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Enter to win prizes from USA Network's Emmy Award winning series Monk!


Don't miss the start of the 8th and final season of Monk on USA Network, Friday at 9/8c. Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG award winner Tony Shalhoub returns as the obsessive-compulsive detective Adrian Monk with 16 brand-new laugh-inducing episodes. The final season promises to be a memorable one for all Monk fans. So tune in and watch one of the most successful series in basic cable history give its final farewell. Become a fan on Facebook, Follow Monk on Twitter, and play Monk games on USA's Character Arcade.


Courtesy of Electric Artists, Inc. SideReel has 2 awesome Monk prize packs to give away!









Two Winners will receive:

*Monk Season 6 & 7 DVD

*Monk Novel

*Monk T-shirt

*Monk Commuter Mug


To enter to win, comment on this post describing your favorite episode of Monk over its wonderful 7 seasons so far, or post-premiere, describe a new fav episode from Season 8! The 2 winners will be selected and notified via e-mail on Wednesday, September 2nd. Sorry, but U.S. entrants only can be selected as the winners.


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Comments

| 01:55 EDT, 02 Sep, 2009
The "Garbage Strike" episode, where he sent his garbage to his therapist, was a good one.
| 22:41 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
My favorite is "Mr. Monk and the Paperboy"
| 19:40 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
my favorite was when he had to go and see his brother after so many years it was a great show thanks for the giveawayswps646@aol.com
| 18:53 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
My favorite monk episode ever would be the snoop dog episode it's just funny how snoop was like hit this pipe monk and I really thought if snoop kept presiding him monk would do it but the diamonds for everybody part was a funny part to do after and I liked how they let snoop wrap up the ending was a good twist on how it is and I just love how stoylmeyer knew snoop from his childhood that was funny stoylmeyer is the man
| 18:24 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
I have been absolutely haunted by Mr. Monk is Someone Else. In particular, I love love love him freaking out the big mobster by straightening out his tie. My second favorite moment has to be him cheering the garbage collection men by throwing confetti, and then expecting them to clean it up! I LOVE MONK!
| 16:56 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
loved the episode with little monk
| 15:24 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
I love the one where Mr. Monk is a substitute teacher, I love Monk and I love Andrew McCarthy and both of them together. sweet. Monk has had a lot of great guest appearance I am sad to see it go. .... oh it's actually called Mr Monk goes back to school, grateful for search engines.
| 13:52 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
i have never seen monk :(
| 11:23 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
I'm not great at the details, but I love mr monk and the garbage strike when he gets on the garbage truck and starts throwing the trash bags off to avoid losing evidence.
| 11:18 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
My all time favorite was when Monk was sending garbage to his therapist. That just seemed to fitting
| 09:41 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
My favorite episode is when he goes undercover as the hitman and finds his inner power to intimidate people.
| 09:11 EDT, 01 Sep, 2009
Mr Monk and little Monk was my fave episode!
| 22:29 EDT, 31 Aug, 2009
I liked Mr. Monk Goes Home Again.
| 20:57 EDT, 31 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode was Mr. Monk and Little Monk. funny!
| 20:22 EDT, 31 Aug, 2009
love it when he met his brother and he thought he had eaten a poisened candy bar. Loved the two of them together
| 19:10 EDT, 31 Aug, 2009
Mr. Monk and the Actor theyyyguy@yahoo.com
| 17:45 EDT, 31 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode is Mr.Monk and Little Monk
| 13:28 EDT, 31 Aug, 2009
I loved Mr. Monk goes to Mexico. He wouldn't drink any other water except Sierra Springs (which, of course they didn't have in Mexico.) So Monk refused to drink anything the entire episode.
| 21:28 EDT, 30 Aug, 2009
My fave was big monk, little monk.
| 12:37 EDT, 30 Aug, 2009
When Monk was in the prison and had to hide in the giant dryer
| 11:14 EDT, 29 Aug, 2009
Oh, so many good ones! Naturally, I can't remember the names of the episodes, or which season they were. I really like the one where he and Sharona go to the circus, and Monk doesn't respect Sharona's fears. He tells her to 'suck it up'! and in disgust, she keeps turning it back on him, instead of helping him like she is supposed to. And she also coughs on him! The best one, though, is when someone is trying to get Monk to do something (I don't remember what) he *really* doesn't want to do (duh, like every week?) He says... "um, uh, here's the thing, ...... NO!"I love that!
