Monk: Season 2 (2003 - 2004)



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Air date: Jun 20, 2003
Air date: Jun 27, 2003
Air date: Jul 11, 2003
Air date: Jul 18, 2003
Air date: Jul 25, 2003
Air date: Aug 1, 2003
Air date: Aug 8, 2003
Air date: Aug 15, 2003
Air date: Aug 22, 2003
Air date: Jan 16, 2004
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Tony Shalhoub returns in Season 2 as the obsessive-compulsive private detective Adrian Monk, who assists the Homicide Division of the San Francisco Police Department while he attempts to track down his wife's killer. Over the course of the season, Monk becomes a substitute teacher, takes a trip to Mexico to solve a murder, spends a weekend at a playboy's party mansion and investigates the death of a paperboy on his doorstep. Guest stars include Amy Sedaris, Gary Cole, Andrew McCarthy, Jane Lynch, Sarah Silverman and John Turturro as Monk's brother in an Emmy-winning performance. Melora Hardin replaces Stellina Rusich as Trudy, Monk's deceased wife.


Tony Shalhoub
as Adrian Monk
Bitty Schram
as Sharona Fleming
Ted Levine
as Capt. Leland Stottlemeyer
Jason Gray-Stanford
as Lt. Randall Disher
Kane Ritchotte
as Benjy Fleming
Glenne Headly
as Karen Stottlemeyer
Stanley Kamel
as Dr. Charles Kroger
Emma Bates
as Michelle
Christopher Wiehl
as Scott Gregorio
Chad E. Donella
as Ricky Babbage
Eden Rountree
as Carol Maloney
Daniel Goddard
as Evan Coker
Rachel Dratch
as Julie Parlo
Geoffrey Pierson
as Harry Bolston
Mark Ivanir
as Edgar Heinz
Betty Buckley
as Cheryl Fleming
Matt Winston
as Brian Babbage
Stellina Rusich
as Trudy Monk
John Cothran Jr.
as Warden Christie
Rainn Wilson
as Walker Browning
Holt McCallany
as Pat Van Ranken
Michael Ensign
as Raymond Tolliver
Kurt Fuller
as Dennis Gammill
Amy Sedaris
as Gail Fleming
Pat Crawford Brown
as Ruth "Nana" Parlo
Marcia Ann Burrs
as Mrs. Dohan
Tony Plana
as Capt. Alameda
Jim Jansen
as Mayor Rudner
Leslie Jordan
as Town Official
Erica Yoder
as Beth Landow
Currie Graham
as Harold Maloney
Melissa George
as Jenna Ryan
Lance Krall
as Floppy the Clown
Andrew McCarthy
as Derek Philby
Gary Cole
as Dexter Larsen
Billy Burke
as Brad Terry
Michael Shalhoub
as Ron Abrash
Jane Carr
as Mrs. Jenkins
Damara Reilly
as Female Guard
Enrique Almeida
as Nestor Alverez
Susan Kellermann
as Maria Disher
Lolita Davidovich
as Natasia Lovara
Simon Templeman
as Carl Sebastian
Ed Marinaro
as Stewart Babcock
John Turturro
as Ambrose Monk
Tim Curry
as Dale `The Whale' Biederbeck
Jarrad Paul
as Kevin Dorfman
David Stanford
as Uniform Cop
Kathy Baker
as Sylvia Fairbourn
Darby Stanchfield
as Erin Hammond
Noel Gugliemi
as Jose Alverez
Noel Guglielmi
as Jose Alverez
Nicole Forester
as Susan Malloy
Ed de Fusco
as Sgt. Green
Bill Erwin
as Hiram Holling
David Figlioli
as Tommy Zimm
Larry Hankin
as Bearded Man
David Doty
as O'Dell
Frank Gallegos
as Chief Mechanic
John Bellucci
as Abernathy
David Rasche
as Coach Patterson
Lauren Tom
as Mrs. Ling
Rosalind Chao
as Arlene Cassidy
Steve Monroe
as Sgt. Myers
Marc Vann
as Hal Duncan
Bruno Gioiello
as 2nd Mechanic
Jimmy Shubert
as Frank Pulaski
Joseph Sikora
as Boz Harrelson
Jessica Lundy
as Rachel Sweeney
Danny Trejo
as Spyder Rudner
Rene Rivera
as Capt. Valdez
Rif Hutton
as Dr. Malding
Scott Nankivel
as Jeff Burton
Jane Lynch
as Dr. Waterford
John Sanderford
as Lawrence Hammond
Deborah Zoe
as Lisa Babcock
Sarah Silverman
as Marci Maven
Jenni Pulos
as Sasha Gordon
Patrick Breen
as Jeffrey Sweeney
Marek Probosz
as Serge Cluvarias
Jerry Levine
as Kenny Shale
Mark Totty
as Malcolm Cowley
Ira Steck
as Bingo Caller
Paul Gutrecht
as Frank Wicks
Jim Beaver
as Sheriff Mathis
Gary Kraus
as Entry Guard
Susan Chuang
as Kathleen
Chane't Johnson
as 1st Teacher
Ralph Peduto
as Gravedigger
Kathryn Joosten
as Nurse Stempel
Rachel Shumate
as Assistant Editor
Jason Boegh
as Administrative Assistant
Sarah McElligott
as Topless Woman
Jesse James
as Jared Stottlemeyer
Michael Reisz
as 2nd Teacher
Alex Paez
