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The 4th season of Monk premiere's on Friday July 8th at 1000PM on the USA Network, any Monk fans here??

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SEASON 4 IS COMING! When a fellow detective shows up at a crime scene knowing all the answers, has Monk finally met his match... or is the other detective cheating? Don't miss guest star Jason Alexander in the Monk season premiere, "Mr. Monk and the Other Detective," premiering Friday, July 8th at 10/9C. And coming up later this season: Monk gets closer to his new assistant Natalie (Traylor Howard) as she becomes quite a crime solver herself; John Turturro returns in his Emmy

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If you missed MONK last night it repeats Monday @ 1000PM EST on USA Network. :D:D:D

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FROM TV GUIDE: The Water Cooler

Monk

Does Jason Alexander ever tire of playing schlubs? I'm sure it pays handsomely (note his umpteenth George Costanza revival in the Chrysler ad with Lee Iacocca), but years of doing the same shtick would drive any sane human being to scream, "I am an actor! I've done Broadway! I am not just a SCHLUB!" Then again, he did appear on stage as Max Bialystock in The Producers, so perhaps Big J doesn't mind as much as I imagine. Moreover, he's so appealing as the low-rent would-be Columbo in this whodunit that it's hard to give him a hard time. Tony Shalhoub shrewdly gives Alexander plenty of room to maneuver as Marty Eels, the scruffy private eye who latches onto Monk's investigation of a bloody jewel heist like a barnacle. Even worse, Eels seems to be solving the case! How could this be? "He's cheating!" whimpers Monk, with the petulance of a third grader. Of course Monk's petulance has a basis in fact

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Jason did a good job playing Marty, I hope they plan on bringing him back from time to time :D:D:D

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This week's MONK looks good. MR MONK gets sick, looks like the flu should be really good :D:D

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My favorite episode of this season that just ended was the Halloween one. I think the person who play Monk's brother is hillarious!!!

It's too late to bring this up but it is been picking at my mind, I want to know why they replaced Sharona (spelling?)? Don't tell me that the producers wanted to go in a different direction, because the replacement is a blond single mother of one just like Sherona.

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No the producers were not to blame, Bitty Schram who played Sharona asked for more money and the producers thought the amout was too high so enter a new character Natalie Teeger played by Traylor Howard !!!!!

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Courtesy of: USANETWORK, MONK

SPECIAL HOLIDAY EPISODE!

Santa suprise, highlight to open the present.

It's Christmas time in San Francisco, but all is not merry. A cop is dead after drinking a poisoned bottle of wine intended for Captain Stottlemeyer, and while all leads point to a man with a grudge against the Captain, Monk isn't convinced.

With Natalie's help, Monk does some of his own detective work, which soon finds him caroling, fighting off crowds at the mall... and even doing some undercover work as a certain jolly, red-suited fellow. Will Monk solve the baffling crime in time to enjoy the holidays?

Don't miss "Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa," an ALL NEW EPISODE of Monk, premiering FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 at 10/9C!

All-new episodes of Monk return to USA Network THIS JANUARY!

Edited by Dade

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MONK

NEW EPISODES BEGIN FRIDAY, JANUARY 13 10/9C

Are you MONK-ISH?

Take the Quiz.

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Courtesy of: USA NETWORK, MONK

COMING UP: MONK NEW YEAR'S DAY MARATHON

Get the new year started right with an all-day Monk Marathon this Sunday, beginning at 6AM/5C. Consult the Marathon Schedule for a complete rundown of which 22 Monk episodes will be shown and at what times.

NEW EPISODES BEGIN FRIDAY, JANUARY 13

All new episodes of Monk return Friday, January 13, but we've got plenty of new features to hold you over until Mr. Monk returns.

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SPOILER ALERT....HIGHLIGHT TO SEE....DO NOT QUOTE

Courtesy of: TV GUIDE, MONK

Episode Detail: Monk Mr. Monk Goes to a Fashion Show

Airings:

  • USA - Friday, January 13, 10:00 PM
  • USA - Saturday, January 14, 01:00 AM
  • USA - Saturday, January 14, 06:00 PM
  • USA - Sunday, January 15, 12:00 PM
**Monk dives into the world of fashion when he tracks down his favorite shirt inspector to find out why she hasn't been doing her job and discovers that her son is in jail for murdering a model.

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Episode Detail: Monk Mr. Monk Bumps His Head

Airing: USA January 20, 10:00 PM

**Monk loses his memory---but not his detective skills---and winds up in a small town where he lives as the husband of the local eccentric (Laurie Metcalf) and helps with a missing-persons case.

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Courtesy of: TV GUIDE, THE WATERCOOLER

Monk

After weeks of the USA Network (over)promoting the new season of Monk, the anal-retentive gumshoe is back and as in need of meds as ever. Tony Shalhoub continues to mine the hilarious quirks of his character, particularly during the opening scene when he compares the work of different shirt inspectors while shopping for clothes. (Monk says No. 8 is his "soul mate." He once wrote her a fan letter.) But what seems to be an extraneous gag quickly segues into the night's mystery. Ah, the Monk mysteries. Even a 5-year-old can solve them with just one peek at the episode's roster of guest stars. Hmmm, let's see, No-Name Actor No. 1, 2, 3... aha! Malcolm McDowell, best known as Alex from A Clockwork Orange and my second childhood crush after Tim Curry in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. (I have issues.) I know him, therefore he must be the murderer! And anyway he's sporting a cigarette holder, so he's got to be evil. The crime at hand strays into Matlock territory: A supermodel is killed, and a poor Mexican delivery boy named Pablo (the son of Inspector No. 8, for those of you wondering how the heck we got here) is framed for her slaying. Monk agrees to prove Pablo's innocence because his mom is so distraught that she's no longer inspecting shirts to his liking. At some point the bitchy McDowell invites Natalie's tween daughter to strut down the runway in his Jaclyn Smith-like designs at a cheesy fashion show, but by the end he's in handcuffs and Pablo's freed and reunited with his madre. Every time either one of them is on screen, vaguely Spanish-sounding music plays; the climax is no exception. Next week: Monk finds out how immigrants live in "Mr. Monk Works in a Sweatshop

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Courtesy of: TV GUIDE, THE WATERCOOLER

Monk

Is it lame of me to continue mourning the loss of Bitty Schram, aka Monk's original sidekick, Sharona? Traylor Howard as Natalie just doesn't do it for me (honestly, few things pronounced "trailer" thrill me.) The tears she wept when she found out Monk had disappeared were so annoying. If he had gone missing on Sharona's watch, she wouldn't have called Stottlemeyer weeping. She would have gone out and found Monk herself! Also, I'm a little over the six-fingered man who supposedly killed our OCD hero's wife. I think creator Andy Breckman watched The Princess Bride one too many times (although it would be cool if the murderer ended up being played by Christopher Guest in the finale). OK, let me stop whining and talk about what I liked about this episode. I enjoyed the reunion between The Silence of the Lambs costars Ted Levine and Charles Napier, who guest-starred as a Wyoming sheriff who helped amnesia-stricken Monk find his friends. Napier sure has come a long way since his Russ Meyer soft-porn days. And yay to Laurie Metcalf as one of the most terrifying (and dirty

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