"Monk" Season 1-8 Complete [DVD] (including Exclusive Bonus Disc) £48.25 at Amazon.co.uk
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"Monk" Season 1-8 Complete [DVD] (including Exclusive Bonus Disc) £48.25 at Amazon.co.uk

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The complete boxed set of all 8 seasons of the US comedy crime drama may be a blessing... and a curse.

Tony Shalhoub has won a Golden Globe Award, three Primetime Emmy Awards & two Screen Actors Guild Awards for his portrayal of psychologically unstable ex-police detective Adrian Monk, whose Obsessive Compulsive Disorder just happens to get in the way.

Format: PAL
Language: English
Region: Region 2
Number of discs: 34
Classification: 15
Studio: Universal Pictures UK
DVD Release Date: 29 Aug 2011
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars (12 customer reviews)
ASIN: B004VMHUR4

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Season 1

Mr. Monk and the Candidate: Part 1
A former San Francisco police detective suffering from an extreme case of obsessive-compulsive disorder is called in to investigate an apparent assassination attempt of a mayoral candidate in which one of his bodyguards is killed.

Mr. Monk and the Candidate: Part 2
With an introduction to Monk's talent, his phobia's, and need for an assistant, Monk investigates the murder of the candidate bodyguard and a political worker. He determines the candidate was not the intended target.

Mr. Monk and the Psychic
When a woman drives off the road to her death, her body is mysteriously found the next morning by a psychic known for fudging the truth. Monk must discover if she's telling the truth this time, or else let a murderer go free.

Mr. Monk Meets Dale the Whale
A judge is murdered while placing a 911 call, but before she dies she names her attacker - notorious criminal Dale Biederbeck. The problem is, "Dale the Whale" is over 800 pounds and hasn't left his bed in years.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Carnival
A police officer and friend of Stottlemeyer is framed for a crime he didn't commit involving a ferris wheel. Meanwhile Monk tries to convince Stottlemeyer to get him reinstated.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Asylum
Monk is committed to an asylum, where he becomes convinced the chief psychiatrist committed a murder several years prior.

Mr. Monk and the Billionaire Mugger
When billionaire software magnate Sidney Teal is shot dead by ex-cop Archie Modine after allegedly turning mugger and another policeman mysteriously flees the scene, Stottlemeyer calls in Monk to investigate. Not only is the idea of a billionaire turning mugger hard to swallow, the circumstances of the mugging are suspicious. Why, for example, would a mugger wear knee and elbow pads? Meanwhile, Sharona threatens to quit (this time for sure) when her paycheck bounces, and Stottlemeyer is hounded by reporters demanding information on "Fraidy Cop." Unable to continue the...

Mr. Monk and the Other Woman
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.

Mr. Monk and the Marathon Man
A woman is murdered during the San Francisco marathon and Monk suspects her married lover. But he was running the race, and his tracking chip says he never left.

Mr. Monk Takes a Vacation
While on vacation at a resort, Benjy claims he witnessed a murder. Monk believes him, but with no body and the cleanest crime scene Monk has ever seen, it's going to be hard to convince everybody else.

Mr. Monk and the Earthquake
Renowned philanthropist Henry Rutherford is killed when a minor earthquake rocks the city and sends a display case falling on top of him. But when Monk examines the scene, he finds clues that suggest foul play.

Mr. Monk and the Red-Headed Stranger
When monk's favorite singer, Willie Nelson, is suspected of murdering his tour manager, Monk steps in to clear his name.

Mr. Monk and the Airplane
Monk's first flight proves to be harder than he anticipated when he begins to suspect that a fellow passenger murdered his wife.


Season 2

Mr. Monk Goes Back to School
When English teacher Beth Landow falls from the clock tower at Trudy's former high school, Monk is called in and quickly disproves the police theory of suicide. The trail of clues leads to a science teacher but he has an iron-clad alibi. Monk becomes a substitute teacher in the hopes of solving the case.