as Waiter
Skip O'Brien
as Sgt. Chitwood
Endre Hules
as Capt. Dupres
Douglas Bennett
as Bingo Addict
Dave Matos
as Assistant Director
Charles Dougherty
as TV Director
Marcy McCusker
as Cindy Lou
Katie Fountain
as Party Girl
Jim Lau
as Landlord
Hugh Dane
as Sgt. Lane
Robert Pierce
as Frank Henley
Jorge Luis Abreu
as Salon Manager
Nicholl Hiren
as Sapphire Girl
Roz Witt
as Lunch Lady
Don Perry
as Newly Arrived Old Man
Orlando Seale
as Lt. Lafitte
K.T. Thangavelu
as Radiologist
Mark Phinney
as Doorman
Jeanette Miller
as Cranky Old Woman
Sean Blakemore
as Spyder's Guard
Adam Clark
as Cabbie
Adam Huss
as Party Guy
Justin Connor
as Theater Manager
Brooke Burke
as TV Reporter
Connor Carmody
as Max Stottlemeyer
David Reynolds VII
as Illiterate Inmate
Roy Abramsohn
as 3rd Reporter
Josh Stamberg
as Federal Agent Grooms
Ileane Meltzer
as Cranky Neighbor
Daniel Faltus
as Maitre D'
Christopher Goodman
as Young Uniform Cop
Eugene Collier
as Henry Smalls
Steven C. Nelson
as Obnoxious Kid
Timothy Landfield
as Man from Audience
Fay Masterson
as Diane Luden
Dougald Park
as Police Spokesman
Jeff Parise
as Dustin the Bartender
Joe Whipp
as Heavyset Detective
Vince Melocchi
as Truck Driver
Jeffrey Scott Kelly
as Elton, Stage Manager
April Pressel
as Assistant
Edward Edwards
as Shawn Clemmons
Clint Culp
as Barfly
Joe D. Jonz
as Ballplaying Inmate
Jeff Witzke
as Human Cannonball
Audrey Wasilewski
as Caucasian Nurse
John K. Wilson
as Phone Technician
Joe Camareno
as Mexican Officer
Timothy Davis-Reed
as Commentator 1
Frank Potter
as Delivery Boy
Mark Tymchyshyn
as Elliott D'Souza
Albert Owens
as Senator
Cheyenne Wilbur
as Justice of the Peace
Cameron Meyer
as Script Supervisor
L. Trey Wilson
as Prison Official
Owen Smith
as Detective
Jacobi Wynne
as Commentator 2
David Manis
as Prosecutor
Mary Kay Riley
as Flirtatious Girl
Lisa Dinkins
as 1st Reporter
Kerry Leigh Michaels
as Older Actress
Kevin Bernston
as Young Clerk
Damon Jones
as Pat-down Guard
Shea Broom
as Arlene Carney
Joe Narciso
as Medical Examiner
Caryn West
as Speed Date #1
Gina St. John
as 2nd Reporter
Shaun Johnston
as Hotel Manager
Light Eternity
as Speed Date #2
Danny Romero
as Sports Repoter
James C. Mathis III
as Rastafarian Cook
Rick Cramer
as 2nd Nazi
Gary Imhoff
as Walter the Umpire
Wendy Schenker
as Speed Date #3
Tom Virtue
as Benjy's Coach
Lisa Long
as Speed Date #4
Jim Moret
as Talk Show Host
Victoria Hoffman
as Speed Date #5
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Critic Reviews for Monk Season 2

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (5)

Shalhoub is the master at shading this quirky character with the uncommon combination of vulnerability, dignity and intelligence.

Sep 10, 2018 | Rating: A | Full Review…

As I enjoyed this mystery series' second-season premiere, I recalled the satisfying feeling of watching Columbo in its prime.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…

The comedy here has more than a hint of pathos.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…

Shalhoub and Schram's chemistry goes a long way in covering up the conventional plots and cases that close with a too-satisfying click. Both are outstanding, a tribute to their acting as well as the characters created for them.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…

Monk's charm isn't the debonair, sweep-you-off-your-feet kind... Its comedy and its drama are more genuine and more piercing than that. It's the real thing.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…

To adore Monk is to adore Tony Shalhoub, a leading man like no other who has carried this USA fave through some of the most ridiculous plot resolutions TV has seen in some time

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…
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... Shalhoub's Monk is a comic character out of Beckett, carrying his own urn.

Jan 29, 2018 | Full Review…

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