Psych

Season 6 Episode 13

Let's Doo-Wop It Again

9
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Mar 21, 2012 on USA
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Episode Summary

After someone tries to murder the founder of a youth charity, two of Gus' former Blackapella members decide to help him and Shawn with the investigation.

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  • Whump? Yes please.

    5.0
    After watching a yummy clip of Roday singing his heart out and creating an amazing performance with Hill, THEN collapsing on stage, I fangirled over. So I was pretty much hyper up to watch it.

    Unfortunately, it didn't stick out very well. I didn't like that they skipped the stage scene all the way till after he wakes up from surgery. What? You couldn't play out the stage scene a little more? We've been waiting for a little whump scene like this since the pilot and that is ALL you give us?



    I get that it's supposed to be a light-hearted show but I'm beginning to think Shawn's mentally challenged ("can I walk without an appendix?" Seriously, guys?).



    I like that Henry paid for Shawn's treatment (even though it IS a little out of character) but what was the point when he cancelled payment for pain-medication?



    Juliet seriously annoyed me in this episode. Her boyfriend is in the damn hospital and she confronts him with a sour looking response after Shawn innocently asks for pillow fluffing (which I assumed came from the loopiness of taking medication). Your boyfriend just went through surgery, show some compassion, woman! I especially didn't like that she just took off when Shawn was in serious pain at the end of the episode. I get that Shawn didn't want her to see him "awkwardly weak" but, really Jules? You couldn't just pretend to care for five minutes?



    Overall, the plot was a little clumsy, and frankly a little boring, and they utterly destroyed the earlier character they created for Lassie's girlfriend. I didn't recall her being this flimsy and love-sick.

    Also, you writers seriously expect us to believe you can easily get internet connection in an iPad in the middle of nowhere?

    One thing I did enjoy, however, was the part when woody sticks the iPad under the cover of the dead body, hearing Shawn's classic girl-screaming in response (which, let's face it, we terribly miss).moreless
  • Let's Doo Wop It Again

    4.0
    Something was off about this episode. The writing just seemed different than it usually is and I rarely laughed throughout. Jaleel's White attempt at acting was really bothersome and he brought the whole show down, but then again this was a flawed and damaged premise from the get go. I just don't find Shawn yelling through a tablet screen video chat funny, but maybe that is just me.
Mekhi Phifer

Mekhi Phifer

Drake

Guest Star

Jaleel White

Jaleel White

Tony

Guest Star

Cheech Marin

Cheech Marin

Deacon Jones

Guest Star

Kristy Swanson

Kristy Swanson

Marlowe Viccellio

Recurring Role

Kurt Fuller

Kurt Fuller

Coroner Woody Strode

Recurring Role

Sage Brocklebank

Sage Brocklebank

Buzz McNab

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Gus: Tina told us about the money skimming, Deacon.
      Tony: Look, look, look, look. There is no way in the world this beautiful, inspiring human being stole from his own charity.
      Drake: That's right. This man saved my life. Go ahead, Deacon, tell 'em. You're no thief.
      Deacon: I'm sorry, but it's true.
      Tony: I always knew you were a rat!
      Drake: You're going straight to hell!

    • Tony: Good thing she doesn't have enough bullets in there to shoot all of us.
      Tina: This gun holds ten rounds.
      Drake: Well, let's hope she shoots Gus ten times.
      Gus: What?

    • Lassiter: What?
      Marlowe: Just thinking about how lucky I am to have a boyfriend that's still committed to our relationship and working on getting me an early release.
      Lassiter: Marlowe, I would move heaven and earth to be with you. Just as long as said movement is in accordance with the state laws of California.

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