“Psych: The Musical” premiered Sunday (Dec. 15) on USA and it packed everything a viewer could want into two hours — action, adventure, murder, unrequited love, fight scenes, musical references and, of course, a pineapple.
All your “Psych” faves were on hand to lend their singing and dancing talent and we thought the best way to honor their efforts was in GIF form. So enjoy re-living the musical episode below.
But first, here are our favorite lines of the night:
Shawn: “I’d come clean if I only could. But I can’t.”
Gus: “You mean you won’t.”
Shawn: “It’s the same.”
Gus: “Not even close.”
Shawn: “Just don’t ask.”
Gus: “I didn’t ask.”
Shawn: “It was implied.”
Gus: “Define ‘implied.'”
Shawn: “Gus, don’t be the very model of a modern major general.”
Yang: “Shawn, I say this from my heart when I tell you I’m so glad I did not detonate your mother.”
Lassiter: “You two hit the theater, I’ll take Mr. T and Crackerjacks back to the looney bin.”
Audra: “Do you have a sec?”
Armitage: “Of course, Janet.”
Lassiter: “Strode, she’s a killer.”
Woody: “Agree to agree.”
Shawn: “I’m Shawn Spencer and this is my partner, Gigi Van Tran.”
Shawn: “She did kill her father for me, don’t you forget that.”
Henry: “You have some sick relationships, kid.”
Shawn: “I lost a lot of oxygen because of you. And the only criminally insane friend I ever had.”
And now, we present the “Psych: The Musical” GIFs.
The best part about this scene is that while Shawn is singing, Gus is having a “Beat It” knife fight in the background.
No song-and-dance numbers for Henry.
Lassiter gets in on the fun — “A trained observer misses nothing.”
More dancing Gus. Yang did say she wanted a show.
“There’s no alternative. I’m just going to have to break it. Down.”
“If it wasn’t for my over-developed lats, I’d be in a sling right now.”
“Oh, I try to tell people, but they stop listening once you’re labeled.”
“You don’t even know you were followed here!”
“But you’ll try?” “Sure.” Something tells us Yang is not getting her ticket punched for heaven.
“We gonna party like it’s 1888!”
“Ripper, leave them prostitutes alone!”