Psych: Murder, anyone, anyone, bueller?
  • Unfortunately, the body disappears before anyone else sees it and he has to determine who it was so he can figure out who the killer is
  • Overall, I think this turned out to be an intriguing episode


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      After it’s first season, the show Psych has gotten a bit stale. But, one of the more recent episodes “Murder…anyone…anyone…Bueller” isn’t too bad compared to many of the other newer episodes.

      This one takes place at Sean and Gus’ high school reunion and Sean witnesses a classmate falling from the roof.

      Unfortunately, the


      body disappears before anyone else sees it and he has to determine who it was so he can figure out who the killer is.

      Overall, I think this turned out to be an intriguing episode.

      On one hand, you find yourself questioning whether or not there was even a murder taking place.

      He ...


      • only sees the classmate fall for a second or two and can’t really prove a body was sitting on the grass at any one point and, even if he did, how is he supposed to figure out who the guy was when there’s no body at all.

        As a sub-story, you have the

        two heros fighting a bit because Gus feels he’s under appreciated.

        This ends up with a cute little speech at the end that really is a bit movie too.

        You also have Sean’s dad and mom getting back together for a little while; something that is entertaining but a bit creepy too since they don’t seem right for each other.


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