History WMG / Monk

28th Mar '16 7:15:26 PM CastingCrowns
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** San Francisco has an extremely high cost of living, and the most expensive real estate prices in the country. 50 grand doesn't go too far there, especially as a sole wage earner with a teenager on the house.
23rd Mar '16 1:04:58 PM dmcreif
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[[WMG:Natalie's cell phone was an assistant's phone]]
Part of me suspects that Natalie's cell phone (whenever she's shown using it) was passed down from Sharona, because of both times that Ambrose called. In "Mr. Monk and the Three Pies," he called looking for Adrian, but reached Sharona's cell phone instead of Adrian's apartment. The second time, in "Mr. Monk Goes Home Again," he called expecting to speak to Sharona, and got Natalie instead. If I remember right, I think Natalie told Ambrose to call Sharona for the details of why she left. If he had been calling Sharona's phone, he would have reached her when he called, instead of Natalie. This seems to suggest that Monk may have his apartment phone unlisted in the phone directory, and the phone number for him is actually for a phone registered to him but which his assistants are in possession of.

Not to mention, for Natalie, it's a great way to separate business calls from personal phone calls.
5th Mar '16 3:58:42 PM nombretomado
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He has a FreudianSlip in the episode "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night" when he shows up at a crime scene late at night in his CaptainAmerica pajamas. When the Captain jokes he needs to get back to Gotham City, Randy corrects him, "That's Franchise/{{Batman}}. I live in New York... ''h-he'' does..."

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He has a FreudianSlip in the episode "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night" when he shows up at a crime scene late at night in his CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica pajamas. When the Captain jokes he needs to get back to Gotham City, Randy corrects him, "That's Franchise/{{Batman}}. I live in New York... ''h-he'' does..."
17th Jan '16 10:36:52 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Randy Disher is [[LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit David Cassidy]].]]

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[[WMG:Randy Disher is [[LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit [[Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit David Cassidy]].]]
10th Jun '15 11:44:39 PM Matchboxboy
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* It's not an obscure literary reference at all. Robert Browning is on most English curriculums and Stottlemeyer is shown on several occasions to be well versed in literature. I can humour you, but the reference is honestly far from obscure. Just check the adaptions section of the Pippa Passes page on wikipedia.
** having said this, Stottlemeyer nearly always manages to get things done, he's clearly well connected.
19th Mar '15 9:55:55 AM dmcreif
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He is a self-admitted loveabe rogue and con man who makes a living by gaining people's trust and then swindling them. Meaning the guy could be an escaped con man who really is named Joe Endicott and the real Jack Monk, Jr. lives elsewhere.

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He is a self-admitted loveabe rogue and con man who makes a living by gaining people's trust and then swindling them. He's a pathological liar and at one point, he tries to con Natalie out of money. Meaning the guy could be an escaped con man who really is named Joe Endicott and the real Jack Monk, Jr. lives elsewhere.
8th Mar '15 7:56:35 PM dmcreif
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Jossed.

[[WMG: The Jack Monk, Jr. that Adrian met was Joe Endicott all along]]
He is a self-admitted loveabe rogue and con man who makes a living by gaining people's trust and then swindling them. Meaning the guy could be an escaped con man who really is named Joe Endicott and the real Jack Monk, Jr. lives elsewhere.
23rd Dec '14 8:13:00 PM chrishouserez
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[[WMG: Amy Devlin will eventually become Adrian's SecondLove in the novel series.]]
17th Nov '14 9:38:22 AM dmcreif
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He drops their motto, a fairly obscure literary reference, at the end of Mr. Monk and the Miracle.
"God's in his heaven, All's right with the world."

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He drops their motto, a fairly obscure literary reference, at the end of Mr. "Mr. Monk and the Miracle.
Wrong Man": "God's in his heaven, All's right with the world.""
27th Oct '14 7:24:08 PM livestockgeorge
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