| 07:45 EDT, 28 Aug, 2009
I have many favorites, but a recent one was from the current season when Monk and Natalie are stranded in the small town and the alien hunters arrive.
| 20:00 EDT, 27 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode would have to be Mr. Monk gets jury duty. When they were calling out names..."Here it comes"......so true to life!!
| 14:43 EDT, 27 Aug, 2009
Monk calls 911 to change a diaper!! It's sooooooo "MONKISH""!!
| 14:36 EDT, 27 Aug, 2009
great show
| 10:11 EDT, 27 Aug, 2009
I love the episode in which the city is tearing down the parking garage where Trudie was killed, and Mr. Monk needs to make peace with it. It actually brought a tear to my eye! Thanks!
| 17:20 EDT, 19 Aug, 2009
My favorite monk episode is "Mr. Monk and Little Monk" jelly15301@gmail.com
| 11:35 EDT, 16 Aug, 2009
I look forward to seeing The resolution to his wifes murder.
| 22:42 EDT, 12 Aug, 2009
I enjoy seeing the softer side of Monk - not yet mentioned - one episode in season 1 is where he meets a lady who resembles his late wife and he starts to fall for her when she becomes a suspect of murders. The two hit it off well - as she was/is married to a OCD man, too and enjoys her time with Monk - it is a "worth watching" episode - wait - they are ALL worth watching.! It is going to be exciting to see how it ends (although the commercials state what is going to happen) - and it will also be a bummer to have it be over. What will be next?
| 15:02 EDT, 11 Aug, 2009
I loved the class reunion show.
| 13:57 EDT, 11 Aug, 2009
love this show
| 22:20 EDT, 10 Aug, 2009
I haven't watched it enough to remember a favorite
| 13:54 EDT, 10 Aug, 2009
I loved "Mr Monk and the Garbage Strike". He was shipping all of his garbage to his shrink and could only solve the case in the clean room. As always he had his famous "I solved the case" grin. Classic!
| 09:12 EDT, 10 Aug, 2009
Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa
| 03:00 EDT, 10 Aug, 2009
Mr Monk and the TV Star, where Sarah Silverman first appears as Marci. She's hilarious and Monk is at his funniest when everyone disagrees with him. The other episodes she was in were great too, but I think my favorite moment ever was in the Astronaut episode, when all the kids are tormenting him with their laser pointers.
| 19:48 EDT, 09 Aug, 2009
i loved the one where monk picked up the garbage. he was so out of his element. it was hilarious and ridiculous all at once
| 13:53 EDT, 09 Aug, 2009
I loved the episode with Monk's brother at Halloween.
| 00:35 EDT, 09 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode is "Mr. Monk and the Kid" when Monk gets temporary custody of a young boy. I loved this episode because it was very emotional and it brought forth a different side of Monk. Monk usually only gets emotional when talking about Trudy, but this time he was able to bond with the child and have an emotional father/son connection with him. It was just so cute seeing Monk play with Tommy and roll around in the grass not even caring that he was getting dirty. This is my favorite moment because it showed that Monk's OCD was really improving. It was just nice to see Monk show more emotion especially since he was able to have the son he and Trudy always wanted.
| 22:54 EDT, 08 Aug, 2009
The garbage strike was definitely the best episode...so many extremes for Monk!
| 15:47 EDT, 08 Aug, 2009
"Mr. Monk Makes the Playoffs" for sure. I loved the end when they sort of played football. You could see the old friendship between Monk and Stottlemeyer shine through. If was like a peek into the old Monk, pre-Trudy's death. It was nice.
| 12:13 EDT, 08 Aug, 2009
"Mr. Monk and little Monk." amazing.
| 02:43 EDT, 08 Aug, 2009
Hmmm - Two come moments come to mind - but sorry not sure on the titles. The ep that Monk makes friends with the older lady and she walks him across the road, and has to remind him to wash his hands. Really love the reunion ep - what was the nickname, Mr Freeze? "Because I was so cool..."
| 20:25 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
So many to pick from, but I really like the episode where he has to work with Marcie, his obsessed fan.
| 19:28 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
Mr. Monk Gets Drunk and Mr. Monk goes to Mexico.
| 18:03 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
I want to win this
| 07:08 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
It's a tie for me...Monk goes to Mexico, He solves an impossible case.Monk takes a flight, where he solves a murder while on an airplane.
