A panicky woman driver goes off the road thanks to a skid block placed by her husband, former police commissioner Harry Ashcombe. The next morning Dolly Flint, a psychic on first name terms with Captain Stottlemeyer (who has arrested her three times on bunko charges) wakes up in her car next to the site of the staged accident. Dolly insists that she was led to the site by the dead woman's "aura," but Monk is suspicious. At the memorial service held in the dead woman's expensive home, Monk figures out what the audience already knows--that Ashcombe is the murderer. With the aid of Ashcombe's mistress, Monk, the captain, and Dolly stage a psychic "reading" to catch the killer. Written by
Did You Know?
The word Captain Stottlemeyer is most likely trying to pronounce when he is describing the psychic's sleepwalking is, somnambulism; a sleep disorder belonging to the parasomnia family. Also, another name for sleepwalking. See more
At minute 30:23 a blue car passes behind the man Monk is questioning. Then 10 seconds later at 30:33 the same blue car goes by again. See more
Look, I knew you were crazy. I didn't know you were suicidal. Did you accuse Harry Ashcombe of murder to his face?
Not in so many words.
Well, there goes your career!
Exactly! You wonder why you're not wearing a badge?
References Law & Order