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Monk - Season 2 - Complete [DVD]
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All 16 episodes from the second season of the American comedy crime series, starring Tony Shalhoub as the psychologically disturbed former police detective Adrian Monk. Battling his own phobias as much as he fights crime, the neurotic Monk has been hired by the police to act as an official advisor. Episodes are: 'Mr Monk Goes Back to School'; 'Mr Monk Goes to Mexico'; 'Mr Monk Goes to the Ballgame'; 'Mr Monk Goes to the Circus'; 'Mr Monk and the Very, Very Old Man'; 'Mr Monk Goes to the Theatre'; 'Mr Monk and the Sleeping Suspect'; 'Mr Monk Meets the Playboy'; 'Mr Monk and the 12th Man'; 'Mr Monk and the Paperboy'; 'Mr Monk and the Three Pies'; 'Mr Monk and the TV Star'; 'Mr Monk and the Missing Granny'; 'Mr Monk and the Captain's Wife'; 'Mr Monk Gets Married' and 'Mr Monk Goes to Jail'.
Monk: Series Two finds the popular cable dramedy all the more satisfying and fun in its second year. Relationships between the series' core characters have (against all odds) actually deepened and sweetened, while the new whodunit storylines challenge obsessive-compulsive investigator hero Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) in fresh and novel ways. There are no big changes, but there is more compassion, even friendship, exchanged between Monk and his former boss, Captain Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine), and grudging admiration for the difficult private sleuth from Stottlemeyer's second-in-command, Lieutenant Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford). As for Monk's crucial bond with his long-suffering assistant, Sharona (Bitty Schram), well, nothing comes easier than before. On the other hand, Sharona continues to draw Monk out of his self-obsession by giving him someone to care about.
Highlights include the strong season opener, "Mr. Monk Goes Back to School," starring Andrew McCarthy as a science teacher whom Monk instantly suspects of killing a colleague. (The latter's death was disguised as a suicide.) Monk's investigation leads him to take, with many pitfalls and funny moments, a post at the school as a substitute teacher. But the episode also demonstrates the series' increasing preference for mysteries that concern how a crime was committed rather than who did it. Also good is "Mr. Monk Goes to Mexico," in which Monk finds himself in a panic without bottled water while working alongside two south-of-the-border equivalents (in looks and personality) of Stottlemeyer and Disher. "Mr. Monk Meets the Playboy" stars Gary Cole as a girlie-mag publisher who blackmails the chivalrous Monk by acquiring, and threatening to print, old topless photos of Sharona. One of the season's best shows, "Mr. Monk and the Paperboy," finds the fastidious, orderly detective in a major freakout when his own home becomes a crime scene. Still a comic joy and still stimulating for mystery buffs, Monk: Series Two is highly recommended. Among appealing guest stars are Rachel Dratch, Glenne Headley, Tim Curry, and John Turturro as Monk's Mycroft-like brother. --Tom Keogh
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mr. monk goes back to school: when respected substitute english teacher beth landow falls from the clock tower police suspect it was suicide but the assistant principal suspects murder so he brings monk to investigate and then concludes that the science teacher killed her but he was proctoring an exam when the body was found.
mr. monk goes to mexico: when a friends college-aged son dies mysteriously in mexico doubting the cororners report the mayor doubting that the young man drowned in mid-air sends monk to investigate meanwhile he has his own problems when his luggage is stolen.
mr. monk goes to the ballgame: when a tyrannical CEO and his wife are murdered monk is called into investigate but notes that the husband was shot once and the wife four times meaning she was the primary target and the CEO's last words don't help much either.
mr. monk goes to the circus: when a very-unpopular and sarcastic ringmaster is murdered by an acro-bat wearing a face mask and ninja costume monk suspects is ex-wife who couldn't have done it because she has a broken foot confirmed by x-rays but still remains convinced she did meanwhile sharona tries to get over her fear of elephants but a second murder helps him solve the case.
mr. monk and the very very very old man: when captin Stottlemeyer's wife karen forces him to redecorate his office with the new age artifects given to him, his wife asks hime to watch her documentary about the worlds oldest man but can't bring himself to watch her documentary but his wife thinks her star was murdered and captin Stottlemeyer calls in monk to pacify her but unfortuntaely he agrees with her.Read more ›
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Super bargain with great acting and story lines .Picture quality superbPublished 11 months ago by Kenneth Baker
Arrived promptly. Packaging good. Condition of dvd was like new. Enjoyed watching this 2nd season , ordered 3 and 4 already! Well worth watching.Published 19 months ago by crystalsue
Loved Monk. And still do. Wonderful detective series and laughed socks off. Timeless classic.Published on 1 Aug. 2014 by Lorraine Ball
This was bought as a present for my daughter (12 years). She loves Monk and his odd ways. We have been through Series 1 and this is more of the same.Published on 26 Oct. 2013 by C. M. Wood