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Psych: Predict and Serve

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Psych cast members James Roday and Dulé Hill discuss the hit USA show, about a fake psychic detective. 

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Dule Hill and James Roday
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Comments [7]

michael hogan from brooklyn, ny

as an everyday listener, i was thrilled to find out that this show featured one of my favorite actors, and james and dule'. i really hope that simon lehrer keeps trodding the boards for years.
thanks for having all of them on.

michael hogan

Oct. 12 2011 02:19 AM
ileen from uws

Was this the Brian Lehrer Show premiere for Simon Lehrer? He acquitted himself very well & his enthusiasm for the show was apparent. The boy's got good taste!

Oct. 11 2011 04:05 PM
Lin from NYC

Surprised you did not mention Columbo which preceded Monk---love both. ( Monk is
being shown as reruns on channels 3 and 9.)

Oct. 11 2011 12:11 PM
Carol

Martin Sheen (Ramón Gerardo Antonio Estévez) is Emilo Estevez's father. Not the same person.

Oct. 11 2011 11:58 AM
john from office

Martin Sheen is Emilo Estevez, a white latino does better with an Irish or anglo name.

Brian some hispanics are actually white, what a shock!!

Oct. 11 2011 11:53 AM
Amy from Manhattan

So is "The Mentalist" the network version (or a ripoff?) of "Psych"?

And shouldn't that be "Briancito"?

Oct. 11 2011 11:49 AM
Mariah from Jersey Shore

My 20 minute commute took me 55 minutes today, but seeing that James and Dule are on the show wipes all that road rage away. I love Psych!
My question is how much of the numerous pop culture references are from the writers and how many are from the actors? What is the level of improv on the show?

Oct. 11 2011 11:22 AM

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