Trout is out of the picture and old chief Vick already accepted a job elsewhere and offers O'Hara a promotion if she joins, so Lassiter hopes to be picked. The mayor however interviews candidates who stand a better chance due to networking and Lassie makes a pitiful impression. His last hope is solving the old murder of the mayor's uncle Archie Baxter. Psych digs into the past (where regular cast doubles as late characters), a saucy nightclub scene with convoluted intrigues with staff and customers. When they crack it, Lassie gets second thoughts. Written by
Did You Know?
Shawn's 1967 gangster alter-ego tells Gus's 1967 alter-ego, the singer Miles, "you are lucky, my friend. Lucky that my woman loves the way that you bring in the noise, the way that you bring in the funk." Dulé Hill
was a member of the original cast of "Bring in Da' Noise, Bring In Da' Funk" on Broadway. See more
(at around 35 mins) When O'Hara opens the door to Lassiter's office her left foot catches the floor, almost causing her to lose balance. See more
Can I smoke?
What do you think?
I think you want me the same way a land turtle wants crab apples.
References Married to the Mob
Don't Make Me Cry
Written by Tim Meltreger
Performed by Dule Hill See more