Shawn Spencer is delighted that as soon as he has opened his quirky investigation agency Psych, the police hires him for a new case. Gus is furious to be sneakily forced to join, but delighted with this case, as it's at the national SpellingBee competition, although he later learns Shawn sabotaged his chances to participate as a kid. A contestant has died suspiciously, soon followed by another ad the legendary judge. Shawn has to finish a dog house he started as a kid to get pa Henry's mates in toxicology to test evidence he 'found'. Written by
Did You Know?
The line, "Onion? Even Dan Quayle could spell that!" refers to an incident on June 15, 1992 when Dan Quayle
erroneously corrected a 12-year old Spelling Bee contestant's spelling of "potato" as "potatoe". See more
While Gus is looking through the pamphlet, he notes the words that won in 1985 and 1943. However, there was no spelling bee between 1943 and 1945 during WWII. See more
See? Now we've already talked more than I wanted to.
References Phantom of the Opera