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24th Dec '15 1:44:36 PM Lolapola
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** Another one from this episode: when Shawn confronts Henry about getting his motorcycle taken away, we get one of the first serious moments of the series - Henry angrily confesses that he's terrified that one day he'll get a call to say Shawn's motorcycle has killed him. It's also one of the first times we see that Henry really does love Shawn, and Shawn is visibly shocked for a moment.
17th Sep '15 4:55:46 PM Sparklles
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* The fact that Henry would frame and hang up on his wall a picture that Shawn made as a grown man which is described as "not bad for a toddler" in "Yang 3 in 2D".
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* In Season Six pilot, Shawn blurts out, on lie detector, that he loves Juliet. This prompts Lassiter to later calmly announce--AGAIN on lie detector, no less--that if Shawn hurts or disrespects Juliet in anyway, [[IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer Lassiter will shoot him]]. Repeatedly.
** Doubles as a [[CrowningMomentofFunny CMoF]]

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Season Six pilot, 1]]
*
Shawn blurts out, on lie detector, that he loves Juliet. This prompts and Juliet conspiring to give Lassiter a confidence boost after he drunkenly spilled his guts to later calmly announce--AGAIN on lie detector, no less--that if the former about the separation with his wife. Shawn hurts or disrespects Juliet in anyway, [[IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer solves the case, convinces Lassiter will shoot him]]. Repeatedly.
that the detective was the one who solved it, and does it all without losing his snarky, here-to-annoy edge.
** Doubles At the beginning of the episode, Shawn is on a date with a girl. He uses his observation to deduce that she has just gotten out of a relationship, and she admits that she just found out her boyfriend was cheating on her, describing all the behavior he's been exhibiting to prove it. Shawn puts together the clues and tells her that the boyfriend's not cheating on her -- he's getting ready to ask her to marry him, and convinces the girl to call and confirm it. One scene later, the girl runs through the bar screaming that she just got engaged and hugs Shawn, sobbing "Thank you, oh thank you!"
* At the end of the pilot episode Henry bluntly tells Shawn that he's not okay with Shawn's decision to pose
as a [[CrowningMomentofFunny CMoF]]psychic detective, "not okay with any of it"... then Shawn's powers of observation notice the newspaper on the passenger seat of Henry's car, open to a big picture of Shawn and a banner headline describing how he solved the big case. Awww, secret man-pride.
* One of my favorite things about Shawn is how those characteristics have always been there, even in the pilot. He's guilt-stricken when he thinks he could have prevented the deaths at the cabin, and he uses his HyperAwareness to figure out the characteristics of the girl he has a crush on and like her for her personality.
* Another small one in "9 Lives": when the killer aims his gun at Gus during the climactic standoff with the police, Shawn sidles in front of Gus to shield him with his body. The completely casual, subtle way he does it makes it even better, as though it were a completely obvious move for Shawn to make.
* "Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder" has a good one. Despite being the one to get the suspect, Lassiter actually thinks she's ''innocent.'' He subtly encourages Shawn to find out what happened and when he did, it's implied he ended up getting Shawn's motorcycle back (Shawn along with help from Gus, Henry and their new lawyer friend were originally gonna try and bid for it back).
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[[folder: Season 2]]
* At the end of the last episode of the second season, Interim Chief Vick has been confirmed as the permanent Chief and everyone is very happy for her. Even Lassie gives her a non-ironic, heartfelt congratulations. She learns that the mayor was pressured into it as a result of being caught cheating, and the photo credit tells her it was Shawn who did it and they just share a look that just screams "thank you" on the one hand and "you deserve it" on the other.
* "You treat a woman like a person, and then a princess, and then a Greek goddess, and then a person again." Partially because of it being a sweet philosophy that shows Shawn is not just a player, and partially because of it being a Henry/Shawn moment (and one of the few pieces of fatherly advice Shawn took seriously).
** The little moments of real concern from Shawn are the best. At the end of "Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion", when Shawn is talking to [[spoiler:Emily Bloom]], who is in the hospital after almost dying, and shows legitimate concern that she's all right (and regret that he has to leave when he figures out the mystery) I always want to say "Awwww."
* At the end of "There's Something About Mira," when Shawn, Jules, and Lassiter are rushing to save Gus, and Shawn begs them to give him a gun--Gus is in danger!
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[[folder: Season 3]]



* The shot of Lassie hugging a crying Juliet [[spoiler:after she was almost killed by Mr. Yin.]]
** Also the fact that when you think about it, not only is she crying over the trauma over what happened, but because [[spoiler:Shawn didn't come to save her.]] The look on Lassie's face makes it even more adorable.
* Shawn and Juliet conspiring to give Lassiter a confidence boost after he drunkenly spilled his guts to the former about the seperation with his wife. Shawn solves the case, convinces Lassiter that the detective was the one who solved it, and does it all without losing his snarky, here-to-annoy edge.
* "A Very Juliet Episode", most stuff with Lassie.



