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  • One of our satellite channels had a Monk marathon this past weekend and, even though I had seen every episode before, there were some that I enjoyed enough to want to watch again
  • The thing I like about this episode is the fact he is completely outside his comfort zone
  • This is a great episode and I would recommend watching it if you get a chance simply because it does have a great mystery and some fantastic comedy in between

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      One of our satellite channels had a Monk marathon this past weekend and, even though I had seen every episode before, there were some that I enjoyed enough to want to watch again. One of them was the episode Mr.

      Monk is Underwater; one of the later episodes (when he has Dr.

      Bell as his therapist)that


      occurred shortly before they decided to finally produce a final season.

      This one is actually a pretty funny episode.

      Monk is asked to investigate a suicide on a submarine that one of the officers believes is a murder.

      While reluctantly on board the sub (he’s claustrophobic), the sub submerges on an exercise and he’s trapped on board for several days.

      The thing I like about this episode is the fact he is completely outside his comfort zone.

      He has to sleep on a bunk, he has no access to his therapist (though he does have some funny moments where he imagines Dr.

      Bell is right in the room with him and walking ...


      • Monk TV Episode: Mr. Monk is Underwater
      him through everything) and his primary suspect is the captain of the ship; a man who is not afraid to kill in order to keep the murder from being discovered (and creates a pretty interesting way of doing just that while making it look like an accident).

      Despite all of this, he manages to still notice

      clues and solve what really does appear to be an unsolvable murder.

      Oh, and I should mention this is the episode where Natalie meets her future love interest; a former friend of her husband.

      This is a great episode and I would recommend watching it if you get a chance simply because it does have a great mystery and some fantastic comedy in between.




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