History Funny / Monk

25th Feb '17 1:12:02 PM nombretomado
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** Damn shame for Randy. He thought he would be portrayed by BradPitt, which actually seems justified because it wouldn't take much makeup work to get Pitt to resemble Jason Gray-Stanford. Then you wonder why the movie's casting agency didn't go for someone like JohnTravolta, given Travolta actually resembles Gray-Stanford more than Brad Pitt ever could.

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** Damn shame for Randy. He thought he would be portrayed by BradPitt, Creator/BradPitt, which actually seems justified because it wouldn't take much makeup work to get Pitt to resemble Jason Gray-Stanford. Then you wonder why the movie's casting agency didn't go for someone like JohnTravolta, Creator/JohnTravolta, given Travolta actually resembles Gray-Stanford more than Brad Pitt ever could.
30th Dec '16 5:29:13 PM HeroGal2347
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* Two moments in "Mr. Monk And The Really, Really Dead Guy". The first is because the special investigators use their advanced technology to come to the conclusion that the self-proclaimed serial killer threatening to strike again despises street performers (he killed one previously), so Randy dresses up as a street performer to lure the guy. As he stands there playing awful music and singing badly, Stottlemeyer tells the other investigators that there's a flaw in their plan, because :

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* Two moments in "Mr. "[[Recap/MonkS5E15MrMonkAndTheReallyReallyDeadGuy Mr. Monk And The Really, Really Dead Guy".Guy]]". The first is because the special investigators use their advanced technology to come to the conclusion that the self-proclaimed serial killer threatening to strike again despises street performers (he killed one previously), so Randy dresses up as a street performer to lure the guy. As he stands there playing awful music and singing badly, Stottlemeyer tells the other investigators that there's a flaw in their plan, because :
30th Dec '16 8:55:37 AM mousegold
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-->'''Adrian''': I felt the need to do a through background check.

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-->'''Adrian''': I felt the need to do a through thorough background check.


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-->'''Adrian''': I would have gone further, but your pre-school teacher moved to South America and the doctor who delivered you passed away.
-->''[[[ScrewThisImOutOfHere Natalie walks out of the truck to get some fresh air.]]]''
30th Dec '16 8:52:42 AM mousegold
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* Just how well Monk got to know Natalie.
-->'''Natalie Teeger''': I don't have a permanent record.
-->'''Adrian Monk''': Yes, you do.
-->'''Natalie''': Who's keeping it? (Looks at Monk, who has a smug look on his face) I withdraw the question. I hope you contacted my kindergarden teacher, who made the inital entries, so you'll have the complete document.
-->'''Adrian''': I did.
-->'''Natalie''': You ''did''?
-->'''Adrian''': [[SuddenlyShouting YES, I DID!]]
-->...
-->'''Adrian''': I felt the need to do a through background check.
-->'''Natalie''': All the way back to kindergarden?
27th Dec '16 8:10:25 PM HeroGal2347
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* During the summation in "Mr. Monk Goes to the Circus", Monk and Stottlemeyer get increasingly irritated by a clown who is there miming everything while they're about to arrest Natasha Lovara for shooting her ex-husband, and later killing an elephant trainer while covering up her involvement in the first killing:

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* During the summation in "Mr. "[[Recap/MonkS2E4MrMonkGoesToTheCircus Mr. Monk Goes to the Circus", Circus]]", Monk and Stottlemeyer get increasingly irritated by a clown who is there miming everything while they're about to arrest Natasha Lovara for shooting her ex-husband, and later killing an elephant trainer while covering up her involvement in the first killing:
17th Oct '16 9:26:49 PM Nicoaln
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* Monk is trapped inside an elevator with a really fat person in a power outage. He repeatedly presses a button and, with a somewhat deadpan voice, says "Lobby. Lobby lobby lobby!"
2nd Apr '16 3:04:11 AM Morgenthaler
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** In, "Mr. Monk and the Daredevil" when Harold appears to be a velcro fly performer called the Frisco Fly. Harold and his cousin Joey are approached by a kindergarten teacher and two of her kids, who have a drawing they want to show to Harold - it's a colored-pencil painting of Harold with the San Francisco skyline drawn behind him. Harold and Joey laugh at the fact that Harold's head is disproportionately sized on the photo. Not liking the fact that they are missing suspension cables from the Golden Gate Bridge, he draws them in with a Sharpie. But best of all, Joey then notices what is supposed to be a bird and says that the scale makes it incredibly long - over 20 feet. Harold says it looks like ''{{Mothra}}'', and he and Joey promptly do hilarious ''Mothra'' impressions, terrifying the two kids.

