Monk and his colleagues travel to New York City to interview someone connected to Trudy's murder. While they are waiting, Monk helps solve the murder of the Latvian ambassador.

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Captain Walter Cage
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Steven Leight
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Masul the Cabbie
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Elmer Gratnik
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Vladimir Kazinsky
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Warrick Tennyson
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Second Detective
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Ambassador of Latvia (as Dmitri Boudrine)
Lorin Shapiro ...
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Monk and his friends arrive in New York to locate the man whom they were told has information about Trudy's murder. When they arrive at the hotel, the Latvian ambassador who is also staying there is killed. Monk saw the killer but only his ear. So he tries to help the NYPD solve the case hoping they will help them find the man. When Nonk goes downtown he gets lost and gets swept up in all the chaos. In the meantime Stottelmeyer learns the NYPD knows where the man is and is not letting them see him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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18 June 2004 (USA)  »

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When Monk is doing the card game on the street, you can see shows director Andy Breckman standing behind him as a spectator. See more »

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When Monk falls onto the ice in the ice rink, his wireless microphone transmitter box falls out of his pocket and can clearly be seen sliding along the ice beside him. See more »

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[on learning that Warrick Tennyson is dying in hospital]
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: How long does he have?
Walter: Two, three days. He's being deposed in connection with that federal racketeering case, and they're afraid they're gonna lose him before they get what they need. They're not letting anybody else near him.
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: You gave me your word.
Walter: Come on, I didn't lie to you! If we close the ambassador case...
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: Look, I don't *care* about the frigging ambassador! He means less than zero to me, okay? My friend's wife got *blown up*! You ...
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References The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) See more »

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That's Powerful
14 February 2014 | by (NJ, United States) – See all my reviews

I don't think there are any spoilers but there always could be.

This was a good episode-- especially good. I think that they wanted the season premiere to be a good one and I think they succeeded.

The episode plot ties in with the overall storyline of the entire series- - the one about Trudy-- and that's always a nice thing.

Also, there's a very powerful moment at the end which I don't want to ruin for anyone, but it's worth seeing.

They also work in some stuff related to Monk's issue with his phobias, this time the problem being coping with life in NYC.

But really the ending is what made it an above-average show.

(9/10)


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