Image Credit: Williams & Hirakawa/USA Network“We have been slacking a little bit this year, so I do apologize on behalf of all of us here at Psych. But they are coming,” Dulé Hill says, when asked what ’80s songs we can expect performed in Psych-Outs this season. So far, they’ve filmed one, with upcoming guest star Curt Smith from Tears for Fears. Songs that may make the cut: “Maybe ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart.’ Maybe ‘We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off” by Jermaine Stewart. Maybe. Maybe is always the key word.” Here, Hill answers more questions from EW readers (and reveals that he auditioned for Cop Rock). You’ll find Part 1 of the interview here.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: LYDIA asks, “Which nickname that Shawn has given you is your favorite?”
DULÉ HILL: My favorite is from season 1, and that’s Gus Sillypants Jackson. That’s always stayed with me because it’s kinda close to Stoney Jackson, from The Insiders. Sillypants and Stoney. I feel like we could be related in some way.
The show is famous for its pop culture references. KAYLEIGH asks, “Anything you want referenced that hasn’t been yet?”
[Laughs] If anything, it would probably be Melvin Van Peebles’ Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song. He had this line, “What’s all this ‘we’ s—?” I would love to be able to say that, but obviously that’s gonna happen. Really and truly, most of the pop culture stuff that happens on the show, I have no idea what I’m talking about. That’s the writers and James Roday and Steve Franks. I’m not really into the ’80s like that. Michael Jackson, the 49ers and the Lakers — that’s what I know about the ’80s. READ FULL STORY »