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Preview - Curious Caterer: Grilling Season

Nikki DeLoach and Andrew Walker star in the original mystery movie, "Curious Caterer: Grilling Season."

Nikki DeLoach and Andrew Walker star in the original mystery movie, "Curious Caterer: Grilling Season."

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Shawn and Gus attend a party hosted by an aging rockstar named Billy Lipps, a man the SBPD arrested years ago for a murder he doesn't remember committing.
Shawn and Gus investigate the whereabouts of a mysterious, masked vigilante named The Mantis who is trying to take down a local drug syndicate called The Caminos.
An investigation draws Monk back to the place where he first heard about Trudy's murder - but his fate has been unfortunately sealed as he retraces his steps on that fateful day.
A videotaped clue from Trudy provides Monk with the clues he needs to solve her murder - but he has very little time to catch her killer while finding out what poisoned him.
When a woman drives off the road to her death, her body is mysteriously found the next morning by a psychic known for fudging the truth. Monk must discover if she's telling the truth this time, or else let a murderer go free.
A judge is murdered while placing a 911 call, but before she dies she names her attacker - notorious criminal Dale Biederbeck. The problem is, "Dale the Whale" is over 800 pounds and hasn't left his bed in years.
A former San Francisco police detective suffering from an extreme case of obsessive-compulsive disorder is called in to investigate an apparent assassination attempt of a mayoral candidate in which one of his bodyguards is killed.
With an introduction to Monk's talent, his phobia's, and need for an assistant, Monk investigates the murder of the candidate bodyguard and a political worker. He determines the candidate was not the intended target.
A police officer and friend of Stottlemeyer is framed for a crime he didn't commit involving a ferris wheel. Meanwhile Monk tries to convince Stottlemeyer to get him reinstated.
Monk is committed to an asylum, where he becomes convinced the chief psychiatrist committed a murder several years prior.
An ex-cop is forced to shoot a billionaire software magnate who turns mugger, but nobody can account for why the would-be mugger would turn to crime.
After Gus accidentally tampers with the crime where his boss was killed, Shawn helps him find the real murderer before Gus is arrested.
After Shawn and Gus' favorite radio DJ is murdered, they go undercover as on-air personalities to find his killer.
After a woman dies from what appears to be a plastic surgery mishap, Shawn and Gus believe the killer is her doctor, a woman who happens to be an old flame of Henry's.
An eccentric police consultant is brought into the SBPD to interview Shawn, Gus, Lassiter and Juliet about their seemingly poor police work on a tough case.
Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) dive into a world that's equal parts mystery and melody to track down an escaped playwright mad man, Z (Anthony Rapp, "Rent").
Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) dive into a world that's equal parts mystery and melody to track down an escaped playwright mad man, Z (Anthony Rapp, "Rent").
Stylish art thief Pierre Despereaux summons Shawn to London to help on an undercover sting operation.
Lassiter must enlist Shawn and Gus to help him take down a dangerous criminal who tried to kill the Santa Barbara PD's quirky Interim Chief Trout.
Psych makes television history in a never-been-done remake of the season one episode "Cloudy with a Chance of Murder."
Woody the Coroner is taken hostage and although Shawn, Gus, Lassiter and Detective O'Hare try carefully to resolve the situation, Interim Chief Trout has a plan of his own.
Gus is determined to solve the murder of a man whose life was strangely similar to his own.
Detective Lassiter is determined to be appointed to Chief of Police, so he sets out to prove himself worthy of the job by trying to solve the murder of the Mayor's uncle, Archie Baxter.
Shawn and Gus go undercover to find the murderer of their favorite food truck owner.
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