When Natalie is contacted by Mitch's old friend to investigate a suspicious suicide on a submarine, Natalie jumps at the opportunity and enlists Monk's help. However, things get complicated when the submarine heads off on a mission... with Natalie and Monk still on board. Monk must battle his phobias and stay focused to catch a murderer who is well within their reach. Written by
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While Monk is talking to Lieutenant Disher, Monk says that he's on a submarine, "relative bearing two-five-niner". He means absolute bearing, heading, or course. The direction the sub is traveling is always relative bearing zero, by definition. Relative bearings are used to locate other items in relation to the sub. See more
Commander Nathan Whitaker
When I'm on land, I am a decorated officer of the United States Navy. When I'm on this ship, I am the lord, THY GOD! I am Jehovah! No one questions me! Now I've asked around. I know about your problems. You are having a breakdown, sir. It happens on submarines all the time to men far better than you. You are *delusional*.
I have my share of problems, I don't deny it. But when I'm on this case, the last thing I am is delusional.
[turns to an imaginary Dr. Bell
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