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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Trivia

When Shawn mentions at the beginning of the episode that somebody in Washington invented silent window shades, he is referring to Nadine, the woman who wore an eyepatch on the show "Twin Peaks" and was attempting to patent silent window shades on the early episodes of that show, which was set in the state of Washington. See more »

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When Randy Jackson is cutting a 2x4 on a table saw (when Juliette visits him), the first shot only shows a closeup of the blade cutting partway through the wood. On the second shot, he is seen passing the fully cut pieces across a stopped saw blade while sawdust is blown up around the blade. See more »

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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 American Idol (2002) See more »

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I Know You Know
Written by Steve Franks
Performed by Julee Cruise
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Twin Peaks...sorry, I meant Dual Spires
27 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mind you I'm not a big Psych fan per say but as far as this episode goes they really knocked it out of the park. For starters they totally nailed the whole Twin Peaks thing. From the plot, to the creepy music, the obsession with donuts and pies, the weird, over the top dramatics (I remember how weirded out I was back in the day from all the insane crying they did in Twin Peaks) and I laughed my head off when they made fun of that in this episode. Bringing back all those old school Twin Peaks actors was just awesome. There was a nuance from that show in every scene. The downside? Well if you've never seen Twin Peaks none of this will make sense and you'll have missed all this cool stuff ;) Without prior knowledge of Twin Peaks this episode will probably come off as strange and disjointed. Outside of that it's still good, the usual result from any given Psych episode (as I said, not a huge fan of the show)


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