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All of the episodes begin "Mr. Monk and the...". Click the end of the title.
A videotaped clue from Trudy provides Monk with the clues he needs to solve her murder - but he has been poisoned and time is running out fast.
At long last Monk finally receives his badge - but his first case back on the force proves to be a difficult one as he attempts to tie a serial killer with police corruption.
While searching for what the department hopes is a missing woman, Monk takes in her beloved pet.
Natalie becomes superstitious when Monk consults on a case that involves Voodoo.
After Julie's performance in a play is panned, Natalie tries to convince Monk that the writer of the review committed a murder during the show.
Monk assists the sheriff in a remote Nevada town with an investigation after he spots what could be an alien craft.
Monk ignores his paying case for another case that involves a dead wife, victim of a hit-and-run accident, who was visiting from Nigeria.
Monk suspects The Great Torini of murdering his neighbor, Kevin.
A man who was mean to Monk as a kid hires Monk to follow his wife, whom he suspects of cheating.
Monk's recent, transforming friendship with a neighbor feels suspicious after he's brought in to consult on two murders.
At Christmas time, three homeless men hire Monk to investigate their friend's murder.
Monk takes the case of a brilliant chess master's wife, who believes her husband is about to kill her.
Natalie is frantic when it appears a mad man is targeting his victims based solely on their name - Julie Teeger.
Monk's less than holiday mood is only worsened when he's accused of shooting Santa and becomes the most hated man in the city.
A convicted murderer put away by Monk is exonerated. Monk must figure out what really happened to keep his remaining shred of confidence.
Monk's arch-nemesis, Harold Krenshaw, catapults to fame after he falls from a tower and survives. Now Monk must figure out if he's the real Frisco Flyer.
Monk gets conned into helping Dr. Kroger's son find treasure. The problem is, it has ties to a recent bank robbery.
Monk is on the trail of a man who seems to have committed the perfect crime, and Natalie worries that Julie's new relationship is progressing too fast.
When a realtor is shot and killed while showing off a house, Monk and Natalie suspect the killer to be the victim's partner - who happens to be Stottlemeyer's girlfriend.
Monk is asked to consult on the murder of a woman, but his issues with nudity hamper his skills.
Monk, in a nervous stupor, agrees to help a rapper accused of murdering a rival. The problem is, Monk thinks he might have done it.
A film star who is preparing to play Monk in a movie gets in the way of a case.
Monk, solving the murder of a union boss, is off his game due to the city being covered in trash.
Monk coaches basketball while trying to solve a murder case.
Monk and Natalie go to Berkeley, Monk's alma mater, but are sidetracked when they must investigate the homocide of a retired clinic nurse.
Monk is forced to deal with leprosy while on a case.
A street musician is murdered six different ways and the killer is threatening to strike again.
Monk has stiff competition from a second-rate PI while solving the case of a murdered jewelry store owner.
The department flies into action after one of their own is poisoned by a gift at their very own Christmas party.
Stottlemeyer gets into an argument with a cop at a scene who snidely tells him he has been seeing his wife.
Adrian is one of four detectives on the hunt for a priceless diamond that promises a handsome reward for its finder.
Despite everyone's disbelief that a national hero is actually a coldblooded killer, Adrian tries to prove that a celebrity with an airtight alibi is responsible for a murder.
Monk is called to a scene where a pet chimp seems to be a killer.
A power outage puts half of San Francisco in the dark for a few minutes. When the police discover it wasn't an accident, Monk gets involved to try and figure out why.
Sharona takes a break from Monk so that she can concentrate on her creative writing class, but gets caught up in a twisted murder plot that causes her to question her sanity.
Monk goes undercover at a department store to investigate the mysterious death of a popular store employee.
Trudy's father, a game show producer, invites Monk to Hollywood to determine if the host is helping a contestant cheat.
Monk is having a hard time finding a new assistant, and Natalie might be just what he is looking for.
Natalie's campaign to be elected to the school board is interrupted by a sniper.
A severed finger turns up in the park, and Monk's only source of information is the two-year-old boy who found the finger.
The world's oldest man dies the day before his birthday, and everyone but Stottlemeyer's wife thinks it's just the result of old age.
A series of mail bombs target three wealthy siblings, but Monk thinks one of the brothers is actually responsible. The problem is, he's been in a coma for the last four months.
When a rash of murders sweeping the city goes unsolved, Monk is called upon to find the link between the victims and stop the killer before the next murder.
A murderer steals Monk's newspaper. What's in the paper that the killer doesn't want Monk to see?
Monk's agoraphobic brother asks for his help, convinced his neighbor has been killed by her husband. But all the husband seems focused on is winning prizes at the local fair.
An actor charms Monk's entire team, but Monk is convinced he murdered his wife.
A student's grandmother is kidnapped and held for ransom. But they don't have any money, so why did the kidnappers release her? And why did they feed her pizza?
A sniper causes a car accident that nearly kills Stottlemeyer's wife. Now Monk must solve the case and keep Stottlemeyer from doing something he might regret.
A man running for mayor is nearly assassinated, but Monk discovers that he may not have been the real target.
When a woman drives off the road to her death, her body is mysteriously found the next morning by a clairvoyant known for fudging the truth.
A computer mogul is shot dead while mugging a couple outside a theater, and a uniformed officer later is seen fleeing the scene.
A very tidy woman who resembles Trudy turns Monk's head while he's investigating a triple homicide. The only problem is, she's the prime suspect.
Monk suspects a woman's lover of her murder, but he was running the race during the crime, and his tracking chip says he never left.
A renowned philanthropist is killed when a minor tremor rocks the city and sends a display case falling on top of him. But Monk suspects foul play.
When Monk's favorite singer, Willie Nelson, is suspected of murdering his tour manager, Monk steps in to clear his name.
Monk's first flight proves to be harder than he anticipated when he begins to suspect that a fellow passenger murdered his wife.
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