Think you are psychic? Shawn Spencer makes his living pretending to be. Shawn and his best friend Gus own a business called Psych. They are able to stay in business only because of the cases they work with Santa Barbara police department as psychics. Shawn and Gus go through many ups and downs trying to keep the ruse up. Can they pretend forever? Or is the world they built going to come crumbling down?
All the law. None of the order.
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Did You Know?
A running gag in the show is that Gus and Shawn will frequently say "C'mon son!" when something strange, surprising, or silly has happened. This phrase was coined by media personality Ed Lover. In the season eight episode "Remake, a.k.a. Cloudy...With a Chance of Improvement", Ed Lover guest starred as a bailiff, telling Gus to "Come on, son" as he attempts to escort him from the courtroom. He also appeared in the season six episode "Last Night Gus" as himself. See more
Shawn often undertakes actions which would result in evidence and investigation being compromised. Since he has never been a police officer, these actions could result in cases being dropped or overturned upon appeal. There is no way that the Santa Barbara DA would allow Shawn to perform the actions that he does. See more
Besides, this is a real-life television studio, Gus. What could be better?
Burton 'Gus' Guster
Eating my breakfast. I was having a poached egg with hollandaise sauce on an English muffin.
Look, we'll solve it up quick. You'll be home in no time.
[pretends to answer phone
Hello? Dame Judi Dench called. She wants her breakfast back.
Each time a guest performer sings the theme song, they sing the entire song as opposed the shorter version in normal episodes. See more
I Know You Know
Written by Steve Franks
Performed by The Friendly Indians See more