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    Monk

    Once again another show I love this show is also funny and I enjoy it very much
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    I also enjoy watching the show Monk.

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    Lol yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    Another programme we have here on BBC. Nice theme tune, light hearted in general. I remember 1 episode involving a crooked magician.
    Did Jonathon Creek help Monk solve it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    Another programme we have here on BBC. Nice theme tune, light hearted in general. I remember 1 episode involving a crooked magician.
    Off the top of my head I can't remember that episode but when I rewatch it after I finish rewatching X-Files I'll probably remember it
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    Hilarious!... I love when he gets stuck in a predicament and his assistant isn't there to help him. Haha.
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    I remember now! The magician was Nigel from Crossing Jordan and he kills Monks friend/upstairs neighbor for finding out something I can't remember what it was he found out
    Last edited by TeddyBear; 02-21-2011 at 01:16 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadingSunshine View Post
    I remember now! The magician was Nigel from Crossing Jordan and he kills Monks friend/upstairs neighbor for finding out something I can't remember what it was he found out

    If memory serves me correct the magician was smuggling things in the secret panels of his trip. They checked the weight of the illusions when they borded the plane and they checked the weight when they were loaded on the flight back and they were alot heavier.
    You may be confused by my explination but you'll thank me later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerseysucks View Post
    If memory serves me correct the magician was smuggling things in the secret panels of his trip. They checked the weight of the illusions when they borded the plane and they checked the weight when they were loaded on the flight back and they were alot heavier.
    You may be confused by my explination but you'll thank me later.
    No I understand I remember now he was smuggling drugs I believe
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadingSunshine View Post
    No I understand I remember now he was smuggling drugs I believe
    And you didn't even thank me for giving you the answer.
    You'll thank me later. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerseysucks View Post
    And you didn't even thank me for giving you the answer.
    You'll thank me later. :P
    Whoops! Sorry! Thank you!
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    I'm glad nobody gave me a (((HUG))) because...WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerseysucks View Post
    I'm glad nobody gave me a (((HUG))) because...WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE.
    LOL!
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    I am a TV hound and I have to say that the Monk series finale was one of the best finales. I wonder if they rewrote the script 10 times before they got it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerseysucks View Post
    I am a TV hound and I have to say that the Monk series finale was one of the best finales. I wonder if they rewrote the script 10 times before they got it right.
    I have to agree with you on that one it was the best finale that I've ever seen even though it was happy/sad and did bring tears to my eyes maybe it didn't take 10 times to write? Maybe the paths for each character left was easy to figure out? I don't know I don't know if anyone will ever know unless someone knows or is related to one of the writers of the show
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    Loved that show. Reminded me of the old NBC Mystery Series show Colombo where they would show you the crime at the beginning and the fun was watching Columbo solve it. I always loved when Monk got to..."Here's what happened..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by homesgirl View Post
    Loved that show. Reminded me of the old NBC Mystery Series show Colombo where they would show you the crime at the beginning and the fun was watching Columbo solve it. I always loved when Monk got to..."Here's what happened..."
    Lol so do I!
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    Quote Originally Posted by homesgirl View Post
    Loved that show. Reminded me of the old NBC Mystery Series show Colombo where they would show you the crime at the beginning and the fun was watching Columbo solve it. I always loved when Monk got to..."Here's what happened..."

    Here's the thing.
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    I'm pretty sure it was "Here's What Happend"
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    I just started watching Monk over from the beginning the last night and I never noticed how young they all look in Season One, or if I ever did think it I don't remember that I did
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    Quote Originally Posted by orionova View Post
    Did Jonathon Creek help Monk solve it?
    True, what about the murder of his wife?
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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