The detectives are hired by a wealthy family whose daughter Mira Gaffney, Gus's first love, reports her groom missing the day before their wedding at the family's Napa valley wine estate. Shawn discovers secrets at both groom and bride's side, including identity scam, and rewrites Gus's love life. After Juliet beats Lassiter's record score on the detectives' exam, their smooth partnership turns ugly competitive. Written by
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Lassiter's score on the detectives' exam was a 97.2, Juliet's was a 98.4, and Shawn's (who took the test when he was 15) was 100. See more
While tossing balls at the PI there is a group of women in the (batting cage) background playing catch but after the last toss, the camera pans back and there is no-one to be seen. See more
[Shawn believes that Mira's "missing" fiance doesn't exist, but Jann shows up unexpectedly at the police station
Doesn't exist, huh? That's great. Hey, should I put out an imaginary A.P.B. for him on my invisible radio?
References The Brady Bunch