8/7c - MR. MONK VS. THE COBRA: When all signs in a murder investigation point to deceased Kung Fu movie star Sonny Chow, Monk must find the real culprit.
9/8c - MR. MONK GETS CABIN FEVER: When Monk is taken into protective custody after witnessing a Chinese mob killing, he's brought to a remote cabin in the woods where he uncovers another murder.
8/7c - MR. MONK TAKES HIS MEDICINE: Monk takes a new medication that alleviates the symptoms of his obsessive-compulsive disorder but impairs his ability to solve crime.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE RED HERRING: Why would a thief want to steal an ordinary pet fish? Monk finds out, and meets a new assistant in the process.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH: Monk takes a job at a department store to solve the murder of one of the store's employees.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE GAME SHOW: Monk heads to Los Angeles to help the father of his late wife solve a very puzzling mystery on a game show.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE GIRL WHO CRIED WOLF: The shoe is on the other foot when inexplicable happenings put Sharona's own sanity to the test.
9/8c - MR. MONK MEETS THE GODFATHER: Monk infiltrates an organized crime family as he tries to get to the bottom of an apparent mob hit.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE BLACKOUT: When the city is overrun by a string of unexplained blackouts, it's up to Monk to keep the "City by the Bay" out of the darkness.
9/8c - MR. MONK GETS FIRED: Monk must find the evidence to put away a grisly murderer and regain his detective's license from the grouchy new police commissioner.
8/7c - MR. MONK TAKES MANHATTAN: When Monk travels to New York City to investigate his wife's murder, he gets tangled up in a baffling case involving the shooting of a foreign ambassador.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE PANIC ROOM: When a big-league record producer is found dead in his panic room, Monk must help decide the guilt or innocence of a most unlikely suspect.
8/7c - MR. MONK GETS MARRIED: It's unholy matrimony as Monk and Sharona pretend to be married to get the goods on a con man.
9/8c - MR. MONK GOES TO JAIL: When a death row inmate is murdered 45 minutes before his execution, Monk is brought in to find out why and runs into his nemesis, Dale the Whale.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE MISSING GRANNY: A law student promises to get Monk reinstated to the police force in exchange for his help in finding the kidnappers of her beloved grandmother.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE CAPTAIN'S WIFE: When the Captain's wife falls victim to an apparent union dispute gone awry, it's up to Monk to find out what really happened and bring Stottlemeyer back from the brink.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE THREE PIES: What could possibly make a cherry pie worth killing for? Monk finds out, with a little help from his long-lost brother Ambrose.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE TV STAR: The ex-wife of a famous TV star, Brad Terry, is murdered while Terry is talking to paparazzi outside the ex-wife's house.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE 12TH MAN: When a rash of murders sweeping the city goes unsolved, Monk is called upon to find a correlation with the victims and stop a killer before he strikes again.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE PAPERBOY: When his paperboy is murdered, Monk turns to the pages of the newspaper for clues to solve the baffling crime.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE SLEEPING SUSPECT: Monk is convinced he knows who is behind a recent string of mail bombs that have been exploding around San Francisco. The only problem is his primary suspect... is in a coma.
9/8c - MR. MONK MEETS THE PLAYBOY: When a high-powered glamour magazine publisher chokes to death under mysterious circumstances, all clues lead to the infamous swinging party palace, The Sapphire Mansion. But while a weekend behind the gates of the legendary estate may be every man's fantasy, it's Adrian Monk's worst nightmare.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE VERY, VERY OLD MAN: Captain Stottlemeyer takes a page from the book of Monk in order to determine why any one would want to murder the world's oldest man.
9/8c - MR. MONK GOES TO THE THEATER: Sharona's sister Gail lands a part in a local play that any actress would kill for. But when the actor playing her love interest literally dies on stage, the police are convinced she's taken her role a little too far. Sharona and her mother urge Monk to step into the spotlight, and find the real killer before the curtain falls on Gail for good.
