Season 7 Episode 4

No Country for Two Old Men

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Mar 20, 2013 on USA
out of 10
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  • Episode Summary


    Juliet's stepfather comes to town, and Shawn is determined to forge a relationship between the two dad. He just didn't think it would require a trip to Mexico to find Lloyd and his father after they are abducted.

    Who was the Episode MVP ?

    • In-Laws Out-Laws


      Has no one seen The In-laws? A classic movie.

      I know this didn't follow the traditional psych format, but it was enjoyable from start to end.
    • Losing Focus

      I'm concerned about where Psych is going this season. They appear to be starting to mess with a winning formula. Although the relationships on the show are good and add to the storylines, making them the focus is formula for disaster. Hope this isn't the beginning of the end.
    • Not so good!

      I was very disappointed with this episode. It was a strange story line that wasn't very interesting. Luckily this is an outlier from the other episodes of Psych, plus the next episode looks awesome. Hopefully this was just a fluke like I think it is because Psych is such an amazing show.
    • No Country

      A little odd to focus on two older characters in the episode, but it was intriguing. Not one of the funnier installments, but a more interesting chase and hostage/kidnap situation than some the show has done in the past.

      The season has been disappointing thus far.

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Shawn: You know, Jules, first of all, there is no longer a "you." It's just "us." We live as one now. Matter of fact, we should start thinking of a singular name that covers both of us. Juli-hawn, Shawn-iet, there's also Shules, if you're a fan of brevity.
        Juliet: Yeah, we're not doing that.

    • NOTES (2)

      • International Air Date:
        Canada: August 5, 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)

    • ALLUSIONS (0)