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  • Monk is the Best Man, ended up being a bit predictable but it was actually pretty darn funny too
  • There is only one problem, someone is trying to keep him from getting married
  • Still, the episode was actually pretty good and I definitely would enjoy watching this one again

    • by Steve
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      Last night’s episode of Monk; Mr. Monk is the Best Man, ended up being a bit predictable but it was actually pretty darn funny too.

      Stoddlemeyer ends up proposing to his girlfriend TK (even though they have only been dating for 6 months and seem to rush into the ceremony


      a bit too).

      And, sinc he has known Monk for so long, he asks him to be his best man (leading to an on-going joke involving Monk protecting the wedding ring by refusing to let go of it until the ceremony).

      There is only one problem, someone is trying to ...


      • keep him from getting married; going as far as trashing the captain’s home and setting off a bomb at their rehearsal.

        I was able to take a wild guess about who was behind everything since it was obvious the murder victim they found in the beginning of the episode and

        the sabotage of the wedding had to be related.

        When you add things up and realize the intention is to keep the wedding from happening because of some sort of evidence, it’s easy to figure out who is behind everything.

        Still, the episode was actually pretty good and I definitely would enjoy watching this one again.




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    A Monk fanclub says :

    I just watched Monk in the late season - means I missed lots of previous episode. I really like this one as Captain Stottlemayer is finally lucky in love. And especially, I like the florist’s scene - very beautiful, fresh joy . By the way, I don’t understand the gag hidden meaning of this scene. When Mr. Monk sniffed the flower (it’s actually a plastic pen)and he said he loved it, what’s the message the director wants to convey us?

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