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  • Her replacement, Traylor Howard, adds quite a bit to the show in my opinion
  • There's plenty of good mystery for detectives at home to find as well, and personally, I feel this season offers the best blend of comedy, drama, and mystery of all the Monk seasons
  • The episodes all look and and sound amazing and are shown in widescreen format, and although the bonus features are lacking with short interviews, I still can't recommend this season set enough

    • by GenesisOne
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      Monk - The Complete Third Season features more drama than any of the other seasons, and boy does it work well. Four episodes in particular are emotionally powerful: Mr. Monk Takes Manhattan, Mr.

      Monk Takes His Medicine, Mr. Monk vs.

      the Cobra, and Mr. Monk and the Kid.

      This season also features the departure of Bitty Schram, the actress that played Monk’s assistant, Sharona. Her replacement,


      Traylor Howard, adds quite a bit to the show in my opinion.

      Her acting skills are superior and her personality allows for a variety of emotions that all seem so real and natural. While it’s true there’s more drama in this season than in others, the comedy is still present and just as good as ever, especially in “Mr.

      Monk Gets Stuck in Traffic” and “Mr.


      • Monk Gets Cabin Fever”.

        There’s plenty of good mystery for detectives at home to find as well, and personally, I feel this season offers the best blend of comedy, drama, and mystery of all the Monk seasons. This gives Tony Shalhoub great opportunities to play out several roles: the obsessive-compulsive detective that is haunted by countless phobias, the saddened but determined husband in search of his

        wife’s killer, the father that he so desperately wanted to be but knew he would never be healthy enough to be, and a few other roles as well.

        The episodes all look and and sound amazing and are shown in widescreen format, and although the bonus features are lacking with short interviews, I still can’t recommend this season set enough. This is the show at its best.




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