Monk is blinded by a murderer at a fire station, and then must help find him using his other senses.
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The paint scheme of the fire engines in this episode is fictional. These engines have the words "Fire Rescue" printed onto the sides of the vehicles in italic font, with the word "Fire" being printed in the same font just behind the rear wheels. Real SFFD livery does not feature this, although the words appear in different locations on the vehicles. The SFFD seal on the cab of the engine (seen when Natalie walks into the firehouse) has a font and style matching the real logo, but the text beneath the seal should denote the vehicle's status as an Engine Company or a Ladder Company. See more
When the fire engine is leaving the firehouse, and when it passes Eddie Murdoch on the street, it is obvious that it is a standard pumper engine. Yet, when it is seen parked outside Stefanie Preston's house in the summation, it clearly appears to be a vehicle of a different model. See more
This is Adrian... Monk. Thank you for calling my new answering machine. When you hear the beep noise please speak into the telephone receiver, and leave a message which I will play back and listen to later. This is the end of the message. And here is the beep I was talking about.
, who plays the sensitivity trainer, was a production assistant and assistant producer for the series. See more
References Dead Man Walking