Shawn and Gus receive a mysterious email inviting them to the Cinnamon Festival in Dual Spires, a quirky town that's nearly invisible on a map in this homage to Twin Peaks.

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Shawn and Gus receive a mysterious email inviting them to the Cinnamon Festival in Dual Spires, a quirky town that's nearly invisible on a map in this homage to Twin Peaks.

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This episode contains an amazing seven guest appearances from the '90's TV show "Twin Peaks" of which this episode is based on. Actors Dana Ashbrook ("Bobby Briggs") plays "Bob Barker", Ray Wise ("Lelend Palmer") plays "Father Westley" and Lenny von Dohlen ("Harold Smith") plays "Sheriff Andrew Jackson". Actresses Sherilyn Fenn ("Audrey Horne") plays "Maudette Hornsby", Sheryl Lee ("Laura Palmer") plays "Dr Donna Gooden", Robyn Lively ("Lana Budding Milford") plays "Michelle Barker", and Catherine E Coulson ("The Log Lady") plays "Wood Woman". See more »

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The library classification was not the Dewey Decimal Classification as stated in this episode but rather the Library of Congress Classification. Note F796 covers the state of New Mexico. See more »

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[first lines]
Shawn Spencer: Dude, do you know they make silent window shades? Some woman in Washington invented them back in the early '90s.
Burton 'Gus' Guster: Since when is the sound of opening and closing shades so disruptive that it needs to be alleviated?
Shawn Spencer: Why do you have to hate on other people's crimes of innovation?
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References Twin Peaks (1990) See more »

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I Know You Know
Written by Steve Franks
Performed by Julee Cruise
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television masterpiece
18 December 2010 | by (Southwestern Indiana) – See all my reviews

Really. It is.

An homage to Twin Peaks, and the usual Psych references to other pop culture, especially television shows, this entire episode is brilliant. To fully understand its conceit, you probably had to have been a fan of the original David Lynch Twin Peaks series, at least year one. If you were, then this Pysch episode will be one laugh out loud moment after another.

I can't get over how awesome this show is. It stuns me that the writers and producers put this much thought into one standalone episode in the middle of the season. I want to write them personally and thank them.

Brilliant.


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