* "You kill him, I kill you," delivered in a completely serious tone. Might also counts as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.
** That line is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and the [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMoH]] is just before that:
-->'''Shawn''': I can't watch him die. You'll have to kill me first.
-->'''Gus''': You must be outta your damn mind if you think I'm gonna sit here and die after watching you die...I don't blame you, Shawn. I want you to know that if I had the chance to do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing. You're my best friend, and we got a chance to live out our childhood dreams. I DON'T BLAME YOU. Okay? And I'm sorry if I couldn't always cut loose the way you wanted me too.



* Shawn's utterly unstrung, frantic, babbling panic when he's trying to pull the limp figure who he mistakes for Gus out of the shallow water of the reservoir in "Tuesday the 17th".
* Gus telling Shawn that he loves him, and clinging to him in a tight bear hug for several seconds while visibly holding back tears in "Gus Walks into a Bank".
* In the third season finale, Shawn tells Gus that [[spoiler: he has to act the fool to avoid all the pressure and terror of the case and the general misery of detective work crush him.]] Gus doesn't hesitate to help him throughout the episode when in normal circumstances he wouldn't dare neglect his own dignity - and Shawn wholeheartedly thanks him for it.
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[[folder: Season 4]]
* The shot of Lassie hugging a crying Juliet [[spoiler:after she was almost killed by Mr. Yin.]]
** The fact that when you think about it, not only is she crying over the trauma over what happened, but because [[spoiler:Shawn didn't come to save her.]] The look on Lassie's face makes it even more adorable.
* "A Very Juliet Episode", most stuff with Lassie.



* At the end of the pilot episode Henry bluntly tells Shawn that he's not okay with Shawn's decision to pose as a psychic detective, "not okay with any of it"... then Shawn's powers of observation notice the newspaper on the passenger seat of Henry's car, open to a big picture of Shawn and a banner headline describing how he solved the big case. Awww, secret man-pride.
* At the end of the last episode of the second season, Interim Chief Vick has been confirmed as the permanent Chief and everyone is very happy for her. Even Lassie gives her a non-ironic, heartfelt congratulations. She learns that the mayor was pressured into it as a result of being caught cheating, and the photo credit tells her it was Shawn who did it and they just share a look that just screams "thank you" on the one hand and "you deserve it" on the other.
* Henry tells Shawn that he's ruined his fair share of relationships by not communicating and tells him to get off his duff and share it. This is immediately followed by Shawn sharing this with McNab.

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* At During the end of exorcism in "The Devil's in the pilot episode Henry bluntly tells Details...and the Upstairs Bathroom" when Shawn that he's not okay with Shawn's decision repeats "You're all right, you're all right," to pose the girl being exorcised--whose mental state nobody else seemed to worry about.
* From "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark", this one also counts
as a psychic detective, "not okay with any of it"... then Shawn's powers of observation notice CMOA. After Shawn has [[ItMakesSenseInContext shot the newspaper front of a truck while on the passenger seat hood of Henry's car, open to a big picture of Shawn Lassie's car going 80 mph]] and a banner headline describing how he solved now the big case. Awww, secret man-pride.
* At the end of the last episode of the second season, Interim Chief Vick has been confirmed as the permanent Chief and everyone
day is very happy for her. Even saved, Lassie gives her a non-ironic, heartfelt congratulations. She learns us this gem as he slaps the cuffs on the suspect
--->Lassie: Nice shooting, Detective.
** The moment when Shawn says "Dad!" as he moves forward to rest on top of the car while Henry rushes to him to help him get there. Plus, the "If you could just mail me back to my dad,
that the mayor was pressured into it would be awesome."
* In "He Dead" Shawn asks Henry what he would say if he only had a few seconds to live. Henry starts bumbling so Shawn gets impatient and leaves. After he leaves Henry replies, "I love you."
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[[folder: Season 5]]
* "You kill him, I kill you," delivered in a completely serious tone. Might also counts
as a result of being caught cheating, CrowningMomentOfAwesome.
** That line is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome,
and the photo credit tells her it was Shawn who did it and they [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming CMoH]] is just share a look before that:
-->'''Shawn''': I can't watch him die. You'll have to kill me first.
-->'''Gus''': You must be outta your damn mind if you think I'm gonna sit here and die after watching you die...I don't blame you, Shawn. I want you to know
that just screams "thank you" on if I had the one hand chance to do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing. You're my best friend, and "you deserve it" on we got a chance to live out our childhood dreams. I DON'T BLAME YOU. Okay? And I'm sorry if I couldn't always cut loose the other.
way you wanted me too.
* Henry tells Shawn that he's ruined his fair share of relationships by not communicating and tells him to get off his duff and share it. This is immediately followed by Shawn sharing this with McNab.[=McNab=].



