Psych: Season 2 (2007 - 2008)

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Air date: Jul 13, 2007
2
Air date: Jul 20, 2007
3
Air date: Jul 27, 2007
4
Air date: Aug 3, 2007
5
Air date: Aug 10, 2007
6
Air date: Aug 17, 2007
7
Air date: Aug 24, 2007
8
Air date: Sep 7, 2007
9
Air date: Sep 14, 2007
10
Air date: Dec 7, 2007
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In the second season of Steve Frank's crime-solving comedy, fake psychic Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and Burton "Gus" Guster (Dulé Hill) are up to their usual investigative antics while they also confront a few personal challenges. Shawn keeps up his psychic ruse as he tackles cases using the acute observational skills his dad Henry (Corbin Bernsen) taught him as a kid, but his scheme is threatened early in the season when a psychic (Bianca Kajlich) working for the Feds becomes determined to proves he's a fake. Gus has several personal crises as he tries to impress his uncle (John Amos) by pretending he's the one with psychic abilities, sets out to clear his parents' names in a murder case, and confronts a woman (Kerry Washington) from his past. Henry continues to disapprove of his son's behavior, but he finds himself drawn into several of Shawn's cases, offering advice and new perspectives, and even goes undercover in a retirement home in one instance. Shawn also has a tenuous working relationship with Det. Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson), who looks down on Shawn's methods but nevertheless begins working more cooperatively with him, especially after Shawn goes out on a limb to investigate crimes with a personal connection to Lassiter. Det. Juliet O'Hara (Maggie Lawson), meanwhile, takes steps to advance her career by taking the lead on cases, but it's not always a smooth path. Interim chief Karen Vick (Kirsten Nelson) has her career on her mind as well as she strives for a more permanent position in the department while also navigating her role as a new mom. Notable guest stars in Season 2 include Ernie Hudson and Phylicia Rashad as Gus' parents; Gina Gershon, Tim Curry and Cristián de la Fuente in an "American Idol" spoof; Lou Diamond Phillips as a federal agent; and Kevin Sorbo as a bounty hunter.

Cast

James Roday
as Shawn Spencer
Dulé Hill
as Burton `Gus' Guster
Corbin Bernsen
as Henry Spencer
Timothy Omundson
as Carlton Lassiter
Maggie Lawson
as Juliet O'Hara
Kirsten Nelson
as Chief Karen Vick
Liam James
as Young Shawn
Kevin Sorbo
as Byrd Tatums
Lou Diamond Phillips
as Special Agent Ewing
Tim Curry
as Nigel St. Nigel
Gina Gershon
as Emilina Saffron
Bianca Kajlich
as Lindsay Liekin
Melanie Lynskey
as Emily Bloom
Pamela Perry
as Mildred
Peter Kelamis
as Principal Petlic
Juan Carlos Velis
as Checkout Guy
David Coles
as Jonny G.
Scott Nicholas Perrie
as Bevin Rennie Llywellen
Tim Henry
as Farmer Walker
Mike Matilda
as Juan Carlos
Peter Benson
as Lester Beacon
Barry Levy
as Doug Devette
Jonathan Holmes
as Hotel Clerk
Jy Hariss
as Bling It On Worker
David Purvis
as Franzen
C. Ernst Harth
as Security Guy
Alberto Ghisi
as Young Jimmy
Richard Ardut
as Rance Cade
Jilon Ghai
as Hassenfeffer
Ben Cotton
as Chance Cade
Derek Verteeg
as Grabinski
Jessica Olafson
as Tall Blonde Woman
Cory Sevier
as Bryan Frou
Scott McGillivray
as Prison Guard
Leonard Tenisci
as Principal Hodges
Alison MacKay
as Singer No. 1
Wanda Wilkinson
as Miss Lepky
Colin Foo
as Fruit Stand Vendor
Ryan Steele
as Spa Assistant
Randy McPhee
as Suspect
Viv Leacock
as Officer
Careena Lohvinenko
as Singer No. 3
Ian Rozylo
as Doorman
Karmon Lohvinenko
as Singer No. 4
Kristie Marsden
as Student No. 1
Fiona Vroom
as Samantha
Jay-Nicolas Hackleman
as Student No. 2
Mihn Ly
as Singer No. 5
Alex Chu
as Singer No. 6
Mark Gash
as Restaurant Manager
Sarah Penikett
as Girl No. 1 in Car
Kenyan Lewis
as Singer No. 7
Lilian Umurungi
as Singer No. 8
Stephanie Penikett
as Girl No. 2 in Car
Jovanna Huguet
as Singer No. 9
Michael Coleman
as Student No. 3
Grace Baek
as Singer No. 10
Shay Kuebler
as Dancer No. 1
Kyle Vicente
as Dancer No. 2
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Critic Reviews for Psych Season 2

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

We're glad to see Psych back, even for one week and bring us a few laughs.

Jul 31, 2018 | Rating: 8.2/10 | Full Review…

All in all, this was a fitting end to the second season of PSYCH.

Apr 16, 2018 | Rating: 8.5/10 | Full Review…

There are definitely quite a few laugh out loud moments and a good murder mystery to enjoy.

Apr 9, 2018 | Full Review…

Monk's pleasures are of a more subtle variety, yet the sight of Silverman's character embracing Monk in a "clue hug" is, as so much on this veteran hit, pleasantly amusing.

Jul 31, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

With the guest cast, the series knocks it out of the park.

Apr 16, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Psych: Season 2

Perhaps the best year of the show, season 2 majorly improves upon everything that made the show intriguing in the first season with better writing, smarter cases, and an even better chemistry with a fantastic main cast that provides some of the best and cleanest comedy on TV.

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