Monk: Season 6, Episode 15

Mr. Monk Is on the Run: Part 1 (15 Feb. 2008)

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Monk is charged with the murder of the man who killed Trudy, and manages to escape custody in order to figure out what really happened.

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Monk is charged with the murder of the man who killed Trudy, and manages to escape custody in order to figure out what really happened.

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The uniform that Natalie has in the hanger bag has captain's rank, 4 stripes, on the sleeves. The uniform Monk is then seen wearing has 2 1/2 stripes, a Lt. Commander's rank. The store clerk, however, still addresses Monk as "Captain Teeger". See more »

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Adrian Monk: I didn't shoot him. He was my only lead. I'd have to be crazy!
Sheriff Rollins: Yeah, well, if "I'd have to be crazy" was a valid defense, we could rent our jails out for birthday parties.
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Homage rather than theft
1 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I found the plot of this episode to contain more homage than theft. I am most familiar with "The Fugitive," so I'll limit my references to the similarities between "Monk" and "Fugitive": Sheriff Rawlins is what Gerrard mistakenly calls the Sheriff on the scene of the train wreck in the movie and the sheriff in "Monk" is named Rawlins; the flight through the woods was similar in both works; the search perimeter set up in both works is the same; the similarities between the searches demanded by Rawlins and Gerrard are evident ("every dog house, hen house. . ." "every tricycle . . ."); the request for a helicopter sounds similar in both pieces; the exhortation to search hospitals sounds similar in both as well. I've only seen this episode once, so I can't add more, but view the shared material as something that the writers did for fun rather than out of laziness.


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