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  • Actors: Tony Shalhoub, Traylor Howard, Jason Gray-Stanford, Ted Levine
  • Directors: Monk Season 7
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 21, 2009
  • Run Time: 688 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (185 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001W79MHM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,267 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Monk: Season 7" on IMDb

Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Mr. Monk Buys a House Video Commentary with Creator/Co-Writer Andy Breckman
  • Mr. Monk Gets Lotto Fever Video Commentary with Writer Hy Conrad

  • Disc 2:
  • Mr. Monk Is Underwater Video Commentary with Writer Jack Bernstein
  • Mr. Monk Falls in Love Video Commentary with Writers Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan
  • Mr. Monk’s 100th Case Video Commentary with Writer Tom Scharpling
  • Mr. Monk Gets Hypnotized Video Commentary with Writers Tom Gammill and Max Pross

  • Disc 3:
  • Monk P.I. - Promotional Ad

  • Disc 4:
  • Anatomy of an Episode

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    Tony Shalhoub returns to his acclaimed three-time Primetime Emmy® Award and Golden Globe®-winning role for a stellar seventh season in the quirky and irreverent detective show, Monk. Join him and phenomenal guest stars Brad Garrett, David Strathairn, Eric McCormack, Sarah Silverman, Hector Elizando, John Turturro and more in 16 hilarious, unforgettable episodes – including the all-star 100th episode, “Mr. Monk’s 100th Case!” Despite his overwhelming fear of germs, crowds, small places and almost everything else, Monk proves once again why he’s the only man for the case and why mystery lovers "...can't deny how amusihg it all still is..." (Entertainment Weekly).


    Monk: Season Seven finds San Francisco's most famously phobic detective, Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub), tested on many fronts and facing issues of revenge, loyalty, attraction to a woman other than his late wife, the excitement of home ownership, and fear of inevitable change and loss. In "Mr. Monk Buys a House," Shalhoub's neurotic hero snaps up the abode of a murder victim in order to get away from annoying neighbors. His anxiety doubles over, however, when a repairman (Brad Garrett) begins tearing the place apart, claiming that nothing is up to code and making Monk wish he was back at his old place. "Mr. Monk and the Genius" is graced with a guest appearance from David Strathairn as a chess master more than happy to match wits with Monk over a murder. Out-strategized at every turn, Monk has to step back from the case to see what his next move should be. "Mr. Monk Gets Lotto Fever" finds Natalie (Traylor Howard)--Dr. Watson to Monk's Sherlock Holmes--drunk on her sudden celebrity status when she takes over as a television station's Lotto Girl after the last one turns up dead. The episode is an interesting study of obsessive behavior (besides Monk, there's a Lotto superfan whose walls are covered by photos). Meanwhile, Monk's impatience over all the attention Natalie is getting is hilariously childish.

    "Mr. Monk Falls in Love" is one of the more poignant stories in season seven, in which Monk is thunderstruck by a beautiful social worker who also happens to be the lead suspect in a cab driver's murder. Denying his feelings (fearing he is being unfaithful to the memory of his late wife, Trudy), Monk springs into action when it looks like he might lose a second chance at love. "Mr. Monk's Other Brother" offers a very funny performance by Steve Zahn as Monk's long-lost and very much alleged brother, an escaped convict. Deeply dubious, Monk nonetheless hides him and openly lies to his cop friend, Captain Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine), while trying to prove the fugitive is innocent of murder. "Mr. Monk and the Bully" is a dark episode in which the detective is hired to follow the wife of a former school bully who made Monk's childhood hell. When the husband is accused of murder, Monk savors the thought of his nemesis being convicted, even if he knows the villain is innocent. Finally, "Mr. Monk Fights City Hall" concerns Monk's frantic efforts to stop the demolition of a garage where Trudy was murdered. Touching but funny, the story is a fitting end for Monk: Season Seven. --Tom Keogh

    Customer Reviews

    It's funny and Quirky with some great characters.
    A. Stultz
    We have three more episodes to watch to finish watching the whole season and every episode has been good.
    K. Candon
    We love all the characters in the series and the writers do a great job.
    Mary Bayerl

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 20, 2009
    Format: DVD
    Quirky detective Adrian Monk has only one more season of obsessive-compulsive detection left. Start mourning now, because it's still one of the best shows on TV.

    In the meantime, the seventh season of his dramedy/mystery series holds up well and shows little signs of its age. It's got everything you'd expect of "Monk" -- new phobias, personal crises (shot in the leg!), lots of hilarious writing, bizarre mysteries, and the celebration of Mr. Monk's one-hundredth case.

