Monk (2002–2009)
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Mr. Monk and the Kid 

A severed finger turns up in the park, and Monk's only source of information is the two-year-old boy who found the finger.

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(as Andrei Belgrader)

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Cast

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Mrs. Abigail Carlyle
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Janet Novak
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Jacob Carlyle (as Michael Goorjian)
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Treesa Crane
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911 Operator
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Diner Waitress
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Raymond Novak
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Tommy Grazer
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Tommy Grazer
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A severed finger turns up in the park, and Monk's only source of information is the two-year-old boy who found the finger.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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4 March 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Astro Family Restaurant Coffee Shop's address is 2300 Fletcher Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90039, far away from San Francisco. See more »

Goofs

A human finger is found by the little boy. When the policeman checks it out, a black rod can be seen at the base of the finger. See more »

Quotes

Adrian Monk: I mean, he could do alot worse than me for a father. What if he were adopted by... wolves?
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References Fight Club (1999) See more »

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Amazing!
10 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode shows the magic of TV. Such a sweet story about Monk and the kid who melts his heart and helps him in becoming more human. The little boy is precious. It's a classic! A different feel from the usual Monk episode with less police interaction and more personal elements. It's a gem. Also a little Trivia: Tony Shalhoub's wife plays the mother of the kidnapped violin player. The last scene will absolutely tear your heart out. This episode could be used as a sort of litmus test to sort out humans from hard-hearted people incapable of love or empathy. I almost fell off the couch during the 911 call scene. It's one I could watch over and over. Enjoy!


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