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Psych’s third movie is a charm!
November 18th, 2021 under Dulé Hill, Psych, Tears For Fears. [ Comments: none ]

Back in 2014, USA Network cancelled Psych, and they realized they made a huge mistake. So, they made it up to the fans by giving us two movies. However, they didn’t air the second film, so they gave it to their streaming service Peacock TV. That telemovie did so well that Peacock gave them a third one.

So, you are cordially invited to Gus’ (Dulé Hill) wedding to Selene (Jazmyn Simon), which starts to stream today. Well, that is if the wedding happens. You see, Shawn (James Roday) finds out that Selene’s name really isn’t that, and he tells Gus.

Now the two of them are on a search to find out who is baby mama really is before he walks down the aisle. What mayhem will they cause? What will they find out about her? Will it be enough for the Groomzilla to call off his wedding?

While they are doing that, Lassie (Timothy Olyphant) is still recovering from his stroke, and Henry (Corbin Bernsen) is helping him do that both physically and mentally. It is a good thing they have each other.

It is also a good thing that Jules (Maggie Lawson) has Karen (Kirsten Nelson) to help her out as they try to find Shawn and Gus.

And there is Curt Smith from Tears for Fears. All I will say is he deserves the Emmy because you will be head over heels for him.

You will also be head over heels for Psych: This Is Gus. Psych is one of the most underrated television shows in the history of TV because of his humor, wit, originality, and chemistry. I am still hoping that one day they will bring it back as a series. But for now, these specials are a good fix.

They give you a season’s worth of feels in two hours. How often can you say you get two hours worth of enjoyment? You don’t, but you do with Psych. So don’t be like USA Network and tell them to “suck it!” Be like Peacock and watch it! I don’t know what that means but watch it anyways.


Pentatonix gives us a haunting take of Tears for Fears’ Mad World
September 17th, 2020 under Tears For Fears. [ Comments: none ]

Back in 1982, Tears for Fears released a song called Mad World. For years, it was a haunting melody that was mostly known by their fans like me. Then in 2001, Gary Jules slowed it down, and it became a little more known thanks to it being featured on the Donnie Darko soundtrack.

Then as that decade started to close, Adam Lambert sang it on American Idol, and Cory Montieth did the same on Glee. Now, the 30-old-tune had a new fan base. One that keeps growing and growing with each new take on it.

There is another one out now, and this time it is by Pentatonix. The acapella singers took away the instruments and sang the tune with just their voices.

No matter who has sung it in the past, this song always reaches into your soul. This version reverberates as it is there. When all of them harmonize together, I feel the echo of the lyrics go through my whole body.

Therefore, sit and listen, sit and listen, to the little ditty that gets bigger with each voice that utters all of its words.


Tears For Fears joins Weezer for Everybody Wants to Rule the World
April 16th, 2019 under Jimmy Kimmel, Tears For Fears, Weezer. [ Comments: none ]

Weezer recently released the Teal album which only has covers on it. One of the songs they chose to sing is Tears For Fears’ Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Yesterday when Rivers Cuomo and the band were asked to do Jimmy Kimmel Live they asked Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal to join them. Since the duo just wowed at Coachella.

Both bands started the 1985 tune out together, then the lead singers alternated verses and finally, they all concluded the song as one. Personally, I think they need to release that version of the single too. Smith and Cuomo’s voices are so beautiful together. Doesn’t make you think they can rule the World together.


Timothy Omundson watched Psych the Movie with his co-stars
December 10th, 2017 under Psych, Tears For Fears, Timothy Omundson. [ Comments: none ]

Earlier this year, Timothy Omundson suffered a stroke and because of that was not able to be in as much of Psych the Movie as everyone including him wanted him to be. Even though he could not be there with his co-stars when they were filming the reunion telemovie, he was able to be reunited with them when they watched it Thursday night. Galavant’s King along with James Roday, Dule Hill, Maggie Lawson, Kristen Nelson, Tears for Fears Curt Smith and producers Todd Harthan, Chris Henze and Saladin Patterson all had as much fun seeing themselves on the small screen again as we did.

Now, let’s hope USA does the right thing and brings it back as series. Revivals are so hot right now, and this show, Monk and 4400 are their three dramas that people want to see return to weekly television.

Finally, two things we have learned about Omundson this, is that he looked great during his cameo and even better with his friends for life. Nice to see him getting better every day.


Curt Smith is Sowing the Seeds of Love with his daughter!
February 9th, 2011 under 80s, Tears For Fears. [ Comments: 2 ]

(photo from WireImage)

Tears for Fears Curt Smith was trying to explain the Mad World of celebrity crushes to his daughter Diva and her answer was tough for him to get out of and awwwdorable for us to read.
Here is the conversation he Tweeted he had with his older daughter:

Off to bed after discussing being “famous” with eldest regarding @justinbieber movie. She loves him and I say “but you don’t know him”…
she says, “but I love you and your famous” – I have no answer for that apart from a smile. #Ilovemykids

How precious is that answer to her being Head over Heels for Justin Bieber! I guess sometimes it is hard being a celebrity parent.


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