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  • Actors: James Roday, Dulé Hill, Timothy Omundson, Corbin Bernsen, Maggie Lawson
  • Writers: Steve Franks
  • Format: AC-3, Box set, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Jan. 15 2013
  • Run Time: 704 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003L77H1E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,816 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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He’s got an eye for details and a knack for saying the wrong thing… Fortunately for impulsive fake “psychic detective” Shawn Spencer (James Roday), his best friend, Burton “Gus” Guster (Dulé Hill), is there to make sense of it all in 16 peculiar and witty Season Five episodes of Psych. Based out of their quirky PI office, the unlikely duo are “psyched” this season to consult on some of the most bizarre police cases to date: from infiltrating a ring of street thugs to ghost hunting to advocating for a polar bear. But, will rival profilers and old enemies put a stop to their rogue investigative style? Be there for all the mysterious mayhem and pineapple-hunting fun in the series that keeps audiences following the clues from one season to the next.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Aug. 25 2011
Format: DVD
We've been with fake psychic Shawn Spencer and his long-suffering buddy Burton Guster for five years, but this hilarious mystery-comedy shows no signs of slowing down. "Psych Season 5" has some new additions to the plot -- mainly in Shawn's love life -- but most of the time it's the usual whirl of bizarre crimes and quirky solutions.

Ever since Henry was put in charge of police consultants, work has been scarce. So Shawn (James Roday) elbows his way into the case of a Chinese diplomat's missing daughter... and ends up mired in the Triads, martial-arts, and a very unusual romance. And that was actually the NORMAL case.

As the season goes on, Shawn and Gus must deal with alien abductions, a professional profiler, a gang of prison escapees, partner-swapping, gigolo deaths, a pair of retired cops, a spy who's been framed, a dead body in a haunted house, an art thief determined to do one last job, a framed polar bear, and a stint at the police academy. Finally, Shawn and Gus do battle with Mr. Yin one last time, over the life of a college student -- and see his true face.

Best parts of the season: the boys take a trip to "Dual Spires" (Twin Peaks in all but name); and after Shawn botches an important case, he has a "It's a Wonderful Life" experience where a grouchy Tony Cox shows him what Santa Barbara would be like if he hadn't returned.

It's entirely possibly that "Psych Season 5" is, if not the best season so far, then certainly one of the best. Fortunately creator Steve Franks is sticking to the old adage: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," and this season doesn't deviate from what works -- there's still lots of comedy, spoofery, silly dialogue ("That would mean we're at war with the machines!") and enjoyable mysteries.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris Gregory TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 16 2015
Format: DVD
This is a great cable TV series set in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. Season five is outstanding and we get to see a new side to Detective Lassister, aka Lassie, aka Binky. We also get a view of the softer side of Henry Spencer, Shawn's Dad.

This is yet another great season of hilarity for the Psych cast, writers, producers, and the amazingly versatile creator, Steve Franks.

This series just seems to get funnier every season, every episode, and with every new guest star. James Roday is a brilliant actor and his ability to banter with each cast member is unbelievable. With Dulè Hill and Corbin Bernsen to play off of it's no wonder that the producers are ecstatic with Roday's off-the-cuff, impromptu riffs.

Additionally, I really appreciate video commentary. We especially get insight into the multi-talented Andy Berman and Steve Franks. They each have an uncanny relationship with humor.

This DVD set is well worth the price - highly recommended!
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By Patrick George on March 23 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The first two seasons of this show were slow and a little difficult to stay interested but the Gus and Shawn combo kept me interested. I didn't even like James Roday for the role of Shawn at first. I felt it was a bit off, not sure why but as the show matured I really found myself really enjoying his acting. After 8 seasons and watching the musical, no one on this planet could replace James Roday for this role. Gus played by Dulé Hill was my favorite character. His need for food, his sympathy crying and or his "scared" reactions were priceless. Put the two of them together and the show was unique and enjoyable.

I could go in to detail about everyone from Timothy Omundson who played Lassiter, Maggie Lawson who played Juliet and the Chief of police Karen played by Kirsten Nelson and Shawn's dad Henry played by Corbin Bernsen who rocked the father role and throughout the show provided Shawn with valuable life lessons that would help him as he grew up.

The hand to the head or the singing of "Suck it" or their jumping around in excitement over some cases and Shawn's key phrase you'll notice often "I've heard it both ways" made it so fun to watch.

I "marathoned" the show after watching 2 seasons on Netflix and couldn't stop. Not a fan of Musicals and I even watched that. Since then I've been buying up the 8 seasons, musical, Halloween special and the book off Amazon, so i'll probably copy and paste this review on each season.

Hands down my favorite show and highly recommend it! Already re-watching it again with the dvd's i've ordered because I wanted to see the special features and gag reels.
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