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Monk is blinded by a murderer at a fire station, and then must help find him using his other senses.
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This episode is an adaptation of Lee Goldberg's original tie-in novel 'Mr. Monk Goes to The Firehouse'. See more
During the alleyway scene, Stottlemeyer says that the house that burned down was just around the corner from the alleyway where Jake Colbert said he found the fireman's coat and helmet. Earlier, Stottlemeyer mentioned that the alley was in the Tenderloin district of downtown San Francisco. In the Tenderloin, there are SROs, not nice homes as shown in the episode. Similarly, the architecture of the buildings around the firehouse is not of a type seen in the Tenderloin. From the design of the building and the power lines around, the firehouse could more easily be placed in a different part of San Francisco, like the Sunset District. See more
[first lines; Rusty delivers lunch to his crew at Fire Company 53
All right, gentlemen. Here they are. Get 'em while they're warm.
Hey Rusty, what's in these? In case my doctor needs to know.
Let me tell you wise guys something: when I was on payroll, we *respected* our elders. I come in here, I volunteer, do I get a "Thank you, Rusty?" No, I get jokes! And they aren't even funny jokes! They're old and stale.
Come on Rusty, we all love you! You know that. Look, I'm eating one!
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, who plays the sensitivity trainer, was a production assistant and assistant producer for the series. See more
References Dead Man Walking