Psych: Earth, Wind and Wait for It
  • The problem with any mystery show is that they have to introduce new people every episode and one of them invariable has to be the person committing the crime they are trying to solve
  • In the first season there was almost always an attractive female guest star and usually they committed the crime, but the real entertainment was watching Sean hit on them, and when the female arson investigator appeared I began to suspect she may have committed the crime just because of that prior experience


    • by Elton Gahr

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      The problem with any mystery show is that they have to introduce new people every episode and one of them invariable has to be the person committing the crime they are trying to solve. Psych runs into this same problem.

      In this episode there were three main guest stars, the fire chief, the arson investigator and the building inspector.

      It


      doesn’t bother me in Psych because, while the show is generally good with its mysteries giving you the same clues as the character in the show, the mystery is only part of the show.

      Psych is almost as much comedy as it is mystery.

      Watching Sean and Gus in the variety of situations they get themselves into is almost always ...


      • entertaining.

        This show feels like a return to form for Psych, which is both good and bad.

        In the first season there was almost always an attractive female guest star and usually they committed the crime, but the real entertainment was watching Sean hit on them, and when the female arson investigator appeared I began to suspect she may

        have committed the crime just because of that prior experience.

        The only flaw in the show is that they have moved away from the original premise of the show.

        While Sean is still a psychic it rarely really matters to anyone where he gets his information.

        I don’t know that I want it to always matter either but it needs to come up more.


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