Psych (2006–2014)
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65 Million Years Off 

Shawn worries he may be losing his meal ticket when Lassiter goes on a winning streak, solving nine cases in a row, so he horns in on the current case...jeopardizing his and Gus' credibility when he claims a T-Rex killed the victim.

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Carlos McCullers II ...
Young Gus (as Carlos McCullers)
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Doug Devette (as Barry Levy)
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Ethan (as Randall Edwards)
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Storyline

Shawn and Gus start fearing they're becoming superfluous to the SBPD as Lassiter keeps solving cases without 'psychic' help, nine already. When a corpse washes up the coast, he's clueless while only Shawn dares diagnose the fatal wounds as T-Rex bites, but the police detective is on their tail. The victim turns out to be a paleontology professor in need of a spectacular find to prevent his tiny department being shut down. Furthermore, he dug every night in a farmer's field, but found not only dinosaur bones. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery

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20 July 2007 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?

Trivia

When digging holes in search of the dinosaur, Shawn mentions "that this is like that movie with Sigourney Weaver," and Gus cannot guess the movie. Dulé Hill actually was in this movie, Holes (2003), as Sam. See more »

Goofs

When Shawn and Gus are unlocking the garage door at the Professor's house, it is mid-afternoon to early-evening, clearly not close to dusk. Once they are in the garage, it is dark out. See more »

Quotes

Shawn Spencer: Doodles are the window to the soul, Gus. Or maybe that's the epiglottis. Where's the uvula?
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References Anaconda (1997) See more »

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