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"The Here's What Happened" Rap
from the episode "Mr. Monk and the Rapper"
as performed por Snoop Dog

Here's what happened, y'all
I got this, Monk
Yeah, tu can't believe
what tu hear all the time
Sometimes seeing is believing
Like the man said, I was set up
I'm just a pawn in this game
Let me break it down for y'all
No, for real here's what happened

Have tu ever been accused?
Man tu got set up
And it really wasn't you?
Man tu got set up
Tryin’ to plant somethin’ on me
Man tu got set up
And then tu say I killed the homey

This fool was greedy
Had to have the whole...
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posted by girly_girl
As most of tu Monk fans know,
Mr. Monk is afraid of, well almost
everything! I decided to see just how
many phobias he has...... So I made a
list! And in no particular order, they are:

Tap Water
Beautiful woman
Public Speaking
Uneven numbers

I know thats alot of things!! If tu know of any other phobias that Mr. Monk has, I'd appreciate it if you'd put them in your comentarios and I'll try to add them!! Thanks for reading!! :)
posted by girly_girl
Natalie Teeger (Traylor Howard) is Adrian Monk's devoted personal assistant, a strong, self-reliant single mom whose tough amor proves to be exactly what Monk needs. Though often frustrated and confused por her boss’s peculiar behavior, Natalie remains a caring but firm assistant and friend, pushing Monk to overcome his debilitating fears and compulsions.

The fiercely independent former bartender (and member of the wealthy escritorio pequeño, davenport family) shares a special bond with Monk, having also tragically lost her spouse, and she and her teenage daughter, Julie, have become a surrogate family for Monk. With her no-nonsense attitude, knack for investigation, and ability to challenge Monk, Natalie has become much más than just a sidekick to the brilliant detective.
posted by girly_girl
Captain Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine) is Adrian Monk's former partner and boss, the longtime friend who was ultimately forced to let Monk go from the San Francisco Police Department when his obsessive-compulsive disorder began to dangerously interfere with his work.

Though often annoyed and baffled por his friend's behavior, Stottlemeyer recognizes Monk's brilliance and frequently calls upon his old partner to provide unique insight into cases that have San Francisco's finest stumped. And although it can drive Stottlemeyer crazy to know that he'll never be quite as brilliant a detective as Monk, the divorced father of two remains a loyal friend.
posted by girly_girl
-Adrian Monk: It`s a gift... and a curse.
-Adrian Monk: Unless I`m wrong, which, tu know, I`m not...
-Adrian Monk: You`ll thank me later.
-Adrian Monk: Wipe!
-Adrian Monk: I don`t know how he did it. But he did it.
-Adrian Monk: I just solved the case. Natalie: I`m calling the Captain.
-Adrian Monk: He`s the guy. [repeated line - spoken when he solves the case]
-Adrian Monk: Here`s what happened.

- The mostrar was originally to be made for ABC (the American one) with Michael Richards starring. When he pulled out, so did ABC. However, when the mostrar was successful on the USA network,...
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posted by girly_girl
Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) was a rising estrella with the San Francisco Police Department, until the tragic murder of his beloved wife, Trudy, left him shattered and wracked with phobias, obsessions and compulsions. His extreme case of obsessive-compulsive disorder cost him his job, and for a time rendered him virtually unable to function.

With the help of therapy and the support of his loyal friends and devoted personal assistant, Monk's condition has improved, but his many fears – including germs, heights, crowds, and even leche – pose daily challenges for Monk and the people around him....
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You know you’re compulsively obsessed with “Monk” when:

1. tu find yourself arranging things, and tu wonder when and why tu started.
2. tu carry either wipes o hand sanitizer around with you, and wash your hands without much of a reason just because tu know that Monk wouldn’t approve of your “dirty” hands.
3. tu open every door with your sleeve pulled over your hand, your elbow, o wipe the door-handle first, because there’s know telling how many germs are on that thing.
4. tu make sure everything tu do is perfect in every way… Even if it takes tu forever to get it that...
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posted by Katreader
When I heard that Stanley Kamel died, I was shocked. I felt for his family and friends and yes, I wondered what poor Mr. Monk would do. There was some controversy when some people mentioned similar feelings for Mr. Monk and were chastized por others who dicho that Stanley Kamel was más than Dr. Kroger. Yes, there was, and is, más to the man than that one role, but mentioning it wasn't a disservice to the man-it was a tribute. Stanley Kamel breathed such life into that character that we knew him, believed in him. Stanley Kamel was a man a lot of people didn't know, but we knew Dr. Kroger and...
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One knows one is bored when one thinks too much about the philosophy of television...

I amor Monk, the mostrar about an obsessive-compulsive man who assists the police por solving crimes with his unusually accurate eye for detail. Unfortunately, televisión stations like to annoy me por either taking the shows I amor off-air o moving them to time-slots that only stay-at-home-mothers can watch when their kids are at school, o when the only people awake are drug addicts and insomniacs. This happened with Monk, which was first moved to a late-night time-slot and then to an afternoon slot.

Anyway, I...
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