I just think everyone should know after reading this article that Psych has actually sold all its sets and props, and did so way in the beginning of September. She may not be done with Psych, but Psych is definitely done from what I hear, despite the fact the network hasn't announced it formally! Just an important FYI!
The 'degenerate behavior' comment is actually meant as more of a joke than anything. But Lassiter really was trying to frame Henry's presence at that bar as a bad thing. I was essentially just playing-off what was already injected into the scene!
No worries @Steve Cee, I totally know this is just a tv show, but I find it much more interesting to make people think about what they're seeing rather than just passively watching, especially if I have to chance to intervene in the review setting to bring something out that might have bearing on a character's trajectory. This is purely fun for me, and @Psych_USA has picked up reviews where I take the time to parse out these little details. I haven't lost a wink of sleep, in fact, I've been sleeping a lot more than usual. Thanks for your concern, though!
Let me clarify a few things:
1. @ReaRea2013: I don't hate this season so much. Just from a critical perspective, and in comparison to the other shows that USA Network has cranked out for this, and every other season of the year, Royal Pains, in my opinion, has struggled to keep up in terms of pace and growth.
2. @RP Fan: USA Network just changed the schedule changes in the past week, so when they released the episode for pre-screening they were still calling it a mid-season finale at the network.
But what we all want to know is what date Psych is expected to be back! Or maybe that's just me!
@Steve, like I mention in the review, I think we could have suffered a little bit longer, and would have preferred another route was taken on the resolution. I do think that 48hrs is a little short for power to be turned and overturned.
@Tyler I hope the plot is more substantial than that. My hope is that the plot is more about Louis trying to claw his way back into the ranks and failing miserably. Eventually he will break down and finally see that he's wrong and doesn't have to operate in that manner.
@John Nice catch. Even so, the episode as a whole was well put together and pretty entertaining!
@Terrie No, I was not able to see the preview when the episode aired, so I would not know that. However, it wouldn't surprise me if it didn't last due to Boris.
What did I make of their conversation over future children? I'm not sure. I was pretty surprised that Paige was so militant and insistent when it came to disciplining her children. I don't know why she jumped all over him about avoiding the conversation. I don't think he did that at all. The conversation overall was another strange abstraction in this episode.
@MRWRITESF I don't believe I'm over-thinking it. It DOES matter that the content of these episodes continues to get more and more not cohesive, as I think it interferes with the storytelling.
@SPatel I completely agree with you, Mike's thinking was genius and he really was able to make a clever play on Tanner. If only we knew what the dirt was that Hardman found before Mike could!
@quina the round table it is up and ready to go!
@all Such a great response for an even more excellent episode!
@Blu, yes Louis as IF she loved Harvey, not IN love with him, but the implication to a non-discerning individual would be the same. While Louis carefully crafted the question, the partners saw someone (Harvey) who demonstrated some kind of feeling for another human being by telling Louis to back off. Louis almost played right into allowing Harvey's softer side to show up in that respect.
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