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Shawn vs. the Red Phantom 

The disappearance of a teenager sends Shawn and Gus to a comic book convention.

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(as John Kretchmer)

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Cast

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Events Coordinator
Julius Chapple ...
Dent
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Cascy Beddow ...
Rob (as Casey Beddow)
Aaron Ydenberg ...
Don
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Storyline

While detective Carlton Lassiter must drive the pregnant captain to hospital, Juliet O'Hara enlists Psych unofficially to start looking before the legal 48 hours pass into the disappearance of well-behaved nerd-knave Breyfogle. Examining his room suffices to realize the teen came into spending money and took two mates, fellow teenage comics-fans Don and Rob, to the nearby triennial convention TriCon. There Shawn performs as psychic and poses of Star Trek star Takei's assistant to snoop with true fan Gus into what turns out to be a planned series of crimes inspired by a comic. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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25 August 2006 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The quote about having to put action figures in a landfill is based on the urban legend of Atari burying the E.T. video game. See more »

Goofs

In the scene where Shawn finds the note outside the convention center saying 'Judgment Day' an extra wearing a black shirt walks towards the convention in several different shots in the same scene. See more »

Quotes

Carlton Lassiter: You know, in case I never said it, I was really pleased when you were named as chief. "Interim" chief - I'm sure that's only temporary.
Karen Vick: Mmm-hmm.
Carlton Lassiter: And it's true, the outgoing chief was important to me. He was my mentor, he made me the cop I am today.
Karen Vick: Mmm-hmm.
Carlton Lassiter: I know the outside perception is that the force was a real "boy's club" under him, so it was really smart when they named a - you know - woman.
Karen Vick: All right, honey.
Carlton Lassiter: Excuse me, what?
Karen Vick: I love you.
Carlton Lassiter: [startled] Huh?
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References Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) See more »

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