Psych (2006–2014)
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Lock, Stock, Some Smoking Barrels and Burton Guster's Goblet of Fire 

The Anglophile and The Wiz are summoned to jolly old England to assist INTERPOL by infiltrating a notorious criminal gang to learn of the gang's next target so that they can stop the crime before it happens. Gus tries to get to PotterCon.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Juliet O'Hara (credit only)
Karen Vick (credit only)
Henry Spencer (credit only)
Ronnie Ives
Avery Taylor ...
Paul Kloegman ...
Wim Stuyvesant
TSA Security Officer (as Nick Harrison)


Shawn is delighted to be invited to help out with a case by the English Interpol HQ, even after it turns out he's not wanted as consultant but merely on account of his physical resemblance to the arrested driver of master criminal Ronnie Ives. Gus came along to attend a Harry Potter convention and disbelieves their supervisor, master jewel thief Pierre Despereaux, claiming that's his elaborate cover but employing only rookies who knew him nor his alleged Dutch superior Wim Stuyvesant. Doubts abound as the pair is taken along on a ride of compounded crimes and deceit. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery


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8 January 2014 (USA)  »

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When showing the newspaper coverage in the beginning of the episode, the pictures are moving. A nod to the moving images in the Harry Potter series and the reason Gus wanted to go to England. See more »


At around 23 minutes, Gus (aka "The Wiz") throws exploding powder and calls out "magic" words "Expecto Patronum," but in the Harry Potter books the Expecto Patronum spell doesn't cause any kind of explosion. It scares away an evil ghost like creature called a "Dementor." See more »


Shawn Spencer: So, Deer-da.
Dierdre: [correcting him] Deirdre.
Shawn Spencer: Deer-dee.
Dierdre: Deirdre.
Shawn Spencer: That can't be right. How's that spelled?
Dierdre: [stonily] D-I-E.
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References Rocky (1976) See more »

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Wait for Eiiiiiight ...
17 January 2014 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

People who expect this show to change are going to be disappointed. The point of Psych is to be a great palette cleanser full of laughs and smiles. I love it. Is it a dramatic, cinematic masterpiece? Maybe not. But it's reliable and all in good fun.

If you're still interested in the comedic props the show is weighted on, then you should love season eight episode 1. A lot of season 7 got kind of so-so, but this episode is reminiscent of the humor rampant in the first few seasons. Shawn and Gus pulled out all the stops!

In a TV universe full of dismal murder mysteries and mind-bending dramas, I'm glad to refresh my system with a good dose of Psych, which is a show I can be certain won't involve sob inducing plot twists that make me want to die inside. Psych makes me happy, and happiness is something the world needs more of!

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