Monk 8 Seasons 2006

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Season 4
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12. Mr. Monk and the Captain's Marriage TV-14 CC

Captain Stottlemeyer has to go to anger management class when he slugs a cop who claims he's having an affair with the Captain's wife.

Starring:
Nicky Katt, Robert Clendenin
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
January 27, 2006

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Mr. Monk and the Captain's Marriage

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Season 4
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    1. Mr. Monk Goes Home Again Monk solves a Halloween murder mystery while he and his brother Ambrose (Guest star John Turturro) wait for their long-lost father to return home.

    TV-14 44min July 15, 2005
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    2. Mr. Monk and the Other Detective When fellow detective Marty Eels (Guest star Jason Alexander) shows up at a crime scene knowing all the answers, has Monk finally met his match, or is Eels cheating?

    TV-14 44min July 19, 2005
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    3. Mr. Monk Stays in Bed Natalie puts herself in jeopardy to pursue a case when Monk is sick in bed with the flu.

    TV-14 44min July 22, 2005
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    4. Mr. Monk Goes to the Office When a parking garage attendant is killed and a financial analyst's hand is broken in a mysterious attack, Monk goes undercover in an office to solve the case.

    TV-14 44min July 29, 2005
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    5. Mr. Monk Gets Drunk A relaxing getaway in wine country turns into a crime-filled weekend as Monk and Natalie try to uncover a murder involving a man that doesn't exist.

    TV-14 43min August 5, 2005
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    6. Mr. Monk and Mrs. Monk Monk must get to the truth when it appears that his late wife Trudy is still alive.

    TV-14 44min August 12, 2005
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    7. Mr. Monk Goes to a Wedding Monk must prevent a killer from spoiling the party at Natalie's brother's wedding. Holland Taylor guest stars.

    TV-14 44min August 19, 2005
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    8. Mr. Monk and Little Monk When a childhood crush comes to Monk with a mysterious murder, Monk tries to win her heart by solving the case.

    TV-14 43min August 26, 2005
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    9. Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa When a detective dies at the police department Christmas party after drinking from a poisoned bottle of port intended for Captain Stottlemeyer, can Monk find the killer?

    TV-14 43min December 3, 2005
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    10. Mr. Monk Goes to a Fashion Show Monk enters the world of high fashion when he believes a young man accused of a model's murder is innocent.

    TV-14 44min January 13, 2006
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    11. Mr. Monk Bumps his Head When Monk wakes up in an unfamiliar town with amnesia, can he solve a local murder mystery and find his way home?

    TV-14 44min January 20, 2006
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    12. Mr. Monk and the Captain's Marriage Captain Stottlemeyer has to go to anger management class when he slugs a cop who claims he's having an affair with the Captain's wife.

    TV-14 43min January 27, 2006
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    13. Mr. Monk and the Big Reward Monk and Natalie try to solve a diamond heist that promises a big reward. But in their race for the money, they face three unscrupulous competitors.

    TV-14 43min February 3, 2006
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    14. Mr. Monk and the Astronaut Monk tries to prove that an astronaut committed murder despite the suspect's seemingly airtight alibi: he was in space. Jeffrey Donovan guest stars.

    TV-14 44min March 3, 2006
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    15. Mr. Monk Goes to the Dentist Lieutenant Disher quits the force when no one believes that he witnessed a murder while under anesthesia at the dentist. Jon Favreau and Brooke Langton guest star.

    TV-14 43min March 10, 2006
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    16. Mr. Monk Gets Jury Duty While sequestered on jury duty, Monk juggles two cases: proving that the accused is not guilty and figuring out who was killed outside the courthouse.

    TV-14 44min March 17, 2006

Product Details

Genres Drama, Mystery, Comedy
Director Philip Casnoff
Starring Nicky Katt, Robert Clendenin
Supporting actors Jason Gray-Stanford, Ted Levine, Nicky Katt, Bob Clendenin, Misha Collins, Kitty Swink, Michael Bower, Glenne Headly, Asante Jones, Branden R. Morgan, Cheryl Hawker, John Hartmann, Kerris Dorsey, Paul Francis Sullivan, Reid Harris, Andy Arness, Scott Conte, Zachary Culbertson
Season year 2006
Network USA Networks
Executive Producer Andy Breckman
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158 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Brian Pernice on March 20, 2006
Format: DVD
Season four of Monk is one of the best seasons so far. The episodes are:

Mr. Monk and the other Detective. In this one Monk is outshined by another detective but like Monk says he is probably cheating.

Mr. Monk goes home again. In this one it is Halloween and someone is stealing candy from kids who went to Monk's brother's house. Could this tye into the murder of a security guard?

