Sports agent Rob Sherman hires a career burglar, Dewey Jordan, to "burglarize" his house as part of an insurance scam, which turns out to be his cover up for a murder. As soon as Dewey enters the house, Sherman shoots him dead with one gun. When his wife comes downstairs to investigate the noise, Sherman shoots her with another gun, which he plants in Dewey's hand to frame the 'burglar' for the second murder. Monk is brought in to investigate, and immediately suspects Sherman, but Sherman has covered his tracks very well. Meanwhile, Natalie's daughter Julie is having relationship problems with her boyfriend Tim Sussman when she starts seeing a quarterback named Clay Bridges. Monk finds that Julie's love life is related to the murders. Written by
Did You Know?
On one of the walls in Rob Sherman's house are some sport jerseys. The number 21 San Antonio Spurs jersey is Tim Duncan's. The number 3 Denver Nuggets Jersey is Allen Iverson's. Both players have been League MVPs in recent times. See more
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[Monk and Natalie are trying to return ashes to several cremation urns they have accidentally spilled
Wait! What are you doing?
It's not even.
Mr. Monk, those are people. Maybe they weren't the same size.
Well, they are now.
[They finish cleaning up just as Sherman and the funeral director come up
Don't Mean Nothin'
Written by Bob Mair, Nick Vincent and Richard Trapp
Performed by St. John
Courtesy of Black Toast Music See more