Shawn believes that a murder has taken place at his and Gus's high school reunion...but has a hard time getting anyone to believe him, as he's unable to come up with a suspect, a victim, or a motive.
Did You Know?
Gus' monologue/letter reading at the end is like the end of "The Breakfast Club". Even some lines are shared. Shawn's outfit and fist raising at the end, as well as the freeze frame, are modeled after Judd Nelson's at the end of "The Breakfast Club". Shawn wore Judd Nelson's picture from "The Breakfast Club" the entire episode. See more
Juliet looks up Peter Colter on the computer and suddenly has the paper accident report in hand, without any time elapsing for it to print. See more
Burton 'Gus' Guster
Wasn't Howie the victim at one point?
Gus, that is so forty minutes ago. I bet you're still telling your friends to chillax.
References Sixteen Candles
Love is a Battlefield
Written by Michael Chapman
and Holly Knight
Performed by Pat Benatar See more