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PSYCH 6×11 Heeeeere’s Lassie in the West End on Global TV

It was Timothy Omundson’s turn to shiiine tonight in a The Shining-themed season six episode called Heeeeere’s Lassie on Global TV. His normally buttoned-down Santa Barbara police detective Carlton “Lassie” Lassiter goes psycho after buying a condominium in the Prospect Gardens apartments, a place he comes to believe is haunted. And that forces this skeptic to hire the services of  James Roday’s psychic detective Shawn Spencer and his BFF, Dule Hill’s Burton “Gus” Guster, who come dressed as ghost busters.

James Roday directed this episode with a lot of horror film sight gags, like a pregnant woman named Rosemary (Rosemary’s Baby) and the twin old ladies, boy on a toy bicycle, chandelier dripping with blood, labyrinth in the basement and a dishevelled Lassie chasing Gus through it (The Shining). Here’s Omundson below looking very Jack Nicholson emerging from the building after filming. And this is what he tweeted after wrapping the episode last summer:  “Just got in from a Looooong day at work. Well…5 of them to be exact. Gonna clean my gun, press my bullet proof vest and hit the rack.”

It turns out red-headed Sara Rue’s character Amy is actually the person driving the men mad with psychotropic drugs. Shawn and Gus chase her to the roof of the building, where her stunt double lands in the awning. Case solved.

The real-life West End apartment building which played Prospect Gardens used the money to buy a new boiler.

2 thoughts on “PSYCH 6×11 Heeeeere’s Lassie in the West End on Global TV”

  1. That was about my favorite episode! They sure know how to have fun. Wondering if Corbin B. is going to be on at all next season – he seems to not be there with them filming.

  2. I am kind of surprised no one bothered to list all the references made in this episode. I’ll start with a moderately hard one:

    prior tennant named Ray Brower.. the dead kid in Stephen King’s The Body (the film was Stand By Me)

    Shining Theme music in laundry

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