Lieutenant Disher Quote #315

Quote from Lieutenant Disher in Mr. Monk and the Bully

Captain Stottlemeyer: So identical twins? That's one for the books.
Lieutenant Disher: Yeah, I'm pretty sure I said twins.
Captain Stottlemeyer: Randy, you always say twins.


Lieutenant Disher Quotes

Quote from Mr. Monk and the Class Reunion

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 Mr. Monk Is the Best Man

Lieutenant Disher: So who's on your short list?
Captain Stottlemeyer: I've been at this all morning. Most of these guys are either in jail or dead.
Lieutenant Disher: Yeah, or both.
Captain Stottlemeyer: No. Nobody is both.

Quote from Mr. Monk's 100th Case

Adrian Monk: What about her lipstick?
Captain Stottlemeyer: Lipstick? Looks like he took it.
Lieutenant Disher: Lipstick Killer. Lipstick Assassin. Mr. Lipstick. I've always wanted to name one of these guys.
James Novak: Why?
Lieutenant Disher: If you can name them, you can catch them.
James Novak: Why?

‘Mr. Monk and the Bully’ Quotes

Quote from Adrian Monk

Adrian Monk: Listen. Do you hear that?
Natalie: What? The birds?
Adrian Monk: Not the birds. Don't you hear that? The toilet tank refilling. Toilet tank of life.
Natalie: Come on, Mr. Monk. I'll drive you home.
Adrian Monk: It's what Plato called the great cosmic swirly. There's no escaping it.
Natalie: Plato said that?
Adrian Monk: I'm paraphrasing. I'm gonna need that shower cap back.

Quote from Adrian Monk

Adrian Monk: Okay, look. Roderick Brody changed my life. Maybe as much as Trudy did. He ruined everything. It was childhood's end really.
Dr. Bell: You know, I had a bully in school too. He would wait for me every morning outside the bicycle rack.
Adrian Monk: Excuse me. Sorry to interrupt. You went to your father for advice and he told you to face up to the bully and the bully backed down.
Dr. Bell: Yes, more or less, yes.
Adrian Monk: What a wonderful anecdote. It'll give me something to think about at 1:00 when my head is in the man's toilet.

Quote from Adrian Monk

Dr. Bell: Why don't you just cancel? Just say you're busy.
Adrian Monk: Natalie won't let me! It's the first paying customer we've had in three weeks. Look, what I need is a note, okay? A note from you. Something I can show Natalie to get me out of this.
Dr. Bell: Adrian, I'm not gonna write you a note.
Adrian Monk: You don't have to write it. It's already written. All you have to do is sign it.
Dr. Bell: Adrian, this isn't gym class. Now you've been talking about this Roderick Brody since the first session. And as I recall, you're still having nightmares about him. See, I think this meeting today is a gift. It's an opportunity.
Adrian Monk: Maybe you right. Let's sign the note.
Dr. Bell: It's an opportunity to confront your deepest and most troubling fears. To finally resolve them. Put them all behind you. Not many people get this chance.
Adrian Monk: I see your point. I never looked at it like that. Can I have the note back?
Dr. Bell: Sure. Wait a- You're not planning to forge my signature?
Adrian Monk: [chuckles] No, no, no. [tries to grab the note]