Monk is desperate to keep the parking garage where Trudy was murdered so many years ago from being demolished for a playground which has huge citywide support. He thinks he has a councilwoman behind his efforts but when she suddenly vanishes, he must deal with a ditsy assistant to the councilwoman. When a vacationing couple turn up dead, Monk begins to think their murders have to do with the missing councilwoman. But do they? And is Tudy's place of murder a rightful reason to stop a good community development project for neighborhood children? Written by
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While chained to the parking garage, Monk tells Councilwoman Hill that he had attended the City Council vote that had condemned the garage. Four days later, when he is in City Hall for the re-vote with Natalie, neither of them know where City Council meetings are held. See more
Eileen Hill was a well educated, professional woman. She was an adult. This woman
[pointing to Maria Scheter
on the other hand is a dolt! Adult - dolt - adult - dolt - adult -dolt - adult - dolt...
[sideways to Monk
Mr. Monk she is right here!
She knows she's an idiot. She can't even answer a phone. Have you ever tried talking to her? It's torture. Question: why would Eileen hire a moron like that?