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June 8th, 2020 | by vBollywood Author
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Joel McHale is starring in multiple characters these days, including the new sneak peek of Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, the upcoming Psych sequel film.

In a new video from Peacock debuting the movie’s first few minutes, we get to see a glimpse of McHale in a flashback as Police Chief Carlton Lassiter’s (Timothy Omundson) father. Also, all the Scrubs fans will be thrilled to see Sarah Chalke back in the medical field, this time playing Lassiter’s (a.k.a. Lassie) caretaker, Dolores. And just like always, best friends and partners Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) continue to be dealing with each other in a playful manner.

The second Psych film since its 2014 finale, Lassie Come Home features Shawn and Gus returning to Santa Barbara to assist Lassiter, who was attacked on the job and left for dead. While recuperating at a posh care facility, Lassie starts witnessing supernatural occurrences and needs the psychic detectives to help him figure out what’s going on.

Directed by the USA Network show’s creator Steve Franks, the film also stars original cast members Maggie Lawson, Kirsten Nelson, and Corbin Bernsen. McHale and Chalke’s castings were earlier announced, as were the additions of Kadeem Hardison, Roday’s A Million Little Things costar Allison Miller, and Hill’s former West Wing costar Richard Schiff.

The film previously released a teaser in April, which showed Shawn and Gus ruminating on some fun filled spooky business.

“There’s a lot of strange stuff going on around here,” Shawn said in the trailer. “Not necessarily ghosts.”

“But probably ghosts,” Gus replied, which basically meant the gang is back to doing what they do best — cracking crimes as well as jokes.

Psych fans can see more of Omundson, who couldn’t have a leading role in the USA Network drama comedy’s first post-series-finale movie because he suffered a stroke right before production began.

Written by Roday, Psych creator Steve Franks, and Andy Berman, the movie was originally supposed to air on USA, but last September, it moved over NBCUniversal’s new streaming service Peacock.

Psych 2: Lassie Come Home debuts July 15, the same day Peacock launches nationwide (it’s only available to Comcast Xfinity subscribers, who received early access).

Photo courtesy: www.geektyrant.com

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