8/7c - MR. MONK GOES TO MEXICO: Monk gives new meaning to the phrase "don't drink the water" when he travels to Mexico to investigate the mysterious demise of a skydiver who reportedly drowned to death...in mid-air.
9/8c - MR. MONK GOES TO THE CIRCUS: When a sarcastic and unpopular ringmaster is murdered by an acrobat wearing a face mask and a Ninja-like costume, Stottlemeyer suspects an animal trainer who not only has a motive (he's the former lover of the ringmaster's dinner date) but also owns the murder weapon. Monk, however, suspects the ringmaster's ex-wife.
8/7 - MR. MONK GOES BACK TO SCHOOL: When English teacher Beth Landow falls from the clock tower at Trudy's former high school, Monk is called in and quickly disproves the police theory of suicide. The trail of clues leads to a science teacher but he has an iron-clad alibi. Monk becomes a substitute teacher in the hopes of solving the case.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE AIRPLANE: Monk braves the unfriendly skies - and finds murder in the air!
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE EARTHQUAKE: When a San Francisco philanthropist dies mysteriously in a minor earthquake, Monk suspects foul play.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE RED-HEADED STRANGER: Country singer Willie Nelson, who portrays himself, becomes the prime suspect when his manager is murdered, but the only witness is a blind woman who claims to have overheard a scuffle and can identify Willie as the murderer by his voice.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE MARATHON MAN: A young woman is found murdered during the citywide marathon. The chief suspect has the perfect alibi - he was running in the race! How is it possible for someone to be in two places at the same time? It's Monk's job to find out.
9/8c - MR. MONK TAKES A VACATION: Monk's beach resort vacation with Sharona and Benjy turns into work when Benjy witnesses a murder. But with no body to be found and "the cleanest crime scene in the history of crime," Benjy can't convince anyone except Monk and the hotel's kooky security chief that he's telling the truth.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE BILLIONAIRE MUGGER: A billionaire computer mogul is shot dead while mugging a couple outside a movie theater. It appears to be a midlife crisis gone horribly wrong - until Monk uncovers the truth.
9/8c - MR. MONK AND THE MARATHON MAN: Monk's dedication to his late wife is tested when he meets a beautiful woman who has her sights set on a certain obsessive-compulsive detective. Will a burgeoning romance interfere with a murder investigation? Or is it all part of a larger plan?
8/7c - MR. MONK GOES TO THE CARNIVAL: A police officer and friend of Stottlemeyer is framed for a crime he didn't commit involving a ferris wheel. Meanwhile Monk tries to convince Stottlemeyer to get him reinstated.
9/8c - MR. MONK GOES TO THE ASYLUM: Monk is committed to an asylum, where he becomes convinced the chief psychiatrist committed a murder several years prior.
8/7c - MR. MONK AND THE PSYCHIC: A panicky woman driver goes off the road and the next morning Dolly Flint, a psychic on first name terms with Captain Stottlemeyer wakes up in her car next to the site of the staged accident. Dolly insists that she was led to the site by the dead woman's "aura," but Monk is suspicious. Is it a miracle... or murder?
9/8c - MR. MONK MEETS DALE THE WHALE: When a local judge is found murdered, all the evidence points to one man: an 800 lb (360 kg) reclusive tycoon named Dale Biederbeck, a.k.a. Dale the Whale. But how can a man who hasn't left his bed in eleven years, who can't even fit through his bedroom door, be responsible for the murder?
8/7c - MR. MONK MEETS THE CANDIDATE 1: Monk investigates an assassination attempt on Mayoral Candidate Warren St. Claire, and learns there's more at play than meets the eye.
9/8c - MR. MONK MEETS THE CANDIDATE 2: Is there such a thing as sixth sense? When Police Commissioner Harry Ashcombe's wife disappears, her body is mysteriously found by hack "psychic" Dolly Flint. Everyone believes she accomplished the impossible - except for Monk. Is it a miracle... or murder?
8/7c - Monk is called to a crime at the location where he first heard the news of his wife's murder and begins the most important investigation of his life.
9/8c - After listening to Trudy's last message, Monk finally discovers who killed his wife. Racing against time before he dies of poison, he must make a fateful decision.
