Monk: Mr. Monk is Someone Else  » TV  »
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  • The episode has Monk going through a bit of a personality change from wimp to tough guy and really is more annoying than funny at times
  • My favorite part of this episode was the first few minutes

    • by Steve
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      Another last season of Monk episode and, I hate to say it, another disappointing one. This one followed a plot that has been done way too many times before.

      You have Monk being the exact look-a-like for a professional hit man and he is asked to impersonate the hit man to find out who hired him and


      why (which seems a bit fishy to me considering, if he looked like the guy, you think, at some point the FBI would have been investigating him to make sure they weren’t the same person; something he would have surely noticed).

      The episode has Monk going through a bit of a personality change from wimp to tough ...


      • guy and really is more annoying than funny at times.

        Not to mention his little quirks would be enough to get me suspicious; especially when he took his time visiting the target’s house.

        My favorite part of this episode was the first few minutes.

        You have a scene where it looks like Monk is being hit by

        a bus (there’s no real introduction so there’s no way of knowing it is actually his look-a-like).

        Then, after the title song and a commercial, the show opens with Natalie crying; only to reveal Monk is fine and she’s just reading the book Marley and Me.

        That was classic.

        Too bad the rest of the episode didn’t live up to that.




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