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"Psych" is a quick-witted comedy starring James Roday as young police consultant Shawn Spencer, who solves crimes with powers of observation so acute that Santa Barbara PD detectives think he's psychic. Psych also stars Dule Hill as Shawn's best friend and reluctant sidekick, Gus, and Corbin Bernsen as Shawn's disapproving father, Henry, who ironically was the one who honed his son's "observation" skills as a child.
We pick up where we left off at the end of last season -- Shawn has just realized his father's life is in danger. He rushes to find him, but it's too late. One of Henry's old partners, Jerry Carp, has already shot Henry because Henry found out Jerry was involved in a police scandal years ago, and Jerry needed to keep Henry quiet. Shawn rushes Henry to the hospital. After Henry makes it out of surgery okay, Juliet urges Shawn to not get involved with catching Henry's shooter. Shawn doesn't listen; he recruits Gus and they set out to find and arrest Carp.
Madeline and Shawn bring Henry back from the hospital. Madeline says she can only stay a couple days and that it is her wish that Shawn take care of Henry after she leaves.
In a "found footage" style episode, Shawn and Gus join two student filmmakers, Kate and Chavo, in their attempt to make a documentary on the discovery of Bigfoot. They plan on using the finished product to win the Student Academy Award. We learn that Shawn found Kate and Chavo's blog while searching the Internet for "Harry and the Hendersons." Once Shawn discovered Kate and Chavo's plan to find Bigfoot in the woods of Santa Barbara, he asked to be a part of it. But Shawn knew Gus wouldn't join in on the fun unless he was lead into the forest under false pretenses. So he told Gus that he's taking him to a special barbeque joint in the middle of the forest.
We open on Shawn and Juliet's new apartment. They have just moved in together and are hosting a housewarming party. Among the people in attendance are Juliet's mom Maryanne and her stepfather Lloyd, an accountant. Shawn thinks it would be a great idea for Henry and Lloyd to become friends. Juliet agrees, but doesn't think they should push it; she thinks they should let a friendship between the two happen naturally. But Shawn doesn't listen and decides to go ahead and set up a lunch date for Henry and Lloyd.
In a flashback to 2006, Shawn and Gus are backstage at a "Billy Lipps & The Guys Behind Me" concert. The second Billy gets off stage, Lassiter is there to inform Billy that the SBPD is bringing him in for questioning regarding the murder of Melinda Lane - a woman who drowned in the pool at his mansion years ago. Billy's biography just came out and apparently there is information that points to Billy being the murderer. In that moment, Shawn and Gus urge Billy to somehow exonerate himself, but Billy has no explanation or alibi. He doesn't even remember what really happened that night. Lassiter has no choice but to arrest him.
Shawn gets a visit from a woman named Zola, a contortionist from a show called Le Cirque, needing help locating the star member of their troupe, Francois. Shawn agrees to meet her at their fairgrounds later that day to get a psychic reading on the place.
We open on Chief Vick giving a briefing on a local crime boss named Max Rizzo, or "Max the Axe." She tells the group that Herb Pollock, Rizzo's long time accountant, fled Rizzo's organization with a sizeable amount of Rizzo's cash in addition to copies of all of his financial records. The chief informs them that if they can get to Herb, they can get to Rizzo and finally take him and his organization down for good.
We come up on Shawn, lying down in the Psych Office, wondering what just happened at Lassiter's wedding. Did Juliet really just find out he wasn't a psychic from a piece of paper she found in his jacket? Or was it all just a horrible dream? From there, the episode unfolds in the style of the film "Sliding Doors," as Shawn experiences two separate timelines set off by a "what if?" scenario. One timeline shows what would have happened if Juliet never found out that Shawn wasn't psychic; it shows them happy, in love and thinking about the next step in their relationship. The other timeline shows what really happened -- that Juliet did in fact find out Shawn wasn't a psychic. Throughout the episode, Shawn, Gus, Juliet, Lassiter and Chief Vick follow the same murder case in both timelines, and arrive at the same conclusion in both timelines, but the investigative beats they each take to get there are presented differently.
Shawn and Juliet have broken up, and Shawn is moving out of their shared home. Juliet tells Shawn she placed an ad on Craigslist for a new roommate and Shawn is immediately alarmed. He believes Craigslist is a cesspool filled with psychos and that Juliet has put herself in danger in doing so. Juliet insists that Shawn is overreacting and that she can take care of herself. Before Shawn leaves, he tells Jules that he still loves her and that he isn't going to give up on them. This is especially hard on Juliet because she still loves Shawn too, but she needs more time to get over the fact that he lied to her about being psychic.
We open on the Santa Barbara Mayor, Gavin Channing, thanking our guys at the SBPD for keeping crime at an all time low. Shawn and Mayor Channing instantly hit it off, and he invites Shawn over for brunch at his beach house. Shawn and Gus show up the next day, but upon arrival they learn that Mayor Channing is dead, his body having just washed up on the shore.
Shawn gets a middle-of-the-night visit from a frantic Gus telling him that he "screwed up bad." Gus tells Shawn that he finally stood up to his horrible boss Dorian Creech and gave him his letter of resignation with the some threatening words written at the bottom. Before Shawn can congratulate Gus on his uncharacteristic assertiveness, Gus drops a bomb. Gus explains that he later returned to the office to rescind his resignation and found Creech stabbed to death in his office, clutching the note Gus had written to him earlier. Gus explains that he panicked, grabbed the note from Creech's dead hands and ate it. But then he started to choke on it, and things got out of control. Gus explains that he accidentally ruined the crime scene and made it look like he was the one who killed Creech. Shawn tells Gus to calm down and that they will head to the office and have a look.
Right before Rachael is about to tell Gus she is headed back to England for six months, Shawn and Gus learn that their favorite radio DJ, Crock Daniels, has been shot and killed. They rush over to his studio to investigate. There, they discover that Syd the sound engineer got knocked out by Crock's attacker, but is still alive. They then meet Miranda Sherrod, the station's attractive manager who immediately takes a liking to Gus. She leads our guys to their first suspect: a man named Dean Ballou, Crock's old morning show partner.
At the top of the episode Henry finds the dead body of a beautiful woman in the woods. Even though Henry is technically retired from police work, he becomes invested in the case. But when Shawn, Gus and the SBPD get involved, Henry's presence on the case is less than welcomed. Since retirement, Henry has been seen as a guy too far removed from the game to be an actual player.
An eccentric police consultant is brought into the SBPD to interview Shawn, Gus, Lassiter and Juliet about their seemingly poor police work on a tough case.
Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) dive into a world that's equal parts mystery and melody to track down an escaped playwright mad man, Z (Anthony Rapp, "Rent"), who six years earlier was deemed criminally insane after locking a critic in a back room of the theatre that he burnt to the ground.
(Summary via IMDB written by: Anonymous)
Timothy Omundson(Carlton Lassiter)
Corbin Bernsen(Henry Spencer)
Kirsten Nelson(Chief Karen Vick)
Maggie Lawson(Juliet O'Hara)
James Roday(Shawn Spencer)
Dulé Hill(Burton 'Gus' Guster)
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