Shawn senses at once a dubious suicide may be covering up a serial killer, even before Gus is convinced by a series of parallel cases, albeit all with different MO and no common victims profile. Shawn pretends to be a medium inspired by the first victim's cat. He suspects the link is a suicide phone charity, but works out the truth just in time to prevent naive ever-helpful rookie Buzz McNab's wedding preparations turning into tragedy. Written by
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Pineapple reference: a pineapple awaits behind the "Dial-A-Psychic" door. It's then given to the "Stress-Line" people as a gift. See more
Shawn repeatedly refers to the cat as "the little boy cat." The cat is calico, a color pattern that occurs only in females. The filmmakers were fully aware the cat was a female, however James Roday
(Shawn) thought it would be funnier if the cat was thought to be male. See more
That was adequate, Spencer.
Don't thank me. Thank the little boy cat.
Written by Eddy Grant
Performed by Dulé Hill
and James Roday See more