Psych

Game Set… Muuurder?

Season 1, Ep 13, Aired 2/16/07
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  • Episode Description
  • Lonely and bored, Shawn convinces Juliet to give him a shot with a case involving a missing tennis star, but first he has to spring an unwilling Gus from a corporate retreat.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Corbin Bernsen

    Henry Spencer

  • Dule Hill

    Burton Guster

  • James Roday

    Shawn Spencer

  • Kirsten Nelson

    Karen Vick

  • Maggie Lawson

    Juliet O'Hara

  • Fan Reviews (10)
  • Game Set...Muuurder?

    By AJLane-TCP, Apr 02, 2012

  • this was a good ep

    By cube2k8, May 14, 2010

  • Shawn is bored. Gus is out of town at a retreat and Shawn has no case to work on so he gets himself invited into a case involving a missing tennis pro. It seems she was suppose to go to Tokyo to play but she disappeared right before the trip.

    By jyarter, Jun 28, 2009

  • Wow, this show continues to amaze. This episode was great.

    By SweetMissJaye, Jun 12, 2008

  • Who killed the tennis player?

    By WolfTigerG, Mar 28, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (21)

    • Gus: (in a mysterious voice, looking into the distance) Maybe someone saw her with her mystery lover. (normal voice) How'd that sound? Shawn: Feels like you're pushing... you're pressing...

    • Landlord: What the hell is going on? Shawn: Nothing, man. Landlord: Nothing? (Looks at Gus, lying on the ground) Is that guy dead? Shawn: (Gives a frustrated sigh) Ugh, damn it. Now you've seen too much! Landlord: (Nervously, looking away from Gus) I didn't see anything. Shawn: Yeah! You did! You're in this just as deep as I am now, we're going to have to work together. Landlord: .. Okay. Shawn: I assume this building has an incinerator, yeah? Landlord: Yeah. Shawn: Okay, so we just have to chop up the body and uh, put the limbs in little plastic baggies, and the torso we're going to have to melt down with a blow torch-- Gus: Okay, I've heard enough. (Gets up) Landlord: Oh, jeez! (Runs out)

    • Tennis Girl: You know what her weakness was... Shawn: Kittens?

    • Shawn: That's funny, it sounded like someone just said sharing stick dude get out of there!

    • Juliet: Shawn, I can't just give you a case because Gus is out of town this weekend and you're lonely. Shawn: Fine, maybe together we can figure out how I can be less lonely. Wait, I'm getting something... baby oil (Juliet walks away)

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    Notes (1)

    • International Airdates: Germany – 19 February 2008 on RTL Czech Republic – 20 August 2008 on Prima Finland – 30 March 2009 on MTV3

    Trivia (1)

    • Psych-Out: Much to the annoyance (and probably delight) of Interim Chief Vick, Shawn acts out a hypothetical conversation between Felix and Deanna that involves both falsetto and a piñata.

    Allusions (6)

    • Shawn: The spirits can be Bashful, sometimes Grumpy, Sleepy, Dopey, Sneezy..."
      Shawn names five of the seven dwarfs from the Disney film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Doc and Happy are missing).

    • Show: Star Trek: The Next Generation The missing girl's name, "Deanna Sirtis," pairs one of the shows' character's first name with the last name of the actor who portrayed her. "Deanna Troi" was played by Marina Sirtis.

    • Shawn: Yes, I worked on the Mono-Theo-Huxtable drug? It's for Pancake-reactive Function. A reference to The Cosby Show character Theodore "Theo" Huxtable.

    • Shawn: Hey, I can project Tommy Lee Jones from The Fugitive. The Fugitive is a 1993 movie based on the television series of the same name. The movie stars Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones.

    • Gus: Wait a second, this is my Airwolf windbreaker. Shawn: Nobody had an Airwolf jacket except, Jan-Michael Vincent. Airwolf is an American television series created by Donald P. Bellisario, and starring Jan-Michael Vincent as Stringfellow Hawke.

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