Shawn eagerly accepts an exclusive invitation to the mysterious mansion which turns out to be thrown by an eccentric rock star. A dinner, guest get murdered. Contacting Lasie and Juliet, who couldn't attend until the first murder was killed in, he gradually discovers the guest seem selected as a bunch of culprits fro the host's long jail term for a murder he didn't commit. Still, alternative motives pile up too, and the killer strikes again, so more angles must be checked, including interests in the current showbiz. Written by
Unlike other episodes, the flashback in the beginning did not go back to Sean as a child, it started flashing back to a more recent time when Sean was in his thirties (during the actual time frame of the show) See more »
When questioned at the beginning of the episode the butler stated that the chocolate room "somewhere near the living room" but in Shawn's flashback of the same statement the butler says "somewhere off the living room". This doesn't match with how Shawn's eidetic memory normally works and creates an unreliable narrator problem since his perfect memory is how he solves crimes. See more »
I've been disappointed by the way this season started off and all the little changes they've made that at least I, and maybe a few of you, felt like the magic was missing.
After seeing 100 Clues I can honestly say that this was the best episode yet and am very much thrilled about the upcoming possibilities of the season including next week's episode. Over the last few episodes my main complaint was the lack of investigation -- everything was solved at the end with no apparent connection to the rest of the episode -- but I can safely say that while this one wasn't a typical case it was by far a brilliant enough episode filled with lots of humor, references to pop culture, and while there are a few things I could pick at, I think it's best to just leave it at what it is; a job well done.
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