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Season 8

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Season 5

  • S5Ep16: Yang 3 in 2D  12/22/2010   3

    A woman named Allison Cowley (Mena Suvari) claims to have escaped from Yin (Peter Weller). After Shawn sees something connecting him to Yang (Ally Sheedy), Shawn decides to use her in the investigation, which involves her leaving the psych ward. Since she was one of Yin's victims, Juliet struggles through the case, but she, like everyone else, is hell-bent on putting an end to Yin. Meanwhile, Shawn's mother (Cybill Shepherd) returns to Santa Barbara, and the team get a surprising message from Mary Lightly (Jimmi Simpson).

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  • S5Ep15: Dead Bear Walking  12/15/2010   3

    A polar bear's trainer is found dead, and the bear is thought to be the culprit by everyone except Shawn. The problem is, he now has to keep the bear hidden, but Gus would rather see the ursus maritimus dead which complicates things. In the midst of the case, Lassiter becomes the subject of a documentary, filmed by his kid sister (April Bowlby), who finds Shawn and Gus (who has a crush on her) more interesting

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  • S5Ep14: The Polarizing Express  12/15/2010   4

    Shawn makes a mistake which leads to evidence getting thrown out against a crime lord, getting himself suspended indefinitely and his father fired from the SBPD. Through a series of dreams guided by Tony Cox - which reveal what life would've been like for his friends if he hadn't returned to Santa Barbara - Shawn finds a new way to put the crime lord in jail and redeem himself.

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  • S5Ep13:   12/8/2010   3

    Thinking that Shawn and Gus' investigative tactics need work, Henry and Vick send them to the police academy for a three week crash course in police procedures, with an instructor (Ralph Macchio) who may not be suited for actual police work. Shawn can't help but get involved in a robbery case which also involves money laundering, and Vick learns that it's best to leave well enough alone.

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  • S5Ep12: Dual Spires  12/1/2010   3

    In a tribute of the David Lynch television series Twin Peaks, Shawn and Gus receive an email for a cinnamon festival in the small and isolated town of Dual Spires, arriving only to find a dead female drowning victim, who according to Juliet, was not only originally from Santa Barbara but had apparently drowned seven years ago. Indeed, this town is not all that it seems. Twin Peaks actors Dana Ashbrook, Catherine E. Coulson, Sherilyn Fenn, Sheryl Lee, Robyn Lively, Lenny Von Dohlen, Ray Wise, and the voice of Julee Cruise are all featured.

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  • S5Ep11: In Plain Fright  11/17/2010   3

    While on a haunted house ride at a local theme park, Shawn witnesses a murder. The park's vice-president (Rob LaBelle) thinks that it was the ghost of a kid who fell to his death 15 years ago, but then another death occurs, and Shawn & Gus learn that there are those (including Nora Dunn) with a 15-year-old cross to bear. Meanwhile, Shawn runs into Ken (Jerry Shea) and gets him fired from a second job, and Juliet pressures Shawn to tell Gus about their new relationship.

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  • S5Ep10: Extradition II: The Actual Extradition Part  11/10/2010   3

    Shawn and Gus return to Vancouver on a trip funded by imprisoned art thief Pierre Despereaux (Cary Elwes), who is about to be extradited by Lassiter. Despereaux escapes from jail to commit one last job but is framed for the death of a Crown attorney, so Shawn wastes no time in finding out the truth. When Shawn sees that Juliet has shown up in Canada, he decides to stop running from his feelings for her.

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  • S5Ep9: One, Maybe Two, Ways Out  9/8/2010   3

    Shawn crosses into unfamiliar territory when a spy (Franka Potente)

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  • S5Ep8: Shawn 2.0  9/1/2010   3

    Shawn isn't sure what to think when talented criminal profiler Declan Rand (Nestor Carbonell) comes to Santa Barbara to help track down a serial killer (Meredith Monroe) who is targeting people on a liver transplant list. This turns into a positive when Shawn is shaken out of his complacency, but Declan isn't just a professional rival, but a personal one. Meanwhile, Shawn must find a date to a wedding, and gets to meet one of his childhood heroes (Curt Smith).

