It has been six years since Psych went off the air and three years since the launch of Psych: The Film, however in Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, it feels as if no time has handed for our heroes, Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and Burton “Gus” Guster (Dulé Hill). This time round, they’re out to assist their pal Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) as he recovers from each a taking pictures and a stroke at the Herschel Home Hospital. It is price noting that the storyline involving Lassiter’s restoration mirrors Omundson’s personal restoration from the stroke he had in April 2017, which led to his diminished position in Psych: The Film.
Whereas Shawn and Gus sneak round Santa Barbara attempting to unravel Lassiter’s case, their vital others, Juliet O’Hara (Maggie Lawson) and Selene (performed by Hill’s real-life spouse Jazmyn Simon), do some sneaking round of their very own; Juliet tries to seek out the lacking bullet from Lassiter’s case and Selene tries to seek out out if Gus is dishonest on her with Lassiter’s nurse, Dolores (Sarah Chalke). In fact, neither group does it with out enlisting assist; Shawn and Gus get some help from Shawn’s dad, Henry (Corbin Bernsen), and Juliet will get assist from Chief Vick (Kirsten Nelson).
The film is full of all the references, nicknames, and ridiculous antics you’d anticipate in a follow-up Psych film. It is also the excellent tribute to Omundson, whom it was good to see return as the Lassiter folks know and love. That being mentioned, nothing in the film goes as deliberate for the investigative duo and whereas Lassiter is anxious he could also be seeing issues — together with the ghost of his father (performed by Omundson’s friend Joel McHale) — Shawn and Gus run into a couple of previous mates alongside the means. Maintain studying to see simply who these acquainted faces are and what position they play in Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, which is now streaming on Peacock.