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Mr. Monk and the Class Reunion

‘Mr. Monk and the Class Reunion’

Season 5, Episode 6 -  Aired August 11, 2006

When Monk and Natalie attend his 25th college reunion, Monk gets the feeling the husband of Trudy's old roommate is up to something.

Quote from Lieutenant Disher

Lieutenant Disher: Captain? I tracked down Kalimarakis. I don't think he's our guy. Number one, it turns out he was allowed to join the Olympic swim team as an alternate. He, uh, got a waiver.
Captain Stottlemeyer: So there's no motive.
Lieutenant Disher: Right. Number two, he's dead. He died in 1995. And number three, he moved to Europe in the late '80s. So there's no record of him ever returning-
Captain Stottlemeyer: Randy. Randy, excuse me. I'm sorry to interrupt you but could you read number two again?
Lieutenant Disher: Okeydoke. He's dead.
Captain Stottlemeyer: Right. See, I probably would have stopped reading after number two. In fact, I would have read number two first.
Lieutenant Disher: You would have switched 'em?
Captain Stottlemeyer: Yeah. But that's just me. And probably every other adult on the planet Earth.


Quote from Adrian Monk

Adrian Monk: You had a girlfriend with short red hair.
Todd: Belinda.
Adrian Monk: Yeah.
Todd: Yeah, yeah. She and I, we got married. But, uh, she passed away.
Adrian Monk: Oh, my wife died too. Trudy Ellison. Yeah.
Todd: It's tough, huh? But you just have to move on.
Adrian Monk: No, we can't move on. We can try, but we'll never get past it. It's unrelenting. All we can do is live out our days alone in hopeless, quiet desperation.

Quote from Adrian Monk

Adrian Monk: Natalie, I think I've seen enough. Let's just go.
Natalie: No, I'm not gonna let you go. You've been looking so forward to this.
Adrian Monk: I don't know what I was thinking. These people weren't my friends. Okay? They don't even remember me. The truth is, I was invisible. It was Trudy they loved. I was always just the guy with Trudy. Just like you're the girl with me.
Natalie: Mr. Monk, why is your name on the spit shield?
Adrian Monk: Oh, when I was here, there was nothing protecting the food.
Natalie: So you donated all of these? That is so generous of you.
Adrian Monk: Well, actually, it was more of a lawsuit. Took up a lot of my spare time.

Quote from Adrian Monk

Lieutenant Disher: Hey, Monk. How's memory lane?
Adrian Monk: Oh, pretty awful. Thanks for asking.

Quote from Adrian Monk

Adrian Monk: The last time I saw you was Mischief Night. You and your friends were throwing toilet paper everywhere, right?
Todd: Mischief Night. That's right.
Adrian Monk: Right.
Todd: I don't remember you.
Adrian Monk: I wasn't with you. I was following you. I was cleaning up.
Todd: Was that you?

Quote from Adrian Monk

Adrian Monk: Oh, my God. Oh, my God. I can't believe it. He's still here. Hello, old friend. Remember me? Oh, I knew we'd meet again. It is our destiny. [puts hand on freezer] Natalie, put your hand right there. Do you feel that?
Natalie: No.
Adrian Monk: He's afraid. Step back. Step back. I'm going in. I'm gonna need a spatula, a pan and a Bible.

Quote from Adrian Monk

Adrian Monk: Just some water.
Waiter: Ice?
Adrian Monk: Ten.
Waiter: Ten what?
Adrian Monk: Cubes.

Quote from Adrian Monk

Natalie: Mr. Monk, come on. Let's have some fun. You said you were gonna show me your dorm room.
Adrian Monk: All right. It's right here. This is it. Old 303. Tie on the doorknob. My roommate and I did the same thing. It's a code.
Natalie: Yeah, I think I might know about that.
Adrian Monk: Yeah. It means don't come in, I'm reorganizing my closet.
Natalie: Your closet?
Adrian Monk: Yeah, my roommate freshman year, Greg. He reorganized his closet, four or five times a week.
Natalie: Uh-huh. And did his girlfriend ever come over to help?
Adrian Monk: Oh, yeah. All the time. They were real neat freaks. I used to tease him about it. "Neat freak."

Quote from Captain Stottlemeyer

Captain Stottlemeyer: Folks! Excuse me. Could you kill the music? Thank you. Sorry to interrupt your dinner.
This will just take a minute. My name's Captain Leland Stottlemeyer. I'm with the San Francisco Police Department. And we're working on a homicide investigation and we could use your help. As you may know, a woman was killed on Friday night. Her name was Katherine Rutherford. She worked as a nurse at the university clinic. Now, we have reason to believe that someone in your class - possibly somebody in this room - might be involved. We're looking for information. If anyone knows anyone who might have had a grudge against Mrs. Rutherford either now or in the past or someone who might be missing their reunion lapel pin... The alumni reunion...
[The crowd boos when a photograph of a young Stottlemeyer in uniform at a campus No Nukes protest appears on the slideshow]
Captain Stottlemeyer: All right. Hey, hey, hey. Settle down. Settle down, everybody. This is completely out of context. You can't tell the whole story from one photograph.
[The next slide shows Stottlemeyer with a protester in a head lock]
Captain Stottlemeyer: You didn't have a permit.
Man: [o.s.] Yes, we did.
Captain Stottlemeyer: It expired at noon.
[The next photograph shows Stottlemeyer dragging a protester away while pointing to the clock tower, which shows the time is just after twelve]
Man: [o.s.] It's 12:06!
Captain Stottlemeyer: Like I said, it expired at noon.

Quote from Natalie

Adrian Monk: Is it straight? I can't get it straight.
Natalie: Why don't you just stand at a slight angle?

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