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  • S5Ep7: Ferry Tale  8/25/2010   3

    As they are on a ferry on route to the Channel Islands for an environmental cleanup, Shawn and Gus must help a prison guard (Chi McBride) round up four inmates (including Kevin Alejandro) who escaped his custody, which leads to a stand-off with the police, and Shawn discovers that the escape attempt was not simply to avoid prison time, but for a deeper purpose

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  • S5Ep6: Viagra Falls  8/18/2010   3

    An investigation into the death of a former police chief reveals that he may have been involved in criminal activity after his retirement, but as they work the case, Shawn and Gus clash with two of his former colleagues (Carl Weathers and William Devane) who have been brought in as consultants to solve his murder and potentially clear his name

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  • S5Ep5: Shawn and Gus in Drag (Racing)  8/11/2010   3

    A member of a street-racing gang is found dead in a stolen Lamborghini Murci

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  • S5Ep4: Chivalry Is Not Dead… But Someone Is  8/4/2010   3

    A wealthy widow's young boyfriend falls to his death, which turned out to be the result of poisoning. Lassiter quickly thinks that the widow (Jean Smart) is responsible, but Shawn and Gus believe that the victim was trained to be a con artist by the man (John Michael Higgins) they think is the actual murderer. Shawn takes a different approach than usual to figure it out, but the case takes a turn for him. Meanwhile, Gus attempts to charm an older woman (Lee Garlington).

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  • S5Ep3: Not Even Close… Encounters  7/28/2010   3

    A prominent lawyer (Charles Martin Smith) claims that one of his co-workers (Adam Reid) was abducted by aliens, and Shawn and Gus waste no time jumping on the case, turning to an old friend (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) for help since he happens to believe in aliens. Unfortunately, their credibility takes a major blow, and despite wanting it to be an alien abduction, Shawn winds up being the sane one in the investigation.

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  • S5Ep2: Feet Don’t Kill Me Now  7/21/2010   3

    During a murder investigation, Gus decides to team up with Lassiter over a spat with Shawn, and for the fact that they happen to share a common interest: tap-dancing. Since she has been getting very poor treatment from her partner after her return, Juliet teams with Shawn, but working a case together is not exactly a match made in heaven.

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  • S5Ep1: Romeo and Juliet and Juliet  7/14/2010   3

    A powerful businessman's daughter (Jennifer Liu) is kidnapped, and matters are made more complicated because the businessman (Bruce Locke) is a Triad leader. Although the case is best suited for Shawn and Gus, Henry

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Season 4

  • S4Ep16: Mr. Yin Presents…  3/10/2010   3

    As Mr. Yang's (Ally Sheedy) book is released, Shawn and Gus meet up with Mary Lightly (Jimmi Simpson), who believes that Yang had a partner (Christopher Turner), and he turns out to be right when a dead body (Beverley Turner) turns up. As another murder is committed, Shawn, Gus, Juliet, Lassiter, and Henry find themselves in scenarios from classic Hitchcock films in order to stop Yin. Just like Yang, Mr. Yin makes it personal when Abigail (Rachael Leigh Cook) is dragged into his game. However, she is not the only victim... http://telepisodes.li/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=post#edit_timestamp

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  • S4Ep15: The Head, the Tail, the Whole Damn Episode  3/3/2010   3

    A shark attack victim washes up onshore, and Lassiter notices what appears to be a knife wound on the body. With that, he thinks that the victim was actually murdered, which impresses Shawn since it's a theory that he would come up with. Meanwhile, Henry begins flirting with a shark expert (Jeri Ryan) and a fisherman (Michael Hogan) lends Shawn and Gus a hand.

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  • S4Ep14: Think Tank  2/24/2010   3

    Shawn and Gus are recruited into a think tank to help prevent the murder of business tycoon Ashton Bonaventure (Chris Sarandon). While Shawn doesn't shine in the group, he figures out that someone in the think tank was using it to figure out ways to kill Bonaventure, so he manages to be put in charge of his security and re-assembles the remaining members to help him prevent the assassination attempt.

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  • S4Ep13: Death Is in the Air  2/17/2010   3

    A courier named Donny Lieberman (Ernie Grunwald) loses a cooler containing the deadly Thornburg virus, so he asks Shawn and Gus to help him find it, and Shawn realizes that the same lab that Donny was working for is somehow involved. Luckily, they get help from Dr. Steven Reidman (Judd Nelson), the foremost expert on the virus who also expresses interest towards Santa Barbara's favorite psychic. In the race to stop an outbreak, Shawn has an epiphany concerning Juliet.

