Monk: Season 3, Episode 15

Mr. Monk and the Election (25 Feb. 2005)

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Natalie's campaign to be elected to the school board is interrupted by a sniper. Monk's life is endangered as well when he begins to investigate.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Whitman
First Attendant
Second Attendant
Mrs. Giddons
John Maynard ...
Mrs. Bloom


Natalie's campaign to be elected to the school board is interrupted by a sniper. Monk's life is endangered as well when he begins to investigate.

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Monk mentions during the campaign that Dr. Kroger is Jewish (which is why he doesn't celebrate Christmas). Stanley Kamel, who played Dr. Kroger, really was Jewish in real life. See more »


When the scene flashes back to the shooter taking aim with his rifle, the shot clearly shows no scope mounted on the rifle, however when the screen shows the point of view of the shooter, it is a round shot with aiming cross hairs indicating that a rifle scope is being used to target the copier. See more »


Lt. Randall Disher: Witnesses are all over the map. Some say they heard five shots; some say nine.
Adrian Monk: Fourteen. There were fourteen shots.
Capt. Stottlemeyer: Are you sure? Well, of course you're sure. How did they come? Were they evenly spaced?
[Monk recites the timing]
Adrian Monk: Bang. Bang bang. Bang. Bang bang bang bang bang...
Capt. Stottlemeyer: Rapid fire, semi-automatic.
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