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'Psych' - 'Shawn and Gus Truck Things Up' first look poster and teasers

"Psych" only has four episodes left in its eight-season run and for this week's episode, Zap2it has a special exclusive sneak peek at the poster for "Shawn and Gus Truck Things Up."We can also tease for you that not only is the case of week hilarious but when Marlowe (Kristy Swanson) goes into labor, you might never laugh harder at this show, "Psych"-Os. We can also tease food trucks like "It's Hard Out There for a Shrimp" and "In the Vegan-ing."Plus, there's a taco massage. Oh yeah. Watch a preview below. "Psych" airs Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on USA.... //

'1967: A Psych Odyssey' GIFs and Chief Vick's return

Star Kirsten Nelson told Zap2it in a pre-show interview that "1967: A Psych Odyssey" is really the show's goodbye episode, with not many dry eyes on set when they filmed Lassiter and Juliet's final scene. We could not agree more -- pass the tissues, please, we're still crying.But never fear, "Psych"-Os. This is not the last you've seen of Chief Vick or Juliet. "Chief Vick is no longer the chief of the Santa Barbara Police Department," says Nelson. "But we all get a little appearance later. You'll see the chief again. I will be back, in a different form and a different time. But yes, the chief will be back."With that bit of good news, let's relish in the best lines and GIFs from the episode.Best Lines:Henry: "I wasn't on the force in '67. How old do you all think I am?"Shawn: "It's time to throw on our love beads, grow out our treasure trails,... //

Kirsten Nelson: '1967: A Psych Odyssey' is 'the goodbye episode'

As its final run of episodes starts, "Psych" is time-traveling for "1967: A Psych Odyssey," which sees the gang solving a decades-old murder, all the while dealing with some very big changes for the SBPD family.For star Kirsten Nelson, it was an episode filled with many emotions because not only is Chief Vick leaving and the show coming to an end, but it was also her directorial debut."When they offered me this episode, I was really excited. ... Then I got the script and my heart melted. It was such an emotional one," Nelson tells Zap2it, "but I was so honored that we kept it in the family to direct this pivotal episode. It definitely requires the touch of somebody who's been there for eight years to really, really understand what was exactly happening."This episode, there's so many new beginnings, but it's the goodbye episode," she continues. "There's a lot of stuff that happens with... //

Psych Season 8 Episode 7 “Shawn and Gus Truck…”

Psych  “Shawn and Gus Truck…” Season 8 episode 7 airs Wednesday, March 5 on USA Network at 9pm. Episode Synopsis:  Psych Season 8 Episode 7 “Shawn and Gus Truck…”- Shawn and Gus are bummed to find out the owner of their favorite food truck has been murdered. The two of them go undercover to learn the food truck ropes and find out who the killer is. While working on the case, Marlowe visits them to cure a pregnancy craving and goes into labor at the most inconvenient time. Read More... //

'Psych's' Kirsten Nelson reminices about 'The West Wing' and the late Kathryn Joosten

Zap2it spoke with "Psych" actress Kirsten Nelson in preparation for her directorial debut on Wednesday's (Feb. 26) episode of the USA comedy. An interview about that process and the end of "Psych" is coming later in the week, but one of the other topics we touched on was her memorable guest-starring role on "The West Wing."In the Season 2 finale of NBC's political drama, titled "Two Cathedrals," Nelson played the younger version of Mrs. Landingham, secretary to President Bartlet who in present-day had just been killed in a car accident. Nelson tells Zap2it that it was actually due to Kathryn Joosten, the actress who played present-day Mrs. Landingham and who passed away herself in 2012, that she auditioned for the role. "That is still one of the roles that's closest to my heart. I knew Kathy Joosten, we worked together on a very short-lived series called 'Thanks' for CBS," says Nelson. "I ran into her... //

Psych Season 8 Episode 6 “1967: A Psych Odyssey”

Psych  “1967: A Psych Odyssey” Season 8 episode 6 airs Wednesday, February 26 on USA Network at 9pm. Episode Synopsis:  Psych Season 8 Episode 6 “1967: A Psych Odyssey”- Lassiter is determined to be appointed Chief of Police, so he sets out to prove himself worthy of the job by solving the murder of the Mayor’s beloved uncle, Archie Baxter, who was killed back in the 60s but the case was never solved. Meanwhile, Juliet receives some news that tests her relationship with Shawn. Read More... //

'Psych': Final 5 episodes spoilers, plus a fun Olympics promo from Dule Hill and James Roday

Check out this fun "Psych" promo, airing exclusively at Zap2it now and set to begin running next week on USA. Everyone's favorite psychic detectives are on hiatus during the 2014 Winter Olympics, but return with all-new episodes on Wednesday, Feb. 26, when the show starts its run towards the series finale.We can tease a few things for you when the show returns:In "1967: A Psych Odyssey," look for some really fun flashbacks to a case from the titular year that feature all your favorite SBPD faces as characters from the past. Our particular favorite is Gus as "cocoa crooner" Miles Velour. He's the smoothest."1967" also puts some major changes in motion for the "Psych" gang. There's a scene near the end that will get your waterworks going, so have some tissues handy."Shawn and Gus Truck Things Up" is back to light-hearted hijinks involving the local food truck scene. There are, however, two momentous events... //

'Psych's' Dule Hill: Actor, tap dancer, endorsed by Aaron Sorkin

Zap2it: You're back on Broadway in "After Midnight." What's that been like?Dule Hill: After "Bring in Da Funk," I didn't want to do another musical unless it affected me in that same way, and "After Midnight" does that. I love dancing. I started out as a tap-dancer, and any opportunity that has to do with it is a blast.Zap2it: Most people know you as an actor, not a tap-dancer. Was that your intention?Dule Hill: When I left Norfolk (Va.) and went to L.A., everyone knew me as a tap-dancer, and I was trying to establish myself as an actor. Aaron Sorkin said, "If more dancers acted like Dule, we need to hire more dancers." It's like a full circle thing.Zap2it: You had some pretty impressive dance mentors. Who in particular helped mold you?Dule Hill: Gregory Hines was one of my major mentors. I pretty much modeled my career after Gregory and Harold Nicholas. I miss... //

‘Psych’ Vet Maggie Lawson to Star in CBS Comedy Pilot ‘Save the Date’

Maggie Lawson has a “Date” with CBS. The “Psych” and “Back in the Game” actress has been cast to star in the CBS comedy pilot “Save the Date,” from writers and executive producers Jackie and Jeff Filgo (“That ’70s Show”).   Read More... //

'Psych' - 'Cog Blocked' GIFs: An ode to Burton Guster

If you hadn't heard, this is "Psych's" final season (we know, we're upset too), but it's going out with a bang. There is nary a misstep between now and the series finale on March 26. Wednesday's (Feb. 5) episode starts the countdown to the end off right, with Dulé Hill's magnum opus as Burton Guster. When John Russell, a man living a carbon-copy of Gus' life, dies in an apparent suicide, Gus is bound and determined to prove that he (Gus Russ) didn't kill himself. It was a ton of fun watching Gus be the head detective for once, since nobody believes him that Russell was actually murdered. There's also the introduction of Emanuelle (Kali Hawk), a private detective and love interest for Gus. Here's hoping we haven't seen the last of her. It was also awesome to see Gus throw off the shackles of Central Coast Pharmaceuticals after all these years. You deserve a... //