Mr. Monk Goes to Mexico
A skydiving student on spring break appears to have drowned in midair - a case strange enough to convince Monk to travel to Mexico to investigate. While there, he must deal with a myriad of phobias, the theft of his luggage, the shortage of his favorite brand of bottled water, and apparent attempts on his life, all while trying to unravel one or more murders that are not what they seem.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Ballgame
When a powerful CEO and his wife are shot to death in a deserted parking lot, the police investigate the husband's enemies. But Monk thinks it's all about the wife and the affair she was having with a handsome young ballplayer.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Circus
When a ringmaster is murdered by an acrobat in a crowded restaurant, Monk suspects his ex wife is responsible. But with her foot broken and in a cast, how could she have done it?

Mr. Monk and the Very, Very Old Man
The world's oldest man dies the day before his birthday, and everyone but Stottlemeyer's wife, Karen, thinks it's just the result of old age. Karen enlists Monk's help to figure out what really happened.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Theater
Monk attends a popular new play starring Sharona's sister Gail. But when Gail appears to stab and kill her costar during the live performance, Sharona calls Monk in to investigate.

Mr. Monk and the Sleeping Suspect
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.

Mr. Monk Meets the Playboy
Monk suspects the owner of a notorious playboy magazine is responsible for the death of his CFO, who died alone in a locked room of an apparent accident. So, how did he do it?

Mr. Monk and the 12th Man
Monk tries to link the victims of a serial killer before he strikes again.

Mr. Monk and the Paperboy
Monk's paperboy is killed on his doorstep, and the killer takes Monk's paper. So, what's in the paper that the killer doesn't want Monk to see?

Mr. Monk and the Three Pies
Monk's agoraphobic brother Ambrose asks for his help, convinced his neighbor has been killed by her husband. But all the husband seems focused on is winning the pies at the local fair.

Mr. Monk and the T.V. Star
A T.V. star charms Monk's entire team with the VIP treatment. But Monk is convinced he murdered his wife.

Mr. Monk and the Missing Granny
Law student Julie Parlow'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?

Mr. Monk and the Captain's Wife
A sniper causes a car accident that nearly kills Stottlemeyer's wife, Karen. Now it's up to Monk to solve the case and keep Stottlemeyer from doing something he might regret.

Mr. Monk Gets Married
When Randy's mother marries a guy much younger than her he gets worried. When they go to some kind of couples retreat, he asks Monk and Sharona to go and keep an eye on her. So to go in they pretend to be married.

Mr. Monk Goes to Jail
When an inmate is poisoned to death hours before he's due to be executed, Monk is brought in to solve the case and finds himself as the prison's newest resident.

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Season 3

Mr. Monk Takes Manhattan
Monk and his colleagues travel to New York City to interview someone connected to Trudy's murder. While they are waiting, Monk helps solve the murder of the Latvian ambassador.

Mr. Monk and the Panic Room
Monk is called to the scene where a pet seems to be a killer: Ian Blackburn is found in his the panic room with 4 shots and his pet chimp holds the weapon. Is the animal really guilty???

Mr. Monk and the Blackout
A blackout 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.

Mr. Monk Gets Fired
Karen Stottlemeyer films a documentary of Captain Stottlemeyer's division. Despite the Commissioner's objections, Monk helps solve the case of a headless corpse, a fatal fire at a wig factory, and a hat thief all in one fell swoop.

Mr. Monk Meets the Godfather
A mob boss needs Monk's help to figure out who murdered some members of the family. Monk reluctantly takes the case when the FBI offers to help get him reinstated in exchange for the information he gathers.

Mr. Monk and the Girl Who Cried Wolf
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. Meanwhile, Monk is distracted by Sharona's replacement, who is determined to fix him.

Mr. Monk and the Employee of the Month
Monk goes undercover at a department store to investigate the mysterious death of a popular store employee. In the process he also gains valuable insights into the life of his former partner, who happens to be the store's head of security.

