Back in the field, Shawn spots a green smudge on a fence post.
He also sees that the victim is pale - so much for the tanning salon theory.
As they walk into the interrogation room, they find a fully unclothed man, Fred Turk.
With Lassiter happily watching through the one-way glass, Shawn and Gus proceed to give a very uncomfortable interview in which Turk claims he was abducted by aliens.
There was a crime committed here, he's just not sure what.
Turk wasn't assaulted or robbed, but he was probably drugged with a hallucinogen.
All else we can really do is welcome Psych, because it's obviously here to stay!
Now, your real-life husband, Brady Smith, is guesting on the show airing tonight. We had a great time.” And I said, “You’re allowed to love him, but you’re not allowed to love him more than me.”  So the crew said they didn’t. assign two agents to protect him and exploit such knowledge, turning his life upside down. Shawn and Gus go through many ups and downs trying to keep the ruse up. Or is the world they built going to come crumbling down? Quite often, there isn't more to examine than rotten flesh or mere bones. They are able to stay in business only because of the cases they work with Santa Barbara police department as psychics. A house in that area would be worth nearly a million dollars (for a tiny home) and up to -15 million for a multi-bedroom dwelling. After a serial killer imitates the plots of his novels, successful mystery novelist Richard "Rick" Castle receives permission from the Mayor of New York City to tag along with an NYPD homicide investigation team for research purposes. Unless Henry was secretly a multaimillionaire, there's no way that he could have afforded a home near the beach in Santa Barbara, especially being retired.He calls them over and says he's got a case for them.He hands Shawn the case file and tells him the victim is waiting to give a statement.If you want to fall out of your seat laughing, this show is definitely for you.Next weeks episode "Spellingg Bee" looks more promising than the premiere, if that's even a possibility. It’s called “Neighborhood Watch.” That won’t be until January or February. I’ve always said that Elizabeth is the voice of reason. It’ll be nice to see if they bring on some people I’ve worked with in the past. Tim and I have talked about this — and we’ve talked to the writers about it and Jeff Eastin, our creator. What’s Elizabeth’s take on all the Peter/Neal drama this season? That would be a lot of eye candy in one episode of TV.