* "You treat a woman like a person, and then a princess, and then a Greek goddess, and then a person again." Partially because of it being a sweet philosophy that shows Shawn is not just a player, and partially because of it being a Henry/Shawn moment (and one of the few pieces of fatherly advice Shawn took seriously).
* The little moments of real concern from Shawn are the best. At the end of "Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion", when Shawn is talking to [[spoiler:Emily Bloom]], who is in the hospital after almost dying, and shows legitimate concern that she's all right (and regret that he has to leave when he figures out the mystery) I always want to say "Awwww." Close second: During the exorcism in "The Devil's in the Details...and the Upstairs Bathroom" when Shawn repeats "You're all right, you're all right," to the girl being exorcised--whose mental state nobody else seemed to worry about.
** One of my favorite things about Shawn is how those characteristics have always been there, even in the pilot. He's guilt-stricken when he thinks he could have prevented the deaths at the cabin, and he uses his HyperAwareness to figure out the characteristics of the girl he has a crush on and like her for her personality.
* At the end of "There's Something About Mira," when Shawn, Jules, and Lassiter are rushing to save Gus, and Shawn begs them to give him a gun--Gus is in danger!



* In Season 5, Episode 14 "The Polarizing Express" at the end. Henry's fallen asleep and Shawn puts a (pineapple) blanket over him. Furthermore, this is just after Shawn asks Chief Vick to give Henry his job back.
* Next episode, "Dead Bear Walking" has a subtle one - the whole episode, Lassiter has been embarrassing himself in front of his sister; she just confessed to Shawn that she doesn't look up to him any more. What does he do? [[spoiler: figure out who the murderer is from the evidence Lassiter collected, place the incriminating document on top so Lassiter would remember it and then pretend to lose his train of thought (or 'forget his lines', as he's being filmed), allowing Lassiter to step up and be a hero in front of his sister.]] All without anybody noticing.
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[[folder: Season 6]]
* In the season premiere, Shawn blurts out, on lie detector, that he loves Juliet. This prompts Lassiter to later calmly announce--AGAIN on lie detector, no less--that if Shawn hurts or disrespects Juliet in anyway, [[IfYouEverDoAnythingToHurtHer Lassiter will shoot him]]. Repeatedly.
** Doubles as a [[CrowningMomentofFunny CMoF]]



** At this point, any moment between Carlton and Marlowe can count as this. When we see her again in “Let’s Do-wop It Again” Marlowe and Lassiter are almost the definition of {{SickeninglySweethearts}}. You will hate the one “no touching” guard.
** A small moment in the episode with the Series/TheBachelor style reality TV parody. Carlton calls out the contestants in his usual way, saying that true love can't be found on television. Shawn pipes up with "The pasty detective is right. True love isn't found on television, it's found in a woman's correctional facility". Lassie takes a moment to smile fondly to himself.

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** At this point, any moment between Carlton and Marlowe can count as this. * When we see her Marlowe again in “Let’s Do-wop It Again” Marlowe and Lassiter are almost the definition of {{SickeninglySweethearts}}.SickeninglySweethearts. You will hate the one “no touching” guard.
** A small moment in the episode with the Series/TheBachelor style ''Series/TheBachelor''-style reality TV parody. Carlton calls out the contestants in his usual way, saying that true love can't be found on television. Shawn pipes up with "The pasty detective is right. True love isn't found on television, it's found in a woman's correctional facility". Lassie takes a moment to smile fondly to himself.



