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Adrian Monk, TV's defective detective, is back and he's ready to battle any crime ... as long as it doesn't involve germs, heights, or other people. Still hoping to be reinstated in the San Francisco Police Department, Monk continues to use his sharp intelligence, photographic memory, and ever-present hand wipes to solve even the dirtiest cases. At his side are Captain Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine), Lieutenant Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford), Sharona Fleming (Bitty Schram), and newcomer Natalie Teeger (Traylor Howard). Together they take on some daunting opponents, including the Mafia, the FBI, and a possibly murderous chimpanzee.

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Adrian Monk, TV's defective detective, is back and he's ready to battle any crime ... as long as it doesn't involve germs, heights, or other people. Still hoping to be reinstated in the San Francisco Police Department, Monk continues to use his sharp intelligence, photographic memory, and ever-present hand wipes to solve even the dirtiest cases. At his side are Captain Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine), Lieutenant Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford), Sharona Fleming (Bitty Schram), and newcomer Natalie Teeger (Traylor Howard). Together they take on some daunting opponents, including the Mafia, the FBI, and a possibly murderous chimpanzee.

    • EPISODE 1

    Mr. Monk Takes Manhattan

    Monk, Sharona, Captain Stottlemeyer, and Lieutenant Disher arrive in New York City to pursue a lead in the murder case of Monk's wife, Trudy. Dale the Whale has given them the name of a man that was involved: Warrick Tennyson. But before they can even check into their hotel rooms, Monk becomes a witness in the shooting death of the Latvian Ambassador to the United States. Unfortunately, Monk only gets a glimpse of the killer's left ear as he flees the scene of the crime.

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    • 43 Minutes

    Monk, Sharona, Captain Stottlemeyer, and Lieutenant Disher arrive in New York City to pursue a lead in the murder case of Monk's wife, Trudy. Dale the Whale has given them the name of a man that was involved: Warrick Tennyson. But before they can even check into their hotel rooms, Monk becomes a witness in the shooting death of the Latvian Ambassador to the United States. Unfortunately, Monk only gets a glimpse of the killer's left ear as he flees the scene of the crime.

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    • EPISODE 2

    Mr. Monk and the Panic Room

    It's the middle of the night at the estate of eccentric record producer Ian Blackburn. Blackburn is in his home studio, working on some songs for his pop superstar wife, Chloe (Carmen Electra). An alarm goes off, and Blackburn grabs his pet chimpanzee, Darwin, and runs to his fortified panic room where, moments later, police arrive on the scene and blast their way in. They enter to discover an incredibly bizarre tableau: Blackburn shot dead with Darwin the chimp standing over him, covered in blood and holding a revolver. Stottlemeyer and Disher reluctantly hold Darwin as the prime suspect, but they quickly enlist the help of Monk to determine the guilt or innocence of this most unlikely simian suspect.

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    It's the middle of the night at the estate of eccentric record producer Ian Blackburn. Blackburn is in his home studio, working on some songs for his pop superstar wife, Chloe (Carmen Electra). An alarm goes off, and Blackburn grabs his pet chimpanzee, Darwin, and runs to his fortified panic room where, moments later, police arrive on the scene and blast their way in. They enter to discover an incredibly bizarre tableau: Blackburn shot dead with Darwin the chimp standing over him, covered in blood and holding a revolver. Stottlemeyer and Disher reluctantly hold Darwin as the prime suspect, but they quickly enlist the help of Monk to determine the guilt or innocence of this most unlikely simian suspect.

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    • EPISODE 3

    Mr. Monk and the Blackout

    A bomb is detonated at a San Francisco power plant resulting in three deaths. Monk, Sharona, Capt. Stottlemeyer, and Lt. Disher are called in to investigate. They meet with the plant's attractive spokesperson, Michele Rivas, and the nerdy site engineer, Gene Edelson. It looks like an inside job until a note left behind at the crime scene leads the gang to 90s anti-military radical Winston Brenner. As they delve into Brenner's file, the investigation comes to a literal dead end: Brenner died in 1995. The police believe there is a chance that Brenner might have faked his own death, so Monk and the gang track down his old college roommate, a former radical named Alby Drake (Judge Reinhold).

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    A bomb is detonated at a San Francisco power plant resulting in three deaths. Monk, Sharona, Capt. Stottlemeyer, and Lt. Disher are called in to investigate. They meet with the plant's attractive spokesperson, Michele Rivas, and the nerdy site engineer, Gene Edelson. It looks like an inside job until a note left behind at the crime scene leads the gang to 90s anti-military radical Winston Brenner. As they delve into Brenner's file, the investigation comes to a literal dead end: Brenner died in 1995. The police believe there is a chance that Brenner might have faked his own death, so Monk and the gang track down his old college roommate, a former radical named Alby Drake (Judge Reinhold).

