The Daily Quirk sat down with Thrilling Adventure Hour Player Hal Lublin and Guest Stars Richard Speight Jr. and Timothy Omundson at Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, where they appeared to take part in the general C2E2 awesomeness and give a special Thrilling Adventure Hour performance, for an exclusive interview where they shared all the details on what the Thrilling Adventure Hour is all about (and why it’s so super cool), as well as their individual projects, like Psych and Supernatural, and much more! Watch the interview below!
All good things must come to an end. And for something so unbelievably good, like Psych, the end is very tragic.
For 8 amazing seasons we have watched Shawn Spencer and Burton Guster’s adventures as they worked with the Santa Barbara Police Department using Shawn’s “psychic” abilities – and oftentimes getting into a lot of trouble. For Psych-os, the characters on the show have become like family. We’ve seen Shawn and Gus grow up together, get into (and out of) relationships, have loved ones nearly arrested and other loved ones kidnapped by a serial killer. And every episode has left us wanting more. Continue reading
With the last episode of Season 7 having aired months ago and the premier of Season 8 not airing until January, Psych fans might have suffered withdrawal had it not been for the two-hour-long special episode, Psych the Musical. Like many other Psych-Os, I sat in front of my television on Sunday, December 15, anxiously awaiting the start of the musical extravaganza that I had been anticipating for months.
With seven seasons worth of ‘80s pop culture references, pineapples, witty banter and “psychic” shenanigans, it was tough trying to narrow down my favorite episodes of Psych to just five. But I did the best I could, so here they are: Continue reading
I can think of very few shows on television that do not have at least one character I despise. Sometimes it’s because the writers have obviously designated a character for everyone to hate on. Other times, I have one I personally can’t stand (I’m thinking Penny from Big Bang Theory). Here’s a list of some characters I think we can all agree we love to hate. Continue reading
If you don’t already know who Burton Guster is, you need to get yourself to a television to watch an episode of Psych stat. Burton “Gus” Guster (Dulé Hill) is not only half of one of the funniest duos on television, but also a man of a million names thanks to the other half of that duo, Shawn Spencer (James Roday). Shawn and Gus have a “psychic” detective agency and whenever they meet up with people for the first time, Shawn introduces Gus by a different name, hence the wacky pseudonyms on the pencils above. It has been a running gag for seven going on eight seasons now and despite over a hundred episodes of this shtick, it never gets old. My personal favorite is Ovaltine Jenkins, but Lavender Gooms is a close second. Continue reading