Monk: Season 3, Episode 5

Mr. Monk Meets the Godfather (23 Jul. 2004)

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A mob boss needs Monk's help to figure out who murdered some members of the family. Monk reluctantly takes the case when the FBI offers to help get him reinstated in exchange for the information he gathers.

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Salvatore Lucarelli (as Phillip Baker Hall)
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Fat Tony Lucarelli
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Phil Bedard
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Agent Colmes
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A mob boss needs Monk's help to figure out who murdered some members of the family. Monk reluctantly takes the case when the FBI offers to help get him reinstated in exchange for the information he gathers.

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The character of Salvatore Lucarelli reappears in the Lee Goldberg novel 'Mr. Monk and the Dirty Cop'. Lee Goldberg also co-wrote this episode. See more »

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The condition of the fish Sal is chopping up changes from one scene to the next, going from beheaded, to intact, to sliced, etc. See more »

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Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: [walks into the room, speaking to an agent] Hey! I showed them my ID downstairs. I just got to talk to my friend! You reaching for your gun? If you're reaching for your gun, you'd better pull it. Stand aside.
[says hello to Monk, then turns to Colmes]
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: Colmes! What do you think you're doing?
Agent Colmes: This is a federal operation, Captain. You have no business being here.
Captain Leland Stottlemeyer: Well, neither does he. What's going on?
Sharona Fleming: They want Adrian to go undercover in the Lucarelli family.
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Hilarious! One of the best episodes yet!
12 February 2006 | by (here) – See all my reviews

A wonderful Monk episode. Definitely one of my favorites. The actors are amazing. The case captures viewer's attention and holds their attention till the end. Tony Shaloub does a wonderful job as Adrian Monk in this episode. In the episode Monk actually faces a lot of minor problems having to do with his germaphobic behavior and tons of OCD stuff. The character of Randy actually has a girlfriend and no one believes him so we actually learn a bit more about Randy especially when he picks a gum ball up off the ground and Monk's reaction to this. Ted Levine could have had more screen time but overall he did a wonderful job. Bitty Shram did a great job also. Great episode.


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