Monk (2002–2009)
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Mr. Monk Goes to a Rock Concert 

Monk and Natalie are sidetracked into a homicide investigation at a local music festival when a roadie turns up dead, due to a suspected overdose.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kris Kedder
Kendra Frank
Benita Telles ...
Annie (as Benita Marti)
Craig Figueiredo ...
Security Officer (as Craig 'Fig' Figueiredo)
Jon Kyle Hansen ...
Cameron Bunce ...
Guy Freak (as Cameron Carter)
Cameron Carter ...
Guy Freak
Hal Havins ...
Maintenance Guy
Red Cross Volunteer


Greg 'Stork' Murray (Terry Fradet) is an aspiring songwriter who works for the rock band Trafalgar as a roadie, and, thanks to his girlfriend Kendra Frank (Tamara Feldman), is a recovered drug addict. He has written a song about his ex-wife and daughter, called "Peggy's Gone to Memphis", and to help him jumpstart a new career, he agreed to have singer Kris Kedder (Brad Hunt) take co-credit for the song. But the night before the San Francisco Band Jam rock concert, Stork is furious to find on the latest album that Kedder has taken all of the credit for "Peggy's Gone to Memphis," and confronts him. Rather than have his career be tarnished, Kedder smashes a beer bottle over Stork's head, injects him with a lethal dose of heroin, and stuffs him into a port-a-potty. The next day, Monk and Natalie discover the body while attending the concert to search for Captain Stottlemeyer's runaway son Jared (Monk unintentionally because he misinterpreted the phrase "rock show" to mean "geology exhibit... Written by dmcreif

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery



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25 August 2006 (USA)  »

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The bands Novillero, Munkafest, and Trusty all appear as themselves. See more »


As Monk and Natalie are walking past a row of five outhouses, Natalie's purse is on her right elbow. When they are looking at Stork's body a few seconds later, it's on her shoulder again. See more »


Adrian Monk: [attempting to make an announcement from the stage] I know. It's true, I am a straight. But I have a dream. A dream that someday, all the hippies and all the straights will live together side by side... not too close, you know, because of the smell...
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Referenced in Monk: Mr. Monk's Favorite Show (2009) See more »

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Rock Star ignored??
27 August 2006 | by (Las Vegas) – See all my reviews

This was one of the weakest episodes I've seen of this season. One thing way off the reality target in this episode was the Rock Star wandering through the crowds of fans totally ignored... When he was on stage kids were calling him a god, yet, when he was chasing after the beach ball he was just one of the crowd that no one paid attention to..In perspective, I doubt Ozzy would be able to amble through the crowds at Ozzfest and have not be mobbed. Also, the scene where Monk's in the port-a-potty and thinks it's a phone booth...funny, but the Monk character is very sharp and observant, not a simpleton who would wander into a toilet thinking it's a phone booth. When the Captain calls Randy on his cellphone during the concert, that was the only peak moment. Just my opinion.

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