Special Agent Lars Ewing
Goof: Investigations of counterfeiting fall under the jurisdiction of the Secret Service, which is a branch of Homeland Security as of 2003, not the Treasury Department. Even before 2003 an agent would most likely have identified himself as Secret Service, not Treasury.
Pineapple Spotting: Shawn is making a pineapple upside-down cakethat is not upside-down in an Easy-Bake Oven when the other psychic visits the psych office.
Goof: When Agent Ewing says that his listening device is attached to "a Mildred," Lassiter says that "Mildred" is probably an anagram. In actuality, he believed it was an acronym ("M.I.L.D.R.E.D."), not an anagram.
Goof: Lindsay's case lands on its front when Shawn kicks it over; in the next shot, without anybody touching it, the bag is on its back.
Nitpick: Shawn claims that 700 hours is almost 20 days but it is almost 30 days.
Nitpick: When Shawn is outside the Psych office talking to Gus about how the other psychic is bothering him, there are two guys standing in the background leaning against the rail. In the next shot, there is only one guy, then it switches back to two guys in the very next shot.
Juliet: (talking about Agent Ewing) I mean please. Do you think I wanted to pick up my phone at 2am and hear his voice, all gravelly and masculine. Probably called from the hotel. Maybe just got out of the shower. Finished with a swim, dripping wet.
Chief Vick: Just catch Mr. Spencer and Mr. Guster up on what Ms. Leiken was able to figure out.
Shawn: Dad I'm confused, these are plans for a wet bar.
Henry: Yeah, that's right, for entertaining.
Shawn: Right, but I don't see anywhere in the plans, the portal into 1976.
Shawn: Oh just one more thing. You might want to check the cash from the dealership cause it's not all counterfeit.
Agent Ewing: That's ridiculous. If I had learned to laugh as a child I would right now.
Shawn: All right. Lets get to work.
Shawn: This well be good.
Gus: It will?
Shawn: Work is good Gus. Work is glorious. Work is the breath of life. (picks up a drill and looks at it) What is this?
Gus: It's a drill.
Shawn: Of course it is don't be ridiculous.
Shawn: Wait a minute. You're not Lassie
Agent Ewing: Well, I don't know what a Lassie is, but I'm not it. Special Agent Lars Ewing, with the FTD.
Shawn: You're a special florist?
Agent Ewing: Federal Treasury Department.
Agent Ewing: This goes against every federal bone in my body, but who are you?
Shawn: I'm not familiar with the Federal Bone. Does that connect to the hip bone or the knee bone?
Agent Ewing: I can tell you what the knee bone is gonna connect with if you don't get out of my way.
Gus: I'm gonna guess, not the funny bone?
Leikin: So this is what a psychic detective office looks like. You know I always imagine... does something smell like pineapple?
Shawn: Pineapple upside-down cake, would you like some? Wait, before you answer that, are you a fan of delicious flavor?
Gus: Shawn, I think we're not welcome here.
Shawn: Gus don't be a paranoid schizophrenic, we're always welcome here.
Shawn: (looks around at everyone and sees they won't make eye contact) Oh my God, we're not welcome.
Shawn: You give a bad name to psychics like me who pride themselves on the purity of that gift. There are so many people out there who already doubt what we do. Now you've given them all a reason to think that we're fakes.
Lindsay: Well you were wrong about one thing Shawn. Ugh, I didn't sleep with you because you were my enemy, I did it because I really thought we had something.
Shawn: Okay, first of all a little discretion would be nice, alright. I mean these are, these are my co-workers.
Lassiter: What color is that suit?
Agent Ewing: Black.
Lassiter: Really? It seems blacker than black.
Agent Ewing: It's Washington black.
Chief: We will meet at the Home Depot tomorrow.
Agent Ewing: Let's say 0700 hours.
Shawn: 700 hours is almost 20 days shouldn't we act sooner?
Shawn: You sicken me. I'm sickened. I mean sure, I'm still wildly attracted to you in a physical way. Spiritually, psychically, you're dead to me.
Chief Vick: Mr Spencer. This is Special Agent Ewing from the treasury department in Washington.
Shawn: Yes. We sniffed one another in the hallway.
Original International Air Dates:
Israel January 28, 2008 on YES Stars 2
Finland May 4, 2009 on MTV3
Slovakia June 27, 2010 on Markiza
Australia July 26, 2010 on TV1
Czech Republic November 27, 2010 on Prima
"True" by Spandau Ballet
Shawn: Waiting for Godot? Guffman? Waiting to Exhale?
Shawn runs through his short list of "waiting" titles. Waiting for Godot, a play by Samuel Beckett about two men who wait endlessly for another man; Waiting for Guffman, the 1996 Christopher Guest film about a small town that puts on a play; and Waiting to Exhale, the 1995 Forest Whitaker film about a woman who allows herself to love.
Shawn: (looking at Lindsay Leiken sitting on the bench in the police station) Waiting for Godot?
Waiting for Godot is a play by Samuel Beckett originally written in French and called En Attendant Godot. The characters spend the entire play waiting for someone named Godot who never shows up or may not even exist. The play is part of the theater of the absurd/existentialism movement of the 50s and 60s.
Shawn: It's about Me vs. Her. Ecks vs. Sever. Joe vs. The Volcano.
Ecks vs. Sever is a 2002 movie starring Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu. Joe Versus the Volcano is a 1990 movie starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.
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