Categories: Pre-season, Season, Post-season, Alternate Universe, Crossover, Short Characters: Buzz, Gus, Henry, Jack Spencer, Joy Guster, Juliet, Karen, Lassiter, Maddie Spencer, Mary, Mr. Yang, Mr. Yin, OFC, OMC, Other, Shawn
Categories: Post-season Characters: Shawn
On the Psych website, under season 4 episodes, there is an interveiw with Maggie Lawson titled, "Scenes to look forward to? (Spoiler Warning!)". I want your impressions of this episode.
I would very much like to see an entire episode written, although NOT in script form. I would like to see it written like a book.
Keep in mind that, as the title of the interveiw states, there will be spoilers!
Categories: Season Characters: Gus, Henry, Juliet, Lassiter, Shawn
The purpose of this challenge is to work the phrase "Are you a fan of delicious flavor?" into the weirdest situations. For example:
- rebuilding his motorcycle engine
- having sex
- hostage situation (i.e. Shawn would then throw his smoothie onto the gun man to blind and/or distract him allowing Buzz or Juliet to get away)
- in an interview for a new Psych secretary
Categories: Season Characters: Buzz, Gus, Henry, Juliet, Karen, Lassiter, Shawn
Choose from one of three poems, linked here:
Fire And Ice, Robert Frost (http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/fire-and-ice/)
Whatif, Shel Silverstein (http://faculty.weber.edu/chansen/humanweb/projects/MeghanUng/whatif.htm)
Rain, Don Paterson (http://www.newyorker.com/fiction/poetry/2008/05/26/080526po_poem_paterson)
(The last one is my personal favorite poem.)
Your story can be in any genre of any length. Extra pineapples for humor, since those aren't exactly the happiest poems ever. Try to stay away from using original characters and crossovers.
Option 1: Have a character recite or quote the poem.
Option 2: Let a poem be the inspiration for your fiction and link the poem (or type it, depending on the length) at the beginning of your story.
Categories: Short, Pre-season, Season, Post-season, Alternate Universe Characters: Buzz, Gus, Henry, Juliet, Karen, Lassiter, Other, Shawn
Nothing to do with the title. I want Shawn to get stalked. From there, it can go two ways.
WAY 1: I want Shawn thinking something weird's going on, but not knowing what, and when he realizes he's being stalked, no one should believe him at first. Then he gets kidnapped or soemthing and everyone else has no choice but to believe as they try to rescue him.
WAY 2: No one knows he's being stalked, not even him. But, when a few recent murders are found to all have been girls Shawn's had... well, relations, with, he becomes a suspect. He becomes determined to solve the cases after he's let out on bail, despite everyone (with the possible exception of Gus) telling him to stay out of it. Right as he discovers who the murderer is, but has yet to discover why she murdered the women, she kidnaps him, and once more, the gang's gotta rush to save him.
Shawn Whumpage (but not too much; whomever it is is "in love" with Shawn)
Juliet getting threatened, for being too close to Shawn. Eventual Shules.
The gang discovering something really freaky, like that the stalker's apartment is literally covered in photos of Shawn, or somthing.
And... that's it. Go to town on it, people!
Categories: Season Characters: Gus, Henry, Juliet, Karen, Lassiter, Shawn
Warning for a psychic pretending to not be psychic pretending to be psychic.
1. Henry can't know about the ruse, though whether he finds out is up to you. Whether or not Gus knows at all is also up to you.
2. Must involve a case, and Shawn solving it. (Whumpage welcome but not required.)
3. As Shawn uses his memory and skills to solve cases, he doesn't necessarily need to use his actual psychic powers to solve anything. But he does need to use them.
It can be written at any point in (or out of) the timeline, but bonus for being after Shawn and Juliet start dating, and her knowing or finding out about about the entire ruse.
Categories: Pre-season, Season, Post-season Characters: Buzz, Gus, Henry, Juliet, Karen, Lassiter, Shawn