I love absurdly silly things. One of which has returned while the other peaked my attention.
Psych is back! The way things were left off last season, Shawn’s dad, Henry (Corbin Bernsen), gets shot by a former cop who he thought was a friend. You’d think that would make the show’s return serious. Well, the situation definitely is dire and it made Shawn (James Roday) more erratic but still very, very funny.
Gus (Dulé Hill) still craved all things food. It didn’t matter if their lives were on the line. They directed the Bomb Mobile Diffusive Unit or as Shawn calls it, Johnny-Five from Short Circuit, to the plate of nachos rather than the bomb.
Woody (Kurt Fuller) went around carrying body bags thinking that the boys and even Henry would not make it.
And Shawn decides to go undercover by wearing a beard but Gus refuses to let him go alone. He only has one beard. What to do? Cut the beard in half. Ha.
I love that this show makes references to old cult classics and other entertainment references and Shawn and Gus’ bromance is what makes me keep coming back. Also leading up to the premiere, they decided to air 6 hours of Psych back to back in the middle of the night as part of their first Psych Slumber Party marathon. You’d think watching episodes I’ve already seen would be boring but the episodes were so good that it was nice to see again. I hope they do it again.
I never really been into Teen Top. However, I saw their music video after this week’s Kim Byung Man’s Laws of the Jungle and it makes me want to give their new album a try. The song, “긴 생머리 그녀 (Miss Right) (She with the long, straight hair (Miss Right))”, sounds like they’re taking some inspiration from Big Bang. But the music video looks silly and fun. The whole jail concept doesn’t really make sense to me but okay I’ll go along with it. Perhaps one day, they’ll make it to one of my playlist posts.