Mr. Monk and the Game Show
Trudy's father, a game show producer, invites Monk to Hollywood to determine if the host is helping a contestant cheat. Monk has to become a contestant himself in order to clinch the case, as well as to confirm his suspicions about the death of the host's assistant.

Mr. Monk Takes His Medicine
A woman commits suicide and minutes later Captain Stottlemeyer is shot nearby. Monk needs to determine if the two events are related, but his new medication has turned him into an obnoxious jerk who can't concentrate on the case.

Mr. Monk and the Red Herring
Monk is having a hard time finding a new assistant, and Natalie might be just what he is looking for. But first he has to take her case and solve the mystery of the intruder who seems inordinately interested in her daughter's pet fish.

Mr. Monk vs. the Cobra
When an author of a book debunking the career of a popular martial-arts movie star is killed, the evidence points to the star himself, despite the fact that he has been dead for years! Monk takes the case and also gets a chance to prove to Natalie that he is not as selfish as he seems.

Mr. Monk Gets Cabin Fever
As sole witness to a murder, Monk is shuffled off to a safe location until he can give a deposition. When a man is killed by lightning while fishing on the lake outside his cabin, however, Monk believes there's more to the man's death than meets the eye.

Mr. Monk Gets Stuck in Traffic
A motley assortment of commuters, including Monk and the gang, are stuck on the highway after a fatal car accident brings traffic to a dead halt. But Monk doesn't think it was any accident and his impromptu investigation irritates authorities at the scene.

Mr. Monk Goes to Vegas
While in Sin City for a bachelor party, Stottlemeyer enlists Monk to prove a casino mogul's wife death wasn't accidental.

Mr. Monk and the Election
Natalie's campaign to be elected to the school board is interrupted by a sniper. Monk's life is endangered as well when he begins to investigate.

Mr. Monk and the Kid
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.


Season 4

Mr. Monk and the Other Detective
Monk has stiff competition solving the case of a murdered jewelry store owner from a second-rate PI with a loser reputation who suddenly displays skills even more amazing than Monk's.

Mr. Monk Goes Home Again
On Halloween, Monk visits his brother Ambrose in his childhood home to await a visit from his long-absent father, but things take a strange turn when a masked trick-or-treater repeatedly tries to steal Halloween candy from Ambrose's house.

Mr. Monk Stays in Bed
When Natalie finally catches up with the pizza guy who mistakenly left her $50 in change, she finds him dead in his car. She feels compelled to solve the murder but Monk, sick in bed, offers little help.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Office
Monk goes undercover as an office worker and revels in the office routines and actually starts making friends and a possible romance as he tries to solve a murder that occurred in a parking garage next to the office building as well as who injured the hand of the man who hired him whose hand was slammed into a car door probably by the murderer. But Monk's new found popularity may come to a screeching halt if he won't put on the pair of used bowling shoes for the showdown match between his office team and their rival team.

Mr. Monk Gets Drunk
While on vacation for his anniversary, Mr. Monk chats with an intrusive but well-intentioned man at dinner. But when he wakes up the next day, everyone insists that the man was never there.

Mr. Monk and Mrs. Monk
For the first time in years, Monk has made progress in therapy. But when Natalie discovers that Trudy may be alive, she risks unraveling her boss completely.

Mr. Monk Goes to a Wedding
Natalie asks Randy to be her date to her brother's wedding. But when he's run down in the parking lot, Monk steps in to figure out what exactly is going on.

Mr. Monk and Little Monk
Monk encounters an old crush from junior high when she hires him to discover why her housekeeper was killed and her favorite painting vandalized.

Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa
The department flies into action after one of their own is poisoned by a secret Santa gift at their very own Christmas party.

Mr. Monk Goes to a Fashion Show
Monk investigates the death of a model after his favorite shirt inspector's son is accused of the crime.

