Episode List: 2008-2009 Edit
|150px||Ghosts||Writer: Steve Franks||Director: Stephen Surjik||07/18/08||#32 301|
|Gus is forced to choose between his pharmaceutical sales job and the Psych agency, so Shawn decides to save both jobs by investigating the home of the company's V.P., which is apparently haunted.
|150px||Murder? … Anyone? … Anyone? … Bueller?||Writer: Andy Berman||Director: Michael McMurray||07/25/08||#33 302|
|No one believes Shawn when he claims that a murder took place at his and Gus' high school reunion, mainly because there's no body. And as he puts the pieces together, he must also deal with his old flame Abigail, whom he apparently stood up back in high school, and shows a side of himself never seen before.
|150px||Daredevils!||Writer: Anupam Nigam||Director: John Badham||08/01/08||#34 303|
|Shawn suspects sabotage when he sees a daredevil almost die during one of his stunts. As he and Gus get into his inner circle, however, they come to realize that there is sabotage involved, but it has nothing to do with someone holding a grudge.
|150px||The Greatest Adventure in the History of Basic Cable||Writer: Josh Bycel||Director: Jay Chandrasekhar||08/08/08||#35 304|
|What starts out as a treasure hunt turns into a life or death situation when Shawn's uncle Jack arrives in town with a map apparently leading to an ancient Spanish treasure. Gus and Henry get involved, as well as the detectives, when all of Jack's ex-partners show up looking for the treasure, and they all have a bone to pick with him.
|150px||Disco Didn't Die. It Was Murdered!||Writer: Saladin K. Patterson||Director: Mel Damski||08/15/08||#36 305|
|In 1978, Henry achieved his career bust by arresting a man who was plotting to bomb the SBPD. When his conviction gets overturned, Henry must stay out of sight while Shawn attempts to put the would-be bomber behind bars again, only to realize that the case goes way beyond one man.
|150px||There Might Be Blood||Writer: Kell Cahoon||Director: John Badham||08/22/08||#37 306|
|A safety inspector's death on an offshore oil rig appears to be accidental, but Vick encounters difficulty with the Coast Guard - of which her sister is a member - over jurisdiction. As Shawn finds himself as an unwitting pawn in their sibling rivalry, he finds out why the inspector was killed, and stumbles upon a missing person's case in the process.
|150px||Talk Derby to Me||Writer: Tim Meltreger||Director: Steve Miner||09/05/08||#38 307|
|Juliet goes undercover as a roller derby skater after Shawn deduces that a string of robberies have been committed by one of the teams. The case takes a turn when one of the robbers botches a drop, and Shawn learns that the robberies were a cover for something bigger.
|150px||Gus Walks Into a Bank||Writer: Andy Berman||Director: Eric Laneuville||09/12/08||#39 308|
|Gus ends up in a hostage situation after he walks into a bank. As Shawn attempts to negotiate with the gunman, he realizes that the situation was not meant to be a bank robbery, and not only does he butt heads with the chief negotiator, he discovers something about Juliet that he would rather just forget.
|150px||Christmas Joy||Writer: Saladin K. Patterson||Director: John Landis||11/28/08||#40 309|
|Gus' sister Joy comes to town for the holidays, and she seems very intent on continuing a past relationship with Shawn, who doesn't want Gus to know about it. When a little girl comes into Psych and asks Shawn and Gus to get a local Santa out of jail, they begin to think they've been conned, until a dead body turns up.
|150px||Six Feet Under the Sea||Writer: Steve Franks||Director: Steve Franks||01/09/09||#41 310|
|Shawn is none too pleased when Gus drags him to a funeral for local celebrity 'Shabby the Sea Lion' who was found dead after being released into the wild. Shawn sets out to prove it was murder and stumbles onto a bigger conspiracy.
|150px||Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing||Writer: Kell Cahoon & Tim Meltreger||Director: Stephen Surjik||01/16/09||#42 311|
|Lassiter has never liked the presence of Shawn and Gus since they became consultants in solving cases, but he finds himself in need of their help when he is the main suspect in a murder committed in his own precinct. Shawn is already certain that Lassiter is not guilty, and deduces that the killing was an inside job.
|150px||Earth, Wind and...Wait for It||Writer: Anupam Nigam||Director: Tim Matheson||01/23/09||#43 312|
|An arson investigator gets no help when she suspects that a recent fire was the result of arson and not an accident, but all it takes is Shawn's intervention to reveal that an arsonist/murderer is on the loose, so he and Gus infiltrate the firehouse that put out the fire to find out how deep the case really goes.
|150px||Any Given Friday Night at 10PM, 9PM Central||Writer: Josh Bycel||Director: Mel Damski||01/30/09||#44 313|
|Shawn and Gus go undercover at a professional football training camp - whose coach has a history with Shawn - when the foot of the team's missing kicker is discovered. At first it appears that he was killed by Russians to whom he owed a lot of money, but as Shawn keeps digging, he learns that the case is not at all what it seems.
|150px||Truer Lies||Writer: Tory Walker||Director: Martha Coolidge||02/06/09||#45 314|
|Ryan, a pathological liar with a history of lying to the police, is suspected of killing his super, and also claims to know about an assassination plot. Shawn is able to figure out that this liar is actually telling the truth, which leads him and Gus to an amnesiac, Tom Lieber, and the truth behind the case.
|150px||Tuesday the 17th||Writer: Steve Franks & James Roday||Director: James Roday||02/13/09||#46 315|
|Shawn and Gus are hired by a childhood friend named Jason Cummingham to find a missing camp counselor who disappeared near their old sleep-away campgrounds. After Jason reveals the truth behind the incident, everyone present is trapped there, and at the mercy of a killer. As all of this happens, Lassiter has dinner with his estranged wife Victoria, but it's a meeting he would rather forget.
|150px||An Evening With Mr. Yang||Writer: Andy Berman & James Roday||Director: Mel Damski||02/20/09||#47 316|
|Shawn decides to ask his high school crush Abigail out on a real date, but he soon finds himself the target of the mysterious Mr. Yang, a notorious serial killer who has been in exile since 1995. The feud becomes personal when Madeleine Spencer is kidnapped, and Shawn must push himself to his limits to solve this case.
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