Mr. Monk Stays in bed. In this one Monk is sick for the first time but he still manages to solve the case of the murdered judge and the pizza boy.

Mr. Monk goes to the office. In this one Monk goes under cover at an office to solve the murder of a security guard and who broke the hand of a millionaire.

Mr. Monk gets drunk. In this one Monk gets drunk (from one sip of wine) and he remembers talking to a man no one can seem to remember. Is he going insane or is everybody trying to hide something.

Mr. Monk and Mrs. Monk. In this one Monk is getting better with his O.C.D. but that just happens to be the time when people start seeing his departed wife.

Mr. Monk goes to a wedding. In this one Natalie's brother is getting married and Monk thinks the bride is up to no good.

Mr. Monk and little Monk. In this one Monk runs into his old middle school flame and this brings back flashbacks to when he was a kid.

Mr. Monk and the secret santa. In this one a police officer is poisoned after drinking a bottle of wine he got for Christmas. Can Monk solve the case?

Mr. Monk goes to a fashion show. In this one Monk's favorite shirt inspector is upset. Monk learns her son is behind bars for a crime he could not have committed.

Mr. Monk bumps his head. In this one Monk gets a false lead about the murderer of his wife.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By D. Howell on March 22, 2006
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Season Four of Monk was the best season yet. Tony Shaloub proved that he is funny in any situation (as Monk). The season also dealt with the other main characters in a more in depth way, giving Ted Levine, and Jason Gray-Stanford, a chance to show us more about their characters lives. The Captain's Marriage, and Mr. Monk Goes To The Dentist, gave us a different view or aspect, if you will, of both of them. I especially liked Jason Gray-Stanford's debut as a so called rock singer (very funny). My whole family has been watching Monk from the beginning, and we love this show!!!
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 28, 2006
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Everyone's favorite obsessive-compulsive phobic detective is back! Police consultant Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) has sixteen more cases to solve. They're sure to leave him terrified and us helpless with laughter.

In this batch of episodes, Monk is faced with a brand new set of puzzles. Who shot the pizza delivery guy? Why did a masked man break a stock analyst's right hand? Did Monk's late wife fake her death? Who tried to run over Lieutenant Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford)? And how could an astronaut commit murder when he was in space? While working on answering these puzzles, he must face the challenge of dealing with the dentist, the flu, a cubical, a hangover, and amnesia.

Once again, the plots here are a little on the thin side. Heck, Monk usually tells us 15 minutes into the show who done it. The problem is figuring out how the person did it. I usually can't put all the pieces together until Monk explains it at the end, and then I feel foolish for missing it.

Of course, the heart of the show is the humor. The writers go out of their way to put Monk into situation that make him uncomfortable to show him over reacting to things. Yet they keep him human, making us care for him. This is best shown in "Mr. Monk and the Astronaut." In one scene, we're laughing at his reaction to the laser pointers, the next we're feeling sorry for him as the suspect in the case belittles him. Yet by the end we're proud as always of the way Monk overcomes his fears to save the day. Overall, this keeps Monk human.

Of course, the show works because the acting is so good. The actors take the material and make it shine. The cast is lead by Tony Shalhoub who brings Monk to life expertly.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 15, 2006
Format: DVD
"Monk" is one of those intelligent cult shows that usually dies a quick and painful death -- and this is one of the few that has lasted more than a few weeks. The obsessive compulsive detective returns on DVD with his fourth season of bizarre, seemingly unsolvable crimes, from homicidal dentists to amnesia.

As the season opens, Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) encounters a nasty new obstacle -- an inept private eye, Marty Eels (Jason Alexander), has suddenly become better than him. Everyone thinks Mart is a genius -- but Monk knows better. And when Eels' case explodes in his face, he calls on Monk and Natalie (Traylor Howard) to bail him out.

As the series goes on, Adrian deals with all sorts of weird cases -- murderous dentists, black widows, a case of amnesia that has him thinking he's married to the town weirdo, a wine tasting, a stolen diamond with a million-dollar reward, deals with his boss's marital problems, fashion models, and a Christmas party that turns deadly. Worst of all, he's called on to do jury duty, and has to solve two crimes without leaving the room.

And on the personal front, Monk reunites with his even-more-neurotic brother Ambrose for a Halloween mystery. But when Adrian shows signs of overcoming his disorder, Natalie sees what seems to be his dead wife Trudy walking around San Francisco -- and she's implicated in a murder.

"Monk" just wrapped its fifth season (which wasn't quite as good as this one), which is something of a record for any semi-intelligent TV show. And for the fourth season of a detective series, it has aged quite well -- the stories are still unusual and cleverly written.

The writing is still quite solid, albeit with one or two lesser episodes ("Mr.
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