Think you are psychic? Well so does Shawn Spencer. Shawn and his best friend Gus own a business called Psych. They are able to stay in business only because of the cases they work with Santa Barbara police department as psychics. Shawn and Gus go through many ups and downs trying to keep the ruse up. Can they pretend forever? Or is the world they built going to come crumbling down?
Fake Psychic. Real Detectives.
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Did You Know?
A recurring gag featured in the show's outtakes involves the cast and crew laughing hysterically at the mention of the phrase "three-hole punch." According to James Roday
, the gag began with a script written by Tim Meltreger
, which included a joke about a three-hole punch. During filming, Roday misspoke the line as "three-hole puncher." Meltreger called for a cut and raced onto the set, then insisted that Roday read the line exactly as scripted, because, in his words, "Three-hole punch is *way* funnier than three-hole puncher!" Subsequently, it became a running joke on the set: someone says the words "three-hole punch" while shooting and the cast and crew all pretend to laugh as if it's the funniest thing they've ever heard. See more
Gus & Shawn will occasionally mention eating Japadogs, which at the time of filming, were street vendors located only in Vancouver, Canada where the show was filmed and not in Santa Barbara, California where it is supposed to take place. See more
Dude. Some guy in a wolf costume with a light saber just said hi to you.
Burton 'Gus' Guster
I don't know that guy.
He looked right at you.
Burton 'Gus' Guster
He was mistaken.
He said, 'Hi, Gus.' And then, another dude with a cape and a codpiece gave you a half-nod.
Each time a guest performer sings the theme song, they sing the entire song as opposed the shorter version in normal episodes. See more
I Know You Know
Written by Steve Franks
Performed by The Friendly Indians See more