    Monk is having more trouble than ever after Dr. Kroger unexpectedly dies, and the neighbor girl starts playing the piano. So he decides to buy the house of an old man who recently fell down the stairs. Unfortunately, some creepy people want to get their greedy hands on whatever is hidden in that house -- and they'll destroy his dream-house to do it.

    Unfortunately (for Monk) it's the least weird case he encounters this season. He has to deal with (in no particular order): a murdered homeless man, miraculous fountains, lottery murders, a stolen bike at a biotech lab, submarine "suicides," exploding grills, protecting a boxer, the impossible murder of Monk's annoying neighbor, and a manly-bonding football game with Stottlemeyer.

    And Monk struggles with his own problems, with the help of his new therapist Dr. Bell (Hector Elizondo) and his assistant Natalie (Traylor Howard: bad hypnosis, a kindly old lady, a crush, a looming physical, and a half-brother escaped from prison. And Monk tries to stop the parking lot where Trudy died from being demolished, only for the council-woman involved to be found murdered in the bay...

    Most quirky TV series don't survive past the first few episodes, or the first season at most.
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Annette N. Landcraft on April 6, 2009
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    I don't think I can say it better than what others have said. Monk is simply one of the best television shows on. I must say they did show a darker side of Mr. Monk in this season. The way he treated Natalie on the show when he got shot was suprisingly insensitive for a guy whose character is based on a man unable to let go of his dead wife. One of the reasons that I love his character is that loving devotion to his wife. Otherwise this is another good season of the show. Like the seasons before, I am looking forward to adding this to my home library.
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    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dave. K VINE VOICE on November 7, 2009
    Format: DVD

    **** Out of 5

    Tony Shalhoub, Traylor Howard, Jason Gray-Stanford and Ted Levine

    Here we are with the 7th season of Monk and it was yet another strong season in this truly excellent series; the later seasons seem to get some mixed reactions from fans, but I personally thought season 4-6 were among the best of the series.

    With that said though I do think there might have been a couple of more duds per season, but as a whole I thought they had the strongest of episodes. The 7th season of Monk got off to an ok start and I started thinking it seems age has finally fully caught up to the show, but soon the series works itself out well and became a fantastic season and provided some great moments.

    Ted Levine returns as Capt. Leland Stottlemeyer and Jason Gray-Stanford as Lt. Randy Disher; both Levine and Stanford really help elevate this show and both actors work so well together and work well with the rest of the cast. But of course Tony Shalhoub as Monk is the reason for tuning in.

    Tony Shalhoub has won numerous awards and plenty of critical acclaim for the role of Adrian Monk and Shalhoub is more than deserving of all the credit he gets. Tony Shalhoub is no doubt of the greatest comedic actors of all time and just might be the best to ever grace the small screen; as Monk, Shalhoub is funny, tragic and quite sad and more often than not, Shalhoub mixes all these together at the same time. As great as Tony has been through the years I think this might be the best work he's done during the run of the show.

    The actors really work so well together and even in the weaker episodes they still have funny moments thanks to the very talented cast.
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    7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ralph J. Fitcher on March 28, 2009
    Format: DVD
    Monk caught me from the very first episode. I love this show. Every episode, and I mean every episode is gold. This season is no different. It is a fantastic season, with Tony Shaloub at his very best. What a versatile actor he is. He seems to seamlessly fit into any part he attempts to do. I have read some of the negative reviews of this season, and I have to say that the reviewers are missing the main points here, Monk is an evolving character leading up to a conclusive ending in December of 2010. Season 7, shows Monk getting away from the use of the wipes, every time he touches someone or something, this is huge. There are other steps toward interdependency as well. All leading up to the finale episodes when all is resolved for Adrian Monk. I for one, prefer to see an ending to the TV shows I watch. Monk clearly has issues, that's what makes him so lovable as a character, but to see those issues reach a resolution by the ending of the series is what we as viewers want in a series. Season 7, has set up the parameters for those resolutions. I believe that those who are seeing this in a negative light, need to reevaluate the show, the premise, and the character.

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    Any news yet about a complete Monk boxed set?
    I bought a complete boxed set at amazon.co.uk. for all 6 seasons. Check it out there - and it was dirt cheap too. The only thing is that it will be region 2. The seventh season hasnt been released yet.
    Jun 23, 2009 by D. Kwanda |  See all 11 posts
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