Season 8 episodes
In the Psych office, Shawn rigs up a camera and records himself recounting a story. He starts at the beginning when Gus got his new job a week ago...
A Nightmare on State Street
Gus and Emmanuelle’s relationship is on the rocks and Gus starts to have trouble sleeping because of it. She won’t return his calls and he’s totally distressed.
A Touch of Sweevil
After years of trying, Shawn finally gets an invite to be a panelist at the Cutting Edge Consultants Convention hosted by Professor Bob Stein, a Paranormal Forensics Expert.
Shawn and Gus Truck Things Up
Shawn and Gus investigate the murder of Mauricio Sanchez, owner of their favorite taco food truck in Santa Barbara.
1967: A Psych Odyssey
Chief Vick announces she took a job as Chief at a station up north in the bay area and will not be returning to the SBPD as chief. The group is shocked to hear this news. Lassiter, although saddened by this news, immediately sets his sights on being appointed as the new chief. Vick says she put in a good for him at the mayor’s office, but can’t make any promises. After Shawn, Gus and Lassiter say their goodbyes, Vick asks Juliet to speak with her in private. She asks Juliet to join her up north and serve as her head detective. Juliet knows this is a huge opportunity, but she needs time to think about it.
Gus arrives at his job at Central Coast Pharmaceuticals and is immediately bombarded by his boss, Mr. Latrek. His workday has barely started and he’s already been given a list of tasks to do.
Someone's Got a Woody
In the Psych office, Shawn and Gus discuss the fact that Chief Trout still hasn’t hired them to work on any cases for the SBPD. They entertain the idea of inventing a case, but they know that will never work.
Remake A.K.A. Cloudy…With A Chance Of Improvement
This episode is a remake of “Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder,” an episode that originally aired in Season 1 of Psych. Mirroring the case in the original “Cloudy,” Shawn and Gus try to solve the murder of local weatherman Jackson Hale.
S.E.I.Z.E. the Day
We pick up where we left off last season. Vick has been put on suspension for 6 months, Trout is the Interim Chief, Lassiter has been demoted to beat cop, Juliet is now Interim Head Detective and Trout still has no interest in hiring Shawn and Gus to help the SBPD solve any cases. Shawn and Gus show up to a crime scene uninvited, hoping to prove themselves worthy to Trout. The SBPD have stationed themselves outside a house they know their perp is hiding in. Trout is devising their a plan of attack with Juliet. Shawn’s first move is to get past the police barricade with the help of a shy onlooker holding flowers for his wife. The shy man is trying to get to his house, which is nearby the house the SBPD is blocking off. He can’t get to it because the barricade is in the way. When the shy man approaches the barricade, Trout has him arrested for disrupting a police investigation. Just then, Lassiter sees the perp from his vantage point. Knowing he needs to prove himself to Trout in order to be reinstated as head detective, Lassiter decides to take down the perp himself. He does so in stunning fashion, but Trout fails to give Lassiter credit for the takedown at the press conference a couple days later.
Lock, Stock, Some Smoking Barrels and Burton Guster's Goblet of Fire
Shawn and Gus recount their adventure in London through a “Guy Ritchie” style Voiceover. We learn that Gus is in London for a Harry Potter convention called “Pottercon” and that Shawn has been summoned by Interpol to help on an undercover sting.