Monk: Season 6, Episode 12

Mr. Monk Goes to the Bank (18 Jan. 2008)

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When Monk's bank is robbed, he's desperate to help with the investigation; when Captain Stottlemeyer won't let him, Monk takes up an unusual position at the bank.

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When Monk's bank is robbed, he's desperate to help with the investigation; when Captain Stottlemeyer won't let him, Monk takes up an unusual position at the bank.

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When Randy is practicing being a living statue in the police station, his thumbs alternate between being down and being raised. In addition, he starts with his arms loose, but when Natalie jumps on him he is holding his jacket in his hands. See more »

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Tiny Werner: [on the subject of some jewelry that Peter Crawley sold to him] He said this belonged to his grandmother.
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One of the most fun episodes in the entire series.
8 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Some people are never satisfied. It's too humid today, my back hurts, there's too much sex and violence on TV, kids don't respect their elders any more. And any deviations or changes in a favorite series are met with hostility. These people are on a constant, vigilant search for any opportunity to show the world that said series is simply no longer up to their demanding standards of excellence. These people contrive to place themselves in a special position of superiority and manage to feel like John Simon or Pauline Kael in the process. Of course Stottlemeyer and Disher are no longer hostile to Monk: their friendship has deepened over the course of six seasons. After six seasons Monk is still the best show on TV, superior, in fact, to the first two-and-a-half seasons with the obnoxious Sharona -- and "Mr. Monk Goes to the Bank" is one of the most fun episodes in the entire series.


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