When a man who was scheduled to be executed is killed before his execution. Monk goes to the prison to help. However, Monk is so turned off by how filthy the prison is and upon hearing that he would have been dead anyway tries to leave. But Dale "The Whale" Biderbeck whose murder plot Monk solved, who is also in the same prison calls him and tells him that he is a suspect but Monk knows that the motive that he is suspected of is not motive enough for him to kill. So he asks Monk to solve the case in exchange for giving Monk information on his wife's murder. Written by
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The medical examiner tells Sharona that Ray Kaspo's blood type was AB- with D antigen. Randy tells Sharona the same about Lambert Lawson's blood type.
This is, however, impossible. The - means the blood has no D antigen. If Kaspo's and Lawson's blood had D antigen, their blood type would have been AB+.
Plus, people with blood type AB with D antigen are universal recipients for blood or organs; therefore, Lawson would have had many possible donors even if he would not have had D antigen, and he would not have died just because one organ donor with the same blood type was murdered. See more
[a gang of neo-Nazis corner Monk in the rec room with shivs; he looks at one, with tattoos on one entire side of his body
I'm guessing that was incredibly painful.