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 »


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[while Stottlemeyer and Monk question Harold Krenshaw, Stottlemeyer takes a bite of a coconut donut]
Harold Krenshaw: Now you have to eat a sugar one.
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: Don't want a sugar one.
Adrian Monk: Then you could take three more coconuts and two chocolate.
Harold Krenshaw: Or two coconuts and two glazed.
Adrian Monk: Or he could just eat all of them. That would be easier.
Harold Krenshaw: That's a good idea.
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: Or, I can do this.
[takes the box, mashes it, then folds it in half, and pokes a hole in the middle]
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: There. Now there's *one* donut. One big damn donut.
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