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Monk: Mr. Monk and the 12th Man

Captain Stottlemeyer calls in Monk to help him investigate a series of brutal murders. At first, they all suspected Henry Smalls, an insurance agent whose calendars appear in three of the victims' photographs to be the muderer, but then he too became a victim.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x9
Production Number: T1410
Airdate: Friday August 22nd, 2003
Network: USA Network

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) Apr 17, 2010

Guest Stars
David StanfordDavid Stanford
As Uniform Cop
Stanley KamelStanley Kamel
As Dr. Charles Kroger
Billy GardellBilly Gardell
As Ian Agnew
Chris OwenChris Owen
As Trainee
David FiglioliDavid Figlioli
As Tommy Zimm
Deborah ZoeDeborah Zoe
As Lisa Babcock
Dougland Park (1)Dougland Park (1)
As Police Spokesman
Ed MarinaroEd Marinaro
As Stewart Babcock
Eugene CollierEugene Collier
As Henry Smalls
Frank PotterFrank Potter
As Delivery Boy
J.D. MurrayJ.D. Murray
As Traffic Cop
Jerry LevineJerry Levine
As Kenny Shale
Jimmy ShubertJimmy Shubert
As Frank Pulaski
Justin ConnorJustin Connor
As Theater Manager
Lauren TomLauren Tom
As Mrs. Ling
Owen SmithOwen Smith
As Detective
Shea BroomShea Broom
As Arlene Carney
Main Cast
Tony ShalhoubTony Shalhoub
As Adrian Monk
Bitty SchramBitty Schram
As Sharona Fleming
Episode Quotes
Monk: Okay, let's compromise. You pay the ticket, and I--don't.
Sharona: What kind of compromise is that?
Monk: Well, it's the economical kind.

Stottlemeyer: (to Monk) Did you hurt both of your hands?
Sharona: No, just the left one.
Stottlemeyer: Then why do you have bandages on both . . . ? Right. Symmetry.

Monk: It's ten o'clock, Mrs. Ling. The ticket says Tuesday ten a.m.
Mrs. Ling: It's an approximation, Mr. Monk. It means about ten o'clock, not at ten o'clock. Crazy man! What's wrong with you?

Other Episode Crew

CreatorAndy Breckman
Executive ProducerAndy Breckman
Main Title ThemeRandy Newman
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