USA's "Psych," FX's "Shield" add to casts

TV Arts

from the hollywood reporter

New shifts for Lawson, O'Loughlin
By Nellie Andreeva

Maggie Lawson has been named a regular on USA Network's upcoming
series "Psych."

Meanwhile, Australian actor Alex O'Loughlin has joined the cast of
FX's cop drama "The Shield."
"Psych" centers on Shawn Spencer (James Roday), an amateur detective
who cons the police into believing he has psychic powers that help him
solve crimes.

Lawson plays junior Detective Juliet O'Hara, the new partner of head
Detective Roland Lassiter (Tim Omundson).

Lawson originally was cast in the project as a guest star because of
her commitment to ABC's midseason comedy series "Crumbs." The actress,
whose credits also include ABC's series "It's All Relative" and the
network's telefilm/pilot "Nancy Drew," is repped by Ro Diamond and
Susie Schwarz at SDB Partners and Ellen Meyer Management.

O'Loughlin will play Kevin Hiatt, a new member of Detective Vic
Mackey's (Michael Chiklis) strike team. He will fill the void of the
departure of Kenny Johnson, whose character, Detective Lemonhead
Lemansky, died in the series' fifth-season finale.
Maggie Lawson is about as believable as a police detective as... well, 
WQ is... Wally Quagmire... hapless San Fran detective who always solves
the crime in spite of himself. Heather Lockler is the sexy partner who
always has his back! Chi McBride is the police captain who won't take
any more of his crap!

"QUAGMIRE!" coming to PAX TV this Fall.
I think WQ is female.

Mr. Hole

The favor of your reply is requested.

"You would make a destructive god, Mr. Hole, but as a human, you remain
pathetic and ineffectual." -- Heck
Thank you for ruining females for me :-(
Giggetty giggetty!