Season 3, Ep 2, Aired 7/25/08
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  • Episode Description
  • Shawn and Gus attend their high school reunion. Shawn sees a body fly past a window, but on further inspection the body has vanished. When Gus assumes the worst, and Lassiter refuses to help, Shawn seeks assistance from Juliet.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dule Hill

    Burton Guster

  • Rachael Leigh Cook

    Abigail Lytar

  • Janet Varney

    Mindy Howland

  • Timothy Omundson

    Carlton Lassiter

  • Benjamin Ayres

    Howie Tolkin

  • Fan Reviews (16)
  • Murder?...Anyone?...Anyone?...Bueller?

    By AJLane-TCP, Apr 14, 2012

  • Shawn and Gus solve a murder mystery at their high school reunion!

    By SweetMissJaye, Aug 11, 2008

  • AWESOME!!!!!!! Rachel Leigh Cook, nearly naked!!!

    By winzentween, Aug 11, 2008

  • ok episode...

    By Fwirrel, Aug 20, 2008

  • best season 3 episode yet!

    By nestosmells, Sep 14, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • Abigail: (listening to Shawn and Gus argue) Oh, wait… I get it. You guys are dating. You're together. Everything makes sense. Gus: We are not dating! Shawn: You kidding me? He was voted "Most Likely to Succeed." Think he's going to date me?

    • Henry: Life is not made up of a single moment, it's made up of a gazillion moments. What defines us is the choice we make in the next moment, and the one after that. These moments, Shawn, they're happening, they're all around us all the time. You're having one right now.

    • Shawn: (after kissing Abigail) That was … really nice. Abigail: Pretty much perfect. Shawn: Yeah … (sees Juliet across the room) Pretty much … perfect.

    • Gus: Dear Leland Bosseigh High Administrative Board, We accept that you're withholding our deposit of fifteen hundred dollars for damages. We also accept that you just see us as you wanna see us, in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions: a snarky psychic, an uptight pharmaceutical salesman, a pretty female blonde detective, and a not-so-pretty, unusually lanky detective. But each of us is all of those things. Plus, our normal fee for solving a murder in one meaningful evening is twice that, so enclosed is a bill for three thousand dollars. Please remit payment in the form of a check made out simply to Psych.

    • Gus: I mean, what have I done in my life that anyone would say was great? Shawn: Dude, the perfect cocoa roundness of your head alone makes you great.

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    Notes (4)

    • International Episode Titles: Czech Republic – "Třídní setkání po 13 letech" (Class reunion after 13 years)

    • Original International Air Dates: Finland – September 7, 2009 on MTV3 Slovakia – August 15, 2010 on Markiza Czech Republic – May 14, 2011 on Prima COOL

    • Featured Music "Come On Eileen" by Dexys Midnight Runners "If You Were Here" by the Cary Brothers "Love Is a Battlefield" by Pat Benatar "On and On" by The Longpigs "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds

    • Cybill Shepherd (Madeleine) is credited as a special guest star.

    Trivia (6)

    • This episode's fascination with 80s movies like The Breakfast Club seems a bit odd, given that Shawn and Gus supposedly graduated in 1995. This means they would have been in second grade when The Breakfast Club came out in February 1985, and just finishing third grade when Ferris Bueller's Day Off opened in June 1986.

    • Trivia: Shawn and Gus have been best friends since they were 5.

    • Pineapple Spotting: In the opening scene there is a pineapple on the table behind Burton, and there are pineapples on the greeting table. There is also a pineapple on Henry's kitchen counter when he calls Madeleine.

    • On the incident report that Juliet reads to Shawn and Gus in the station, the victim is named Michael McMurray. Michael McMurray is the Director of Photography.

    • From this episode we learn that Shawn and Gus are 31 years old and Henry, Shawn's father is 53 years old, in 2008.

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    Allusions (8)

    • Shawn: Good talk, Dad. I gotta run. Actually, there is one more thing. Do you think I could borrow your underpants? Referencing Sixteen Candles (1984). The movie stars Molly Ringwald as Samantha Baker; Anthony Michael Hall as Farmer Ted; and Michael Schoeffling as Jake Ryan.

    • Shawn: Are we back in business, partner? (quietly) Milo and Otis. Gus: I get to be Otis? Shawn: That's a given. Referencing The Adventures of Milo and Otis (1986). The movie follows two animals, Milo, a cat, and Otis, a dog, who grew up together on the same farm. After being separated while playing, the two animals arduously search for each other.

    • Shawn: Duckie! Referencing Pretty In Pink (1986). Shawn is alluding to the fact that the situation resembles the three-way love triangle in Pretty In Pink where Duckie is the loser who doesn't get the girl.

    • Shawn: (to Gus) The games were on Fridays. That would mean missing Step by Step. Referencing Step by Step (1991-1998), an American sitcom that originally aired on ABC for six seasons (20 September 1991 to 15 August 1997). The show moved to CBS for its seventh and final season (19 September 1997 to 26 June 1998).

    • The Breakfast Club There are multiple references to The Breakfast Club (1985): • Shawn wears a picture of Judd Nelson on his badge as his high school graduation photo. • Shawn re-enacts several dance steps and poses from the movie while on the rooftop with Abigail. • Shawn's delivery of the word "scholarship" mimics Judd Nelson's delivery • Shawn asks Howie, "When will you find time to tape Larry Lester's butt cheeks together?". In The Breakfast Club, Andrew Clark was in detention for beating and taping Larry Lester's buttocks together. • Refers to a scene in the film when Shawn replies to Gus, "Yeah, or we can meet back here and give each other makeovers to Karla DeVito's 'We Are Not Alone.' It's your choice." • Gus delivers a voice-over monologue at the end of the show styled after the letter the Breakfast Club members are required to write as part of their suspension. • The ending scene where Shawn is walking on the football field in a long trench coat mirrors the final scene from The Breakfast Club.

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