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  • S4Ep12: A Very Juliet Episode  2/10/2010   3

    59 12 "A Very Juliet Episode" Steve Franks Steve Franks & Tim Meltreger February 10, 2010 In 2003, Juliet made a pact with her boyfriend Scott Seaver (Josh Braaten) to meet up in seven years. After he fails to show up, Shawn finds him, and by extension endangers his life since he was a key witness against mobster J.T. Waring (Arnold Vosloo), who was convicted for the murder of a U.S. Marshal. When Waring denies killing the Marshal, Shawn must prove him right in order to protect Scott.

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  • S4Ep11: Thrill Seekers and Hell-Raisers  2/3/2010   3

    Gus reveals his new girlfriend Ruby (Sarah Shahi) to Shawn, who hasn't forgotten Gus' poor track record with women - he drunkenly got married to a crazy woman in 1997 - but immediately takes a liking to Ruby. Shawn and Gus join Ruby and her friends (Stacy Keibler and Steve Howey) on a river-rafting trip, and when one of them goes missing, Shawn figures out two things: it was no accident, and Ruby was somehow involved. Gus learns the truth, and is soon put in a compromising position.

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  • S4Ep10: You Can’t Handle This Episode  1/27/2010   3

    Shawn deduces that a U.S. Army Private who was found hanged was the victim of foul play, and Juliet calls in her brother Ewan (John Cena), a former soldier who has DOD Security Clearance to help them get on the Army base. Unfortunately, Shawn comes into conflict with Juliet over his hunch that Ewan is somehow more deeply involved with the murder. As the case proceeds, Abigail (Rachael Leigh Cook) has some unwelcome news for Shawn.

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  • S4Ep9: Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark  10/16/2009   3

    Gus, O'Hara, and Lassiter, arrive at a vehicle storage yard after receiving a message from Shawn. They realize he's been shot and abducted, so Henry works with Lassiter to find him, while Gus tries to remember the details of the case. Shawn realizes that his abduction is part of something much bigger after speaking with his kidnappers (Michael Rooker and John Hawkes).

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  • S4Ep8: Let’s Get Hairy  10/9/2009   3

    A man named Stewart Grumbley (Joshua Malina) believes he is a werewolf, so he offers Shawn and Gus three times their normal rate to tie him up and observe him. Unfortunately, they fall asleep and wake up to find Stewart missing, their window broken, and a tuft of animal hair. Their investigation leads them to a psychiatrist (David Naughton) and a Wiccan (Larisa Oleynik), each with possible secrets.

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  • S4Ep7: High Top Fade-Out  9/25/2009   4

    The death of Leonard "Diddle" Callahan, a computer cryptologist who was the baritone in Gus

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  • S4Ep6: Bollywood Homicide  9/18/2009   3

    A young East Indian man named Raj (Sendhil Ramamurthy) believes he is cursed when all of his serious girlfriends have met with suspicious accidents. Shawn and Gus decide to figure out what the real problem is, and Juliet also gets involved in a big way. For Shawn, solving the case is a chance to get back at Lassiter for embarrassing him in front of Abigail (Rachael Leigh Cook).

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  • S4Ep5: Shawn Gets the Yips  9/11/2009   3

    As Shawn, Gus, Lassiter, and Juliet are celebrating Buzz McNab's birthday in a police bar, somebody attempts to rob the place and engages in a gunfight with Lassiter. It is believed that the incident was a random attempt at robbery until Shawn reveals that the gunman (Stephen Lang) was targeting a cop.

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  • S4Ep4: The Devil’s in the Details… and the Upstairs Bedroom  8/28/2009   3

    A college girl commits suicide at a Catholic University. While Shawn believes it to be mere suicide, Father Westley (Ray Wise) - one of the professors at the school - and Gus are convinced the girl was demon-possessed. Although he is skeptical towards that idea, Shawn decides to play along, until the case takes a turn.

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  • S4Ep3: High Noon-ish  8/21/2009   3

    An Old West tourist attraction called Old Sonora, run by Sheriff Hank Mendel (James Brolin), is in danger of being shut down due to sabotage. Since Lassiter is very fond of the town - he spent many weekends there as a child - he enlists Shawn and Gus to investigate.

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  • S4Ep2: He Dead  8/14/2009   3

    The private jet of billionaire hedge fund manager Warren Clayton crashes in a forest. Shawn and Gus manage to find him first and are asked to fulfill his dying wish: to find out who killed him. His widow (Christine Baranski) is one of the suspects, and as Shawn digs deeper, he uncovers more than a murder. At the same time, Abigail (Rachael Leigh Cook) insists on meeting Henry, which Shawn isn't ready for due to their complicated relationship.

