Monk: Season 7, Episode 8

Mr. Monk Gets Hypnotized (12 Sep. 2008)

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Monk's hypnotic regression to his childhood begins to affect the case on which he's consulting - an actress who's disappeared, and the holes in her story when she's found after a deadly escape.

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Monk runs into Harold Krenshaw and appears to be better. He tells Monk he went to a hypnotherapist. Monk goes to see the man and hypnotizes Monk. When awaken Monk is acting like a kid cause that's when Monk was asked was the happiest time of his life. Now Monk is acting like a kid while investigating the disappearance of a woman who returns shortly after her husband was killed. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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The line "jump and a net will appear" that was used by the hypnotherapist was taken from an earlier episode in season 5: Episode 5 - Mr Monk, Private Eye. It was a quote from Natalie's grandfather and founder of the Davenport Toothpaste company. See more »

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In the scene with the double rainbows, Natalie gets out of the car and points out the rainbows to Monk. Her shadow is clearly visible, and she is pointing in the approximate direction of the sun. Rainbows can only be seen when the viewer's back is to the sun, so she should have been pointing in the direction of her shadow. There would have been no rainbow visible in the direction Natalie was pointing. See more »

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Adrian Monk: Are you over, or under 100?
Doris: I'm fifty-seven.
Adrian Monk: Fifty-seven? Wow, fifty seven... So you're getting pretty up there.
Doris: Well, I wouldn't say that...
Adrian Monk: I would.
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References Stark Raving Mad: The Hypnotist (2000) See more »

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16 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Playing on a variation from a much earlier episode, HYPNOTIZED has Monk deciding to undergo hypnosis to rid him of his problems. The only problem is, the hypnotherapist Monk sees regresses the defective detective to about age 8. And Monk starts acting accordingly. He still manages to solve a murder case, however. Some of the silliness is OK. It's funny, for instance, when Monk shouts "You're a liar. Liar, liar, pants on fire!" at the wife of the man who was killed. There's also a very poignant moment where Monk swings on a park swing amid a bunch of kids, who are quickly rushed away by their alarmed parents. It doesn't help, of course, that Monk knocks one of the kids down in his rush to grab a swing. Monk does make a new friend: a bullfrog, which he keeps in a shoe box. So long for now, Mr. Monk. See you next season.


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