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Mr. Monk Is on the Run (2) - S6-E16

New this month Revealing mistake: When Natalie visits Dale in prison you can tell that Dale is wearing a "fat suit". The suit on his arm is folding up on itself like a glove.

Mr. Monk Makes A Friend - S5-E11

New this month Revealing mistake: During the fight scene in the restaurant kitchen you can see that the woman is a stuntman, you can even see the horrible wig pop up off the stuntman's head a few times.

Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa - S6-E10

New this month Plot hole: Why is everyone talking about the gun piece as if it's evidence, even the police do. 1st they don't know who called in the tip. 2nd the reporter touched it with her bare hands and kept it for over 24 hours before turning it over to the police, and 3rd the chain of evidence is completely messed up. It would never be considered evidence by police.

Mr. Monk and His Biggest Fan - S6-E1

New this month Plot hole: Marci makes a diagram of one of Monk's cases and calls it "Mr Monk and the three pies" but she shouldn't even know about that case, it happened the episode before Monk and Marci met, so she wouldn't have been following him around.

Mr. Monk and the Really, Really Dead Guy - S5-E15

New this month Factual error: Monk typing the address into his laptop would not affect the trace the agents are doing, it definitely wouldn't pop up on the agent's screen as the result of the trace.

Mr. Monk Is on the Run (1) - S6-E15

New this month Plot hole: The D.A. says that ballistics show that the bullet came from Monk's gun. The simplest thing to do would be to look at the gun, they'd know that it hadn't been fired and was full. With Monk's OCD we know it was cleaned, and the sheriff came in right after, so Monk couldn't have reloaded it. Yet they overlook all of this.

Mr. Monk Goes to a Fashion Show - S4-E10

Revealing mistake: The fan letter Monk wrote to shirt Inspector 8, shown in close-up where it hangs on her work station wall, consists of the same paragraph printed out twice.

Jean G

Mr. Monk Is on the Run (1) - S6-E15

Continuity mistake: When Monk attempts to steal the truck at the gas station and grabs the sleeping driver's keys, he drives the truck in circles and then stops. When he stops, the truck is exactly parallel to the end of the concrete slab where the gas pumps are located. However, when the police arrive, the truck is now at a different angle with the back of the truck now being closer to the end of the concrete slab than the front. The gas station attendant would not have moved the truck himself as the police would have told him not to touch anything at the scene.

Mr. Monk and the Red-Headed Stranger - S1-E12

Character mistake: In the scene where a man is streaking, he is carefully made to look naked. But when he is running through the park, there is one shot where you can see some black underwear.

Mr. Monk and the Red-Headed Stranger - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: In the closing scene with Willie Nelson, there are a few times when the clarinet music changes notes, yet Monk's fingers do not move. There is also one point where Monk takes a breath mid-note.

Mr. Monk and the Red-Headed Stranger - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Willie Nelson is rehearsing, his pigtails change position depending on the shot.

Mr. Monk and the Leper - S5-E10

Revealing mistake: When the balloon goes over the cliff, a very obvious dummy replaces Monk.

Mr. Monk and the Earthquake - S1-E11

Continuity mistake: Sharona tells her sister that Monk needs the guest room because he "doesn't sleep on couches," but in "Mr. Monk and the Marathon Man," she had to stop him from taking a nap on the victim's couch.

Mr. Monk Gets Cabin Fever - S3-E12

Character mistake: Season 3, episode 12, "Mr. Monk Gets Cabin Fever": When Randy Disher is having Chinese food in his apartment with his new girlfriend, he gets a fortune stating that he is going to get money from his uncle. Randy says that he doesn't have an uncle. In Season 5, episode 14, "Mr. Monk Visits a Farm", Randy inherits a farm from his uncle who appears to have committed suicide, but was actually murdered.

Mr. Monk and the Sleeping Suspect - S2-E7

Deliberate mistake: All the mail bombs are delivered in packages tied with knotted string. The USPO hasn't allowed string-tied packages since the mid-90s (they get caught in automated equipment), but since the knots were crucial to ID-ing the suspect in this episode, that fact had to be ignored.

Jean G

Mr. Monk and Little Monk - S4-E8

Factual error: In the flashback where Monk is explaining how the money was stolen, the principal finds the 5 dollar bill he wrote "good luck" on and holds it up for everyone to see. The bill he holds is a 5 dollar bill which was released in 2000, with the enlarged Lincoln. The flashback takes place in 1972.

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Mr. Monk and the Captain's Marriage - S4-E12

Continuity mistake: In the hospital scene, the items on Gerald's tray change positions several times between takes.

Jean G

Mr. Monk and the Leper - S5-E10

Revealing mistake: Look at the stuntman who stands in for Tony Shalhoub when the balloon crashes and the basket scrapes and bumps along the ground. He is about fifty pounds lighter than Shalhoub, looks nothing at all like him and his hair looks like a Harpo Marx fright wig dyed black. He is one of the most obvious stand-ins I have ever seen.

Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa - S6-E10

Continuity mistake: At the end, the glass of egg nog Julie and Natalie leave on the floor disappears after they stand up to talk to Monk.

Jean G

Mr. Monk Meets His Dad - S5-E9

Continuity mistake: Jack's big rig has a huge Christmas wreath on the front grill. When the truck loses its brakes, there's an overhead view of it careening down the road, and the wreath has disappeared. It's back in the next shot, though.

Jean G

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Quotes

Noelle Winters: Is your wife here?
Adrian Monk: I'm not married.
Noelle Winters: You're wearing a ring.
Adrian Monk: She passed away. I can't bring myself to take it off yet.
Noelle Winters: Oh, I'm sorry. When did she die?
Adrian Monk: Six years ago.

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Trivia

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.

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