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    • EPISODE 4

    Mr. Monk Gets Fired

    Somewhere in the San Francisco suburbs, Paul Harley has a surprise for his mistress, Larysa Zeryeva. He blindfolds her, leads her to his garage, and (surprise!) smashes her in the head with a tire iron. Harley then proceeds to cut up the body with a chainsaw. Meanwhile, over at Police Headquarters, Captain Stottlemeyer is investigating an arson case that took place at a wig factory. But Commissioner Brooks, Stottlemeyer's ornery new boss, has a more pressing matter for investigation: a woman's torso has washed ashore in San Francisco Bay. Stottlemeyer turns his attention to the torso murder, quickly bringing Monk on board.

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    • 42 Minutes

    Somewhere in the San Francisco suburbs, Paul Harley has a surprise for his mistress, Larysa Zeryeva. He blindfolds her, leads her to his garage, and (surprise!) smashes her in the head with a tire iron. Harley then proceeds to cut up the body with a chainsaw. Meanwhile, over at Police Headquarters, Captain Stottlemeyer is investigating an arson case that took place at a wig factory. But Commissioner Brooks, Stottlemeyer's ornery new boss, has a more pressing matter for investigation: a woman's torso has washed ashore in San Francisco Bay. Stottlemeyer turns his attention to the torso murder, quickly bringing Monk on board.

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    • EPISODE 5

    Mr. Monk Meets the Godfather

    When an unknown gunman shoots up a barbershop owned by the mob, Monk is called on by Salvatore Lucarelli (Phillip Baker Hall), the West Coast Godfather, to find the killer and prevent a mob war. Monk initially wants nothing to do with the Lucarelli family, but the Feds convince him to take the job and help bring down the entire organization.

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    When an unknown gunman shoots up a barbershop owned by the mob, Monk is called on by Salvatore Lucarelli (Phillip Baker Hall), the West Coast Godfather, to find the killer and prevent a mob war. Monk initially wants nothing to do with the Lucarelli family, but the Feds convince him to take the job and help bring down the entire organization.

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    • EPISODE 6

    Mr. Monk and the Girl Who Cried

    When Sharona is approached in a parking garage by a staggering, blood-soaked man, she runs screaming for Monk, who's waiting outside. When they return moments later, there's no trace of a body. The police are unable to find any evidence that suggests anything out of the ordinary - except Sharona's behavior. Captain Stottlemeyer encourages Monk to give Sharona a few days off to relax: clearly she's overworked. A few days later, Sharona attends her evening creative writing course where, strangely, her professor claims Sharona never handed her paper in. Confused, Sharona leaves and heads for home. On the way, she stops for gas - and again comes face to face with the blood-soaked man from the parking garage!

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    When Sharona is approached in a parking garage by a staggering, blood-soaked man, she runs screaming for Monk, who's waiting outside. When they return moments later, there's no trace of a body. The police are unable to find any evidence that suggests anything out of the ordinary - except Sharona's behavior. Captain Stottlemeyer encourages Monk to give Sharona a few days off to relax: clearly she's overworked. A few days later, Sharona attends her evening creative writing course where, strangely, her professor claims Sharona never handed her paper in. Confused, Sharona leaves and heads for home. On the way, she stops for gas - and again comes face to face with the blood-soaked man from the parking garage!

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    • EPISODE 7

    Mr. Monk and the Employee of the Month

    It's almost dawn at a suburban "Mega-Mart" retail store, and the store's best employee, Edna Coruthers, arrives early for work. There's a note telling her to go to the loading dock, and when she gets there, a forklift rumbles toward her, knocking over a stack of TV sets. Poor Edna is crushed and killed. Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher investigate, and the case appears to be a routine industrial accident. But the store's security manager suspects foul play and calls Monk to the scene. It turns out the security manager is Joe Christie, Monk's ex-partner who was kicked off the force years ago for stealing drugs from an evidence room. Christie shows Monk some evidence, but Monk refuses to work with his crooked ex-partner.

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    It's almost dawn at a suburban "Mega-Mart" retail store, and the store's best employee, Edna Coruthers, arrives early for work. There's a note telling her to go to the loading dock, and when she gets there, a forklift rumbles toward her, knocking over a stack of TV sets. Poor Edna is crushed and killed. Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher investigate, and the case appears to be a routine industrial accident. But the store's security manager suspects foul play and calls Monk to the scene. It turns out the security manager is Joe Christie, Monk's ex-partner who was kicked off the force years ago for stealing drugs from an evidence room. Christie shows Monk some evidence, but Monk refuses to work with his crooked ex-partner.

