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The series follows Shawn Spencer (James Roday) and his colleague and best friend Burton "Gus" Guster (Dulé Hill), who claim to operate a psychic detective agency; it is actually based on Shawn's hyperobservant ability.. -- what is "it" referring to? The series, or the psychic detective agency?
"Who Ya Gonna Call?" was the only episode directed by Michael Lange. -- recommend changing to "only episode of Psych... "
That long list of crew members in the Production section definitely aren't needed, and is a bit boring to read! I assume that these people perform these same roles for every episode of this season like most television shows? I would recommend just sticking with the main crew, such as the episode's writers and director. If there's something unique about this episode (such as its music), then I would include them. But it doesn't seem that there is.
... the installment, like the majority of Psych's episodes, was filmed in and around the Vancouver area of British Columbia. -- By mentioning "majority", this makes me wonder which episodes were not filmed there. That led me to wonder whether the claim of this being filmed there was supported by the sources you include. This doesn't mention BC or Vancouver at all (at least that I can see), and I'm skeptical that the audio commentary for the pilot episode would specifically mention this episode as being shot there. Could you provide an explanation, and/or provide alternative citations for this claim?
Related to the above comment, I'm a tad concerned that you're inserting generalizations about the shows's overall production and applying them to this episode -- do any of the citations you include in the first two Production paragraphs mention this episode explicitly? Or do they just mention "every episode"? I'm willing to look past this but would like to hear your thoughts first.
Who described Frank Whaley as an actor that fades into the background?
...beginning by pointing out how the episode put " a little twist on who committed the crime -- there's an errant space in there
I found a Highbeam article that might be worth incorporating:  (it talks about the use of flashbacks in every episode, which I see this installment includes). No obligation to include it but I thought it might be worth reading.
Alrighty, that's about it. This article is well-cited and mostly well-written, but there just remains a few points that I'd like to hear your feedback on. Once you've responded to my comments above, I'll check back and give the article another quick review. This is on my watchlist, so I'll check back then. Now placing article on hold for seven days. Thanks, Ruby2010/2013 01:20, 22 April 2014 (UTC)
No response yet for this review. Pinging @Awardgive:. It'd be a shame to have to fail this, especially when it's so close! Ruby2010/2013 20:32, 17 May 2014 (UTC)
Alright, it's been about a month since I put this on hold, and there has been no response to this review. I am thus failing it. It is very close to passing, however, so I would recommend the nominator review my comments and consider renominating it when he or she is ready to devote some time to it. Regards, Ruby2010/2013 17:28, 21 May 2014 (UTC)