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 Post subject: Re: Psych
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2010, 06:51 
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Last night's was pretty good, especially Cary Elwes

The final scene (motorcycle/car speech, the crowd watching them, lady with the pearls, full disclosure) along with the Psych-outs were great too

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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Man, I wish I remembered Twin Peaks better. I'm sure I missed tons of references. Even so, that was a great episode. Loved the theme song change and the music.

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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Man, I wish I remembered Twin Peaks better. I'm sure I missed tons of references. Even so, that was a great episode. Loved the theme song change and the music.


Looks like I need to watch the latest episode.

I am rewatching season 1 on the train to work lately and true to form, I fall asleep *every* episode.

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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Man, I wish I remembered Twin Peaks better. I'm sure I missed tons of references. Even so, that was a great episode. Loved the theme song change and the music.

I'm watching the episode right now (just got through the new opening credits)...

I wish I'd seen Twin Peaks to get any of the references (beyond Paula Merall) :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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And now I wished I watched Psych, as I have seen Twin Peaks :tongue:

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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miles behind again... bbc showed season one, I loved it, then they went back to Monk repeats... brought season 2 yeaterday, just seen the first 4 episodes.. awesome, love this show. and one my fave theme tunes

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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just ordered season 3, watched first 8 yesterday... school reunion one is awesome, and i loved how he told the reporter 'good luck, we're all coun ting on you'

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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I don't know if any of you still watch, but I thought the Clue tribute was great.

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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I don't know if any of you still watch, but I thought the Clue tribute was great.

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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I don't know if any of you still watch, but I thought the Clue tribute was great.

Haven't watched it yet, but the previous week's was basically The In-Laws (and pretty good).

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(Presumably they filmed three? (Or rigged the results if necessary?))

Somewhat random to see half of the most interesting name pair in pop music return to Psych: the latter of Roland Jaime Orzabal de la Quintana ... and Curt Smith.

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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This is one i'll actually miss. :x

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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Agrajag wrote:
bratzks wrote:
Man, I wish I remembered Twin Peaks better. I'm sure I missed tons of references. Even so, that was a great episode. Loved the theme song change and the music.

I'm watching the episode right now (just got through the new opening credits)...

I wish I'd seen Twin Peaks to get any of the references (beyond Paula Merall) :roll:


OK, so 5 years later, and I'm up to Season 5. Finally saw the Dual Pines episode. Absolute classic. The wood woman, Dana Ashbrook, Sherilyn Fenn, the music, the end credits. Love this show. It is on every day now on British TV so I get my daily fix... albeit a little later than regualr folk

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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Speaking of which, sorry but I'm a geek and patting myself on the back for getting out of a mistake


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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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Speaking of which, sorry but I'm a geek and patting myself on the back for getting out of a mistake

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"I've heard it both ways" is a common phrase in our household. Often sung.

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Speaking of which, sorry but I'm a geek and patting myself on the back for getting out of a mistake

:lol:

"I've heard it both ways" is a common phrase in our household. Often sung.

Oh that was good Dawson! :lol:

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Odd Todd wrote:
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Speaking of which, sorry but I'm a geek and patting myself on the back for getting out of a mistake

:lol:

"I've heard it both ways" is a common phrase in our household. Often sung.

Oh that was good Dawson! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Psych
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Speaking of which, sorry but I'm a geek and patting myself on the back for getting out of a mistake

:lol:

"I've heard it both ways" is a common phrase in our household. Often sung.

Oh that was good Dawson! :lol:

:green: :lol:

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Still catching up. At the end of season6 now. They just mentioned Summer School, Ski School, and Dean Cameron. I'm starting to get scared that Shawn knows my early blockbuster rental history

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