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Death Is in the Air 

A murder in a convenience store leads Shawn and Gus to believe that the victim contracted a deadly experimental virus, and not only seek to find who's behind it but believe they also hold the cure to it.

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Karen Vick (credit only)
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Dr. Tony Mallon
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Buzz McNab
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Dru Williams ...
Bartender
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Melissa
Stephanie Nudd ...
Jennifer 'Ginger' Cotsitas
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A murder in a convenience store leads Shawn and Gus to believe that the victim contracted a deadly experimental virus, and not only seek to find who's behind it but believe they also hold the cure to it.

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery

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17 February 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Spot the Pineapple: one can be seen behind Ginger in the flashback, and another wooden pineapple decoration is behind Shawn and Gus at the hotel bar. Shawn also asks for a club soda with three pineapple wedges. See more »

Goofs

When Shawn is talking to Juliet on the phone while in the hotel room he pulls the phone away from his ear and you can clearly see the screen indicating that he is not on a call. He then places the phone back to his ear and continues his conversation. See more »

Quotes

Shawn Spencer: [after Lassiter pulls his gun on a barking Rottweiler] Who are you, Michael Vick?
Carlton Lassiter: I'm not going to shoot him. *He* doesn't know that.
Shawn Spencer: He doesn't know *anything*. He's a dog.
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References Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) See more »

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Rump Shaker
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Written by Aqil Davidson, Markell Riley, and Pharrell Williams
Performed by Wreckx-N-Effect
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