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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When Monk is shown in the parking garage right before it is to be destroyed, there is a fire extinguisher in the background. The fire extinguisher and the case it is in, would have been removed before the garage would have been destroyed. 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?