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 tied up at the parkade, he talks to the councilwoman and the votes that put the go ahead to tear it down. Monk said he was at the council meeting. When Monk goes there for another meeting, he says he doesn't know where they are held. See more
Lt. Randall Disher
[Eating a hot dog
What's that, beef or pork?
We use "meat".
[Makes 'air quotes' with his fingers when he says "meat"
Wh- why do you say it like that?
We are required by law to put it in quotes.