* In Season 5, Episode 14 "The Polarizing Express" at the end. Henry's fallen asleep and Shawn puts a (pineapple) blanket over him. Furthermore, this is just after Shawn asks Chief Vick to give Henry his job back.
* Next episode, "Dead Bear walking" has a subtle one - the whole episode, Lassiter has been embarrassing himself in front of his sister; she just confessed to Shawn that she doesn't look up to him any more. What does he do? [[spoiler: figure out who the murderer is from the evidence Lassiter collected, place the incriminating document on top so Lassiter would remember it and then pretend to lose his train of thought (or 'forget his lines', as he's being filmed), allowing Lassiter to step up and be a hero in front of his sister.]] All without anybody noticing.
* From "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark", this one also counts as a CMOA. After Shawn has [[ItMakesSenseInContext shot the front of a truck while on the hood of Lassie's car going 80 mph]] and now the day is saved, Lassie gives us this gem as he slaps the cuffs on the suspect
--->Lassie: Nice shooting, Detective.
* In "He Dead" Shawn asks Henry what he would say if he only had a few seconds to live. Henry starts bumbling so Shawn gets impatient and leaves. After he leaves Henry replies,"I love you."



* A small one, but at the beginning of "From the Earth to the Starbucks", Shawn is on a date with a girl. He uses his observation to deduce that she has just gotten out of a relationship, and she admits that she just found out her boyfriend was cheating on her, describing all the behavior he's been exhibiting to prove it. Shawn puts together the clues and tells her that the boyfriend's not cheating on her -- he's getting ready to ask her to marry him, and convinces the girl to call and confirm it. One scene later, the girl runs through the bar screaming that she just got engaged and hugs Shawn, sobbing "Thank you, oh thank you!"
* Another small one in "9 Lives": when the killer aims his gun at Gus during the climactic standoff with the police, Shawn sidles in front of Gus to shield him with his body. The completely casual, subtle way he does it makes it even better, as though it were a completely obvious move for Shawn to make.
** There's a similar moment in "Heeeeere's Lassie!" when the killer tries to push Shawn and Gus off of a roof. Shawn shoves Gus out of her way first, before acting to save himself.
* Shawn's utterly unstrung, frantic, babbling panic when he's trying to pull the limp figure who he mistakes for Gus out of the shallow water of the reservoir in "Tuesday the 17th".
* Gus telling Shawn that he loves him, and clinging to him in a tight bear hug for several seconds while visibly holding back tears in "Gus Walks into a Bank".
* Gus's line in "Heeeeere's Lassie!"
-->"Yes, Mr. Ohara, Shawn has bent the truth on occasion, but he's as decent as they come. He's the kind of guy I'd want my daughter to marry...[[CrowningMomentOfFunny provided he was mostly black...and God-fearing...and she wasn't really my daughter.]]"

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* A small one, but at the beginning of "From the Earth to the Starbucks", Shawn is on a date with a girl. He uses his observation to deduce that she has just gotten out of a relationship, and she admits that she just found out her boyfriend was cheating on her, describing all the behavior he's been exhibiting to prove it. Shawn puts together the clues and tells her that the boyfriend's not cheating on her -- he's getting ready to ask her to marry him, and convinces the girl to call and confirm it. One scene later, the girl runs through the bar screaming that she just got engaged and hugs Shawn, sobbing "Thank you, oh thank you!"
* Another small one in "9 Lives": when the killer aims his gun at Gus during the climactic standoff with the police, Shawn sidles in front of Gus to shield him with his body.
** The completely casual, subtle way he does it makes it even better, as though it were a completely obvious move for Shawn to make.
** There's a similar
moment in where Shawn says that his greatest fear used to be something happening to him, followed by something happening to Gus, but Juliet has thrown that all around.
* In
"Heeeeere's Lassie!" Lassie," when the killer tries to push Shawn and Gus off of a roof. roof, Shawn shoves Gus out of her way first, before acting to save himself.
* Shawn's utterly unstrung, frantic, babbling panic when he's trying to pull the limp figure who he mistakes for Gus out of the shallow water of the reservoir in "Tuesday the 17th".
* Gus telling Shawn that he loves him, and clinging to him in a tight bear hug for several seconds while visibly holding back tears in "Gus Walks into a Bank".
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** Gus's line in "Heeeeere's Lassie!"
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-->"Yes, Mr. Ohara, O'Hara, Shawn has bent the truth on occasion, but he's as decent as they come. He's the kind of guy I'd want my daughter to marry...[[CrowningMomentOfFunny provided he was mostly black...and God-fearing...and she wasn't really my daughter.]]"



