Monk (2002–2009)
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Mr. Monk Is on the Air 

Monk and Natalie take on a very popular shock jock after his sister-in-law suspects that the jock is responsible for killing his wife. But the jockey has an airtight alibi.

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Max Hudson
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Little Willie Karelli
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JJ the Joke Machine (as Kevin Farley)
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Storyline

When popular radio shock jock Max Hudson's wife Jeanette dies from carbon monoxide poisoning during a nap, it is dismissed as an accident. But Jeanette's sister believes she was murdered, and turns to Monk for help. Monk and Natalie agree with the sister that Max killed Jeanette, but there's a problem: Max was live on the air doing his show when she died. Written by dmcreif

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Trivia

The guest star, Steven Weber, played Brian Michael Hackett on the 1990's show "Wings," which Tony Shaloub was also on. He was the co-owner of the Cape Cod airport and brother of Joe Hackett, played by Tim Daly, who was also a guest star in "Monk." See more »

Goofs

After the security guard and gas man enter the house, the gas man shuts the front door behind them. A real gas man would leave the door open to provide ventilation. See more »

Quotes

Linda Riggs: I'm sorry to bother you at home. I read about you on the internet and I looked up your address and... I don't know where else to go.
[sobs]
Adrian Monk: I'm on the internet?
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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