| 03:27 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode of Monk is from season 7-- Monk and the Miracle. This was a Christmas episode, and I think it had an amazing combination of comedy, mystery, intrigue, and sincerity. To begin with, the funny parts and one-liners from Monk in the episode demonstrate the excellent writing on the show that has been there throughout its seven seasons. The episode starts with a group of homeless men-- bums as Monk calls them. When they first come into his apartment to request help on a case, Monk is horrified... literally. He tells them to stand on newspapers and "hold it in!"... whatever he thinks "it" may be. He later tells Natalie that they make their own gravy. "What do you mean," she asks...to which he replies "you don't wanna know." It's like, the complete anti-Monk lifestyle, and his terrified expressions and comments are priceless and wonderfully executed by Tony Shalhoub. The second half contains arguably the funniest parts of the episode, as Monk goes into the monastery to talk to Leland-- and also right before this when he implies that he thinks Natalie is going to Hell because she kissed a leper. Anywho, when looking for Leland, he tries... repeatedly... to explain "here's the thing" to one of the brothers in the silent prayer room... and repeatedly gets shushed. But yet he keeps trying. And then upon finding Leland, he uncovers his "bum" and points at it to get the point across to the captain without speaking... and then finally Monk and Natalie chant the "here's what happened" story to him. All wonderful, hilarious classic Monk moments that make me smile. But the comedy is perhaps not what makes me love this episode the most. I think it's a lovely episode because of the heart in it and the Christmas storyline that begins with the sadness of Captain Stotlemeyer over the fact that his relationship with his son is strained during the holiday and his physical ailment of a bad back... basically everything is going wrong for him during Christmas... until he gets healed, seemingly by the fountain at the monastery and God. Even though the healing fountain ends up being a sham to cover up a murder, I love the fact that the hope or belief that miracles can happen does not completely fade by the end of the episode. We are left with having felt that hope, and I think it points to the realization that even though this one in particular may not have been true, we all want to believe in miracles. We need them to be true. Even though Stottlemeyer knows it's a hoax at the conclusion, he tells Randy he isn't sorry for what happened... for his renewed faith or belief. "It felt real. It felt great," he says. And he decides to make things right with his son. At the very end, Monk goes back to the "healing" fountain alone and takes some water, but doesn't actually drink it, but rather just stares at the fountain. Even though Monk has light-heartedly shrugged off all faith and a need for belief the entire episode to Natalie, at the end he goes back to the fountain and has such a sad, heartbreaking look on his face. After everything he's been through, he too wants to believe in something... That he can change, be healed.. that he'll get to see Trudy again someday. Even though he may not be able to take that leap yet, I think this episode encompasses that Christmas spirit and desire to believe in something better... and I think the episode plays on that longing most of us have deep down, especially at that time of year. I think it's beautiful. A great Christmas episode that was touching, heart-breaking at times, heart-warming at times, and as always, brilliantly comedic and classic Monk.
| 01:06 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
I MAKE MONK LOOK SLOPPY
| 00:29 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
It's hard to choose just one, but I thought Mr. Monk's 100th Case was clever.I also liked Mr. Monk and the Astronaut--Jeffrey Donovan pre-Michael Weston and a very, very bad guy.
| 00:16 EDT, 07 Aug, 2009
My favorite monk episode is "Mr. Monk and Little Monk"I loved how he was OCD even when he was little :)
| 20:10 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
By far my favorite is Little Monk. I cried at the end of the show when they parted.
| 17:56 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
monk with the actor made my day
| 14:40 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
Mr Monk and the Naked Man
| 12:53 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
I think Mr. Monk Paints his Masterpiece is my favorite because I am an artist myself, so I really got a kick out of it!
| 12:44 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
No doubt, the best episode is the one with the garbage strike. (Don't recall the name). There are so many great scenes of Monk pushed to his absolute peak. Telling the mayor that they need to move everyone out of the city so they can burn it to the ground, Monk picking up the garbage himself and saying he intends to drive the full trucks into the bay, his theory that Alice Cooper killed the union boss so he could steal his fancy chair (even though it wasn't stolen) and of course Monk mailling his garbage to Dr. Kroeger's house (and double of course Kroeger's reaction: "It's upsetting my family, and I want it to stop!).Fried gold, right there.
| 12:18 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
I have never seen Monk (we don't have cable), but I am Tony Shalhoub's biggest fan. I have all eight seasons of Wings on DVD and he was my favorite part of the show. I would love to see Monk and see what all the buzz is about.
