Monk: Season 4, Episode 4

Mr. Monk Goes to the Office (29 Jul. 2005)

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Monk goes undercover as an office worker and revels in the office routines and actually starts making friends and a possible romance as he tries to solve a murder that occurred in a parking... See full summary »

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Monk goes undercover as an office worker and revels in the office routines and actually starts making friends and a possible romance as he tries to solve a murder that occurred in a parking garage next to the office building as well as who injured the hand of the man who hired him whose hand was slammed into a car door probably by the murderer. But Monk's new found popularity may come to a screeching halt if he won't put on the pair of used bowling shoes for the showdown match between his office team and their rival team. Written by lemoviecritic@yahoo.com

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When Monk discovers the tire iron he says that it is metric and all the cars are American. The two metric and standard sizes of the lug nuts of nearly all passenger cars are interchangeable. 3/4 is nearly identical to 19mm and 13/16 to 21mm. The tire iron was simply the smaller size. American cars have been metric since the 80's anyway. See more »

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Monk Fits In.....For Awhile
27 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A man is crouched down besides a parked car in an indoor garage next to a big office building. The attendant spots him, goes over to see what he's doing, knows he's up to something and starts to call the police. The intruder shoots and kills him. A minute later, an office executive walks to his car. The intruder puts a gun to his back but instead of killing him, makes the man open his car and slam the door on his hand!, breaking it!, of course. While the man screams in pain, the intruder flees. That executive, "Warren Kemp" hires Monk to find out to did this and Monk goes undercover in the office. Monk loves the routine, cubicle existence and actually fits in here with the workers. He's thrilled to actually be accepted by other people. That, unfortunately, comes to a halt because of a bowling match.

This was another fine episode. It had a lot of facets to it, including a possible romance and a good look into human nature. Christopher Nieman was particularly entertaining as the idiot office nerd.


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