Shawn's Alias: Die Hard
Gus' Alias: Die Harder, Scorch Macintosh
Pineapple Spotting: Paper pineapple is carried by an inflatable palm tree during the carnival scene.
Dutch: Ain't nobody tellin' me I can't do anything no more!
Gus: (to Shawn) I think that was the worst English I've ever heard.
Juliet: (about Lassiter's date) You told the dead clown story, didn't you?
Lassiter: What? That is a funny story.
Juliet: Clowns are funny. Stories about them being shot to death? Not so much. Please tell me you didn't draw a diagram of the bullet holes.
Lassiter: Wha- there were crayons on the table. What was I supposed to do?
Juliet: You took her to a restaurant that had crayons on the table?
Juliet: I have to find Lassiter a date for the weekend. I've narrowed it down to three prospective candidates.
Shawn: Jules, why would you possibly want to jump into that snake pit?
Juliet: Vick ordered me to.
Shawn: All right. Would you like me to give your candidates the psychic once over?
Juliet: If you have to.
Shawn: I'm sensing it'll be easier to get a stranger to go out with him than someone he works with.
Gus: Or knows him.
Shawn: Or has ever had a conversation with him.
Gus: Or he hasn't shot.
Shawn: One more question. Are we locked into the same species?
Gus: (to Lewis) You're guilty of attempted patricide!
Shawn: And you tried to kill your own dad!
Gus: What is all this?
Shawn: Those are forms that must be filled out so that we can be diehards. Just sign them.
Gus: These "release the employer from any liability in case the stunt tester is torn to shreds". Stunt tester? Is that what we're doing? Are you crazy?
Dutch: Okay, you boys got the job. (he bangs his fist on the table) Oh damn!
Gus: Did you just break your wrist?
Dutch: Yeah, well, it's okay. Nothing busted through the skin.
McNab: What's wrong?
Juliet: Chief just gave me some really weird advice.
McNab: Huh, what does she want?
Juliet: Well, I can't be sure, but I think she wants me to find Lassiter a girlfriend.
(Carlton is talking to a woman in his car during a stakeout.)
Juliet: What are you doing?
Lassiter: Oh, I'm just talking to your friend, Blair, here; she… she's great. We have so much in common.
Juliet: She's not my friend.
Lassiter: What do you mean? You didn't send her down here to meet me?
Juliet: No. I don't invite friends to dangerous stakeouts. But I know her. She's a professional.
Lassiter: (turns to Blair) Please tell me you're a hit-man.
Gus: Excuse me, what happened to the last bunch?
Dutch: Well, we can't talk about it for legal reasons. All I know is our attorney said that, "It ain't decapitation if the head don't come off all the way".
Shawn: Life insurance policy?
Gus: It doesn't make any sense.
Shawn: Tell me about it. (pause) Dude, seriously, tell me about it. I have no idea what this means.
Gus: You never could understand legalese.
Shawn: Oh really? Remind me who it was who set up our Psych 401K?
Gus: Oh, you mean our 601Ks? Because India doesn't have 401Ks.
Shawn: It's a growth economy, Gus. We've already made, like, 500 rupee.
Gus: That's thirteen dollars.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic "Jízda smrti" (Death Ride)
Original International Air Dates:
Finland September 14, 2009 on MTV3
Slovakia August 22, 2010 on Markiza
Czech Republic May 15, 2011 on Prima COOL
Juliet: Is that a real story?
Chief Vick: Maybe it is, maybe I saw it on an old Police Woman re-run. The point is, O'Hara, sometimes it's up to the cop's partner to keep their head above water, huh. To do what's necessary; to make sure that they stay on course. Get me?
Referencing Police Woman (1974-1978), an NBC crime drama created by Robert E. Collins starring Angie Dickinson as tough, no-nonsense Sgt. Suzanne "Pepper" Anderson.
Shawn: They call this a motorcycle show? There's like four motorcycles here. They don't even have the bike from Blue Thunder.
Gus: That was a helicopter.
Referencing Blue Thunder (1983), starring Roy Scheider and directed by Jogn Badham. The movie spawned a spin-off television series in 1984.
Shawn: ... [Dutch] jumped Springfield Gorge.
Gus: That was Homer Simpson.
Referencing The Simpsons (1989–), a FOX animated sitcom. Homer Simpson, an overweight and incompetent father character, is voiced by Dan Castellaneta. Shawn is specifically referring to "Bart the Daredevil", the eighth episode of The Simpsons' second season.
Shawn: Dude, you don't remember Dutch the Clutch. He was on That's Incredible once when we were kids...
Referencing That's Incredible (1980–1984), an ABC reality series hosted by John Davison, Frank Tarkenton and Cathy Lee Crosby.
Shawn: And then he said, "Purple camel Lawnmower Man".
Referencing The Lawnmower Man (1992). Episode guest star Jeff Fahey starred as Jobe Smith, a mentally retarded lawnmower man.
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