Psych (2006–2014)
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Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Piece 

Shawn decides that his assigned case is dull, so he and Gus decide to solve the case of a missing engagement ring.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Henry Spencer
Karen Vick
Lacey Maxwell
Attorney General Maxwell
Bethany Cadman
Dylan Maxwell
Young Shawn
Guy Fauchon ...
Dietrich Mannheim
Dee Jay Jackson ...
Security Guard (as Deejay Jackson)


Attorney general Maxwell demands a discrete investigation into the theft from a hotel safe of his family's heirloom ring just before his son Dylan's wedding with possible gold-digger Bethany Cadman. Shawn can't resist volunteering his services, accepted by the couple, not Carlton Lassiter, yet his suite is invaded as base for an inquest Gus is suckered into because of the state-of-the-art safe. Shawn discovers a missing hotel executive's bloodily murdered corps and brilliantly works trough wedding party suspects while joining bachelor - and hen parties. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery


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21 July 2006 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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Exterior shots of the hotel are of the Fess Parker Doubletree by Hilton in Santa Barbara, California. See more »


Juliet O'Hara: [about Shawn] You're not going to shoot him are you?
Carlton Lassiter: I haven't decided yet.
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References Ocean's Eleven (2001) See more »


Chewing Gum
Performed by Annie (Anne Lilia Berge Strand)
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Wedding ring caper
22 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

Good story line and quirky events surround the missing ring and murder involving a dumbwaiter. Shawn must wiggle and dance his way out of some situations; all the while trying to solve a case that is not his. As a viewer, I figured out the culprit.......but Shawns antics getting others to listen was worthwhile. Natural comic with a great side kick who just wants to kick butt and get out of the situation. Recommended to all who enjoyed those campy mysteries previously portrayed on television...but this time with a actor who is totally unpredictable. So...if this type of entertainment is appealing to you and an actor or actor who can hold your attention while trying to solve case after case....then PSYCH is the one show for you.

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