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PostPosted: 26 Aug 2006, 11:38 
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Did anyone see George Takei on Psych last night? funny stuff. I'm liking this show lately. Even though I think Shawn (James Roday) acts a little over the top, Gus (Dule' Hill) cracks me up.

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bratzks wrote:
did anyone see george takei on psych last night? funny stuff. i'm liking this show lately. even though i think shawn (james roday) acts a little over the top, gus (dule' hill) cracks me up.

With the sad addition of DirecTV Plus (cheap TiVo) I have been watching Psych. It's a fun show if not, as you said, a little over-the-top.

The season finale with Chekov ("Sulu, damnit!") was kind of funny, but after watching 5-6 episodes already, I'm finding it's easier and easier to figure out what's going to happen. Clever ending since they're actually on hiatus until January. My favorite bits are the Psych Outs after the episode.

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It's allright...

It's been getting better as the season went on...

But the lead is still pretty annoying but I guess that's the point...

And it's a bad sign that EVERY time he hits on a women in an episode that she turns out to be bad... EVERY TIME! And thats like 4-5 times in the 10 or so episodes that aired.

I don't think I would keep watching if it wasn't a summer show that is easier to catch... it would die fast as a fall show.

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And it's a bad sign that EVERY time he hits on a women in an episode that she turns out to be bad... EVERY TIME! And thats like 4-5 times in the 10 or so episodes that aired.

:green: forgot to complain about that. So it's sometimes funny to see it, but every time is pretty ridiculous.

Bad sign, but I already forget the finale. The movie exec at the comic con was a possible suspect but turned out innocent, no? But still, the fact that he accused her during his flirting ended any chance that they would hook up. He falls in love, and she's a murderer. He calls her on his suspicion, and he has no chance to fall in love.

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I tried watching it, but lost interest in the middle of the first episode. I don't care much for movies or TV shows with stupid and gullible cops in them. That's why I never liked Monk or Heist much.

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I tried watching it, but lost interest in the middle of the first episode. I don't care much for movies or TV shows with stupid and gullible cops in them. That's why I never liked Monk or Heist much.

Then you probably won't like JUSTICE...
A show that wouldn't work on it's own premise if the cops did their jobs properly... but it paints the whole industry as corrupt and money grubbing... sure it may be true... but who wants to see that?

How does that Murphey's Law go?
Those who like sausage and respect the law should never see either one being made.

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Odd Todd wrote:
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I tried watching it, but lost interest in the middle of the first episode. I don't care much for movies or TV shows with stupid and gullible cops in them. That's why I never liked Monk or Heist much.

Then you probably won't like JUSTICE...
A show that wouldn't work on it's own premise if the cops did their jobs properly... but it paints the whole industry as corrupt and money grubbing... sure it may be true... but who wants to see that?

How does that Murphey's Law go?
Those who like sausage and respect the law should never see either one being made.

It's not about respecting the law, it's about having realistic characters.

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Last year's finale' was the best episode of the show... almost head and shoulders above the rest of the episodes... This years premier was pretty good with Tim Curry in a perfect role... hope the show can sustain this pace... i'd hate for it to become all meh again.

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Odd Todd wrote:
Last year's finale' was the best episode of the show... almost head and shoulders above the rest of the episodes... This years premier was pretty good with Tim Curry in a perfect role... hope the show can sustain this pace... i'd hate for it to become all meh again.

I agree.

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I think this week's premiere was easily the funniest episode of all so far.


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This years premier was pretty good with Tim Curry in a perfect role

I wonder if it will be recurring with Alan Arkin taking over

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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

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alan smithee wrote:
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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

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alan smithee wrote:
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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

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JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
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alan smithee wrote:
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I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

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Columbus was trying to discover the source when he came here?

When he reached the New World, Cortez burned his ships. As a result his men were well motivated.

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alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
bratzks wrote:
I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

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Columbus was trying to discover the source when he came here?

When he reached the New World, Cortez burned his ships. As a result his men were well motivated.

Vespucci died without seeing Montana.

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JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
bratzks wrote:
I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

Image

Columbus was trying to discover the source when he came here?

When he reached the New World, Cortez burned his ships. As a result his men were well motivated.

Vespucci died without seeing Montana.

Strangely, he had a pickup truck. Maybe even a "recreational vehicle."

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alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
bratzks wrote:
I can't for the life of me remember what that boyhood torture device is called. When you grab your friends arm and twist the skin in opposite directions. Anyone?

haven't seen tonight's episode yet, but "Indian burn"?

:red: "Native American Burn"

Image

Columbus was trying to discover the source when he came here?

When he reached the New World, Cortez burned his ships. As a result his men were well motivated.

Vespucci died without seeing Montana.

Strangely, he had a pickup truck. Maybe even a "recreational vehicle."

The police have themselves an RV.

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:thumb2: On the Christmas episode.

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