'Psych' season finale: 'Mr. Yin Presents'... a tired Hitchcock parody? Season 4, Episode 16


Psych wrapped up its fourth season last night, and I swear, Psych fans, I did give this season a fresh look and another try. Much as I tried to muster enthusiasm, I have to say: This was one cheesy season send-off.


The hour was built around a gimmick - someone (supposedly the mysterious 'Mr. Yin') was committing crimes that contained homages to Alfred Hitchcock films. I guess we were supposed to think this choice of director wasn't random because of a flashback early on, that showed a young Shawn sneaking off to a movie house featuring a Hitchcock festival. And I'll give the show points for structuring one murder as a salute to a minor Hitchcock, Frenzy.


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Mar 11, 2010 7:38PM EST

I really liked this episode. It had great moments between characters, especially at the end, and also left us with something to think about until the final episode of the Yin-Yang trilogy comes along - likely next season's finale.

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