Monk deals with leprosy on two fronts as he's called to testify that a leper is indeed alive so that his money isn't given away.
Did You Know?
On its original airing, this episode was presented first in black & white and then in color. USA Network then held an on-line poll for viewers to indicate which version they preferred. The episode opened with Tony Shalhoub
providing an intro from the set about how it would be airing in black & white. It closed with Ted Levine
and Jason Gray-Stanford
introducing the color version, with Ted insisting it was better in color and Jason preferring to agree with Tony. See more
When Randy is looking at Steiner's appointment book he notes that last New Year's Eve, Steiner played a private party for Mandy Bronson. December 31, 2005 was a Saturday, but the book shows it as a Sunday. Obviously this is a 2006 appointment book. See more
[Adrian and Natalie are breaking into a mansion. They have put up a ladder against the wall. Adrian is urging Nathalie to climb up
Hurry! What are you waiting for? Go!
[climbs the ladder and lands on the other side of the wall
Okay. You're next!
[feeling the ladder
No, no, it's... eh... it's wobbly. Somebody has to hold it.
Mr. Monk I can't come back. I'm already over!
Well, it's too wobbly! Look! It's all wobbly! I can't climb this! Why is it so wobbly?
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