Psych

Season 5 Episode 10

Extradition II: The Actual Extradition Part

5
Aired Friday 10:00 PM Nov 10, 2010 on USA
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Shawn and Gus return to Vancouver to see Despereaux in prison. When Despereaux escapes, he is framed of murder and asks Shawn and Gus to clear his name.

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  • 11/10

    6.5
    Psych is back and I for one could not be happier. I wish we had a Nestor Carbonell return, but I knew not to put my hopes up for that.



    Some of the Desperaux moments were funny, but overall this was a pretty dull start to the season. The scenes were just too over the top and too ridiculous and I know that writing that statement about this show is over the top and ridiculous, but it is true. I know that I was starting to lose interest about 20 minutes in.



    Funny episode to an extent, but you expect better from this show.moreless
Cary Elwes

Cary Elwes

Pierre Despereaux

Guest Star

Peter Oldring

Peter Oldring

Cpl. Robert Mackintosh

Guest Star

Ed Lauter

Ed Lauter

Deputy Commissioner Ed Dykstra

Guest Star

Sage Brocklebank

Sage Brocklebank

Buzz McNab

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Pineapple Spotting: A glass pineapple sitting on the hotel room bar seen as Despereaux makes his cocktail.

    • Psych-out: There are back and forth switches between Dulé (Gus) making up passwords and Cary Elwes (Despereaux) making exclamations about how he was set up.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Shawn: I need to speak with you, though. You and I, before you head off to Italy with Declan and get all caught up in the magic of Barcelona and the running of the bulls.
      Juliet: You do know where Italy is, right Shawn?

    • Shawn: We can't get this computer to work.
      Gus: I told you his password wasn't "senior whopperpants."
      Shawn: It was worth a shot Gus.

    • Shawn: Can I just say what I came here to say? Please? (pause) I have a motorcycle.
      Juliet: Yes, you do.
      Shawn: Yes, I do. And you know what? It is the purest form of freedom that I have ever experienced. You zip through traffic. You park anywhere. You never have to take anyone to the airport. You certainly don't have to help anyone move. Easily the best purchase I've ever made in my life, and I've never regretted it for one second.
      Juliet: Great. You love your motorcycle. Is there a point to this?
      Shawn: Yeah, there's a point. The point is, since I met you, I (short pause) I've been thinking about getting a car.
      Juliet: (smiling) And you're not thinking something practical or sensible?
      Shawn: God, no, I'm not throwing in the towel altogether.
      (Shawn and Juliet kiss)

    • Shawn: Dad?
      Henry: Yes?
      Shawn: Can we never have this conversation again?
      Henry: We can certainly try.

    • (About Shawn's unexpressed feelings for Juliet.)
      Shawn: I shared that with Gus in the men's room at the Red Robin. Where were you hiding?
      Henry: You butt-dialed me.
      Shawn: And you listened?

    • (Mackintosh chases Shawn around the bushes.)
      Deputy Commissioner Ed Dykstra: Is this how they do things in the states?
      Lassiter: No, usually it's much less professional.

    • Despereaux: Well, gentlemen, I need you to know that I am capable of all the things you thought I could do, and more, and I'd like the opportunity to prove it to you.
      Gus: You don't have to prove to us that you're a great criminal.
      Despereaux: I want to.
      Gus: You shouldn't.
      Despereaux: But I will!

    • Shawn: Now speak to the judge… I don't love you anymore.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Shawn: Where does he get those wonderful toys?
      This is a reference to Tim Burton's 1989 film Batman, in which Nicholson's Joker says the same line after Batman swings in with his grappling hook.

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