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Psych “True Grits” Preview (VIDEO) 

Stoney Jackson, James Roday, Anthony Anderson & Dulé Hill in Psych “True Grits” — Photo Credit: Alan Zenuk/USA Network

A new Psych is on tonight. The last one before the Season 6 finale.

Synopsis: Something’s cookin’ in Santa Barbara. An impassioned chef, played by guest star Anthony Anderson, seeks restitution after his robbery conviction is overturned by The Innocence Project, and he’d like Shawn and Gus to help find the actual culprit. Fans can also check-in via GetGlue for their chance to win an exclusive Psych Arcade and iPad!

As usual, there are tons of guest stars on the scene to help bring this latest case to life:

Anthony Anderson: Anderson has been successful in both movies and TV. Back in the mid-to-late 90s, he was a cast member on one of TNBC’s Saturday morning staples, Hang Time. He played the lovable and hilarious, Teddy Broadis. After starring in big screen flicks like Barbershop, Scary Movie 3 and My Baby’s Daddy, he became a regular on the short-lived sitcom, All about the Andersons. But, it was his guest-star stint as drug boss Antwon Mitchell on FX’s The Shield, that really wowed viewers. Shortly after, he was cast as the lead in the Fox series, K-Ville, along with Cole Hauser. The show only lasted one season, but he followed it up with two years as Detective Kevin Bernard on the original Law & Order.

Rob Benedict: So great to have Benedict make a guest star appearance on Psych. Supernatural fans will know him as Chuck the prophet on several episodes of the CW cult hit series (his last one being the Season 5 finale, “Swan Song”). Before that, he’s best known for playing Richard Coad on the WB’s much missed series, Felicity. Over the years, he’s guest-starred on many TV shows including, Beverly Hills, 90210, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, NYPD Blue, and House. Love him.

Stoney Jackson
: Back in the 80s, Jackson (and his Jheri Curl) starred on TV series like The White Shadow and the short-lived buddy action show, The Insiders. He also made appearances in over 20 episodes of the Marla Gibbs-sitcom, 227, a show that also starred Regina King and Jackée. More recently he’s done guest-star spots on Modern Family, Everybody Hates Chris and Charmed.

James Earl: He’s had roles on everything from ER to Bones to Community. He might be best known as the football jock from Glee that bullied Finn and the Glee club along with Karovsky. He also guest starred on three episodes of No Ordinary Family and was one of T.K.’s football teammates on USA Network’s Necessary Roughness. In his episode (“Habit Forming”), he had to see Dani in order to help him figure out why he kept being late to practice.

Psych airs tonight at 10/9c on USA. Here are some promos and clips to get you Psych-Os ready:

 “True Grits” Promo

“True Grits” Clip featuring Shawn, Jules and Lassie

“True Grits” Clip — featuring Anthony Anderson and Rob Benedict 

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