|First appearance:||Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast|
|Last appearance:||Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast|
Scary Sherry: Bianca's ToastEdit
In "Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast," Bianca is the kind of airhead debutante who gives the highest social circle a reputation for being square, a moneyed, pampered princess whose outlet for what little personality she has passes through an endless reservoir of pure spleen. She and her sorority sisters at Beta Kappa Theta continue the long tradition of hazing by terrifying newbies with tales of Scary Sherry, the Santa Barbara suicide witnessed by Shawn and Gus when they were nine - after a fashion.
She seems to have a kind of sniping symbiosis with Betty, as they don't really care for each other, but there's no other discernible life on their rarefied echelon of existence. Into this equation comes Mary Lou Baumgartner, better known to the boys at Psych as Juliet O'Hara, who is there looking (undercover) into the death of Doreen Harthan. Bianca, perhaps seeking variety in her company, listens to the new girl when the latter wants to bring psychic "Mr. Spencer" to the sorority house, and is awestruck by his reading of her, which Shawn milks for all it's worth. A couple of days later, however, while preparing for a party, Bianca is electrocuted in her bath by a toaster, dropped in through an open window.
Doreen, it turns out, was the victim of a hazing gone wrong, conducted by Bianca and Betty, and her ghost is out for vengeance. Her spirit, in this instance, resides in her best friend, Alice Bundy, who discovered what happened that night, and is determined to make the two girls responsible, Bianca and Betty, pay. She has, however, added the snooping Mary Lou to her list, and the Psych duo and Lassiter turn up just in time, not to save Juliet, but to keep her from doing something she'll regret, and instead simply take Alice into custody.