Monk: Season 3 (2004 - 2005)




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Air date: Jun 18, 2004
Air date: Jun 25, 2004
Air date: Jul 9, 2004
Air date: Jul 16, 2004
Air date: Jul 23, 2004
Air date: Jul 30, 2004
Air date: Aug 6, 2004
Air date: Aug 13, 2004
Air date: Aug 20, 2004
Air date: Jan 21, 2005
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Season 3 continues to follow obsessive-compulsive private detective Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) as he assists the Homicide Division of the San Francisco Police Department while also searching for his wife's murderer. His cases involve a chimpanzee murder suspect, infiltrating organized crime, being placed in the U.S. Federal Witness Protection Program and a trip to Sin City. In addition, the hunt is on to find a new assistant who can handle his OCPD and 312 phobias, which include ladybugs, heights, crowds, imperfections, messes and milk. The season's guest stars include Carmen Electra, Alicia Coppola, Niecy Nash, James Brolin and the band Korn.


Tony Shalhoub
as Adrian Monk
Ted Levine
as Capt. Leland Stottlemeyer
Jason Gray-Stanford
as Lt. Randall Disher
Bitty Schram
as Sharona Fleming
Stanley Kamel
as Dr. Kroger
Traylor Howard
as Natalie Teeger
Emmy Clarke
as Julie Teeger
Kane Ritchotte
as Benjy Fleming
Frank Collison
as Warrick Tennyson
as Master Zee
Glenne Headly
as Karen Stottlemeyer
Philip Baker Hall
as Salvatore Lucarelli
Judge Reinhold
as Alby Drake
Daniel Quinn
as Raymond Novak
Faith Prince
as Kathy Willowby
Lochlyn Munro
as Tony Lucarelli
Jarrad Paul
as Kevin Dorfman
Saverio Guerra
as Commissioner Brooks
Tony Armatrading
as Mr. Franklin
Nicole Sullivan
as Janet Novak
Alicia Coppola
as Michelle Rivas
Vincent Riotta
as Vladimir Kazinsky
Stuart McLennan
as Ian Blackburn
Tim Bagley
as Mr. Crenshaw
Rick Hoffman
as Agent Colmes
Brennan Elliott
as Paul Harley
Bob Gunton
as Dwight Ellison
Glenn Morshower
as Martin Willowby
Todd Stashwick
as Gene Edelson
Mark A. Sheppard
as Chris Downey
David Purdham
as Lyle Peck
Andreea Radutoiu
as Larysa Zeryeva
Enrico Colantoni
as Joe Christie
Amy Aquino
as Mrs. Bowen
Dylan Kussman
as Deputy Coby
Carmen Electra
as Chloe Blackburn
Niecy Nash
as Varla Davis
Ajay Naidu
as Masul the Cabbie
Rosemary Forsyth
as Marcia Ellison
Sean Foley
as 1st Cop
Brian Tee
as Jimmy Lu
Emma Caulfield
as Meredith Preminger
Arthel Neville
as Talk Show Host
Josh Stamberg
as Agent Grooms
Ken Marino
as Lester Highsmith
Josh Cruze
as Roberto the Cook
Brooke Adams
as Abigail Carlyle
Molly Hagan
as Ms. Lennington
Maree Cheatham
as Edna Coruthers
Olek Krupa
as Elmer Gratnik
Edward Kerr
as Denny Graf
Harry Groener
as John Ricca
Paul Rae
as Mr. Handy
Steven Williams
as Sgt. Parnell
James Brolin
as Daniel Thorn
Lauren Cohn
as Librarian
Grant Garrison
as Officer Hensley
Sung Kang
as 1st Disciple
Challen Cates
as Sheryl Thorn
Brad Hawkins
as Kurt Wolff
Alanna Ubach
as Jennie Silverman
Larry Miller
as Garrett Price
Nick Spano
as Off. Salvatore
Tony Lee
as Delivery Man
Nick Offerman
as Jack Whitman
Mary Mara
as Teresa Crane
Tony Franchitto
as First Cop
Matt Champagne
as Steve Marriot
Krista Allen
as Teresa Telenko
Nancy Daly
as Mrs. Giddons
John O'Brien
as Maitre D'
Daniel Passer
as TV Director
David Chan
as Older Man
Ed Kerr
as Danny Graf
Alan Heitz
as Human Corpuscle
Sue Cremin
as Reporter
Cheryl Faye Kloner
as Gambling Woman
Josh Cruz
as Roberto
Neil Giuntoli
as 1st Attendant
