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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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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After finding the body and claiming that the culprit was a dinosaur, as the others storm off Shawn says to himself "This is not a boat accident!" This is a reference to a Richard Dreyfuss line from Jaws. See more »

Goofs

While parking in front of a gate of the Deacon Walker Farms, you can perfectly see between shots Gus isn't wearing a seatbelt, then he is, then he isn't again, then finally he is when he leaves the car. 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 Jaws (1975) See more »

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