8/7c - Monk reluctantly adopts a dog while looking into the suspicious disappearance of its owner.
9/8c - To woo the lone holdout on a police reinstatement committee, Monk accompanies Lt. Disher and the man’s troublesome son on a camping trip where nature isn’t the only thing to fear.
8/7c - Natalie tries to throw a surprise birthday party for Monk while he investigates the mysterious death of an office building's maintenance man.
9/8c - When Sharona returns to San Francisco to handle legal issues related to an uncle's death, Monk suspects foul play and is torn between the differing styles of Sharona and Natalie.
8/7c - Voodoo appears to be the only explanation when unmarked dolls sent to San Francisco residents accurately predict a series of inexplicable deaths -- including, perhaps, Natalie's.
9/8c - When Monk's insurance company refuses to pay for more individual therapy sessions, Monk joins Dr. Bell's therapy group, where somebody appears to be murdering his fellow patients.
8/7c - Monk's phobias threaten to undermine a big murder case when an aggressive defense attorney targets the detective's unconventional methods in court.
9/8c - Natalie becomes convinced a critic who panned her daughter Julie's theatrical performance was responsible for a murder at the same time as the show.
8/7c - Monk must uncover the link between a missing woman and a UFO sighting after he and Natalie get stuck in a small desert town.
9/8c - At the behest of an FBI agent , Monk assumes the identity of a dead hit-man in an effort to foil an assassination plot.
8/7c - Monk is thrilled to serve as a bodyguard for his favorite actress, a former child star whose life is in danger after the publication of her tell-all book.
9/8c - Monk finds himself increasingly drawn to a case involving a visiting African man who is investigating his beloved wife's hit-and-run death -- a case that strongly resonates with Monk.
8/7c - It's murder meets magic when Monk takes on an elusive magician who has crafted the perfect murder.
9/8c - When the parking garage where Monk's wife was killed is set for demolition, Monk intervenes — but soon finds himself investigating the disappearance of a city official key to preserving the garage.
8/7c - Monk has scored tickets to the biggest football game of the year, but he and Captain Stottlemeyer can't go inside until they figure out who tried to blow up a fan in the parking lot.
9/8c - When a childhood bully who terrorized Monk hires the detective to trail his wife, whom he suspects of infidelity, Monk relishes the opportunity to prove him right — and things get even sweeter when the bully is accused of murder.
8/7c - When Natalie unwittingly helps a thief steal the bicycle of a biotech CEO, she ropes Monk into solving a crime straight out of "Encyclopedia Brown" — until Monk learns the hard way how dangerous this thief really is.
9/8c - While investigating a murder at a museum of oddities, Monk befriends a warm older woman, but he has trouble believing the friendship comes without a catch.
8/7c - It's Christmas, and three homeless men ask Monk to solve the case of their dead friend. The trail leads to a monastery where a fountain has the miraculous power to cure anyone who drinks from it.
9/8c - When Monk's delinquent half-brother, Jack Jr., escapes from prison and breaks into Monk's apartment, he manipulates Monk into helping him find the person he claims framed him for murder.
8/7c - As Monk and his friends watch a TV news magazine piece on the solution of his hundredth case, he realizes that one of the victims was murdered by a different killer.
9/8c - Monk visits a hypnotist and emerges to find that he’s acting like a six year-old. Will he snap out of it in time to find a famous actress who's been abducted?
8/7c - Monk is terrified when he finds himself stuck on a submerged Navy submarine with a case to solve.
9/8c - Monk insists that a beautiful murder suspect is innocent, despite mounting evidence against her. Is Monk’s attraction to the suspect clouding his judgment, or is there something more to the case?
8/7c - When a television lottery hostess is murdered, Natalie takes her place and becomes a local celebrity, while Monk pursues the killer.
9/8c - When a famous boxer's life is threatened, Monk takes the case and finds himself in the middle of a championship fight.
8/7c - Fed up with a noisy neighbor, Monk decides to move into a new house, where he encounters more than the usual pitfalls of home ownership.