Mr. Monk Bumps His Head
After a vicious truck stop attack, Monk awakens with amnesia in a desert hamlet, married to a domineering loon, and suspicious of the circumstances surrounding the hasty departure of a waitress.

Mr. Monk and the Captain's Marriage
While investigating a murder, Stollemeyer gets into an argument with a cop at the scene who snidely tells him he has been seeing his wife. As a result the crime scene was deemed contaminated. He later asks Monk to follow his wife to see if it's true.

Mr. Monk and the Big Reward
Adrian is one of four detectives on the hunt for a priceless diamond that promises a handsome reward for its finder.

Mr. Monk and the Astronaut
Despite everyone's disbelief that a hero making the news is actually a coldblooded killer, Adrian tries to prove that a celebrity astronaut is responsible, despite an airtight alibi.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Dentist
Monk must face his fears of dentists after Randy believes he witnesses a murder while under anasthetics. The problem is, the case is connected to a recent armored car robbery.

Mr. Monk Gets Jury Duty
Lt. Disher and Captain Stottlemeyer capture a "Most Wanted", Columbian criminal, Miguel Escobar, who's wanted for drug trafficking crimes in multiple states, and arrest him for a local homicide. Escobar is notorious for escaping custody, so Stottlemeyer must take extra precautions to ensure that this does not happen while Escobar is in his custody. Captain Stottlemeyer learns that the US Attorney General is ordering him to turn over Escobar to the Federal Government, and is to do nothing more than detain their prisoner until the hand-off, following an extradition ...

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Season 5

Mr. Monk and the Actor
A method actor gets in the way as Monk tries to solve a case.

Mr. Monk and the Garbage Strike
A city-wide garbage strike throws Monk completely off his game as he tries to solve the murder of a union boss.

Mr. Monk and the Big Game
Monk coaches basketball while trying to solve a murder case.

Mr. Monk Can't See a Thing
Monk is blinded by a murderer at a fire station, and then must help find him using his other senses.

Mr. Monk, Private Eye
With work scarce from the police department, Natalie manipulates Monk into opening his own agency, but his first case may be deadly.

Mr. Monk and the Class Reunion
Monk and Natalie go to Berkeley for Monk's 25th college reunion, but are sidetracked when Stottlemeyer shows up asking for their help on the recent homicide of a retired clinic nurse.

Mr. Monk Gets a New Shrink
Dr. Kroger questions his abilities after a patient becomes the prime suspect in a murder. He decides to retire but a distressed Monk is convinced someone else is responsible.

Mr. Monk Goes to a Rock Concert
Monk and Natalie are sidetracked into a homicide investigation at a local music festival when a roadie turns up dead, due to a suspected overdose.

Mr. Monk Meets His Dad
Monk meets his long lost father after 39 years.

Mr. Monk and the Leper
Monk deals with leprosy on two fronts as he's called to testify that a leper is indeed alive so that his money isn't given away.

Mr. Monk Makes a Friend
When Monk suddenly acquires a new friend who rarely leaves his side, everyone is suspicious but him.

Mr. Monk Is at Your Service
Upset when a hiring freeze at the police department is announced, Monk is pressured by Natalie to investigate the deaths of her parents' neighbors, but when Monk starts considering his undercover role as a viable alternate career something has to be done.

Mr. Monk Is on the Air
Monk and Natalie take on a very popular shock jock after his sister-in-law suspects that the jock is responsible for killing his wife. But the jockey has an airtight alibi.

Mr. Monk Visits a Farm
Disher inherits his uncle's farm and invites Monk to visit him when he suspects that his uncle's death was not really an accident.

Mr. Monk and the Really, Really Dead Guy
A street musician is murdered six different ways and the killer is threatening to strike again, but Monk and his colleagues are forced to the sidelines by obnoxious FBI agents.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Hospital
Monk goes to the emergency room with a persistent nose bleed, which he becomes convinced is actually a cerebral hemorrhage, and discovers the doctor he sought out for second opinion, dead on his office floor.


