uh, yeah. Um, I don't really do shots. In fact, I rarely drink.
        Marlowe: Oh, come on, Karen.
        Karen: No, no, no, no. Really, really, this is just, it's not a great idea. I mean, I'm the chief of police.
        Big Wendy: And I'm the chief of making bitches do shots.
        Karen: All righty, then. I'll see you in the E.R.

    • NOTES (2)

      • International Air Date:
        Canada: August 26, 2013 on Global

      • Crew Clarifications and Additions: Julies Ashton (Casting by), Candice Elizinga (Canadian Casting), Elizabeth House (A Camera 1st Assistant), George Majoros (B Camera 1st Assistant), Burton Franks (Technical Consultant), Janelle Reyes (Post Production Supervisor), Lauren Haroutunian (Post Production Assistant), Tim Goessling (Assistant to C. Henze/K. Kulchak), Rachael Paradis (Writer's Production Assistant)

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