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Psych-Out: Timothy Omundson sings "Private Eyes."
When Shawn and the others arrive at the drive-in
the long shot shows a red and white Ford Torino
used by Starsky and Hutch and Columbo's Peugeot.
Lovely reference to a couple of great cop shows.
Shawn is back to using his iPhone in the Psych iPhone skin, where in the previous episode he was using his old flip phone.
Goof: When Shawn finds the pictures in the train cart, he lays them all over the floor in front of the red sliding door; when they pull Mary into the cart the pictures are no longer on the ground.
Pineapple Spotting: A small toy one that sits on Abigail Lytar's desk.
Camp Tikihama was first mentioned as the camp Shawn and Gus attended as kids in season two's "Bounty Hunters!" when they were trying to pass off the suspect in their custody as Counselor Whitefeather to Shawn's dad.
Psych-Out: A life-size version of young Shawn's Rick Astley piñata rises from the lake to terrorize a peaceful Gus in a canoe.
Shawn switches back to his flip phone from the iPhone in the Psych iPhone case that he received in the episode "Christmas Joy."
The only episode to have an on-screen episode title, which was done in the style of the title to Friday the 13th.
Shawn flashes back on Clive saying that he "stumbled upon Erwen's living quarters," but he was barely present and out of earshot at the moment he said that.
Clive plays the game "Moon Patrol," originally released in 1982.
• Young Gus made a winning pineapple piñata at the beginning of the episode.
• There is a picture of a figure holding a pineapple on a tepee.
• There is a real pineapple in Annie's (the missing camp counselor) refrigerator.
Gus' Alias: Hollaback Atcha
Psych-Out: Gag reel from the the deleted interrogation scene (parts of which could be heard faintly as Chief Vick spoke with the doctor).
The infamous Wilhelm Scream, which is a highly used sound track taken from the 1951 movie Distant Drums, can be heard coming from Tom Lieber's portable game player as Gus, Shawn and the rest of the actors enter the room.
Goof: When the bad guys are chasing Gus' car, they shoot open the trunk and the interior is empty. On the next front shot of the car when they hit the junk the trunk is closed (which can also be seen in the interior shots of the car), yet when they all get out of the car the trunk is now back open and filled with boxes of drugs samples.
Pineapple Spotting: 1st Sighting A woman at another table in the diner is served a pineapple with its top cut off. 2nd Sighting Near the end of the episode, when Shawn and Ryan are hiding from the bad guys, Ryan picks up a pineapple from one of the myriad of boxes littering the alley to throw at the bad guys.
A majority of the episode is filmed on the campus of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. The school's sports teams are actually called the Thunderbirds. The domed stadium in which a practice and game take place is B.C. Place stadium, which is the home of the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League. It is also the stadium that would host the opening and closing ceremonies and medal presentations for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
Next to the picture of Chad in the laundromat is a picture of Andy Berman.
Psych-Out: Shawn and Dulé sing "Freak Me" to an ice cream cone-costumed Maggie.
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abrasive parent, catchy soundtrack, buddies and gal pals, altruistic behavior, Thrillers