Monk: Season 4, Episode 11

Mr. Monk Bumps His Head (20 Jan. 2006)

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After a vicious truck stop attack, Monk awakens with amnesia in a desert hamlet, married to a domineering loon, and suspicious of the circumstances surrounding the hasty departure of a waitress.

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After a vicious truck stop attack, Monk awakens with amnesia in a desert hamlet, married to a domineering loon, and suspicious of the circumstances surrounding the hasty departure of a waitress.

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When Mr. Monk is examining Rogers car at Neds bee farm just before it's towed, Mr. Monk looks in the front seat. A Willie Nelson CD can be seen... one of several inclusions of Mr. Nelson over the life of the series. See more »

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When Cora goes upstairs after telling Monk she will meet him in the bedroom, her cat looks at Monk in a close shot, but in the wide shots before and after the cat is asleep in the chair. See more »

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Adrian Monk: The truth is I'm - I'm not so attracted to you.
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Some Things You Never Forget
6 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Monk meets some stranger at a secluded truck stop, ready with cash to purchase information about his wife's death. The man is a phony and hits Monk over the head with lead pipe, knocking him out. He takes Monks wallet, puts him on the truck flatbed and disappears. The driver comes out, doesn't see anything wrong and drives away. Monk then wakes up the next morning in some small town in Wyoming (not the "desert," as it says on the title page here). Our hero has a very sore head and no recollection who he is, except that he seems to want to some odd OCD things.

The show changes from that dramatic opening to very silly for awhile as some nutty woman named "Cora" sees what's happening and claims Monk as her husband! She's obviously nuts, but it also gives her a chance to have a man around the house who she can get to do things, such as fix the roof or...ah, fill some of her other needs. Monk knows something isn't right but he has no memory so he goes along with a bunch of goofy things....some, not all! Laurie Metcalf is good as the domineering "Cora."

Anyway, a crime is committed against a nice waitress Monk met, and even though he doesn't know who he is, Adrian, through his intuitive gifts, helps solve the crime. Eventually, he is discovered and taken back to San Francisco. In all, a strange episode but entertaining.


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