Monk: Season 7, Episode 11

Mr. Monk on Wheels (16 Jan. 2009)

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Monk makes Natalie's life miserable after he's shot trying to solve a case she asked him to take as a favor.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Dean Berry
Sarah Longson
Ronnie O'Dell
Vince Kuramoto
John Kuramoto
Dr. Levinson


When Natalie inadvertently helps someone who is stealing a bike, she promises the owner she will find it. So, she makes Monk help her. While tracking down the thief, Monk is shot in the leg. He then has to go around in a wheelchair and he makes Natalie push him around which drives her to the breaking point. Later the man who stole the bike is found dead. Written by

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In the episode "Mr. Monk Goes to the Asylum" it is stated that he is allergic to tomatoes, but in this episode we see him eat one. See more »


Dean Berry: [examines his genetically altered seeds] Germination complete. That is our best time yet, and that, boys and girls, is how you feed four billion people.
[looks up and turns to Sarah, Monk and Natalie]
Dean Berry: We're in business. Call our investors, tell them to bring their checkbooks.
Sarah Longson: I'll set it up for Friday. Dean, this is Adrian Monk and I believe you remember Natalie Teeger?
Dean Berry: Ah, yes! The woman who stole my bike.
Natalie Teeger: I didn't steal it!
Dean Berry: That's right. I believe "aided and abetted" is the correct term.
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17 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Monk gets shot pursuing a bicycle thief, and proceeds to make Natalie's life miserable as he sits and whines in a wheelchair and makes her his virtual slave. The whys and wherefores of the stolen bicycle are what make up the mystery, but it is Monk in his wheelchair that livens up the proceedings. At one point, Natalie is pushing Monk up a typical steep San Fran hill (for no apparent reason, as we kept wondering where her car was), only to have him accidentally roll backward down the hill when she is momentarily distracted. Watching Captain S. manhandle Monk in and out of the wheelchair on two occasions is another high point. Shalhoub also has some funny slapstick bits with his leg all bandaged up, particularly when he tries to exit a car and later tries to steer a motorized wheelchair around a glass-filled laboratory. If you don't usually watch this show, you are likely to find Monk a bit off-putting in his attitude toward Natalie.

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