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With the conclusion tonight of its acclaimed eight-year run, Steve Franks’s procedural dramedy Psych got as long a life as a strange, fun hybrid show without a major star could expect.
The way the relationship between Shawn and Gus drove the show was never more evident than in the final season, as the show struggled with wrapping up Gus's storyline; he'd always been somebody who wanted to settle down and have a "normal" life, but Season Eight was a journey of realization that he was better off with Shawn than he would have been on his own.
The Romance Sure, they had the typical "will they or won't they" trope -- but they did so without ever really allowing the non-relationship to detract from the central plot.
I’ve never seen the show, but I’ve spoken to enough people now who say they’ve found their sea legs and they’re doing their own thing, and there’s certainly enough of a difference now.
Arrested Development In most sitcoms, you watch and eventually you start to be frustrated by the never-ending loop of arrested development that the characters find themselves in.
Somehow, Psych made Shawn's continuing failure to grow an endearing trait and only really ever treated it as a problem when they had a story they wanted to tell with it.
I know I'd be bummed if the team couldn't find a way to work in Corbin Bernsen as Shawn's dad.
The entire cast found the right balance between drama and humor to instill a real sense of heart to the series, and it's hard to imagine any version of the show with any of them absent.