Psych - Season 2 Episodes
Psych - Season 2
Psych returns for its second season! The premiere episode "American Duos" guest stars Tim Curry and Gina Gershon, and is directed by John Landis. When the latest incarnation of American Idol rip-off shows sets up shop at the Arlington Theatre, the requisite cruel British judge finds himself in a panic after a series of near-miss attempts on his life.
When the latest incarnation of American Idol rip-off shows sets up shop at the Arlington Theatre, the requisite cruel British judge finds himself in a panic after a series of near-miss attempts on his life. Police protection has been barely sufficient and now he's taking matters into his own hands to ward of his inevitable attacker, hiring Santa Barbara's most reliable psychic detective to protect him.
“65 Million Years Off”
Shawn finds himself alone out on a limb when he contends that a dead man who washes ashore was killed in a manner that misses the agreed death timeline- by approximately sixty five million years.
“Psy vs. Psy”
Following the trail of a counterfeiter, the "Feds" show up in Santa Barbara with their own version of Lassiter and their very own "Shawn," spawning a rivalry and causing our cast to ban together for the first time to save the integrity of the department and prove who has the better psychic.
“Zero to Murder in Sixty Seconds”
After Lassiter's car gets stolen from in front of the police station, Shawn solves the case in record time. But he soon realizes that, even with his considerable talents, nothing's ever that easy, and must then drag Gus away from his vacation to further investigate a case he's already solved.
“And Down the Stretch Comes Murder”
Shawn and Gus' childhood bully, jockey Jimmy Nickels, comes back into their lives when he hires them to find out why his horses keep losing. But a simple horse whispering assignment turns deadly when a rival jockey dies on his horse in the middle of a race.
“Meat Is Murder, but Murder Is Also Murder”
Shawn and Gus investigate the tasty world of gourmet cuisine when a restaurant critic is murdered. Meanwhile, a misunderstanding with Gus' Uncle Burton forces Gus to play the part of psychic detective.
“If You're So Smart, Then Why Are You Dead?”
When a couple of genius teenagers claims one of their teachers is a murderer, Shawn and Gus become guest lecturers at a prodigy school and soon discover the kids' imaginations might not be so wild after all.
A Santa Barbara burglar is hitting people's homes in the middle of the day.
When an accused murderer goes on the lam, Shawn and Gus play bounty hunter, racing MIDNIGHT RUN-style to bring him in before the cops and a real bounty hunter get him first. However, the plot thickens when Shawn realizes the guy is innocent.
“Gus' Dad May Have Killed an Old Guy”
When Shawn and Henry are invited to have Christmas dinner with Gus' parents, the yuletide cheer is interrupted by... murder. A neighbor is found dead and all the evidence points to Gus' dad as the culprit. Can Shawn and Gus work their usual magic when the case is so personal?
“There's Something About Mira”
When a groom disappears the day of the wedding, Shawn becomes determined to prove he's not everything he claimed to be for his new client, the last person on earth he'd ever expect to take a case from – Gus' wife.
“The Old and the Restless”
A missing persons case from a posh retirement community turns into a family affair when Shawn and Gus must team up with Henry to solve the case.
On the set of Santa Barbara's most popular Spanish soap opera, life imitates art when a fictional murder turns real, making everyone involved a suspect. Shawn solves the crime from the inside while inadvertently becoming one of the show's stars.
Shawn and Gus discover there's more to a local brotherhood than funny hats and handshakes when their incoming leader is found dead after a secret ceremony at the lodge.
“Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion”
It's Fashion Week in Santa Barbara, and all around town it's models, parties, and death by electrocution. Shawn and Gus go undercover as male models to investigate the murder of a prominent designer.
“Shawn (and Gus) of the Dead”
Shawn is called to the Natural History Museum when a mummy goes missing and all indications are that it got up and walked out on its own.