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.
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.
Shawn and Gus assist Lassie with trying to solving a cold case from 1967, that could lead to a big promotion for Lassie.
Gus investigates the apparent suicide of a man who's life is nearly identical to his, and becomes enamored of the private investigator he meets during the case.
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.
During Sandra Panitch's trial, Gus and Shawn investigate the murder she allegedly committed.
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.
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.