Season 6

Mr. Monk and His Biggest Fan
When a deceased dog is accused of murder, Monk finds himself in the employ of his biggest fan, Marci Maven. Obsessive-compulsive meets completely obsessed.

Mr. Monk and the Rapper
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.

Mr. Monk and the Naked Man
Monk is asked to consult on the murder of a woman, but his issues with nudity hamper his skills.

Mr. Monk and the Bad Girlfriend
When a realtor is shot and killed while showing off a house to a couple, Monk and Natalie suspect the killer to be the victim's partner - who happens to be Stottlemeyer's girlfriend Linda Fusco.

Mr. Monk and the Birds and the Bees
Monk is on the trail of a man who seems to have committed the perfect crime when he murdered his wife and an intruder, and Natalie worries that Julie's new relationship is progressing too fast.

Mr. Monk and the Buried Treasure
Monk, in competition with one of Dr. Kroger's other patients, gets conned into helping his son find buried treasure. The problem is, it has ties to a recent bank robbery.

Mr. Monk and the Daredevil
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 before someone dies.

Mr. Monk and the Wrong Man
A convicted murderer put away by Monk is exonerated. Monk must figure out what really happened to keep his remaining shred of confidence.

Mr. Monk Is Up All Night
Monk obsesses about a woman he bumped into on the street, and the resulting insomnia causes him to witness a crime that apparently didn't occur.

Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa Claus
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.

Mr. Monk Joins a Cult
A good Samaritan witnesses a cult style murder but the evidence doesn't add up. Mr. Monk goes undercover with the "Siblings of the Sun" to solve the crime.

Mr. Monk Goes to the Bank
When Monk's bank is robbed, he's desperate to help with the investigation; when Captain Stottlemeyer won't let him, Monk takes up an unusual position at the bank.

Mr. Monk and the Three Julies
Natalie is frantic, to the detriment of Stottlemeyer's new car, when it appears a mad man is targeting his victims based solely on their name - Julie Teeger.

Mr. Monk Paints His Masterpiece
During an investigation of murders of a junk yard, Monk takes up painting and finds a patron.

Mr. Monk Is on the Run: Part 1
Monk is charged with the murder of the man who killed Trudy, and manages to escape custody in order to figure out what really happened.

Mr. Monk Is on the Run: Part II
Stottlemeyer tries to find proof against the man who framed Monk, and Natalie may ruin everything when she learns the truth.

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Season 7

Mr. Monk Buys a House
Heartbroken by the sudden death of Dr. Kroger, Monk rushes into homeownership and gets a little more than he bargained for when he hires a very persistent contractor.

Mr. Monk and the Genius
Monk takes the case of a brilliant chess master's wife, who believes that her husband is about to kill her and wants him caught - posthumously.

Mr. Monk Gets Lotto Fever
Adrian finds himself short an assistant when Natalie is hired to replace the local lotto girl after she's murdered.

Mr. Monk Takes a Punch
A boxer narrowly avoids a bomb, and Stottlemeyer believes it won't be the only attempt with a championship bout coming up. Meantime, Monk splits his time between the case and contemplating retirement when he finds he must pass a fitness exam.

Mr. Monk Is Underwater
Monk is put in an uncomfortable position when Natalie asks him to help investigate the apparent suicide of her old friend's commanding officer.

Mr. Monk Falls in Love
Monk is smitten with an attractive former dancer and when she's accused of murder, he agrees to help her, even though all the evidence points to her, and continues searching... even after she confesses to the crime.

Mr. Monk's 100th Case
Monk's hundredth case, involving a serial killer, is covered by a TV news magazine, but while watching it he realizes that a second unknown killer was responsible for one of the murders.

Mr. Monk Gets Hypnotized
Monk's hypnotic regression to his childhood begins to affect the case on which he's consulting - an actress who's disappeared, and the holes in her story when she's found after a deadly escape.

