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Mr. Monk and the Voodoo Curse 

Natalie displays surprising superstition when Monk consults on a case that involves Voodoo. Unfortunately her uneasiness turns to terror when the killer targets her.


(as Andrei Belgrader)



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Reverend Hadley Jorgensen (as Meat Loaf Aday)
Angeline Dilworth
Coach Chauncey
Sgt. Steiner
Female Customer
Anne Bellamy ...
Martha Murphy
David Gore ...
Petey Cunningham
David Grieco ...
Miss Ayida


An elderly woman is out power-walking past a little league baseball field when a stray baseball hits her on the forehead, killing her. A few days later, some of her relatives go to her house to pick up her belongings, and find a voodoo doll sitting in a box that appeared to predict her death. Monk is brought in to investigate the case. But as other voodoo dolls arrive, seemingly predicting two more deaths, he finds that Natalie is afraid of voodoo due to an incident in her past, which comes to light after the person making the dolls sends one to Natalie predicting that she will be decapitated. Written by dmcreif

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery






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25 September 2009 (USA)  »

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Natalie claims she believes in voodoo after an incident with Mitch. In S6E08 ("Mr. Monk and the Wrong Man"), after Monk says he can feel the tattooed knife going into his head like voodoo she says "There's no such thing." See more »


Adrian Monk: We live in the real world! It is governed by science, physics, laws of nature. There is always, *always* a non-voodoo explanation for everything.
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Spoofs The Exorcist (1973) See more »

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26 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

People are being killed and voodoo dolls are showing up. Natalie takes this to heart especially after she receives a voodoo doll with its head cut off. Monk of course is not buying voodoo as the cause of the string of crazy deaths, but nothing he says or does helps allay Natalie's fears. The episode and its resolution are pretty far-fetched, but it is fun to see Meatloaf pop up as a sort of shaman or exorcist who is brought in by Monk to help Natalie. Watch Monk as Meatloaf blows "magic" dust into the air and later as Monk, at Meatloaf's behest, superglues the Natalie's voodoo doll's head back on. That scene is absolutely priceless.

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