Shawn & Juliet host a house-warming party. Juliet's parents attend, and it seems the step-father is a boring accountant. As he and Henry meet for lunch, it turns out the father has a few secrets involving gambling, debts and more.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Karen Vick (credit only)
Detective Lamas
Pablo Nuñez
Mateen Devji ...
Mexican Street Vendor
Peter Bryant ...
FBI Agent


Shawn and Juliet now live together and host a house warming party for their families. Her latest step-father Lloyd French seems a boring accountant, but Henry finds out he actually leads an adventurous double life after agreeing to pick up a package. Fiends chase them all the way to the home of a ruthless Mexican drug cartel baron. Yet the Federales Lloyd French who catches them, searching for stolen dollar printing plates, finds no contraband in the box. Shawn must trace down the old men and the hot goods. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery



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20 March 2013 (USA)  »

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References Yours, Mine and Ours (1968) See more »

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Brilliant but too soon!
25 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

I'm giving this episode the same rating I gave the last. Honestly this episode was really good from a comedy perspective and we don't get enough of Henry and I always wanted to meet the character of Juliet's step-dad which has only been so briefly mentioned.

The episode was too soon though. So far there hasn't been a *real* case. While I enjoy the character it's also fun to have a case a "who-did-it" moment and watch Shawn & Gus investigate but there hasn't been that really, it's one thing to see Shawn "see" things and another thing to actually have him discover something -- the magic is gone -- there needs to be an episode with a *real* case not just about the relationships and characters. We're not here fro drama (comic relief is good though!), this show was made for its hilarity and being unique as a laid back, popcultured, modern Sherlock Holmes in California which didn't turn out as such this season.

Despite my latest ramblings I still have found this episode funny and fresh but Season 7 -- so far -- is lacking the magic.

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