Juliet Lynn "Jules" O'Hara b. She attended the University of Miami. Born in , she was raised in a family of brothers and is shown to be close with both her parents and her siblings. Although she is initially frustrated by her coworkers not taking her seriously enough due to her relatively young age, as the series progresses she is given more responsibility, taking charge of the station when authority figures weren't present. Their relationship was fixed in In for a Penny
Sitcoms are some of our most loved shows on TV. The best sitcoms have a premise built to offer as many funny situations and character dynamics as possible. And the best characters can run the gambit from jerks that nonetheless entertain us, to the more sympathetic underdogs who win our hearts more and more with every bumbling misstep. Everybody hopes to find romance, and sitcom characters tend to be more realistic than characters in other TV shows and movies. So we root for Ross and Rachel or Jim and Pam to hook up all the more. The awkward and funny realism of their lives makes their relationships more engaging to viewers.
Shawn and Gus find themselves in the midst of a Bourne Identity-like hunt and chase after a U. S Government Spy named Nadia seeks their help in finding an agent who's been off the grid for quite some time. The agent she's looking for is Strabinsky - the only person in the world who has successfully erased his identity. Nadia needs to be erased too, as the government is chasing after her, trying to capture her for something she claims she didn't do.
Born in she was raised in a family of brothers and is shown to be close with both her parents and her siblings. He knows she's good at what she does, but fears for her safety, and has more than a little concern when she starts getting excited about going on dates with other men. At the top of the episode, Shawn's decision was made quite clear: He was going to close the Psych.