Psych (2006–2014)
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Lassiter is getting married, so Shawn, Gus, & the others guys throw him a bachelor party, while Juliet, Karen throw a bachelorette party for Marlowe. In route to the wedding, they encounter a local mob boss. Juliet questions Shawn's psych.


James Roday


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Roday ... Shawn Spencer
Dulé Hill ... Burton Guster
Timothy Omundson ... Carlton Lassiter
Maggie Lawson ... Juliet O'Hara
Kirsten Nelson ... Karen Vick
Corbin Bernsen ... Henry Spencer
Mike Starr ... Max Rizzo
Kristy Swanson ... Marlowe Viccellio
Cocoa Brown ... Big Wendy
Pete Gardner ... Stumpy
Steve Rosen ... Herb Pollack
Kurt Fuller ... Coroner Woody Strode
Sage Brocklebank ... Buzz McNab
Dana McLoughlin ... Charlene
Patrick Sabongui ... Tito


With Lassiter's beloved Marlowe Viccellio finally free from jail, they want to tie the knot quickly, thus acquiring marital rights her parole vindictive officer can't overrule. Against Lasie's expressed wishes, Shawn's gang organizes a bachelor party, so he must hustle a 'best man', party animal Stumpy. Mob lord Max Rizzo wants at all cost to prevent his caught accountant Herb Pollack turning crown witness, so when Lassie agrees to bring him in, the mob attacks the party bus and takes Marlowe hostage, leading to a ludicrous (non-)exchange. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery


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Release Date:

10 April 2013 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Peter Gardners (Stumpy) shirt says 'You can't see me.' Which is the catch phrase of John Cena who was in season 4 episode 10. See more »


Early in the episode Chief Vick says that if they can get to Herb Pollack before Rizzo does, then they will be able to "put this lowlife away for a Very long time" but later when Shawn has a flashback, she just says, "put this lowlife away for a long time." A strange mistake for a psychic with his memory. See more »


Juliet O'Hara: Shawn, I need to ask you something, and I'm sure this is just me overthinking things, but, um... yesterday you were at the hotel. You saw the hallways. You know the layout.
Shawn Spencer: Guilty as charged.
Juliet O'Hara: Well, you said that you had this spectacular vision that Marlowe was covered in garbage. But couldn't you have just remembered that there was a trash chute on every floor and then taken a guess?
Shawn Spencer: [nervous] Uh, yeah, I... I suppose so. But that would've been a pretty wild guess, don't you think?
Juliet O'Hara: Absolutely, ...
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References Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) See more »


Everybody Have Fun Tonight
Written by Nick Feldman and Jack Hues
Performed by Wang Chung
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Explicit phobia
25 July 2019 | by uber_austrianSee all my reviews

Generally a very enjoyable show but this episode aged particularly poorly. If you hate human rights or hold a bunch of whack beliefs out of misguided habit I'm sure you'll still be able to have a good time with the jokes, but otherwise, best to skip it. There are a few other episodes with similar problems, so look out, but for the most part there's plenty more show that isn't weirdly (and destructively) dated. Go watch that instead.

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