After Gus accidentally tampers with the crime where his boss was killed, Shawn helps him find the real murderer before Gus is arrested.
After the Mayor dies in what appears to be a surfing accident, Shawn investigates and ends up running for mayor himself.
Shawn bonds with Woody, and Juliet befriends a girl who Shawn believes to be a killer.
Shawn solves a case involving a mysterious Swedish woman and imagines how the same case would have been solved had he done one thing differently.
The gang spends the weekend at a casino resort for a wedding and crosses paths with a local crime boss whose presence jeopardizes the impending nuptials.
After Gus is tasked with taking care of his girlfriend's son Maximus for the day, he jeopardizes their relationship when an innocent trip to the circus turns deadly.
Shawn and Gus attend a party hosted by an aging rockstar named Billy Lipps, a man the SBPD arrested years ago for a murder he doesn't remember committing.
Shawn attempts to bond with Juliet's stepfather Lloyd, a seemingly harmless accountant.
Shawn and Gus join a pair of college students in the woods who are filming a documentary on Bigfoot.
Gus gets a girlfriend, and Juliet goes undercover on an online dating site to catch a killer while Shawn tries to holster his jealousy.
After Henry takes a bullet to the chest and is rushed to the hospital, a spiteful Shawn seeks revenge on the shooter and everyone else involved in the scandal.
Bloopers and outtakes from "Indiana Shawn".
Outtakes from "Shawn Rescues Darth Vader."
Writer/Director Steve Franks talks about "Shawn Rescues Darth Vader."
"The cat came in with an old school bottle of coke. I didn't expect that!"
Outtakes from "True Grits".
A bonus scene from "Shawn and the Real Girl".
Outtakes from "Shawn and the Real Girl".
Bloopers and outtakes from from "Heeeeere's Lassie"
Highlights from Psych Fan Appreciation Day, October 6, 2011.
Outtakes from "Yang 3 in 2D"
Outtakes from "Dead Bear Walking"
Writer Andy Berman provides commentary for his directorial debut "Dead Bear Walking"
Writer/Director James Roday and co-writer Saladin K. Patterson provide commentary for "The Polarizing Express"
Writers Bill Callahan and Todd Harthan provide commentary for "We'd Like to Thank the Academy"