Monk: Season 5, Episode 3

Mr. Monk and the Big Game (21 Jul. 2006)

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Monk coaches basketball while trying to solve a murder case.

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Coach Hayden
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Principal Franklin
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Julie plays on her high school basketball team, and she and her teammates are coached by the popular Lynn Hayden. However, following a practice a week prior to the high school basketball championships, Coach Hayden is electrocuted after taking a shower. The police want to say it is an accident, but Julie and her teammates are suspicious and ask Monk to investigate. Written by dmcreif

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Jennifer Lawrence plays the role of the mascot in Monk and the Big Game in season 5. See more »

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Julie's principal is seen holding a packet of reports and places them on her desk (back shot). In the next scene they are seen back in her arms (front shot). The next scene they are back on the desk (back shot) and the following front shot the papers are back in her arms. See more »

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Principal Franklin: Yes, Mr. Monk we met last year, at the career day. How have you been?
Adrian Monk: The same.
Principal Franklin: Well, I'm sorry to hear that.
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simply terrific
10 October 2006 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

I started watching Monk not long ago, through cable TV. At first I was just amazed watching the main character do strange things. Then I couldn't stop watching the movies because it is the only TV show that really, really, really makes me laugh. At every show I get anxious to see what "comes next" when it comes to Monk's behavior. I think one of the most hilarious act was to see Monk ironing his shoelaces in the episode where he plays his assistant's assistant at a basketball game ! that was really funny ! I would like to compliment Mr. Jack Bernstein. I admire his ideas of acts one has never heard of ! Also, a special compliment goes to Mr. Shalhoub. He is the right guy to play that role, no doubt about it.


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