A safety inspector dies on an offshore oil rig and Chief Vick believes he may have been murdered. The problem: Vick's sister is with the Coast Guard and is in charge of the investigation. The two sisters become very competitive, clashing over both the jurisdiction over the case and the Psych detectives. Written by
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Near the end, Commander Dunlap tells Shawn and Gus that their "painfully cute mugging" is getting on her nerves, and Gus replies, "What are you, 'Entertainment Weekly'?" This is a not-so-subtle dig at "Entertainment Weekly", a magazine covering the arts and popular culture. The magazine has given "Psych" several poor reviews and has repeatedly accused star James Roday
of "mugging" for the camera. See more
When Dunlap, Lassiter, Vick and O'Hara confront Ashley Bamford about not being on the chopper manifest, the wind blows her jacket away and reveals a gun at her left hip. As Lassiter yells that she has a weapon, she spins around and the gun is on her right hip, towards her back side. See more
[1987 - digging a giant hole in Shawn's back yard
How can you be sure it's down there?
I can feel it in my bones, Gus. All great oil wild-catters have that ability: me, Getti, Clampett, Crisco, and Wesson.
References Happy Days