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"Psych" Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast (2007)

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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
2 March 2007 (Season 1, Episode 15)
While Juliet is undercover, she asks for psychic help at a sorority; back at the station, Lassiter is paired with a most challenging partner. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Season 1: Impressively on-point and fun from the very start See more (1 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
John Landis 
Writing credits
Steve Franks (creator)

Steve Franks (written by) &
James Roday (written by)

Tami Sagher  staff writer

Produced by
Mel Damski .... co-executive producer
Steve Franks .... executive producer
Chris Henze .... executive producer
Tracy Hillman .... associate producer
Tracey Jeffrey .... producer
Kelly Kulchak .... executive producer
Joe Lazarov .... supervising producer
Kerry Lenhart .... consulting producer
John J. Sakmar .... consulting producer
Douglas Steinberg .... consulting producer
Original Music by
Adam Cohen 
John Robert Wood 
Cinematography by
Michael McMurray (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Gordon Rempel 
Casting by
Elizabeth Marx  (as Liz Marx)
Production Design by
Dawn Snyder 
Art Direction by
Bridget McGuire 
Set Decoration by
Francesca Dappen Courtois  (as Francesca Dappen)
Costume Design by
Simon Tuke 
Makeup Department
Jill Bailey .... first assistant makeup artist
Jacky Wilkinson .... head makeup artist
Jill Winston .... head hair stylist
Production Management
Peter Pearson .... post-production supervisor
Erin Smith .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Paul Etherington .... first assistant director
Roger Scott Russell .... second assistant director (as Roger Russell)
Art Department
Michael Corrado .... set designer
Clive Edwards .... property master
Les Ford .... playback animator
Bob Gallinger .... construction first aid
Bob Gallinger .... toolman
Carl Johansen .... best boy greens
Kate Kashetsky .... set buyer
Kevin Stephens .... construction coordinator
Judi Varga .... scenic painter
Renata Zaleska .... props buyer
Olivier Grard .... lead carpenter (uncredited)
Kris Longworth .... carpenter (uncredited)
Trevor Oleksy .... best boy greensman (uncredited)
Ty Rees .... lead greens person (uncredited)
Steve Scott .... art department assistant (uncredited)
James Summers .... head greensman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Anke Bakker .... sound supervisor
Jay Cheetham .... bg editor
Kelly Cole .... re-recording mixer
Chris Duesterdiek .... sound mixer
Real Gauvreau .... sound designer
Bill Mellow .... re-recording mixer
Glen Noseworthy .... adr mixer
Rory O'Neill .... boom operator (as Rory O'Neil)
Kevin Townshend .... dialogue editor
Jack Levy .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Doug Madick .... supervising foley artist (uncredited)
Richard Partlow .... foley artist (uncredited)
Joshua Stevenson .... assistant dialogue editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Don Besse .... special effects technician
Andrew Chamberlayne .... special effects coordinator (as Andy Chamberlayne)
John Wilkinson .... special effects assistant
Michael Radil .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Terry Hutcheson .... visual effects producer
Petra Lendvai-Lintner .... visual effects coordinator
Michael Ranalletta .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Nicole Lissner .... stunt performer
Dan Shea .... stunt coordinator
Janene Carleton .... stunt double (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Clayton Bachynsky .... first assistant: "b" camera
Fred Boyd .... chief lighting technician
Marco Ciccone .... camera operator: "a" camera
Cliff Hokanson .... camera operator: "b" camera
Trevor Holbrook .... first assistant: "a" camera
Jeff Plecas .... key grip
Stuart Collison .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Steve Holland .... generator technician (uncredited)
Mark McIntosh .... dolly grip (uncredited)
Doug Nolin .... best boy grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Susan Taylor Brouse .... casting: Canada (as Susan Brouse)
Lynne Carrow .... casting: Canada
James Forsyth .... extras casting
Michelle Markowitz .... casting assistant
Larkin MacKenzie-Ast .... casting associate (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ivan Lehner .... costume supervisor
Jo Riley .... assistant costume designer
Heather Seshadri .... costume dyer/breakdown (as Heather Rupert)
Lisa Stary .... costumer
Monique McRae .... costume coordinator (uncredited)
Hollie Strobl .... costume dyer/breakdown (uncredited)
Editorial Department
James Cowan .... hd online editor
Peter Forslund .... first assistant editor
Ryan Hogan .... colorist
Ryan Hogan .... final colorist
David Robinson .... hd online editor (as Dave Robinson)
Mykel Thuncher .... telecine colorist
Barbara Holmes .... telecine assistant: Technicolor (uncredited)
Location Management
Deborah D. Bose .... location manager (as Deborah Bose)
Myles Lennig .... assistant location manager
Vitomir Bogdanovic .... trainee assistant location manager (uncredited)
Music Department
Hal Beckett .... music editor (as Hal Foxton Beckett)
Melissa Deanne Ferguson .... music consultant (as Melissa Ferguson)
Steve Franks .... composer: theme
Kerri Drootin .... music supervisor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Dave Moroz .... transportation coordinator
Ian Thompson .... ambulance wrangler (uncredited)
Other crew
Allison Clarke .... assistant: M. Damski
Alvaro Cofre .... on site production
Rob Fournier .... armourer
Darren Giblin .... assistant to producer
Darren Giblin .... clearance coordinator
Karin Korchinski .... assistant production coordinator
Luke Lytar .... assistant: C. Henze
Brett McDermid .... assistant: T. Jeffrey
Bliss McDonald .... production coordinator
Jane McKernan .... production accountant
Anupam Nigam .... story editor
Allie O'Grady .... assistant: S. Franks
Elva Parsons .... lead payroll accountant
Ray Utarnachitt .... script coordinator
Sabrina Vito .... assistant: K. Kulchak
Victoria Walker .... assistant to writers
Natasha Young .... script supervisor
Aaron Fitzgerald .... helicopter pilot (uncredited)
Kelly Fry .... craft service (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Franks  creator

