Brannigan's super efficiency and preternatural detective skills allow Shawn to think about his long-term goals; Gus settles into his new job, with mixed results; and Henry dabbles with retirement careers that may involve the Psych agency or a classroom. Meanwhile, Lassiter hands out promotions at the station.moreless
Gus' night terrors send him to a dream therapy clinic where he discovers a new form of terror.
Excited when he is invited to a paranormal convention, Shawn is unprepared for the opening event when the keynote speaker dies on the stage. But with a crowd of police consultants in the room, the murder will be solved...once everyone and their personalized techniques can find a way to work together.moreless
After the owner of a favorite food truck is murdered, Shawn and Gus vow to catch the person who deprived them of sustenance. They decide to go undercover with their own truck, and suddenly are thrust into the cut-throat competition and secrets behind the scenes of the industry.moreless
Shawn and Gus take a shot at solving a cold case from 1967 when a retired backup singer hires them to find the truth.
Jack is disappointed because a coal miner suddenly likes Elizabeth, causing Jack to keep an eye on the coal miner and wonder what his motive might be. Abigail gives comfort to a widow who is about to have a baby.
Gus investigates a man who has replicated Gus' life and is enamored of the private investigator he meets during the case.
Elizabeth and Jack get to know each other after he finds oil that points to a widow to possibly burning the church. Elizabeth gets a lead from a student that could put her in danger as she learns the widow had planned to marry after her husband died.
A desperate man takes Woody hostage to prove he did not kill the victim in the morgue; and Shawn, Gus, Lassiter and Juliet try to resolve the situation peacefully. Trout, however, has other plans that may put Woody in mortal danger.moreless
Elizabeth tries to get a student to talk about the accident. As Jack looks in the cause of the fire, Elizabeth’s student is missing and has a lot to tell.
During Sandra Panitch's trial, Gus and Shawn investigate the murder she allegedly committed.
Coal Valley gets more bad news, new miners come to town and now the families that live in those homes have to move out. The women come up with a way to stay in Coal Valley. The plan could put the women in danger. Elizabeth Thatcher comes up with a different plan that will hopefully save their homes.moreless
Deprived of their bread and butter from SBPD, Shawn and Gus decide to take the agency in a new direction. Surprisingly, their first client is Lassiter, who asks them to assist on a case involving the interim chief. Trout, meanwhile, must deal with his mother.moreless
Coal Valley finds something at the mining site that has the town upset and wondering who wrote the message on the plank. The townspeople learn loved ones that died in the accident have been found.moreless
Shawn tags along with Gus to London for a Harry Potter Convention, but they are sidetracked by Interpol for an undercover assignment and reunion with a familiar face.
A deranged playwright who kills critics escapes from lockup, and Shawn and Gus must find him before he murders again. The case, however, takes a musical turn.
A consultant is brought in to evaluate everyone's effectiveness as detectives, but their alleged misdeeds are matched only by the quirkiness of the consultant.
A plastic surgery patient is dead and Shawn and Gus suspect a local surgeon who inconveniently—or maybe conveniently—happens to be someone whom Henry used to date.
When Shawn and Gus' favorite DJ is murdered, they devise a scheme to find the perpetrator. Of course it means they must go undercover as DJs themselves.
Shawn scrambles to cover for Gus when he inadvertently corrupts a crime scene and makes himself the prime suspect.
A surfing accident creates a mayoral vacancy and Shawn decides political office may be his road to legitimacy.
Shawn is his usual suspicious self about the new person in Juliet's life. Only this time he takes it a step further. He suspects the friend of murder. Elsewhere, he spends quality time with Woody.moreless
Rather than party after the successful conclusion of his case, Shawn turns unusually introspective. He re-examines every decision made to determine if he could have changed the outcome.
Lassiter's long wait is finally over, and Marlowe has said "yes" to his proposal and a quick—but mostly tasteful—wedding at a casino resort. But first up is the bachelor party Lassiter didn't want, and how to deal with the crime lord seen at the casino who could end Lassiter's dream.moreless
Gus' fun day at the circus with Rachel's son Maximus takes a turn for the serious.
A VIP party thrown by a has-been rock star turns into a murder mystery weekend for Shawn and Gus.
Juliet's stepfather comes to town, and Shawn is determined to forge a relationship between the two dad. He just didn't think it would require a trip to Mexico to find Lloyd and his father after they are abducted.moreless
The Bigfoot legend lures Shawn and Gus from civilization to the wilds when they join film students on their quest to document its existence.
Shawn has a number of reasons for his jealousy. He's unhappy with Juliet's latest assignment, an undercover operation against an online dating site. And Gus isn't at his beck and call anymore. He's at his new girlfriend's disposal.moreless
In the aftermath of the shooting, Shawn vows to catch the shooter and anyone who helped in the heinous plot. He embarks on a campaign of breaking and entering—mostly breaking—with Gus' reluctant assistance to explosive results. Meanwhile, Woody does his best vulture impression, while Henry struggles to survive his wounds and Chelsea's overly solicitous return.moreless