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Season 6 Episode 3

This Episode Sucks

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Oct 26, 2011 on USA
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Episode Summary

Shawn and Gus help SBPD investigate an exsanguinated body and, as luck would have it, Lassiter's mysterious new lady friend.

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  • 603

    I agree with the title, this episode does suck. I will give you that the first two installments of the season were good, but this really was boring. Odd plot, almost Castle like except you have to think Natahn Fillion would have had some funnier lines than James Roday had here, and too much emphasis on Lassiter, who while he has been good this season, was not properly used tonight. That Grey's Anatomy like ending? What was that about?

    Henry making the JWoww reference was funny, but come on, this was a bad Psych.moreless
  • This episode is everything but Sucks!

    A Halloween-ish style episode that starts out with Lacy in a bar and someone hitting on him! Which is extra-weird, because of the way he enters the bar! Then the crime occurs and he starts the investigation solo and Juliette is stuck with Shawn and Gus which- by the way- agrees for the first time on anything! Vampires was their common ground.

    This episode is funny especially when they go to the blood bank and suspect the pregnant cat!

    I love Psych, it has humor, thrill and in this case, romance.

    The romance is a rare side we never saw from Detective Lassiter. It is both dunny and creepy!

    I hope Psych stays on-air because it really deservesmoreless
Corey Feldman

Corey Feldman

Bartender (vampire bar)

Guest Star

Van Hansis

Van Hansis

Adrian Viccellio

Guest Star

Tom Lenk

Tom Lenk


Guest Star

Sage Brocklebank

Sage Brocklebank

Buzz McNab

Recurring Role

Kristy Swanson

Kristy Swanson

Marlowe Viccellio

Recurring Role

Kurt Fuller

Kurt Fuller

Coroner Woody Strode

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (4)

    • Lassiter signs off his note with the very specific phrase: "See you next Wednesday."
      John Landis uses this phrase as a recurring gag in most of his movies, including his 1992 vampire picture, Innocent Blood.

    • The song "Cry Little Sister" from the vampire film Lost Boys plays when Gus & Shawn talk to the Bartender (played by Corey Feldman who was in Lost Boys).

    • Psych-out: What appears to be the gag reel from either a planned Psych-out or a deleted scene of Shawn and Gus attempting to have a serious discussion comparing classic 70s and 80s vampires.

    • The Graphics department appears to have taken a shortcut, as the information on Von Willebrand disease that is on the doc's computer screen is a copy/paste from the Wikipedia.

  • QUOTES (0)

  • NOTES (3)


    • Vampire Ties
      This episode featured cameos from actors well known for appearing in vampire-related films and a number of other related references.
      1. Kristy Swanson originated the role of Buffy Summers in the 1992 Fran Rubel Kuzui film Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
      2. Tom Lenk played the role of Andrew Wells in Joss Whedon's television adaption of that film.
      3. Corey Feldman is possibly best known for his work as Edgar Frog in the 1987 Joel Schumacher film The Lost Boys and its sequels.
      4. Gus' statement "Sookie is mine!" usually comes from the character Bill Comptom created by Charlaine Harris in her Sookie Stackhouse novel series and brought to life by Bill Moyer in HBO's True Blood show.
      5. Though not mentioned by name, Shawn's vampire costume is very likely based on the character of Lestat from The Vampire Chronicles series of novels by Anne Rice, later made into the 1994 Neil Jordan film Interview with a Vampire starring Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise.
      6. Shawn says, "Hello, Edward," a reference to Edward Cullen, the young vampire protagonist of the book and movie series Twilight.

    • McNab says a man was attacked in the parking lot of "Lox, Stock and Two Toasted Bagels". This is a reference to the 1998 Guy Ritchie film "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels."

    • Shawn: C'mon, Lassie, let the right ones in, buddy!
      Let the Right One In is a 2008 Swedish film by Tomas Alfredson about a boy who befriends a vampire. It was remade into the 2010 American film by Matt Reeves, Let Me In.