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The dressed-down "The Break-Up" was the perfect way to end this series, to bookend what Psych was always about: relationships between characters and a boy growing up.
"A Nightmare on State Street" pulled out all the stops that'd previously barred the doors of imagination for the sake of realism, all so we could have an orgy of horror tropes and guest stars.
Plus: Patricia Arquette will leading CSI's cyber crimes spin-off, AMC's Halt & Catch Fire has a premiere date, and Lindsay Lohan's gonna be a Broke Girl.
Plus: Donal Logue's moving to Gotham, Will Forte is the Last Man on Earth, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan's getting Shameless.
USA's long-running caper will sign off forever in March, with a post-finale live after-show that will probably only make you more sad.
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.
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.
Harvey and Michael will help launch the new EMT comedy Sirens, and White Collar returns in January.
Plus: Kristen Schaal will star in an ABC pilot, a new peak at the Psych musical, and Alan Alda adds his name to The Blaclist.
Plus: Sutton Foster is visiting Psych, Anna Gunn is tired of all the shit, and Sons of Anarchy's getting an after-show.
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.
Plus: Andy Richter is a game-show host, Ellie Kemper will attend a wedding, and no more Glee Project.
Plus: Nashville promotes kids and gay cowboys, Paula Abdul is still alive, and racism boosts Big Brother.
Plus: USA wants more Psych, people are naming their kids after Game of Thrones characters, and Breaking Bad beer!
Plus: TNT is sticking with Boston cops, Elementary is headed across the pond, and a couple friendly faces will return to Psych.
I'm laughing so hard I can barely type.
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abrasive parent, catchy soundtrack, buddies and gal pals, altruistic behavior, Thrillers