Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions
(Henry has once again denied Psych a job.)
Shawn: You have had five opportunities to hire us, now what is this really about?
Henry: Are you familiar with the term "persona non grata"?
Shawn: Why are we talking about food?
Henry: Shawn, there's a reason they created the position I'm in! You burned a lot of bridges around here—
Shawn: Here we go—
Henry: You made a lot of sloppy mistakes. You're gonna have to earn your way back. Things are gonna be different now.
Shawn: So unfair.
Henry: Is it?
Shawn: Yeah, my results speak for themselves, you just hold me to a different standard.
Henry: I-I do not.
Shawn: You buried my Easter eggs five feet underground.
Henry: And I left loose dirt to indicate a fresh dig.
Shawn: Yeah, under a camouflage tarp, covered with bricks and broken glass!
Henry: That was the giveaway!
(Shawn just looks at him)
Henry: Oh, par– pardon me for trying to challenge you.
Shawn: It took me three weeks to "close" the egg investigation. I was eight!
Henry: Yeah, well just so you know, there's still two eggs you haven't found.
Shawn: You're sick.
Orginal International Airdates:
Finland: May 20, 2013 on MTV3
The episode was dedicated "In Loving Memory of Jim Nelson."
Crew Transitions: Todd Harthan (Crash, Skinwalkers) joins the writing team as a consulting producer, Andy Berman moves from supervising to co-executive producer, Tim Meltreger moves from story editor to executive story editor. Janelle Lopez moves from post production coordinator to post production supervisor, and Scott Sebert is promoted from post production assistant to post production coordinator. Writer Anupam Nigam and associate producer (post production) Tim Micsko are no longer with the show.
This episode ran from 10-11:05 pm E/P. The extra time was used at the end for a gag reel that was interspersed with extra footage from the two fight scenes, again set to Weezer's "Dope Nose."
Featured Music: "Dope Nose" by Weezer
When Juliet is talking to Shawn and Gus at City Hall, between the front and back shots, the position of her arms changes, and the papers in her hands disappear and reappear.
Psych-out: Gag reel from the "get back up on the horse" scene with Shawn, Gus and Juliet.
Pineapple Spotting: A decoration with a long red tassel hanging at the Santa Barbara Chinatown Festival at the beginning of the episode.
Shawn: You know Romeo and Juliet, right? DiCaprio? Danes? Aside from being a famous play by William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet was adapted into a movie in a modern setting by Baz Luhrman, which starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes as the title characters.