** Also, the bit when Lassie's detoxed from the crazy-gas. O'Hara drapes a blanket around him and asks for anything in the world that could make him feel better, Shawn brings him gazpacho, etc.
* The moment in "Santabarbaratown" where Shawn says that his greatest fear used to be something happening to him, followed by something happening to Gus, but Juliet has thrown that all around.
* In "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark," the moment that Shawn says "Dad!" as he moves forward to rest on top of the car while Henry rushes to him to help him get there. Plus the "If you could just mail me back to my dad, that would be awesome."
* "Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder" has a good one. Despite being the one to get the suspect, Lassiter actually thinks she's ''innocent.'' He subtly encourages Shawn to find out what happened and when he did, it's implied he ended up getting Shawn's motorcycle back (Shawn along with help from Gus, Henry and their new lawyer friend were originally gonna try and bid for it back).

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** Also, the The bit when Lassie's detoxed from the crazy-gas. O'Hara drapes a blanket around him and asks for anything in the world that could make him feel better, Shawn brings him gazpacho, etc.
* The moment in "Santabarbaratown" where Shawn says that his greatest fear used to be something happening to him, followed by something happening to Gus, but Juliet has thrown that all around.
* In "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark," the moment that Shawn says "Dad!" as he moves forward to rest on top of the car while Henry rushes to him to help him get there. Plus the "If you could just mail me back to my dad, that would be awesome."
* "Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder" has a good one. Despite being the one to get the suspect, Lassiter actually thinks she's ''innocent.'' He subtly encourages Shawn to find out what happened and when he did, it's implied he ended up getting Shawn's motorcycle back (Shawn along with help from Gus, Henry and their new lawyer friend were originally gonna try and bid for it back).
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[[folder: Season 7]]



* Toward the end of "Juliet Takes a Luvaa", Shawn talks about moving in together, and launches into one of his oddball non-sequitors - this one about pugs - and Juliet is right there with him on it. It's hilarious and heartwarming just how much on the same wavelength they are.

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* Toward the end of "Juliet Takes a Luvaa", Luvvah", Shawn talks about moving in together, and launches into one of his oddball non-sequitors - this one about pugs - and Juliet is right there with him on it. It's hilarious and heartwarming just how much on the same wavelength they are.



* "Deez Nups": Just how deeply and geniuenly happy Lassiter is to marry Marlowe, and vice-versa.

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* "Deez Nups": Just how deeply and geniuenly genuinely happy Lassiter is to marry Marlowe, and vice-versa.



** Also seeing Lassiter sorta admit that Shawn and Gus are his friends.
** Also, Lassiter is just so damn pleased to see his friend Stumpy and get a bachelor party.

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** Also seeing Seeing Lassiter sorta admit that Shawn and Gus are his friends.
** Also, Lassiter is just so damn pleased to see his friend Stumpy and get a bachelor party.



* In it's own way, the fact that Shawn takes it upon himself to draw Jules aside and tell her the truth in "Office Space" counts. Granted, she wasn't happy about it, but it shows that he ''is'' making progress in being honest with her.

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* In it's its own way, the fact that Shawn takes it upon himself to draw Jules aside and tell her the truth in "Office Space" counts. Granted, she wasn't happy about it, but it shows that he ''is'' making progress in being honest with her.



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[[folder: Season 8]]



* In the third season finale, Shawn tells Gus that [[spoiler: he has to act the fool to avoid all the pressure and terror of the case and the general misery of detective work crush him.]] Gus doesn't hesitate to help him throughout the episode when in normal circumstances he wouldn't dare neglect his own dignity - and Shawn wholeheartedly thanks him for it.