Mr. Monk and the Miracle
Monk's Christmas spirit, or lack thereof, is challenged when he takes a case from three homeless men who believe their friend was murdered, and Leland's epiphany sends him on a mission.

Mr. Monk's Other Brother
When Monk's half-brother Jack shows up at his door, he's less than thrilled, especially after learning that Jack has just escaped from prison and is accused of killing a very popular female employee while making his escape.

Mr. Monk on Wheels
Monk makes Natalie's life miserable after he's shot trying to solve a case she asked him to take as a favor.

Mr. Monk and the Lady Next Door
Monk's recent, transforming friendship with a neighbor feels suspicious after he's brought in to consult on two murders.

Mr. Monk Makes the Playoffs
Monk dips his toe into male bonding when he attends the playoffs with Leland, but a murder distracts them from the game and its solution may be the only way to ensure the championship.

Mr. Monk and the Bully
Monk gets a call from a man who bullied him when he was a kid. He's still affected by it. He's uneasy when he goes to see him. The man wants to hire Monk to follow his wife whom he suspects is hiding something from him. Monk accepts to rub his nose in it. And when he follows her he discovers she's hiding something but Monk thinks there's more going on.

Mr. Monk and the Magician
When Monk's neighbor Kevin is found dead backstage at a magic show, Monk begins to suspect Kevin's old mentor, The Great Torini. The problem is, he has a perfect alibi.

Mr. Monk Fights City Hall
Desperate to save the parking lot where Trudy was killed from demolition, Monk enlists the help of a sympathetic councilwoman. But when she goes missing, Monk may be forced to deal with her hapless and incapable assistant.


Season 8

Mr. Monk's Favorite Show
Monk must reconcile reality with his fan-boy feelings toward an actress who starred as a child in a Brady Bunch-style sitcom in his youth after an attempt on her life.

Mr. Monk and the Foreign Man
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.

Mr. Monk and the UFO
Monk finds himself defending his humanity while assisting the sheriff in a remote Nevada town with a murder investigation after he spots what could be a UFO.

Mr. Monk Is Someone Else
Monk is asked to go undercover when his doppelgänger, a mob hit man, unexpectedly dies leaving federal agents with no leads as to his next victim.

Mr. Monk Takes the Stand
After Stottlemeyer, Disher and Monk are shredded on the stand in a murder case, causing the accused to go free, Monk loses his confidence. Meanwhile, Disher tries to help a boy he used to mentor who is accused of another murder.

Mr. Monk and the Critic
After a critic pans Julie's performance in a play, Natalie tries to convince Monk that he committed a murder during the show.

Mr. Monk and the Voodoo Curse
Natalie displays surprising superstition when Monk consults on a case that involves Voodoo. Unfortunately her uneasiness turns to terror when the killer targets her.

Mr. Monk Goes to Group Therapy
A new HMO restriction on individual therapy forces Monk to join one of Dr. Bell's groups just as its members are being murdered.

Happy Birthday, Mr. Monk
While Natalie attempts to surprise Monk with the ultimate 50th birthday party, a janitor and a patent lawyer are killed during the launch of the first vacuum with a self-cleaning filter.

Mr. Monk and Sharona
Sharona's big payday is in jeopardy when Monk believes her uncle was murdered, rather than killed by an accidental fall, and the investigation will test everyone's tempers as Natalie and Sharona mark their territories.

Mr. Monk and the Dog
While searching for what the department hopes is a missing woman, Monk takes in her dog.

Mr. Monk Goes Camping
In an attempt to woo the lone holdout on the reinstatement committee, Monk accompanies the man's troublesome son and Randy's camping group - where they soon find themselves running afoul of some dangerous armored car robbers.

Mr. Monk Is the Best Man
While investigating the death of a man found shot and burned beyond recognition, things begin to go horribly wrong for Stottlemeyer and his bride-to-be, causing her to have second thoughts.

Mr. Monk and the Badge
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.

