Psych: Season 4, Episode 12

A Very Juliet Episode (10 Feb. 2010)

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Juliet hires Gus to track down an old boyfriend but Shawn eventually finds out that he's in the witness protection program as the key witness to a huge murder case.

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Juliet hires Gus to track down an old boyfriend but Shawn eventually finds out that he's in the witness protection program as the key witness to a huge murder case.

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At one point, Shawn and Juliet take a walk through Plecas Park. Jeff Plecas is the show's key grip. See more »

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(39:44) When Lassiter arrests the Federal Marshal Daniel Wayne in the end he responds "Not anymore". However, while doing so his mouth is clearly shut. See more »

Quotes

Carlton Lassiter: I want you to listen to me, O'Hara. And believe this, because I mean it from the bottom of my heart. All romance ends in despair. Or death, but mostly despair. Gut-wrenching despair. And I'm-I-I hate to say this, but I'm actually happy that this happened because now you know. And it's just going to make you a better cop to realize that all people are essentially just out there to destroy any chance of happiness you will ever have.
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Carlton Lassiter: I feel a hug coming on.
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References Dumbo (1941) See more »

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Strung Out
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Written by Craig Kampf, Steve Perry, and Billy Steele
Performed by Steve Perry
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