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'Psych's 100th episode to feature ending picked by viewers in real time

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USA's Psych is preparing for its 100th episode and like any series that has the fortune of making it that far, the cast and crew realize that it would have never been possible with the loyal support and dedication shown by their fan base.

Therefore, in a tip of the cap to those people, the comedy series is going to ask for their help.

On March 27 at 10 p.m., the show's 100th episode will air, titled "100 Clues." The episode, inspired by the classic board game Clue, will let viewers decide the show's ending with an interactive vote that occurs concurrent to the show's airing. Pretty neat idea and a nice way to let the viewers be involved.

The episode will find Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) participating in a mystery party thrown by Billy Lipps, the rock star the duo had arrested five years earlier for murder. A crime is committed and five suspects emerge.

Guest stars for the episode include Christopher Lloyd, Lesley Ann Warren, Martin Mull, Curt Smith and Garrett Morris.

Fans will be voting on Twitter and on Psych's website to decide who was guilty. The character with the most votes will be the culprit.

I am not a Psych watcher, but I think I will tune in for this. It sounds like a lot of fun.

 

 


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Show:
- Psych
Network:
- USA Network

Written by: Hamatosan
Mar 13th, 2013, 10:02 am

Images courtesy of USA

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