Loz (lozenger8) wrote,
Loz
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Tonight, tonight...

Psych 4.10 = OMG. IT'S BACK!



Abigail! I think there is such a thing as too much cleavage. Oh, honey. I do like you.

Good boy, Lassie! (Shawn genuinely sounds proud, hah!)

Juliet is looking fierce.

Juliet's brother is a BAMF.

I like that Shawn's insecurities have him jealous of someone who is absolutely no threat to his potential future relationship with Juliet. Shawn really just does not like people cooler or seemingly cooler than him.

Lassiter is weirdly, strangely, oddly gleeful about Ewan. You cannot tell me this guy is 100% straight. His man-crushes are amazing.

ANDY BERMAN REPRESENT!

Psych/NCIS crossover. (With a little T2 thrown in?)

THAT? Was QUALITY FUCKING ACTING by Dulé Hill. Oh my gosh. (HAH, SHORTLY AFTER I WROTE THIS? GUS SAID 'OH MY GOSH'.)

Wow. You cannot say Shawn doesn't have guts for making that 'Don't ask, don't tell' joke.

"Is there another kind of idiocy that you would be more comfortable with?" = I have MISSED Shawn's smartassery.

... pitching to CBS.

Lassiter would totally stick bamboo shoots under your fingernails, if given half a chance.

Second time this episode Shawn admits he may have done something stupid.

Oh! This is a good way to split them up. Sad, but not icky for any reason.

GUS IS HERE, YOU GUYS. GUS IS HERE. Shawn left for years, but now that he has Gus back, he's not leaving him. ♥

This awesome dude is called Berman. HEE!

I actually think 'Guy Buttersnaps' is my new favourite Gus-nickname.

Oh, Shawn. You are genuinely sad and a little bit heartbroken here. I love it when Roday plays it for realism. He's so gosh darn good.


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