Psych: Season 2, Episode 7

If You're So Smart, Then Why Are You Dead? (24 Aug. 2007)

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Two students claim that one of their teachers is a murderer after hearing a phone call. It is Juliet and Lassiter's one year anniversary as partners and Juliet takes her first lead detective job.



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A group of genius teenagers from a school for gifted students claims one of their teachers is a murderer. After striking out with the police, their last hope is Shawn and Gus, who go undercover and soon discover the kids' imaginations might not be so wild after all. Written by Adam

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Many of the main characters are named after famous scientists. William Bradford Shockley (1910 - 1989) was an American physicist and inventor who won the Nobel prize in 1953. Dr. Robert H. Goddard (1882 - 1945) was a pioneer in the field of rocket science. Otto Hahn (1879 - 1968) is a German chemist who is credited with the discovery of nuclear fission. The Meitner School itself is named for Hahn's colleague, Swedish chemist Lise Meitner (1878 - 1968). See more »


During the "Phsysics" Lecture, the student incorrectly writes Avogadro's number on the chalkboard as 6.0021415 x 10^23 atoms/mol. When Shawn performs his "reading" on the student, the number is shown correctly written as 6.0221415 x 10^23. When he turns and speaks to the class, it goes back to being incorrectly written. And when Shawn sends the student to the principal's office, it is written correctly. See more »


Shawn Spencer: [looking through the school's lost and found] Who loses a microscope and doesn't come looking for it?
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References Jake and the Fatman (1987) See more »

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