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    • EPISODE 8

    Mr. Monk and the Game Show

    With Sharona out of town visiting her ailing mother, Monk has been left in the care of his annoying former neighbor, Kevin Dorfman. As Monk is forced to deal with Kevin's antics, there's a knock on the door. To his astonishment, it's Dwight Ellison, the father of his late wife, Trudy. Ellison is an executive overseeing a popular game show called "Treasure Chest." He's convinced the current champion is cheating, so he asks Monk to come to Los Angeles to help him figure out what's going on. Monk and Dwight head to L.A., with Kevin in tow.

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    With Sharona out of town visiting her ailing mother, Monk has been left in the care of his annoying former neighbor, Kevin Dorfman. As Monk is forced to deal with Kevin's antics, there's a knock on the door. To his astonishment, it's Dwight Ellison, the father of his late wife, Trudy. Ellison is an executive overseeing a popular game show called "Treasure Chest." He's convinced the current champion is cheating, so he asks Monk to come to Los Angeles to help him figure out what's going on. Monk and Dwight head to L.A., with Kevin in tow.

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    • EPISODE 9

    Mr. Monk Takes His Medicine

    Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher are making a routine arrest when a mysterious man in a car drives up and shoots at them, wounding Stottlemeyer. With Stottlemeyer in the hospital, Monk joins Disher in an intense investigation. Their prime suspect is the man Stottlemeyer and Disher were trying to arrest at the time of the shooting, a biker who was attempting to skip bail. When Monk and Disher try to apprehend the biker, Monk's obsessive-compulsive disorder allows the suspect to escape. Consumed with guilt, Monk goes to Dr. Kroger (Stanley Kamel) for help. Dr. Kroger gives Monk some pills that help people with O.C.D., and Monk reluctantly tries them. The pills work, and soon Monk becomes a completely different person. He's more relaxed, and his fears and phobias seem to be gone. But despite the benefits, there's one key cost: Monk has lost his ability to solve crime.

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    Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher are making a routine arrest when a mysterious man in a car drives up and shoots at them, wounding Stottlemeyer. With Stottlemeyer in the hospital, Monk joins Disher in an intense investigation. Their prime suspect is the man Stottlemeyer and Disher were trying to arrest at the time of the shooting, a biker who was attempting to skip bail. When Monk and Disher try to apprehend the biker, Monk's obsessive-compulsive disorder allows the suspect to escape. Consumed with guilt, Monk goes to Dr. Kroger (Stanley Kamel) for help. Dr. Kroger gives Monk some pills that help people with O.C.D., and Monk reluctantly tries them. The pills work, and soon Monk becomes a completely different person. He's more relaxed, and his fears and phobias seem to be gone. But despite the benefits, there's one key cost: Monk has lost his ability to solve crime.

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    • EPISODE 10

    Mr. Monk and the Red Herring

    Single mom Natalie Teeger (Traylor Howard) hears a noise in the middle of the night. She checks on her daughter, Julie, and then goes to her living room. An intruder lunges at her out of the darkness, and a vicious struggle ensues. In desperation, Natalie grabs a scissors and stabs the intruder, killing him. Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher arrive to investigate the case. It turns out Natalie had another intruder in her house a couple of days earlier: a man posing as a water meter reader who looked around her living room and took off. Nobody can figure out what the crooks were after, so Captain Stottlemeyer recommends that Natalie contact Monk.

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    Single mom Natalie Teeger (Traylor Howard) hears a noise in the middle of the night. She checks on her daughter, Julie, and then goes to her living room. An intruder lunges at her out of the darkness, and a vicious struggle ensues. In desperation, Natalie grabs a scissors and stabs the intruder, killing him. Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher arrive to investigate the case. It turns out Natalie had another intruder in her house a couple of days earlier: a man posing as a water meter reader who looked around her living room and took off. Nobody can figure out what the crooks were after, so Captain Stottlemeyer recommends that Natalie contact Monk.

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    • EPISODE 11

    Mr. Monk vs. the Cobra

    When author John Ricca wrote his controversial tell-all biography of deceased Kung Fu movie star Sonny Chow, he knew some people wouldn't be happy. What he hadn't counted on was being killed for writing it -- let alone by Sonny Chow himself. Baffled by the idea that someone who has been dead for six years could have committed a murder, Captain Stottlemeyer calls Monk on the case.

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    When author John Ricca wrote his controversial tell-all biography of deceased Kung Fu movie star Sonny Chow, he knew some people wouldn't be happy. What he hadn't counted on was being killed for writing it -- let alone by Sonny Chow himself. Baffled by the idea that someone who has been dead for six years could have committed a murder, Captain Stottlemeyer calls Monk on the case.

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    • EPISODE 12

    Mr. Monk Gets Cabin Fever

    When Monk witnesses a Chinese gang murder, he becomes a federal witness under the protective custody of old friend Agent Grooms. Grooms takes Monk, along with Natalie and Captain Stottlemeyer, to a remote FBI cabin in the woods. On the way to the hideaway, they meet Martin and Kathy Willowby, who live in a cabin not far from the one where Monk is staying.

