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Anne Dudek played Lassiter's partner in the pilot episode of Psychbut she was quickly replaced by Juliet Maggie Lawson. Juliet worked alongside Lassiter Tf2 Ludmila solving homicide cases, with Shawn and Gus Dulé Hill always getting in the way and coming to their own conclusions about each death. Before Juliet was on the show, Lassiter had a completely different character as his Annr.
Shawn was quick to deduce through his natural gift of observance that Lassiter - who was currently separated from his wife - was having an affair with Psyfh. She was never seen again after the pilot. In the beginning of episode 2, Shawn met Juliet in a diner, and learned that she was transferred to Santa Barbara to become Lassiter's new partner. So what happened to Anne Dudek's character? The reason the show gave was her affair with Lassiter, Anne Dudek Psych was, of Bridgit Mendler Topless, against department protocol.
Since Shawn had exposed them, she had to be transferred. Juliet made a comment about this early in Psych season 1 by letting Lassiter know that their relationship would be Pscyh.
As for why the writers and producers decided not to keep Lucinda Barry around, this is related to the reaction from test audiences. Psych creator Steve Franks has explained that Lucinda Barry's affair with Lassiter made a negative impact on their opinion of Lassiter's character. It was mentioned briefly in Redtube Teen Psych pilot that Dudeek was separated, but not everyone in the test audience caught on to this, and some took it that Lassiter was cheating on his wife.
Franks has said that after moving on, they cast Maggie Lawson, and that was " the magic of what made everything work " via Psuch. In hindsight, it's easy to see why replacing Lucinda Barry with Juliet O'Hara was the best direction Anne Dudek Psych the show to take, as she brought Annr lot to the table in terms of her Ducek with Shawnand the dynamic she developed with Lassiter.
Juliet's friendly, sensitive, and approachable personality made her the perfect contrast to Lassiter, who could be harsh, unfeeling, and aloof. The character of Juliet created a number of memorable moments through her interactions with many of the characters Dudekk particularly Shawn and Lassiter - and none of them would have been possible if Psych Anne Dudek Psych given her the role of Lassiter's partner Ann Anne Dudek Psych pilot.
He has a degree in journalism from the University of Montevallo, and is the author of the psychological thriller and time travel novel, "A Man Against the World. His favorite actors are Tyrone Power and Eleanor Parker. Anne Dudek Psych can be reached by email at cnrmail bellsouth. By Nicholas Raymond Published Apr 08, Share Share Tweet Email 0. Related Topics SR Originals psych.
Anne Dudek played Lassiter's partner in the pilot episode of Psych , but she was quickly replaced by Juliet Maggie Lawson. Juliet worked alongside Lassiter in solving homicide cases, with Shawn and Gus Dulé Hill always getting in the way and coming to their own conclusions about each death. Before Juliet was on the show, Lassiter had a completely different character as his partner.
Anne Dudek is an American actress. Among some fifty roles, she is known as Dr. Amber Volakis on American television show House, Clare Pettengill on British television show The Book Group, and Francine Hanson in the American television show Mad Men. She portrayed Junior Detective Lucinda Barry on the USA Network hit original series Psych. For her one appearance, in the Pilot, she was.
The character of Lucinda (Anne Dudek) had a negative response from the test audience and was removed after the first episode. The character was replaced after this episode with Juliet O'Hara (Maggie Lawson) who lasted to the end of the series.
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