Timothy Omundson

The Best Short Films

Why Watch? It’s a shrewd move that director Alex Albrecht from “The Totally Rad Show” (a person that I, in the interest of full disclosure, am friendly acquaintances with) chose to create an atmospheric character study instead of an all-out action blitz for VOLTRON: The End which, yes, features a pilot stuck inside a Battle Lion. That man also happens to be played by Psych‘s Timothy Omundson (Lassie!). What could have been an overt outpouring of fan knowledge and callbacks to the show is, instead, a smart emotional journey with an outrageous beard and a hell of a last second reveal that’s only injured by the movie’s title. Seriously. It’s great for getting the word out, but how cool would it have been to watch a solid sci-fi piece only to have that giant familiar face hit you near the end? That aside, it’s a sharply written, nicely crafted fan film that deserves a bit of notice. What will it cost? Only 4 minutes. Skip Work. You’ve Got Time For More Short Films.

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Psych: Season 5, Episode 1

The daughter of a Chinese triad leader has been kidnapped in broad daylight, and he seeks the help of the Santa Barbara police. However, with Henry in his new position as consultant, he’s case-blocking Shawn and Gus from getting hired (partly because he doesn’t want Shawn messed up with Chinese gangsters). Of course, that doesn’t stop the pair from looking into the kidnapping. Meanwhile, after almost being killed by Mr. Yang in the season finale last year, Juliet is parked behind a desk at City Hall, afraid to step back into her dangerous job.

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Psych

A recap of the past two episodes of Psych: “Shawn Gets the Yips” and “Bollywood Homicide.”

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Psych

A recap of the past two episodes of Psych: “High Noonish” and “The Devil Is In the Details… and in the Upstairs Bedroom.”

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Psych

Shawn and Gus crash a search party for a missing billionaire whose plane went down in the California woods. Shawn uses his fake psychic intuition (and a super-secret map) to find the plane. Inside, the billionaire asks him to find his killers.

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Psych

Shawn and Gus are approached by Jason Cunningham, a childhood camp-mate who is planning on re-opening Camp Tikihama, where they spend their summers as kids.

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Psych

While playing putt-putt in the SBPD halls, Shawn and Gus stumble across a new case in which Lyin’ Ryan (Jonathan Silverman), a compulsive liar and nuisance to the police, has been brought in on murder charges.

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Psych

When the SBPD finds a severed foot along a hiking trail, they call in Shawn and Gus to find the rest of the body. Through non-psychic shenanigans, they figure out the foot belonged to a field goal kicker for the local pro football team, the Thunderbirds.

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Psych

A series of arsons in the Santa Barbara area put the police and fire department on alert. When Shawn and Gus find their way into a crime scene, they discover a body hidden in the walls, and a homicide investigation begins.

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Psych

Lassie is on the hook for murder, and it’s up to Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) to prove his innocence.

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Psych

Shabby the Sea Lion, a beloved Santa Barbara marine hero, has been found dead after being released into the wild. Shawn and Gus start an investigation, and they discover that Shabby has been murdered!

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Control Freaks: TV Reviews with Attitude

Gus makes a routine stop at the bank for his weekly deposit, leaving Shawn in the car. While Gus is inside, a bank robber draws a gun and takes the entire building hostage.

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