Monk: Season 8, Episode 15

Mr. Monk and the End: Part 1 (27 Nov. 2009)

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An investigation draws Monk back to the place where he first heard about Trudy's murder - but his fate has been unfortunately sealed as he retraces his steps on that fateful day.

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An investigation draws Monk back to the place where he first heard about Trudy's murder - but his fate has been unfortunately sealed as he retraces his steps on that fateful day.

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Judge Rickover mentions in Part II that he is a federal judge. There is also a mention of the fact that he is on the Court of Appeals. However, Captain Stottlemeyer has the judge sign off on a search warrant. First, a federal judge would not sign a search warrant for a local homicide investigation. A state judge would take that role. Second, a Court of Appeals judge, state or federal, would never be in a position to sign search warrants. See more »

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Trudy
5 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not exactly the greatest series finale in history -- that honor is split between the finales of MASH and the second Bob Newhart show, the one set in a hotel -- but it does tie up many loose ends. In a slightly revised version of the Monk history, we see his final moments with Trudy and then years later, he is brought back to the very spot where he first got word of her death. There is a dead doctor (Ed Begley Jr.) this time around, and his death appears tied to Trudy's in some way. Trudy's killer is introduced early in the episode, and no effort is made to hide his identity. It is up to Monk to put the pieces together, not us. Dale the Whale practically told Monk who her killer was years ago, remember? Monk gets poisoned, by the way. Again, not exactly the best finale I have ever seen, but we do get to see where everybody is going. And remember, this is just the first of two parts, so it leaves us hanging.


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