Natalie informs Adrian that they have a new private case: a man named Roderick Brody wants to hire Adrian. Adrian remembers Roderick from middle school: he was the bully who used to dunk his head in the toilet. Monk insists on meeting with Dr. Bell early and tries to explain, figuring that Roderick is going to start doing the same thing to him as an adult. Dr. Bell suggests that Monk take the opportunity to come to terms with this aspect of his past. Monk would rather have Dr. Bell sign a note for Natalie excusing him from the case...Read the full recap
Natalie: Let's just hear what he has to say. If you're not comfortable, we'll leave. I promise.
Adrian: I'm not comfortable.
Natalie: She seems nice. How bad could her husband be?
Adrian: It doesn't always work like that. Eva Braun took in stray puppies, for god's sake.
Roderick Brody: I heard you went a little crazy since we graduated. Now I just need to know. Is it funny crazy or sad crazy?
Natalie: Funny crazy.
Adrian: Sad crazy.
Stottlemeyer: So identical twins, huh. That's one for the books.
Disher: Yeah, I'm pretty sure I said twins.
Stottlemeyer: Randy, you always say twins.
Adrian: Don't you hear that? The toilet tank refilling. Toilet tank of life.
Natalie: Come on, Mr. Monk, I'll drive you home.
Adrian: It's what Plato called the great cosmic swirly. There's no escaping it.
Natalie: Plato said that?
Adrian: I'm paraphrasing.