| 11:40 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa - the cat lady from The Office is on the show, and she poisons a detective. Mr. Monk has to play Santa!
| 07:32 EDT, 06 Aug, 2009
my favorite eipisode will be the last one to see how it all ends.
| 23:43 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode of Monk so far was Mr. Monk's 100th Case. It was interesting seeing him solve the case both on "In Focus", and while watching the news show.
| 23:21 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode of Monk was actually introduced to me by my boyfriend. The episode was Mr. Monk and the kid. It has all the elements of the usual Monk episodes but on this one it just shows how Monk really wants to be normal and that having the kid mimicking him, he realized more how alone he was and how he want someone to be with him. It is also a very touching episode because even though he wanted to keep the kid he eventually let him be with the right parents. One of the things that he said "let him be dirty" implying that the kid should experience what other kids should experience. In the end he love the kid so much that he never wanted him to turn out exactly like him.
| 22:04 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
Mr Monk and the Panic Room. Monk and a chimp? Hilarity ensues. Lt. Randall Disher: What if Ian Blackburn trained the chimpanzee to shoot him in the back?Adrian Monk: Why would he do that?Lt. Randall Disher: So his wife could collect the insurance. Thus, suicide by monkey.Sharona Fleming: Thus, theory by monkey.
| 21:29 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
I love "Mr. Monk Paints His Masterpiece" how he tries to paint the banana can't, so Natalie smashes the thing. He totally has issues and no one will tell him how terrible he is. The lines that came out were hilarious. Over all I think it was funny to see monk trying to be well monk with a messy thing like art... Disher: (about Monk's painting of Natalie) Who is that, Jimmy Buffet?Stottlemeyer: I think it's Miss Piggy
| 21:16 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
My favorite Monk episode has to be: "MR MONK AND THE KID"; while it didn't have a murder, it showed Monk on a different level and was funny in the meantime. After that "GARBAGE STRIKE" and "AIRPLANE" round out the top three. Let's see if season 8 can add an episode to that list!
| 20:28 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode is "Mr.Monk and Little Monk" I <3 how he had to call 911 on how to change the Diaper, lol "Sir, is it number 1 or 2? Monk says "omigod, it's number 3!! AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH"!!! lol it so funny
| 20:13 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
The lottery episode
| 19:51 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
My favorite episode either has to be the one where Monk goes underwater and is stuck in the sub or the lottery episode where Natalie is hired to draw the numbers
| 19:13 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
One of my favorite Monk episodes is "Mr Monk and Little Monk" .. there were many touching AND funny moments in it. Monk calling 911 to get assistance with changing a dirty diaper .. I laugh every time I see that scene.
| 19:05 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
Mr. Monk and the Actor is a favorite of mine. Slowly having his life taken over. Very funny.Will sorely miss Monk.
| 18:58 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
Two favorites in one season -- don't remember which season or the show titles, but one was where the killer buried Monk and the other was where Monk turned a little boy into mini-Monk. They had their funny moments, but also touching moments that showed Monk's heart. Trudy's ghost saved Monk as he was suffocating underground, and she willed him to return to those who were digging him out although he didn't want to leave her. And Monk read a story to the sleeping mini-Monk that explained how he solved the case, but also how he couldn't care for the boy because he could hardly care for himself. Happy and sad at the same time. Bittersweet, just like life.
| 18:50 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
I liked Mr. Monk and the Rapper. Snoop's "It's a Jungle Out There" was awesome!
| 18:49 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
My all time favorite was when Monk was sending garbage to his therapist. I don't know why, but I laughed till I hurt. The ultimate in OCD. I also enjoy the way he makes his sandwhiches just perfect. Very funny!
| 18:06 EDT, 05 Aug, 2009
my favorite Episode is Mr. Monk is Underwater. In this ep Monk's fears go to a whole new level. As Monk is trying to solve a case in a submarine he constantly talks to his psychiatrist, who is actually a figment of his imagination. He battles his fears of water, and clostophobia, And he still finds time to solve a murder.

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