9/8c - Monk matches wits with a brilliant chess master who is suspected of murdering his wife.
8/7c - When Monk is arrested for murder, he escapes the custody of a small-town sheriff and becomes a fugitive on the run.
9/8c - While everyone mourns Monk's "death," Monk searches for the truth that will clear his name.
8/7c - Monk must find a murderer who, to Natalie's horror, appears to be killing women with the same name as her daughter.
9/8c - Monk takes up a new hobby – painting – and meets with unexpected success.
8/7c - When Monk infiltrates a cult to solve a murder, he falls under the spell of its charismatic leader.
9/8c - When the safety deposit box holding one of Monk's treasured possessions is robbed, Monk will do whatever it takes to solve the case.
8/7c - When a detective dies at the police department Christmas party after drinking from a poisoned bottle of port intended for Captain Stottlemeyer, can Monk find the killer?
9/8c - 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?
8/7c - When a man Monk sent to prison years earlier is cleared by new DNA evidence, Monk helps him rebuild his life.
9/8c - When Monk suffers from insomnia, he ventures into the night and stumbles upon a murder.
8/7c - Monk finds himself in a dangerous situation when he helps his psychiatrist's son follow a treasure map.
9/8c - Monk's world is turned upside-down when a famous daredevil is revealed to be his rival, Harold Krenshaw.
8/7c - Monk's friendship with Captain Stottlemeyer is put to the test when Monk suspects the captain's girlfriend of murder.
9/8c - Monk tries to prove a sports agent is guilty of murder while helping Natalie’s teenage daughter with her love life.
8/7c - When Marci Maven is accused of a bizarre crime, she turns to the object of her obsession for help - Adrian Monk. Guest Starring SARAH SILVERMAN.
9/8c - Monk helps a famous rapper clear his name after the rapper is accused of murder.
8/7c - Monk goes to the emergency room for a bloody nose, but when a doctor in the hospital turns up dead, Monk joins the murder investigation, and soon his own life is in grave danger.
9/8c - When the mysterious "Six Way Killer" strikes in San Francisco, Monk matches his detective skills against the flashy forensic technology of a federal agent as they both pursue the murderer.
8/7c - Monk goes toe to toe with a popular radio shock jock who is suspected of killing his wife.
9/8c - Disher inherits his uncle's farm and invites Monk to visit him when he suspects that his uncle's death was not really an accident.
8/7c - When Monk suddenly acquires a new friend who rarely leaves his side, everyone is suspicious but him.
9/8c - Upset when a hiring freeze at the police department is announced, Monk is pressured by Natalie to investigate the deaths of her parents' neighbors, but when Monk starts considering his undercover role as a viable alternate career something has to be done.
8/7c - A missing millionaire suffering from leprosy comes out of hiding to hire Monk, who soon finds himself in the midst of a shadowy murder plot worthy of a classic Hollywood film noir.
9/8c - When Monk's truck driving father rolls into town at Christmastime, Monk joins him on the road, where they stumble across a very peculiar mystery.
8/7c - Monk attends his college reunion and uncovers a complex murder plot against one of his former classmates.
9/8c - When Dr. Kroger retires after his cleaning lady is killed, it's up to Monk to solve the case and get Dr. Kroger back to work.
8/7c - When Natalie convinces Monk to go into business as a private eye, his first case is a seemingly innocuous fender bender that leads to a far more dangerous investigation.
9/8c - Monk is blinded by a murderer at a fire station, and then must help find him using his other senses.
8/7c - When a union boss's death threatens to prolong a city-wide garbage strike in San Francisco, it's up to Monk to help end the strike by determining whether the boss' death was suicide or murder. Guest Stars David DeLuise and Alice Cooper.
9/8c - Julie and her friends hire Monk to look into the suspicious death of their basketball coach.
8/7c - Monk sits on the jury of a minor robbery trial and gets drawn into a larger mystery.
9/8c - A famous actor preparing to play Monk gets a little too close to one of Monk's real-life murder investigations.