Sound Department
Graeme Hughes .... re-recording mixer
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Additional Details

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44 min

Did You Know?

Shawn tells the sorority girls that Gus played 'Bud' on 'The Cosby Show.' Interestingly enough Gus' mother is played by Phyllicia Rashad who played the mother on 'The Cosby Show' (though not Bud's mother, of course.)See more »
Factual errors: When the lamp falls on the floor, there are sparks from the light bulb shattering. The power was out and there wouldn't have been any sparks as there was no power.See more »
Shawn Spencer:Wanna split a pineapple?
Alice Bundy:I'm sorry, do I know you?
Shawn Spencer:My name is Ichbald Fletchman - Sticky Icky to my boys, but that's neither here nor there. What's important is that this baby is 82% Hawaiian and I've got all afternoon.
Alice Bundy:Are you a crazy person?
Shawn Spencer:It's funny, I was going to ask you the same thing - only I was going to add "Who likes to make toast" to the end of mine.
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Movie Connections:
References "The Cosby Show" (1984)See more »


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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Season 1: Impressively on-point and fun from the very start, 22 May 2009
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

Shawn Spencer may not be the most career-driven of men, but his sharp powers of observation see him calling in many spot-on tips to the police simply from watching the local news. Of course this raises suspicions in the local police and Shawn finds himself under suspicion for the crimes he tipped on. Thinking quickly, he claims to be psychic and uses his powers of observation to "psychically read" some of the people in the station. Whether they believe him or not, they buy his story, giving him and his friend Gus a great chance to work for the police – albeit having to continue to dress up Shawn's observational skills as being mystical rather than good police work.

I mentioned in my review of season 2 of Psych that season 1 hadn't really worked for me but, tellingly, I also said that I watched it in a very "non-committed" way. The end of season 3 and the lack of new episodes of fun light entertainment made me and my girlfriend pick up season 1 and many things about it surprised me. The first thing that surprised me was how much of the season that neither of us had seen (although I suppose this is why I never reviewed it before) despite both quite liking the show. The second thing that impressed me more than surprised me was how it hit the ground running – pretty much doing all the things that I like about it two seasons later, but from the pilot stage. I am used to some shows taking one season to bed in (Battlestar Galatica being the most recent example I can think of) but here we have everything from the theme music to the overall approach of the show in place.

The irreverent tone is the thing that makes it for me and, although season 1 is a bit more careful and guarded with it, it is still present and still works. The heavy stream of references and confidence in its own comedy is not quite there yet though and some of the episodes rely on the cases more than they do the fun swagger of the show. This makes for some weaker episodes where the "fun" isn't quite there even if they are still quite entertaining. The cast are a big part of taking this fun from the page and putting it onto the screen. I'm sure at some point Roday will have to find another job and struggle to build on his success here but at the moment Shawn is a role he fits like a glove, making it all seem so easy and effortless. He is charmingly funny and he takes the viewer with him. Hill is just as good and it is hard to imagine the show without both of them together. Omundson plays it simple in season 1 but is quite effective for it, while Lawson turns out to be a more fitting bit of casting in regards the "light, fun" style of the show than Dudek would most likely have made. Nelson is so-so and lumbered with a seemingly unnecessary pregnancy for most of the season. Bernsen is fun in the flashbacks and the modern setting, even if the kid doing Gus in the flashbacks is not as good as in later seasons.

Season 1 of Psych is a pleasant surprise looking back but also a very good start for anyone coming to the show. Although seasons 2 and 3 come harder with the confidence, references and swagger than makes the show such fun, season 1 does still have them as a firm base that makes the majority of the season really enjoyable. One or two weaker episodes tend to come from the script not putting enough material onto Shawn and Gus but regardless it is a surprisingly "on-point" season that hits the ground running in terms of formula and fun.

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