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Pineapple Spotting: Shawn offers to split a pineapple with Alice Bundy.
Nitpick: During the scene towards the end of the episode when Shawn takes the axe from Juliet, you can see that the head of the axe has loosened half-way so if the axe had been swung a few more times with, it might have flown off.
Nitpick: If Juliet is in "deep cover", as she explains to Shaun, what is she doing catching up on notes in the police station at her own desk? A person in deep cover can under no circumstances have any ties to their regular life (which also would include Shaun) and least of all their police work, except through a handler.
Psych-Out: Dule Hill has some trouble with his line regarding the spread of the urban legend.
Nitpick: In Henry's flashback of him grabbing Scary Sherry and pulling her out of the window, one of the windows is pulled inside. However, in the beginning of the episode, after Shawn and Gus think she has jumped, both windows are wide open.
Nitpick: In the end of the episode, Gus is forgotten by Shawn, Lassiter and O'Hara inside Wispy Sunny Pines, although, according to the scenes of them entering the building, they had to pass through him in order to get out.
Nitpick: When about to enter Wispy Sunny Pines, O'Hara puts the phone in her bag and the bag on her shoulder, but after the camera shot shifts the bag is on her elbow.
Nitpick: When Shawn and Gus meet in their office after the sorority incident, Shawn is directly in front of Gus and in most shots Gus is looking ahead while talking, but there is a shot in which Gus is talking and looking to his left, although the next shot shows that Shawn didn't move.
Trivia: According to this episode, Lassiter has been working for the SBPD for at least 15 years.
Psych-Out: Lassiter and Juliet perform "Leaving on a Jet Plane" but not without some background noise from Shawn and Gus.
Nitpick: When Shawn is trying to read the cards on his floor, he grabs a jack of hearts, but when the camera shifts back to the floor it is still there.
Psych-Out: Much to the annoyance (and probably delight) of Interim Chief Vick, Shawn acts out a hypothetical conversation between Felix and Deanna that involves both falsetto and a piñata.
Pineapple Spotting: Shawn eats pineapple slices at the Psych office when he and Gus discuss the case.
Goof: When Shawn and Gus exit the courtroom, Shawn seems surprised to see that Lassiter is there. Yet, while in the courtroom in the previous scenes, Lassiter can be seen actually sitting right next to Shawn.
Goof: Juliet claims she is wearing alligator pumps as she and Lassiter are walking up to the courthouse, but a subsequent closeup shows she is not.
Psych-Out: Juliet excitedly takes lead vocals for her rendition of "Cool It Now", joined by the lackadaisical lyrics of Shawn and Gus.
Lassiter has a Master's degree in Criminology.
This episode has a strong showing of Stargate Alumni. Colin Cunningham, who plays Marvin, was a regular on Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis as Major Paul Davis. Teryl Rothery, who plays Glenda, was also a regular on Stargate SG-1 as Dr Janet Fraiser. And the head waitress at the speed dating place, Lorraine, is played by Ellie Harvie, who also was a regular in Stargate Atlantis, playing the ditzy, yet brilliant, Dr Lindsey Novak.
Psych-Out: Henry, per his request, gets in on the action, but singing "Feels Good" with Shawn and Gus isn't what he had in mind.
Nitpick: During his press conference, Hugo claims that the planet "he" discovered is Earth-like. However, the telescope he is seen using is not nearly large or powerful enough to resolve an Earth-sized planet around another star. Even the largest telescopes today are unable to directly view Earth-sized planets around other stars.
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abrasive parent, catchy soundtrack, buddies and gal pals, altruistic behavior, Thrillers