Sally Ann Brooks
as Mrs. Bloom
Stu "Large" Riley
as Street Preacher
Beau Dremann
as Second Cop
Jimmy Intveld
as Undercover Cop
Scott Peat
as Construction Foreman
Dylan Sellers
as Head Nurse
K.C. Ramsey
as Three Card Monte Dealer
Lisa Sheridan
as Lizza Talvo
Parker Goris
as Fire Safety Kid
Timothy Thomas Brown
as Power Company Foreman
Beverly Polcyn
as Elderly Patient
Meredith Lieber
as Burger Girl
Americus Abesamis
as Silent Disciple
Diane Delano
as Krystal
Scott Mitchell Nelson
as Real Paramedic
Christopher May
as 2nd Attendant
Chet Grissom
as 1st Cop
Noora Albright
as Adopting Mom
Patricia Skeriotis
as Female Customer
Lance Krall
as Salesman
Tang Nguyen
as Computer Officer
Brooke Baumer
as Applicant #1
Kyle Bornheimer
as Uniform Cop
Bob Joles
as Customer
Chris Kennedy
as Paramedic
Ron Yuan
as Tommy Win
Todd Eric Andrews
as EMS Paramedic
Larry Varanelli
as 1st Barfly
John Maynard
as Repairman
Scott DeFoe
as Uniform Cop
Todd Waring
as Maintenance Worker
Bru Muller
as Lee-John Ellis
Scott Adsit
as Medical Examiner
Samantha Quan
as Female Control Officer
Nick DeMauro
as Relative
Liesl Ehardt
as Diner Waitress
Lydia Jordan
as Little Girl Skater
Nick Stellate
as Security Guard
Alexandra Kenworthy
as Wanda the Barfly
Hugh B. Holub
as Shift Supervisor
Aaron Parker Mouser
as Coughing Boy
Anil Raman
as Rescue Worker
Rob Munk
as Leaflet Man
Rachel Winfree
as Applicant #3
Keith Robinson
as Traffic Cop
Phil Abrams
as 2nd Cop
Paul Hayes
as Mr. Hooper
Michael Emanuel
as Wrong Man
Willie Garson
as Leo Navarro
Amy D. Higgins
as Paint Customer
Clement Blake
as Building Supervisor
Samuel Vance
as Uniform Cop
Marc Marosi
as TV Anchorman
Peter Cho
as Martial Artist
Dalton Grant
as Bartender
Mike Bocchetti
as Homeless Man
Shirley Jordan
as 2nd Reporter
Cleo King
as 911 Operator
Shane Elliott
as 1st Robber
Andrei Belgrader
as Old Man on Bench
Lorin Shapiro
as Coat Check Girl
Jonathan Chase
as College Boy #1
Mike Grief
as Big Man
Anthony Maranville
as College Boy #2
Wayne Nickel
as Supervisor
Robb Skyler
as Hairy Customer
Robert Dassie
as Police Sketch Artist
Dimitri Boudrine
as Ambassador of Latvia
Kelly Albanese
as College Girl #1
Michael Tenaglia
as Con Ed Worker
Terrence Hardy Jr.
as Tugging Kid
John Scurti
as Transit Cop
Tonye Patano
as Woman on Train
Albert Makhtsier
as Latvian Opponent
Roy Farfel
as Stunt Skater #1
Apollo Smile
as Stunt Skater #2
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Critic Reviews for Monk Season 3

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (4)

Whether Natalie and Monk ever become more than good friends, they're perfect for the kind of old-fashioned TV show that Monk really is.

Sep 10, 2018 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

A pretty good series elevated by a truly great character, Monk returns with a new sidekick but its old formula intact.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…
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Monk, whose titular character also suffers from a wide array of dirt- and disorder-related phobias, is so satisfyingly neat, meticulous and methodical it adds a new, oddly compelling dimension to the phrase "must-see."

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…

We see skyscrapers. We hear Gershwin. And then almost everything that can go wrong with a script does.

Jan 23, 2018 | Full Review…

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