8.4
6,115 votes
Psych

Psych

USA Network 2006

Thanks to his police officer father's efforts, Shawn Spencer spent his childhood developing a keen eye for detail (and a lasting dislike of his dad). Years later, Shawn's frequent tips to the police lead to him being falsely accused of a crime he solved. Now, Shawn has no choice but to use his abilities to perpetuate his cover story: psychic crime-solving powers, all the while dragging his best friend, his dad, and the police along for the ride.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Psych

Psych - S8E9

#1 - A Nightmare on State Street

7.09

Season 8 - Episode 9

Gus' nightmares start to feel like reality when he and Shawn work to solve an unlikely case for the SBPD.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Psych from 447 votes.

Psych - S7E16

#2 - Psych: The Musical (2)

7.69

Season 7 - Episode 16

This musical extravaganza follows Shawn and Gus' search for an escaped playwright who was declared criminally insane following a suspicious fire. Complicating matters, a person who may have important evidence is an enemy from Shawn's past.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Psych from 201 votes.

Psych - S1E4

#3 - Woman Seeking Dead Husband - Smokers Okay, No Pets

7.71

Season 1 - Episode 4

Shawn and Gus land their first non-SBPD case when a widow hires them to find some cash that her husband stole from a bank. Shawn is asked to talk to a spirit and help the widow of the thief.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Psych from 503 votes.

Psych - S7E15

#4 - Psych: The Musical (1)

7.78

Season 7 - Episode 15

This musical extravaganza follows Shawn and Gus' search for an escaped playwright who was declared criminally insane following a suspicious fire. Complicating matters, a person who may have important evidence is an enemy from Shawn's past.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Psych from 373 votes.

Psych - S4E12

#5 - A Very Juliet Episode

7.80

Season 4 - Episode 12

In 2003, Juliet made a pact with her boyfriend Scott Seaver (Josh Braaten) to meet up in seven years. After he fails to show up, Shawn finds him, and by extension endangers his life since he was a key witness against mobster J.T. Waring (Arnold Vosloo), who was convicted for the murder of a U.S. Marshall. When Waring denies killing the Marshall, Shawn must prove him right in order to protect Scott.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Psych from 299 votes.

Psych - S1E7
#6 - Who Ya Gonna Call?
7.82
Season 1 - Episode 7

Shawn reluctantly settles for a private client who claims a ghost has it in for him after Lassiter kicks Gus and him off the much more interesting case of a murdered psychologist, but the two investigations seem to be running parallel and Shawn may still end up solving the police's case.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Psych from 423 votes.

Psych - S6E5
#7 - Dead Man's Curveball
7.82
Season 6 - Episode 5

When the hitting coach of the Santa Barbara Seabirds suddenly dies, the team's manager hires Shawn and Gus to go undercover as the new coach and mascot in order to investigate.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Psych from 341 votes.

Psych - S1E2
#8 - The Spellingg Bee
7.82
Season 1 - Episode 2

When what begins as a little competitive sabotage in a regional spelling bee quickly escalates to murder. Shawn and Gus must investigate the mysterious death of the "Spellmaster" at the regional Spelling Bee.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Psych from 639 votes.

Psych - S3E14
#9 - Truer Lies
7.83
Season 3 - Episode 14

Shawn and Gus must prove a pathological liar is telling the truth in order to stop an assassination plot.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Psych from 316 votes.

Psych - S1E6
#10 - Weekend Warriors
7.84
Season 1 - Episode 6

Shawn and Gus attend a Civil War reenactment rehearsal for the sheer pleasure of watching Lassiter have a nervous breakdown as he runs it, but when a scripted death turns real they end up donning uniforms themselves in order to find the murderer and perhaps prevent another.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Psych from 474 votes.

Last updated: may 14, 2021

Comments

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Arrivaderci Psych! I shall miss you and your wit and witticisms, antics with Shawn and Gus, Lassiter and his temper, and the awesome 80s references. Farewell! :(

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This show brings me the most laughs I had in 31 years while watching TV... i absolutely Love this, never gets old!

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One of the greatest comedies of all time! A must watch!

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this is a legendary comedic series from the mid-2000s that never gets old. Shawn with his off the wall antics, Gus and his ridiculous "That's messed up" line, the '80s references. It all just came together perfectly. I've heard it both ways. Where is Dobson?

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Great must watch series! Classic comedy!

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I have seen this show 3 times and it never gets old!

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*****Love, love LOVE Psych***** _Fun, quirky series with a wide variety of characters that provide some interesting plots for super sleuthing. Well acted. Not the average detective series. Scripted for Santa Barbara, California but filmed in Canada. (Both beautiful places). Each person in my family has their favorite episode(s). Love the theme song. Some plots were more serious than others. Psych ran for eight seasons. The final episode was exceptionally well done._ My Score 8/10.

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One of the greatest shows ever. It is funny, it's curious, it romantic. Everything we need in one single piece.

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Psych: The Move Sequel is a GO, and has been greenlit at USA Networks as of 02/14/2019. What better Valentines Day gift could Psych fans hope for, other than some San Francisco Sourdough from the exceptional bakeries around the Bay Area? https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/psych-movie-sequel-usa-network-1203139984/ And Tim Omundson will indeed be back as Lassie, and in fact is at the center of the sequels plot!

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Such a clever, quick-witted show. The episodes are not slowed down by a lot of drama, yet there is plenty of character and story development to make you attached to the main characters. One of the flaws that got to me was the never ending immaturity. The show is very centered upon the silly nature of Shawn and Gus, so I wouldn’t expect it to move far from that; however, it wouldn’t hurt to let Shawn act with a little more maturity and show him navigating some of the responsibilities is running a business and functioning as an adult. They do touch on this in a couple episodes with Gus, Juliet and other friends/family showing the same frustration.

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