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* In the third season finale, Shawn tells Gus that [[spoiler: he has to act the fool to avoid all the pressure and terror of the case and the general misery of detective work crush him.]] Gus doesn't hesitate to help him throughout the episode when in normal circumstances he wouldn't dare neglect his own dignity - and Shawn wholeheartedly thanks him for it.[[/folder]]
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* Next episode, "Dead Bear walking" has a subtle one - the whole episode, Lassiter has been embarrassing himself in front of his sister; she just confessed to Shawn that she doesn't look up to him any more. What does he do? [[spoiler: figure out who the murderer is from the evidence Lassiter collected, place the incriminating document on top so Lassiter would remember it and then pretend to lose his train of thought (or 'forget his lines', as he's being filmed), allowing Lassiter to step up and be a hero in front of his sister.]] All without anybody noticing.
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** Rizzo's description of Marlowe as 'one tough broad' elicits a very proud "That's my gal" from Lassiter.
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* When Lassie buys Shawn's motorbike back for him at the end of "Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder."

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* When Lassie buys Shawn's motorbike back for him at the end of "Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder."Murder" has a good one. Despite being the one to get the suspect, Lassiter actually thinks she's ''innocent.'' He subtly encourages Shawn to find out what happened and when he did, it's implied he ended up getting Shawn's motorcycle back (Shawn along with help from Gus, Henry and their new lawyer friend were originally gonna try and bid for it back).
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** This is immediately followed up by another. Dutch The Clutch has been spending the episode [[spoiler: trying to kill himself to get a massive insurance payout for his family]] when Shawn gives him that speech. [[spoiler: He's just about to go on another stunt, one that he very much intends to kill himself on...and he doesn't.]]

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** This is immediately followed up by another. Dutch The Clutch has been spending the episode [[spoiler: trying to kill himself to get a massive insurance payout for his family]] when Shawn gives him that speech. [[spoiler: He's just Dutch is about to go on another stunt, one that perform the life-ending stunt. After listening to the speech, he very much intends to kill himself on...corrects Shawn about a BrickJoke (he ''was'' the kid who squirted chocolate milk from his eye) as he undoes the sabotage and he doesn't.proceeds to succeed in the stunt.]]



* Shawn and Juliet conspiring to give Lassiter a confidence boost after he drunkenly spilled his guts to the former. Shawn solves the case, convinces Lassiter that the detective was the one who solved it, and does it all without losing his snarky, here-to-annoy edge.

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* Shawn and Juliet conspiring to give Lassiter a confidence boost after he drunkenly spilled his guts to the former.former about the seperation with his wife. Shawn solves the case, convinces Lassiter that the detective was the one who solved it, and does it all without losing his snarky, here-to-annoy edge.



* In the episode with Alan Ruck as the bank robber, when Shawn realizes Gus is being held hostage he ''immediately'' tries to vault the car and run into the bank. Lassiter and Juliet have to physically restrain him.

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* In the episode with Alan Ruck as the bank robber, when Shawn realizes Gus is being held hostage hostage, he ''immediately'' tries to vault the car and run into the bank. Lassiter and Juliet have to physically restrain him.
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** A blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, Lassiter's mom and her partner both walk him down the aisle during the ceremony and they each give him a kiss on the cheek before taking their seats. Given that Lassie previously mentioned his struggles with accepting his mom's sexuality, it's an extra sweet moment.

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** A blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, Lassiter's mom and her partner both walk him down the aisle during the ceremony and they each give him a kiss on the cheek before taking their seats. Given that Lassie previously mentioned his struggles with accepting his mom's sexuality, it's an extra sweet moment.moment.
*** A blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, after the shoot-out at the wedding was over, we see that Carlton has moved in front of the seats where his mother & her partner was sitting, indicating he was protecting them.
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** A small moment in the episode with the Series/TheBachelor style reality TV parody. Carlton calls out the contestants in his usual way, saying that true love can't be found on television. Shawn pipes up with "The pasty detective is right. True love isn't found on television, it's found in a woman's correctional facility". Lassie takes a moment to smile fondly to himself.
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* "I'm an adventurer now, with a friendship for the ages."

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* "I'm an adventurer now, with a friendship for the ages.""
* In the third season finale, Shawn tells Gus that [[spoiler: he has to act the fool to avoid all the pressure and terror of the case and the general misery of detective work crush him.]] Gus doesn't hesitate to help him throughout the episode when in normal circumstances he wouldn't dare neglect his own dignity - and Shawn wholeheartedly thanks him for it.
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