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Overview


Season Six is the sixth season of Monk and began airing on July 13, 2007 on USA Network. The sixth season concluded after 16 episodes on February 22, 2008.

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Release[]

The sixth season of Monk began airing in the United States on USA Network on July 13, 2007. Like previous seasons, it was split in two sets, with the second half of the season premiering on January 11, 2008. A Christmas special was also aired on December 7, 2007.

The sixth season was released on DVD on July 8, 2008. It includes four discs with a total runtime of 683 minutes. The first disc includes the special features "Mr. Monk and His Biggest Fan" Video Commentary by Writer/Executive Producer Andy Breckman, "Mr. Monk and the Naked Man" Video Commentary by Writers Tom Gammill and Max Pross, and "Mr. Monk and the Bad Girlfriend" Video Commentary By Writer Joe Toplyn; the second the features "Mr. Monk and the Birds and the Bees" Video Commentary By Writer Peter Wolk, "Mr. Monk and the Buried Treasure" Video Commentary By Writer/Co-Executive Producer Jonathon Collier, and "Mr. Monk and the Wrong Man" Video Commentary By Writer Sal Savo.[1]

Reception[]

On the critical aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, the sixth season holds a rating of 80% based on 5 reviews.[2]

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Episodes[]

Episode in Season Episode Overall Title Directed by Written by Aired U.S. viewers (millions)
1 77 "Mr. Monk and His Biggest Fan" Randall Zisk Andy Breckman July 13, 2007 4.82
When Marci Maven is accused of a bizarre crime, she turns to the object of her obsession for help: Adrian Monk.[3]
2 78 "Mr. Monk and the Rapper" Paris Barclay Daniel Dratch July 20, 2007 4.88
Monk is hired to clear the name of a famous rap star who is accused of murder.[3]
3 79 "Mr. Monk and the Naked Man" Randall Zisk Tom Gammill
Max Pross
July 27, 2007 5.01
Monk must confront his prejudice against nudists when he's called to investigate a murder on a nude beach.[3]
4 80 "Mr. Monk and the Bad Girlfriend" Wendey Stanzler Joe Toplyn August 3, 2007 N/A
Monk's friendship with Captain Stottlemeyer is put to the test when Monk suspects the captain's girlfriend of murder.[3]
5 81 "Mr. Monk and the Birds and the Bees" Michael W. Watkins Peter Wolk August 10, 2007 5.10
Monk tries to prove a sports agent is guilty of murder while helping Natalie's teenage daughter with her love life.[3]
6 82 "Mr. Monk and the Buried Treasure" Sam Weisman Jonathan Collier August 17, 2007 4.54
Monk finds himself in a dangerous situation when he helps his psychiatrist's son follow a treasure map.[3]
7 83 "Mr. Monk and the Daredevil" Jonathan Collier Alan Zweibel August 24, 2007 5.03
Monk's world is turned upside-down when a famous daredevil is revealed to be his rival, Harold Krenshaw.[3]
8 84 "Mr. Monk and the Wrong Man" Anton Cropper Salvatore Savo September 7, 2007 4.39
When a man Monk sent to prison years earlier is cleared by new DNA evidence, Monk helps him rebuild his life.[3]
9 85 "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night" Randall Zisk David Breckman September 14, 2007 4.52
When Monk suffers from insomnia, he ventures into the night and stumbles upon a murder.[3]
10 86 "Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa Claus" Randall Zisk Ben Gruber December 7, 2007 4.55
Monk becomes a social pariah when he shoots a man dressed as Santa Claus. Can he clear his name and foil a larger criminal plot in time for Christmas?[3]
11 87 "Mr. Monk Joins a Cult" Anton Cropper Josh Siegal
Dylan Morgan
January 11, 2008 5.65
When Monk infiltrates a cult to solve a murder, he falls under the spell of its charismatic leader.[3]
12 88 "Mr. Monk Goes to the Bank" Michael W. Watkins Hy Conrad January 18, 2008 5.46
When the safety deposit box holding one of Monk's treasured possessions is robbed, Monk will do whatever it takes to solve the case.[3]
13 89 "Mr. Monk and the Three Julies" David Breckman Tom Scharpling January 25, 2008 5.32
Monk must find a murderer who, to Natalie's horror, appears to be killing women with the same name as her daughter.[3]
14 90 "Mr. Monk Paints His Masterpiece" Andrei Belgrader Jon Wurster February 1, 2008 5.45
Monk takes up a new hobby — painting — and meets with unexpected success.[3]
15 91 "Mr. Monk Is on the Run (Part One)" Randall Zisk Tom Scharpling February 15, 2008 5.60
When Monk is arrested for murder, he escapes the custody of a small-town sheriff and becomes a fugitive on the run.[3]
16 92 "Mr. Monk Is on the Run (Part Two)" Randall Zisk Hy Conrad February 22, 2008 6.88
While everyone mourns Monk's "death," Monk searches for the truth that will clear his name.[3]


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