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  • S4Ep1: Extradition: British Columbia  9/7/2009   3

    While on vacation in Vancouver, Shawn and Gus are suddenly on the trail of elusive art thief Pierre Despereaux (Cary Elwes). Since Lassiter has been trying to arrest this criminal for years, he and Juliet arrive in Canada as well, and Shawn believes that this thief has pulled off the perfect crime, until he realizes what's really going on.

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Season 3

  • S3Ep16: Psych  2/20/2009   3

    Shawn decides to ask his high school crush Abigail (Rachael Leigh Cook) out on a real date, but he soon finds himself the target of the mysterious Mr. Yang (Ally Sheedy), a notorious serial killer who has been in exile since 1995. Shawn immediately suspects another consultant (Jimmi Simpson), but soon realizes that Yang will not be an easy catch. The feud becomes personal when Madeleine Spencer (Cybill Shepherd) is kidnapped, and Shawn must push himself to his limits to solve this case.

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  • S3Ep15: Tuesday the 17th  2/13/2009   3

    Shawn and Gus are hired by a childhood friend named Jason Cunningham (MacKenzie Astin) to find a missing camp counselor who disappeared near their old sleep-away campgrounds, Camp Tikihama. Suddenly, Gus and Shawn find themselves entangled in a web of murder mystery when they are all stalked by a psychotic killer. Shawn then discovers they have been invited there by Jason as "test subjects" because he is reopening the camp as a horror camp, a place where people pay to have themselves chased by a "killer". After Jason reveals the truth behind the incident, everyone present finds themselves with the roads closed, and trapped. This time, at the mercy of a real killer. When people begin winding up dead, Shawn, Gus, and O'Hara try to find out who the killer is before it is too late. Meanwhile, Lassiter has dinner with his estranged wife Victoria (Justine Bateman), but it's a meeting he would rather forget.

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  • S3Ep14: Truer Lies  2/6/2009   4

    A pathological liar Ryan (Jonathan Silverman) with a history of lying to the police is suspected of killing his super, and also claims to know about an assassination plot. Shawn is able to figure out that this liar is actually telling the truth, which leads him and Gus to an amnesiac, Tom Lieber (Jared Hillman), and the truth behind the case.

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  • S3Ep13: Any Given Friday Night at 10pm, 9pm Central  1/30/2009   3

    Shawn and Gus go undercover at a professional football training camp - whose coach (Mykelti Williamson) has a history with Shawn - when the foot of the team's missing kicker is discovered. At first it appears that he was killed by Russians to whom he owed a lot of money, but as Shawn keeps digging, he learns that the case is not at all what it seems.

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  • S3Ep12: Earth, Wind and… Wait for It  1/23/2009   3

    An arson investigator (Milena Govich) gets no help when she suspects that a recent fire was the result of arson and not an accident, but all it takes is Shawn's intervention to reveal that an arsonist/murderer is on the loose, so he and Gus infiltrate the firehouse that put out the fire to find out how deep the case really goes.

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  • S3Ep11: Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing  1/16/2009   3

    Lassiter has never liked the presence of Shawn and Gus since they became consultants in solving cases, but he finds himself in need of their help when he is the main suspect in a murder committed in his own precinct. Shawn is already certain that Lassiter is not guilty, and deduces that the killing was an inside job.

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  • S3Ep10: Six Feet Under the Sea  1/9/2009   3

    Shawn is none too pleased when Gus drags him to a funeral for local celebrity 'Shabby the Sea Lion' who was found dead after being released into the wild. Shawn sets out to prove it was murder and stumbles onto a bigger conspiracy.

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  • S3Ep9: Christmas Joy  11/28/2008   3

    Gus's sister Joy (Faune A. Chambers) comes to town for the holidays, and she seems very intent on continuing a past relationship with Shawn, who doesn't want Gus to know about it. When a little girl (Cassandra Sawtell) comes into Psych and asks Shawn and Gus to get a local Santa out of jail, they begin to think they've been conned, until a dead body turns up. Meanwhile, the Gusters (including Phylicia Rashad and Keith David) discover that they have been keeping various secrets from each other. Psych's second annual Christmas special.

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  • S3Ep8: Gus Walks Into a Bank  9/12/2008   3

    Gus ends up in a hostage situation after he walks into a bank. As Shawn attempts to negotiate with the gunman (Alan Ruck), he realizes that the situation was not meant to be a bank robbery, and not only does he butt heads with the chief negotiator (Gary Cole), he discovers something about Juliet that he would rather just forget.

