PSYCH Finally Gets Vampire Episode Tonight

It’s hard to believe how long ago it was that I first interviewed James Roday, and even then he was hinting at wanting to do a vampire episode. It’s finally here, and tonight’s “This Episode Sucks,” is everything PSYCH-O’s could hope for.

Tonight at 10pm on USA, not only do you get a vampire episode, which is cool enough on its own, but the episode features guest appearances by “retro vampires” Kristy Swanson and Corey Feldman.

What’s more, you get some interesting spins on the PSYCH world in this episode that was written and directed by Roday, and perhaps the most interesting is Lassie going along with the vampire theory.

As if that weren’t enough, James Roday will be chatting live during the east coast broadcast, and you can jump in and ask him questions.

This is a great episode, and you don’t want to miss a single second, because the intro itself is brilliant. Lassie finds himself a love interest while trying to blow off some steam at a bar, only to be abandoned. When a body turns up the next morning with telltale marks on the neck, and drained of blood, Lassie recognizes a certain necklace, and now our team will have to visit some very interesting places to follow the leads.

Of course, Shawn and Gus jump into this one full force, and once over the shock of Lassie agreeing with them, they pull out all the stops.

Check out the previews below, along with some images, and don’t forget to Check In with GetGlue for an exclusive sticker.

By the way, you can catch up online if you missed the first two episodes.

 

 

 

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Marc Eastman
Marc Eastman is the owner and operator of Are You Screening? and has been writing film reviews for over a decade, and several branches of the internet's film review world have seen his name. He is also a member of The Broadcast Film Critics Association and The Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

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