PSYCH Season 4 DVD Contest

Seat42f and USA Network have teamed up to give 2 lucky winners a copy
of PSYCH Season 4 on DVD. For a chance to win please
leave a comment below telling us why you love PSYCH. Open to US
& Canadian Residents and entrants must be at least 18 yrs of age.
Only one entry per person. Contest ends July 29th. Winners will be
notified on July 30th via email so make sure to use a valid email
address when you post your comment.


Also returning to Comic-Con
longest running hit series, with the entire cast in full force,
including James Roday, who stars as Shawn Spencer, solving crimes for
the Santa Barbara police department in his own special way; Dule Hill
who co-stars as Shawn’s best friend and reluctant sidekick Gus; Corbin
Bernsen as Shawn’s disapproving father; and Maggie Lawson and Timothy
Omundson who play the police detectives O’Hara and Lassiter who
reluctantly rely on Shawn’s psychic skills, along with the police chief
Vick played by Kirsten Nelson; along with creator/writer/executive
producer Steve Franks. Executive producers Chris Henze and Kelly
Kulchak will also serve on the panel. PSYCH returns for its fifth
season on USA Network on Wednesday, July 14 at 10/9C.

The PSYCH panel will be on Thursday, July 22 @ 3:30pm. The
will be moderated by Andy Berman.

Follow Psych on Twitter and the Official Website.

This season, Will meets
Lisa – and before you can say “Go slow, bro,” he’s in love, engaged and
standing before the minister with 50 pounds of iced shrimp melting in
the banquet hall. All that romance must be contagious, because Carlton
finds his soul sister through online dating. (Unfortunately, that’s
only half right. It’s Hilary.) And there’s a lot more than love going
on as Will grapples with a big orange whale, a mobster, a bear, Jay
Leno, Lisa’s cantankerous dad and in one of the series’ most memorable
episodes, a bullet with his name on it. With this 4-disc set, you are
cordially invited to all 25 laugh-out-loud, love-happy Season 5
Episodes of the hit, hilarious show that gave sitcoms street smarts.

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