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  • S3Ep7: Talk Derby to Me  9/5/2008   3

    Juliet goes undercover as a roller derby skater after Shawn deduces that a string of robberies have been committed by one of the teams. The case takes a turn when one of the robbers (Mickie James) botches a drop, and Shawn deduces that the robberies were a cover for something bigger. In the meantime, Gus is studying to get re-certified for his pharmaceutical sales job.

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  • S3Ep6: There Might Be Blood  8/22/2008   3

    A safety inspector's death on an offshore oil rig appears to be accidental, but Vick encounters difficulty with the Coast Guard - of which her sister (Jane Lynch) is a member - over jurisdiction. As Shawn finds himself as an unwitting pawn in their sibling rivalry, he finds out why the inspector was killed, and stumbles upon a missing person's case in the process.

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  • S3Ep5: Disco Didn’t Die. It Was Murdered!  8/15/2008   3

    In 1978, Henry achieved his career bust by arresting a man who was plotting to bomb the SBPD. When the culprit's conviction gets overturned, Henry must stay out of sight while Shawn attempts to put the would-be bomber behind bars again, only to realize that the case goes way beyond one man.

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  • S3Ep4: The Greatest Adventure in the History of Basic Cable  9/8/2008   3

    What starts out as a treasure hunt turns into a life or death situation when Shawn's uncle Jack (Steven Weber) arrives in town with a map apparently leading to an ancient Spanish treasure. Gus and Henry get involved, as well as the detectives, when all of Jack's ex-partners show up looking for the treasure, and they all have a bone to pick with him.

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  • S3Ep3: Daredevils!  9/1/2008   3

    Shawn suspects sabotage when he sees a daredevil (Jeff Fahey) almost die during one of his stunts. As he and Gus get into his inner circle, however, they come to realize that there is sabotage involved, but it has nothing to do with someone holding a grudge. Also, Vick tasks O'Hara with a near-impossible task: finding Lassiter a girlfriend.

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  • S3Ep2: Murder?  7/25/2008   3

    At first, no one believes Shawn when he claims that a murder took place at his and Gus's high school reunion, mainly because there's no body. As he puts the pieces together, Shawn must also deal with his old flame Abigail (Rachael Leigh Cook), whom he stood up back in high school, and shows a vulnerable side of himself never seen before. Henry continues to try and reconnect with his ex-wife Madeline (Cybill Shepherd), and in the process shows up at the reunion.

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  • S3Ep1: Ghosts  7/18/2008   3

    Gus's boss (Todd Stashwick) forces him to choose between his pharmaceutical sales job and the Psych agency, so Shawn decides to save both jobs by investigating the home of the company's V.P. (Christopher McDonald), which appears to be haunted. In the meantime, Shawn must deal with the return of his mother Madeleine (Cybill Shepherd), a psychiatrist who is in town to evaluate some of Santa Barbara's finest, including Lassiter.

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Season 2

  • S2Ep16: Shawn (and Gus) of the Dead  2/15/2008   3

    As Karen Vick makes a surprising announcement about her future, a 3,000 year-old mummy disappears from a museum. Shawn reasons that the mummy walked out, leading him and a terrified Gus to believe that an actual mummy is on the loose, even more so after the night watchman is found strangled to death. In the meantime, Henry receives a phone call which prompts Shawn to meet him, "without Gus," and as the second season comes to a close, Shawn's entire world turns on its head.

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  • S2Ep15: Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion  2/8/2008   3

    A fashion designer is electrocuted at his exclusive party. Shawn and Gus go undercover, having gotten into the party by pretending to be models, but Gus is more focused on dating one of the models, leaving Shawn all but completely forgotten. Meanwhile, Chief Karen Vick surprises Henry by bringing her female friend (Amanda Pays) into his house and then leaving them alone. Henry is reluctant to date her, but she proves to get just what she wants. Shawn is left frustrated between solving the case without Gus' help and putting up with Henry's need for dating advice.

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  • S2Ep14: Dis-Lodged  2/1/2008   3

    A high-ranking member of the Monarch Lodge - a secret society in Santa Barbara - is found dead. Henry was once a member himself, and Shawn, having followed him there, believes it was murder. Lassiter discreetly asks Shawn to go undercover, but his soon to be ex-father-in-law (Philip Baker Hall) is the highest ranking member, and the main suspect. For Gus, the case is an opportunity to rack up some prestigious clients.

