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PSYCH ''Not Even Close...Encounters'' Season 5 Episode 3 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of upcoming episode of PSYCH Not Even Close...Encounters Season 5 Episode 3 which airs on Wednesday July 28, 2010 at 10pm on USA Network. Episode Synopsis: Not Even Close...Encounters Season 5 Episode 3 - Shawn and Gus get themselves hired onto the case when an unstable lawyer claims his assistant was abducted by aliens. Freddie Prinze Jr. guest stars. Source & Preview

'Psych': Dule Hill answers your questions, Part 2

We have been slacking a little bit this year, so I do apologize on behalf of all of us here at Psych. But they are coming, Dule Hill says, when asked what 80s songs we can expect performed in Psych-Outs this season. So far, they've filmed one, with upcoming guest star Curt Smith from Tears for Fears. Songs that may make the cut: Maybe Total Eclipse of the Heart. Maybe We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off  by Jermaine Stewart. Maybe. Maybe is always the key word. Here, Hill answers more questions from EW readers (and reveals that he auditioned for Cop Rock). To Read More Click Here .

'Psych': Dule Hill answers your questions, Part 1

I spent the last six hours being duct-taped to James Roday and laying on asphalt. So that shows how my morning's been going, Dule Hill says, laughing and apologizing for phoning EW a few minutes late on a recent lunch break. But it's all good. We have a good time. Hill is definitely not complaining, not after getting to tap dance in tonight's episode (USA, 10 p.m. ET) with his good friend Jason Samuels Smith, another vet of Broadway's Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk. Gus (Hill) and Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) somehow end up in the same tap class, taught by Smith, and team up to solve a crime together before their dance recital. Tim was good for what he needed to do. Gus turns out to be pretty fabulous, if I must say so myself, Hill says. I've always wanted to get to dance on the air, to find the right way to work tap into this show, but it's not always easy. So I'm thankful that the producers and the writing staff came together to make it happen. There's so many wonderful tap dancers out there that just don't have the avenue for the light to be shown on them and for the public to know who they are, so I was glad to be able to have Jason come out so people could see the genius that he is. And then, of course, I got my Jamaican roots, he adds, so we got to touch into that a little bit, and Jason and I end up dancing to the Nas-Damian Marley song As We Enter. To Read More Click Here .

Catch Highlights From USA Network's Comic Con Panel For a Chance to Win Fan Prizes!

Can't go to Comic Con today (or just don't have the energy to elbow your way through frantic crowds)? Don't fret -- we at SideReel have your back! USA Network 's panel is today , beginning at 1pm (PSD) with Burn Notice , followed by the White Collar panel at 2:15, and finishing up with Psych at 3:30, and at the link below you can get access to live social highlights from all 3! Fans will also have a chance to win exclusive Comic Con premiums from each show, so be sure to stay tuned for a chance to win, and the scoop on your favorite USA Network shows! Live Feed

'Psych': Dule Hill talks about the series' future, new episodes

Now in season 5, "Psych" is one of USA's most established shows. But with so much love falling on the boys of "Burn Notice," "Royal Pains" and "White Collar," fans wonder how much longer the series will stick around. Star James Roday and creator Steve Franks don't see an end in sight. Dule Hill, on the other hand, wonders about the end-game. "As long as the fans are tuning in, then USA will keep picking us up," the actor tells Fancast. And just because the show keeps going, doesn't necessarily mean Hill will always be along for the ride. "I would say after season 5, I would say in the next two seasons, you might see Gus go bye-bye," he says. "Two or three seasons at the most, I'd be surprised if it got to three but who knows." Could there even be a "Psych" without the repartee between Hill and Roday? It's not a pretty thought. But at least it's one we don't have to worry about for a while. "Psych" is only one episode in to the new season. And those disappointed that Hill didn't get much love on the July 14 premiere can take comfort knowing that's not the case when the theater-trained actor shows off his dancing skills on July 21. Gus and Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) both sign up for tap classes in "Feet Don't Kill Me Now," meaning dancing will somehow be required in catching the killer of the week. Source Here

TV Tonight: What's On Wednesday 7/21

Season 5 of Psych continues tonight on USA Network , and the competition chugs along on So You Think You Can Dance -- only one girl left! And don't forget to see who wins this week's Power of Veto on Big Brother 12 ! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c So You Think You Can Dance on Fox Big Brother 12 on CBS Minute to Win It on NBC 9/8c America's Got Talent on NBC Degrassi A The Next Generation on CTV Top Chef on Bravo 10/9c Psych on USA Network Real World: New Orleans on MTV Work of Art on Bravo

PSYCH ''Feet Don't Kill Me Now'' Season 5 Episode 2 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of upcoming episode of PSYCH Feet Don't Kill Me Now Season 5 Episode 2 which airs on Wednesday July 21, 2010 at 10pm on USA Network. Episode Synopsis: When a woman is found dead with a bottle of pills that are lab trial samples, Lassiter and Gus, who are taking the same tap class, team up to dance their way to catching a murderer. Source & Preview

Psych Gets Physical

The USA Network hit is known for the witty repartee between fake psychic Shawn (James Roday) and his trusty partner Gus (Dulé Hill). But the comic highlights of the Season 5 premiere, in which the duo got mixed up in a Romeo & Juliet-style dispute between warring Chinese triad gangs, were the fall-down-funny fight scenes. Most of them involved Shawn getting his (wise)-ass kicked, and Roday - no doubt assisted by a stunt double - pulled them off with aplomb. Roday has been doing yeoman's work with little recognition since Psych's pilot. With Monk's Tony Shalhoub surrendering his annual position in the best comedy actor Emmy race after this year, perhaps his USA comrade will finally be nominated next year. That would truly get us Psych-ed. Did Psych's season premiere knock you out? Source Here

TV Tonight: What's On Wednesday 7/14

Tonight, the first Big Brother contestant is cast off (with the help of this season's evil new Saboteur), and another Top Chef competitor packs their knives and, well, goes. Also, don't forget the season 5 premiere of Psych ! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Big Brother on CBS Minute to Win It on NBC So You Think You Can Dance on Fox 9/8c America's Got Talent on NBC Top Chef on Bravo 10/9c Hot in Cleveland on TV Land Psych on USA Network -- season premiere! Real World: New Orleans on MTV Work of Art on Bravo

James Roday Talks 'Psych' Season Five, the Evolution of Gus and the Yin Yang Killer

This is a big week for USA Network. In addition to the premieres of 'White Collar' and 'Covert Affairs' on Tuesday, and new episodes of 'Burn Notice' and 'Royal Pains' on Thursday, the granddaddy of USA's original series, 'Psych,' returns for its fifth season tonight at 10PM ET. Yes, after living under the shadow of 'Monk' for the last four seasons, 'Psych' is now the big man on campus. And that puts James Roday -- who's a writer and producer on the series in addtion to starring as fake psychic Shawn Spencer -- in an interesting position. It'll be a challenge to make the show even better than it has been. In an interview with TV Squad, Roday talks about the upcoming season, Gus's continuing evolution and what's going on with the Yin Yang Killer. Warning: Spoilers ahead To Read More Click Here .