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Monk, Season 2HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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TV's favorite defective detective, Adrian Monk, returns to solve a new batch of baffling mysteries with his trademark wit, wisdom, and hand wipes. Join Emmy- and Golden Globe-winner Tony Shalhoub as the quirky obsessive-compulsive detective in the second season of the widely acclaimed series Monk. His extensive dossier of phobias may keep him from working on the police force, but Monk's not about to let that stop him from solving crimes. Accompanied by his loyal (and infinitely patient) assistant Sharona (Bitty Schram), by-the-book Captain Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine), and eager-to-please Lieutenant Randall Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford), Monk's unconventional methods may just be what's needed to crack some of San Francisco's most puzzling and unusual cases.

Customer Reviews

good show, but...

monk is great, but if monk was real, he would not appreciate a 17-episode season; he'd like 10 or 20. thank you for your patience. over.

Great Episodes!!!

All of the episodes in season two are great! My favorite episode in this season is Mr. Monk Goes Back to School. It was hard to figure out how the murderer did it! I am excited they added seasons 2 and 3 on itunes because Monk is a great show. Tony Shalhoub is funny and clever and each crime is full of mystery. There are some really funny and clever episodes on this season, so be sure to check them out!!

It's MONK!

I don't like CSI, or other tv shows where it is all about the gadgets. Monk reminds me Sherlock Homes, it's elemantry my dear!