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** In, "Mr. Monk and the Daredevil" when Harold appears to be a velcro fly performer called the Frisco Fly. Harold and his cousin Joey are approached by a kindergarten teacher and two of her kids, who have a drawing they want to show to Harold - it's a colored-pencil painting of Harold with the San Francisco skyline drawn behind him. Harold and Joey laugh at the fact that Harold's head is disproportionately sized on the photo. Not liking the fact that they are missing suspension cables from the Golden Gate Bridge, he draws them in with a Sharpie. But best of all, Joey then notices what is supposed to be a bird and says that the scale makes it incredibly long - over 20 feet. Harold says it looks like ''{{Mothra}}'', ''Film/{{Mothra}}'', and he and Joey promptly do hilarious ''Mothra'' impressions, terrifying the two kids.
5th Mar '16 3:58:54 PM nombretomado
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* In "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night", Randy stops Jacob Posner and the guys who ripped Posner off while wearing CaptainAmerica [=PJs=]. And being ''drunk''. Bear in mind it was effective because the cons were all confused.

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* In "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night", Randy stops Jacob Posner and the guys who ripped Posner off while wearing CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica [=PJs=]. And being ''drunk''. Bear in mind it was effective because the cons were all confused.
20th Apr '15 2:56:02 AM ChrisDen
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-->'''Living Statue Performer:''' Oh, about 10 minutes later, the alarm went off. And I saw... ''[his watch goes off, signalling the end of his break. He steps back up on his pedestal and freezes in place]''

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-->'''Living Statue Performer:''' Oh, about 10 minutes later, the alarm went off. And I saw... ''[his watch goes off, signalling signaling the end of his break. He steps back up on his pedestal and freezes in place]''



-->'''Natalie Teeger:''' Oh, no, that's just me. I scream every payday. ''(waves her hand dismissingly)''

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-->'''Natalie Teeger:''' Oh, no, that's just me. I scream every payday. ''(waves her hand dismissingly)''dismissively)''



-->'''Paul Buchanan:''' Well I don't have to remind you about how important these stupid luncheons are. The old bats are gunning for me. They want me to screw up, they ''expect'' me to screw up. And I intend... to dissapoint them. Mr. Melville.

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-->'''Paul Buchanan:''' Well I don't have to remind you about how important these stupid luncheons are. The old bats are gunning for me. They want me to screw up, they ''expect'' me to screw up. And I intend... to dissapoint disappoint them. Mr. Melville.
19th Apr '15 8:15:14 AM dmcreif
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* "Mr. Monk Meets Dale the Whale". Our introductory on-screen appearance to Dale "The Whale" Biederbeck is laugh out loud funny:

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* "Mr. Monk Meets Dale the Whale". Our introductory on-screen appearance to Dale "The Whale" Biederbeck is laugh out loud funny:funny even if he is Monk's archenemy:



-->'''Dr. Charles Kroger:''' That's between you and Adrian to work out. ''[I could envision the amused smile on his face]'' Who knows? Maybe the two of you will have some fun together.
-->''[I hung up. I couldn't help wondering if Dr. Kroger had put Monk up to this trip as a way of getting even with me]''

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-->'''Dr. Charles Kroger:''' That's between you and Adrian to work out. ''[I could envision the amused smile on his face]'' Who knows? Maybe the two of you will have some fun together.
-->''[I hung up. I couldn't help wondering if -->''[Natalie hangs up, thinking Dr. Kroger had put Monk up to this trip as a way of getting even with me]''her]''



* The use of MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: Randy and another detective are driving to a crime scene. Randy gets nauseous and vomits on the roadside, right in front of a Japanese tour group:

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* The use of MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: Randy and another detective are driving to a crime scene. Randy gets nauseous and vomits on the roadside, right in front of a Japanese tour group:



-->''[Two vans screech to a stop, and men suited up in SWAT gear raid the beauty salon]''

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-->''[Two vans screech to a stop, and men suited up in -->''[Cue the SWAT gear team arriving to raid the beauty salon]''



* Monk having to dress up as a clown number 99 of his hundred greatest fears to keep a suspect from finding out he was successful

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!!Mr. Monk Helps Himself!!
* Monk having to dress up as a clown clown, number 99 on his list of his hundred greatest fears fears. The incident that leads to keep a suspect from finding this happening is that Monk and the team are checking out he was successfula dead clown's office, looking for evidence tying him to the people who killed him for blackmailing them. The suspects in question show up, and the investigation team is forced to improvise that Monk is the clown they hired.
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