Dexter Larson: I was the kind of guy that a woman like you never talked to.
Sharona Fleming: You still are.
Monk borrows Lt. Albright's sidearm to prove a point. All weapons on a submarine are locked in a small arms locker until needed, not carried around by officers. Further, medics are traditionally not issued firearms. See more...
According to co-producer Tom Scharpling, the Mexican homicide cops are purposely written as parodies of Stottlemeyer and Disher, right down to their attitudes, their ranks, their suits, and Captain Alameda's mustache. Even the bumbling lieutenant's name is a little joke on Disher. Plato means "dish" in Spanish. See more...
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|Original entry||When Natalie comes in to Mr. Monk's house and realizes by opening the refrigerator that Mr. Monk is at home, the first camera shot after she closes the refrigerator door shows a Tupperware container with a blue lid just to the right of the refrigerator (facing it) that is slightly turned so that is is not parallel to the refrigerator's side, and then just to the right of the container is a blender with the top lid off. When Lieutenant Randy Disher later comes in the house, there is a camera shot that shows that the Tupperware is now square with the refrigerator's side, and it appears to be a different Tupperware than the first shot, as it looks bigger and appears to have more stored inside of it and it does not appear to have a blue lid. Also, the blender now has the top lid on it. In a third shot, the blender has now moved to the right at least 12 inches, which is confirmed while Natalie is preparing the smoothie: it can be seen that it has moved from its previous position and the blue topped Tupperware has returned. Finally, when Natalie starts to prepare the smoothie, the top of the blender is off and it is not ever seen that she removed the lid herself.|