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  • S2Ep13: Lights, Camera… Homicidio  1/25/2008   3

    A murder is accidentally committed on the set of a telenovela when someone replaced a collapsible prop knife with a real one. As usual, Lassiter considers the case closed. After the star (Matt Cedeno) and head writer (Saul Rubinek) are arrested, Shawn sets out to find the real murderer, and, in the meantime, gain a role on the show.

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  • S2Ep12: The Old and the Restless  1/18/2008   3

    Henry goes undercover at a local retirement community to help Shawn and Gus investigate a resident's disappearance. Even after they find the missing man, others from the same home begin to suffer health problems, and Shawn realizes how a break-in at the community's pharmacy links them all together.

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  • S2Ep11: There’s Something About Mira  1/11/2008   3

    Shawn is shocked to learn that Gus has a wife named Mira (Kerry Washington), whom he drunkenly married in 1997 during Spring Break in Mazatlan. His shock turns to intrigue when Mira's fiancee (Dylan Neal), a private investigator, a stolen refrigerator truck, and a winery come into the picture. In the meantime, O'Hara and Lassiter compete against each other when they learn their scores from their detectives exams.

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  • S2Ep10: Gus’s Dad May Have Killed an Old Guy  12/7/2007   3

    After Gus' parents (Phylicia Rashad and Ernie Hudson) are arrested for murdering an old man around Christmas time, Shawn sets out to prove their innocence, and at the same time show them that he is not a bad influence on Gus. Psych's first annual Christmas special.

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  • S2Ep9: Bounty Hunters!  9/14/2007   3

    When an accused murderer/burglar (W. Earl Brown) escapes custody on Juliet's watch, Shawn and Gus enter the case to track him down, only to realize that he is not guilty of murder, but a childhood-idol bounty hunter (Kevin Sorbo) in Shawn and Gus's youth complicates matters further.

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  • S2Ep8: Rob-a-Bye Baby  9/7/2007   3

    Chief Vick assigns Shawn and Gus to use Shawn's psychic powers to screen a new nanny for her before she loses her mind to sleep deprivation. Though Shawn has his eyes on a string of high-profile robberies -- especially after stumbling on a crime scene where the robbery turned to murder after being picked up for harassing nannies and children in the park -- the chief demands that they focus only on the nanny-search. The two are even fired for dividing their attention -- until Shawn determines that there's a connection between the robberies and the nanny agency.

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  • S2Ep7: If You’re So Smart, Then Why Are You Dead?  8/24/2007   3

    Two students (Jeffrey Tedmori and Calum Worthy) at a school for the gifted suspect a teacher of murder, leading Shawn and Gus to go undercover as lecturers on "Physicics: The Physics of Psychics" in order to discover the truth. Coincidentally, both O'Hara - acting as the primary detective for the first time - and Lassiter are looking into the case as well. For Gus the case is somewhat personal, as he intends to find out why he didn't get into the school.

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  • S2Ep6: Meat Is Murder, But Murder Is Also Murder  8/17/2007   4

    When Gus' Uncle Burton (John Amos) visits, Shawn and Gus are forced to pretend that Gus is a psychic due to a misunderstanding, all during the investigation into a food critic's murder.

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  • S2Ep5: And Down the Stretch Comes Murder  8/10/2007   3

    A childhood nemesis of Gus and Shawn's, who now works as a jockey, turns to them for help in determining why his horses never win, but the investigation soon turns into a murder case when another jockey dies during a race.

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  • S2Ep4: Zero to Murder in Sixty Seconds  8/3/2007   3

    When Lassiter's car is stolen, Shawn manages to track it down to a chop shop with little trouble. However, Shawn is certain that there is more going on and decides to find out what the true crime is.

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  • S2Ep3: Psy vs. Psy  7/27/2007   3

    Shawn may have met his match when an FTD (Federal Treasury Department) agent (Lou Diamond Phillips) brings in a female "psychic" (Bianca Kajlich) to solve a counterfeiting case, but after an attraction develops between the two, Shawn manages to solve the case and prove himself as the 'true' psychic.

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  • S2Ep2: 65 Million Years Off  7/20/2007   3

    The police think Shawn is overreaching when he suspects that a dinosaur killed a man, but when it's revealed that the victim was a paleontologist, suddenly his theory seems feasible.

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  • S2Ep1: American Duos  7/13/2007   3

    Shawn and Gus protect a Simon Cowell-esque judge (Tim Curry) from an American Idol style reality show after multiple failed assassination attempts, but it's soon obvious that his massive ego and sarcastic remarks will make it difficult to narrow down the suspect list

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