Psych - Season 1
Shawn Spencer is in control of eerie powers of observation all because of his father, a retired police officer. He is employed by the police force after they get to know about his powers. Along with the help of an unwilling best friend, they take on serious cases.
- Episode 01: Pilot
- Episode 02: Spellingg Bee
- Episode 03: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Piece
- Episode 04: Woman Seeking Dead Husband: Smokers Okay, No Pets
- Episode 05: 9 Lives
- Episode 06: Weekend Warriors
- Episode 07: Who Ya Gonna Call?
- Episode 08: Shawn vs. the Red Phantom
- Episode 09: Forget Me Not
- Episode 10: From Earth to Starbucks
- Episode 11: He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, He Loves Me, Oops, He's Dead
- Episode 12: Cloudy Chance of Murder
- Episode 13: Game, Set... Muuurder?
- Episode 14: Poker? I Barely Know Her
- Episode 15: Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast
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Creators of "Psych - Season 1"
Critics Of "Psych - Season 1"
Alessandra Stanley Los Angeles Times
July 07, 2006 Psych, a new detective series on USA, is bipolar: inventive one minute and ploddingly formulaic the next.Read in Source
Hal Boedeker Orlando Sentinel
July 07, 2006 Can you enjoy a show without liking the main character? Psych puts that unnecessary challenge to viewers.Read in Source
Matt Roush TV Guide
July 07, 2006 As with Monk, the crime is largely an afterthought. Psych similarly serves up murder as a fluffy souffle, but what a tasty way to end the week.Read in Source
Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
July 07, 2006 The lighthearted Psych charms even as it duplicates the structure and tone of Monk.Read in Source
David Bianculli New York Daily News
July 07, 2006 There are holes to fill, though, before this show gets up to Monk level. What's encouraging is that it starts solidly and has a chance to find itself.Read in Source
Matthew Gilbert Boston Globe
July 07, 2006 The hammy younger actor [James Roday] isn't quite as cute as he thinks he is, and he belongs on a louder comedy series , a laugh-track sitcom in which his clowning might fit in more naturally.Read in Source
Tom Gliatto People Magazine
July 07, 2006 Unlike Monk, a gently comic character coping with mental illness, Roday's just an overgrown kid. Who needs him?Read in Source
Brian Lowry Variety
July 07, 2006 Psych isn't nearly as much fun as it ought to be, offering a breezy but not particularly captivating twist on a very well-worn buddy formula.Read in Source
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