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    When Monk witnesses a Chinese gang murder, he becomes a federal witness under the protective custody of old friend Agent Grooms. Grooms takes Monk, along with Natalie and Captain Stottlemeyer, to a remote FBI cabin in the woods. On the way to the hideaway, they meet Martin and Kathy Willowby, who live in a cabin not far from the one where Monk is staying.

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    • EPISODE 13

    Mr. Monk Gets Stuck in Traffic

    It's dawn at a construction site, and Ray Galardi, a tough-looking gangster, is meeting with Steve Marriot, an environmental activist. Galardi wants Marriot to withdraw a lawsuit that's holding up Galardi's plans for a strip mall. When Marriot refuses, Galardi smashes him in the head with a lead pipe, killing him. Later that day, Natalie is driving Monk and Julie down the highway on their way back from one of Julie's field hockey games. A truck cuts Natalie off, and Monk reports it to the trucking company. Minutes later, Natalie is passed by a dump truck driven by the killer, Ray Galardi.

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    It's dawn at a construction site, and Ray Galardi, a tough-looking gangster, is meeting with Steve Marriot, an environmental activist. Galardi wants Marriot to withdraw a lawsuit that's holding up Galardi's plans for a strip mall. When Marriot refuses, Galardi smashes him in the head with a lead pipe, killing him. Later that day, Natalie is driving Monk and Julie down the highway on their way back from one of Julie's field hockey games. A truck cuts Natalie off, and Monk reports it to the trucking company. Minutes later, Natalie is passed by a dump truck driven by the killer, Ray Galardi.

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    • EPISODE 14

    Mr. Monk Goes to Vegas

    Millionaire Las Vegas casino owner Daniel Thorn (James Brolin) is leaving for a fundraising benefit with his beautiful wife, Sheryl, when tragedy strikes. Sheryl's trademark scarf gets caught in the doors of Thorn's private elevator, strangling her and breaking her neck. The authorities classify the death as an accident. Captain Stottlemeyer is in Las Vegas for a bachelor party at the same time as the death. He suspects Sheryl Thorn was murdered, and calls on Monk to investigate. When Monk arrives, Stottlemeyer is too hung over from partying the night before to remember the incriminating evidence he discovered against Thorn, so Monk has to start from scratch.

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    Millionaire Las Vegas casino owner Daniel Thorn (James Brolin) is leaving for a fundraising benefit with his beautiful wife, Sheryl, when tragedy strikes. Sheryl's trademark scarf gets caught in the doors of Thorn's private elevator, strangling her and breaking her neck. The authorities classify the death as an accident. Captain Stottlemeyer is in Las Vegas for a bachelor party at the same time as the death. He suspects Sheryl Thorn was murdered, and calls on Monk to investigate. When Monk arrives, Stottlemeyer is too hung over from partying the night before to remember the incriminating evidence he discovered against Thorn, so Monk has to start from scratch.

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    • EPISODE 15

    Mr. Monk and the Election

    Natalie is running for the school board in an effort to keep Julie's school from being closed. She's set up her office in an abandoned storefront, and she has a crew of supporters helping her with signs, mailings, and phone calls. Suddenly, shots ring out, and the office is riddled with bullets. Monk, Stottlemeyer, and Disher go to a nearby rooftop, where they find a dead security guard and a note from the sniper that demands that Natalie withdraw from the race.

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    Natalie is running for the school board in an effort to keep Julie's school from being closed. She's set up her office in an abandoned storefront, and she has a crew of supporters helping her with signs, mailings, and phone calls. Suddenly, shots ring out, and the office is riddled with bullets. Monk, Stottlemeyer, and Disher go to a nearby rooftop, where they find a dead security guard and a note from the sniper that demands that Natalie withdraw from the race.

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    • EPISODE 16

    Mr. Monk and the Kid

    It seems like just another day in the park for Janet Novak (Nicole Sullivan) and her playful group of foster children ... until her toddler Tommy goes missing. The police rush in to search for the child and soon find the boy safe and sound, but with a little surprise in hand -- he's carrying a human finger! Realizing Tommy is too young to tell them where he found it, Captain Stottlemeyer locks down the park and begins searching for a body. When the police don't find anything, Stottlemeyer calls on Adrian Monk to put the pieces together.

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    It seems like just another day in the park for Janet Novak (Nicole Sullivan) and her playful group of foster children ... until her toddler Tommy goes missing. The police rush in to search for the child and soon find the boy safe and sound, but with a little surprise in hand -- he's carrying a human finger! Realizing Tommy is too young to tell them where he found it, Captain Stottlemeyer locks down the park and begins searching for a body. When the police don't find anything, Stottlemeyer calls on Adrian Monk to put the pieces together.

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