Mr. Monk and the End: Part 1
An investigation draws Monk back to the place where he first heard about Trudy's murder - but his fate has been unfortunately sealed as he retraces his steps on that fateful day.

Mr. Monk and the End: Part II
A videotaped clue from Trudy provides Monk with the clues he needs to solve her murder - but he has very little time to catch her killer while finding out what poisoned him.

dont think monk would like the way the basic dvd slip case design varies from season to season or the fact the dvds inside are different colours
nor would he approve of the way they have been arranged on that table..

great show though - heat added

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brilly

dont think monk would like the way the basic dvd slip case design varies … dont think monk would like the way the basic dvd slip case design varies from season to season or the fact the dvds inside are different coloursnor would he approve of the way they have been arranged on that table..great show though - heat added



The initials in the acronym "OCD" should also be arranged in alphabetical order as "CDO".

Great deal fp. My second favourite detective series after Columbo.

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bobcsg

Great deal fp. My second favourite detective series after Columbo.



Thanks. It is a difficult decision. I have the complete boxed sets of both programmes.

Both are worthwhile viewing, but I suspect the presentation of "Columbo" (with the reveal of the crime early in each episode) influenced the way in which "Monk" was produced.

Whereas the "Columbo" stories just finished (after a very successful run), the last two episodes of "Monk" complete Adrian's story & also conclude all the incidental character's stories.

I was sorry when Monk finished - it was still a good show and I thought they could have got another couple of seasons out of it. It seemed to spawn a whole new era of quirky detective shows - Psych, Mentalist, Perception - but is better than any of them. Bargain at this price. As with all US shows, once you take the ads out, they are only 40 minutes, but that means you can watch 2 in a session.

Brilliant show, only show I can regularly re-watch without tiring of it. Very feel-good.

All seasons are on Netflix in HD with 5.1 sound.

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RXP91

Brilliant show, only show I can regularly re-watch without tiring of it. … Brilliant show, only show I can regularly re-watch without tiring of it. Very feel-good.All seasons are on Netflix in HD with 5.1 sound.



North American, or Canadian, versions of "Netflix", presumably.

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Oh yeah, I forgot I use unblock-us or tunlr.net/

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RXP91

Oh yeah, I forgot I use unblock-us or http://tunlr.net/



These proxy servers (& many others) are discussed at length in the threads I have tagged with Netflix (as I mentioned above).

Excellent show, one of my favourites. I can never fully make up my mind over which is better Psych or Monk but just because of Shawn and Gus I have to go with Psych but this was the main show back in the day.

I think it used to come on BBC and ITV for some time - not sure if they still show it.

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mighty mugger

...I think it used to come on BBC and ITV for some time - not sure if … ...I think it used to come on BBC and ITV for some time - not sure if they still show it.



The "Universal Channel" (+1) currently has Series 8 in rotation.
"ITV3" (+1) has Series 7 (with Series 8 starting on Saturday 27 October 2012).

Thanks, I've yet to view Season 8 but have heard how Trudy mystery resolved.

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berni888

Thanks, I've yet to view Season 8 but have heard how Trudy mystery … Thanks, I've yet to view Season 8 but have heard how Trudy mystery resolved.



You're welcome.

The last episode (in two parts) is one of my favourites from all of the eight seasons.
The writing & acting (mainly by Tony Shalhoub) demonstrates exactly why the programme has won the awards it has over the years.

Love this series. Already have seasons 1 to 4, though. Best detective since Columbo first appeared on the scene (of the crime).

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lindtexcellence85

Love this series. Already have seasons 1 to 4, though. Best detective … Love this series. Already have seasons 1 to 4, though. Best detective since Columbo first appeared on the scene (of the crime).



I think you may find that buying this boxed set just to gain seasons 5, 6, 7, & 8, is worthwhile given the price of the individual sets.

You could always sell the individual sets you already own to offset the purchase price.

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£65.09 now. "Deal" marked as Expired.
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