In an attempt to discover the common denominator between the eleven victims of a serial killer, Monk links them all to a jury trial six years ago in which a handyman fell off the roof of a wealthy homeowner's pool house. Meanwhile, Sharona finds that dating the deputy mayor can have many benefits but in his anxiety to make a statement to the press, the twelfth juror is mistaken as a suspect in the killings, possibly ruining the deputy's reputation. Written by
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This episode was originally titled "Mr. Monk and the Twelfth Victim," apparently referring not to a jury member but to the frozen body of what was actually the first victim. Under its new title, it was nominated for an Edgar Allen Poe Award by the Mystery Writers of America but unfortunately didn't win the award. See more
In Dr. Kroger's office, crew-members can be seen in the reflection of the windows. See more
When I fix this shirt, you don't complain, 'cause you good customer. You come back anytime, Mr. Babcock.
Ma'am, he just killed eleven people.
Twelve. Let's not forget about the first Mrs. Babcock, who I'll bet is buried under that new porch.
Well... He still good customer. Not crazy like that Mr. Monk over there.
References The Man Who Knew Too Much