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Can you tell me what James Roday and Dule Hill will be up to next? — Gwen whose marriage faces some challenges in couples counseling. Dule Hill, James Roday "Any relationship, especially an estranged relationship , when you realize that that person may be gone all of a. 'Psych': Shawn and Juliet edging closer to a relationship (or so we as Juliet O' Hara, Dule Hill as Burton "Gus" Guster and James Roday as.
And then Chocolate Thunder. And then, my personal favorite, because I could totally see Shawn doing this is introducing him as Burton Ernie.
Anyway so that ties in with my first question. You know, I — because when he first threw that out it kind of caught me off guard first of all because I believe that was one that was just off the top of his head.
And it cracked me up. I just thought it was a hilarious thing.
Stoney and the Silly-Pants, you know. Do you guys get a say in those or do they come already in the script? Are you guys having a Christmas-themed episode and if so, can you tell us anything about it? We are returning to holiday Yule entertainment this season. But I think, you know, first on the list is when is the time to do it. About some of the upcoming episodes and storylines James: Shawn and Gus have to save a polar bear that may or may not be being framed for murder.
We have an episode in a haunted house in an amusement park. That will be our finale where everything comes out in the wash. Pretty packed, pretty solid winter. Hearing Dule say this was brilliant and hysterical. We can probably work that in there. Baseball has been on the board for awhile. Somebody has a little thing for Larisa Oleynik, huh?
That was a lot of fun. She had a fun character. She got to wear a nose ring. Not that many people who come on site can say that. On what they think makes Shawn and Gus relationship work so well since they are such polar opposites: I think you just answered it right there.
I think they fill each other out. They both bring each other to the center. You know, one is extremely to the right and one is extremely to the left and they balance each other out.
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I think without their relationship they would both be too far in either direction. I think Shawn would be doing something — I mean Shawn his life would be a long time ago spin out of control and Gus would be a hermit going to work, going home.
On what reality show Shawn and Gus would go on together or separately: And they would win.
It would be Gus, right. How do you think your relationship with Lassiter is going to change now that, you know, they are working together more and he sees how well Shawn is working, you know, helping solve the Yin case and stuff like that? What character dead or alive would you like to bring back? That would be someone I would like to see come back. On what they would like to see Shawn and Gus do more of: I would like to see Gus obviously release some tension.
Do you remember, Dule? Yes, I mean I remember how it affects our relationship. I mean at some point he knew that Shawn and Juliet were going to get together. If we had to wait five years for them to kiss, how long do we have to wait until they actually go all the way?
But are we to assume that it happens this season? I guess so, yes. And I thought it was good to have it back. You know, those two guys are never going to be on the same page but they do find strange twisted ways of appreciating one another. And I think we get to see more of that with Henry in the police station than we did with him, you know, out on his boat or making sandwiches in the kitchen. But, when they're together, there is no denying their chemistry.
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Through loving looks, shared laughs, and occasional murders to solve, Shawn and Juliet have formed a bond the audience hopes will eventually turn into a romance. Now, after keeping the two at arm's length for four years, show creator and producer Steve Franks says Shawn James Roday and Juliet Maggie Lawson may finally become a couple in season five.
And I know we've dog paddled around it for quite a while, but we're going to stop the dog paddling and actually start floating slowly with the current. Somewhat shocked, he declined at the time, as he was technically on a date with his reunited high school crush, Abigail.
In season four, Shawn went back and forth with his feelings for both women, and almost made a play for Juliet when she was hospitalized. Though he held off, it was obvious he wanted to take their relationship to a different level. Lawson says Shawn and Juliet will revisit their feelings in season five.Psych-James Roday Audition
Somewhere there's going to have to be some conversation about it. And I'm seeing, as the episodes are progressing, that we'll be seeing more of that now that some time has gone by and everything is settling back into its normal place. So, I think we'll be seeing a bit more of recognizing that and dealing with it more this season. But it's not necessarily that. It's a really, really tricky place because of what we do, our characters, for a living, in that we work together.
So, it opens a door to a whole bunch of stuff that they -- and that the audience, too -- would have to have respect for him, if he was in a relationship with somebody and having to come clean, and all of that. And I feel like, so far, in that we've had other relationships and that we both recognize -- and they've done a good job I think of showing the characters, you know, sort of recognizing what they do, in that they work together, and how awkward that can be, and therefore they've sort of avoided it.