Monk, NBC Universal Television ; written by Andy Breckman [and others] ; produced by Philip M. Goldfarb [and others] ; director, Randall Zisk, Season three
The work Monk, NBC Universal Television ; written by Andy Breckman [and others] ; produced by Philip M. Goldfarb [and others] ; director, Randall Zisk, Season three represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Dallas Public Library.

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  • Monk, NBC Universal Television ; written by Andy Breckman [and others] ; produced by Philip M. Goldfarb [and others] ; director, Randall Zisk, Season three
Main title
  • Monk
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  • NBC Universal Television ; written by Andy Breckman [and others] ; produced by Philip M. Goldfarb [and others] ; director, Randall Zisk
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Rejoin Adrian Monk, the defective detective, who must overcome his obsessive-compulsive disorder and investigate the death of his wife, Trudy. Still hoping to be reinstated in the San Francisco Police Department, Monk continues to use his sharp intelligence, photographic memory and ever-present hand wipes to solve even the dirtiest cases. At his side are Captain Stottlemeyer, Lieutenant Disher, Sharona Fleming and newcomer Natalie Teeger, and together they take on some daunting opponents, including the Mafia, the FBI and a possibly murderous chimpanzee
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  • MPAA rating: Not rated
OCLC Number
  • 811026724
Runtime
  • 693
Technique
  • live action
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