Monk: Season 4 (2005 - 2006)




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Air date: Jul 8, 2005
Air date: Jul 15, 2005
Air date: Jul 22, 2005
Air date: Jul 29, 2005
Air date: Aug 5, 2005
Air date: Aug 12, 2005
Air date: Aug 19, 2005
Air date: Aug 26, 2005
Air date: Dec 2, 2005
Air date: Jan 13, 2006
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In Season 4, Tony Shalhoub returns as the obsessive-compulsive private detective Adrian Monk, who assists the Homicide Division of the San Francisco Police Department and hunts for his wife's murderer. His cases involve the disappearance of a man who does not exist, solving a murder for his childhood crush, the world of high fashion and a bout of amnesia. His assistant, Natalie Teeger (Traylor Howard), continues to help prevent his OCPD and 312 phobias from hindering his least not too much. Guest stars this season include Jason Alexander, Michael Dempsey, Fred Stoller, Michael Shalhoub, Ariel Winter and Laurie Metcalf, in an Emmy-nominated performance.


Tony Shalhoub
as Adrian Monk
Ted Levine
as Capt. Leland Stottlemeyer
Jason Gray-Stanford
as Lt. Randall Disher
Traylor Howard
as Natalie Teeger
Emmy Clarke
as Julie Teeger
Stanley Kamel
as Dr. Kroger
Derrick O'Connor
as Insp. St. Clare
Malcolm McDowell
as Julian Hodge
Gill Gayle
as Frank Prager
Chet Grissom
as 1st Detective
Alejandro Chabán
as Pablo Ortiz
Dana Ivey
as Mrs. Eels
Jon Favreau
as Dr. Bloom
Amy Ryder
as Mrs. Gilstrap
Rachael Harris
as Alice Westergren
Anne Betancourt
as Maria Ortiz
Jim Parrack
as Roger Zisk
Mini Anden
as Natasia Zorell
Jamie Brown
as Jennie Mandeville
Bre Blair
as Debbie
Grant Rosenmeyer
as Young Adrian Monk
Michelle Azar
as Charlotte Prager
Eddie Richardson
as Taxi Driver
Charles Napier
as Sheriff Bates
Michael Weaver
as Agent Lapides
Rossif Sutherland
as Vic Blanchard
John Hartmann
as Mr. Hoffman
Tom Ohmer
as Second Uniform Cop
Paul Ben-Victor
as Al Nicoletto
Holland Taylor
as Peggy Davenport
John Turturro
as Ambrose Monk
David Valcin
as Reggie Dennison
Christopher Neiman
as Chilton Handy
Melora Hardin
as Trudy/Cameron
Donna Bullock
as Sherry Judd
Michael Shalhoub
as Ned the Beekeeper
Kitty Swink
as Dr. Bradley
Martin Papazlan
as Capt. Savo
Olivia Sui
as Pirate Girl
Jeffrey Donovan
as Steve Wagner
Rey Gallegos
as Eddie Dial
Brett Rickaby
as The Killer
Rick Yudt
as Marty
Gregg L. Daniel
as Truck Driver
Bobby Block
as Vampire Boy
Rafael Feldman
as Det. Pritchett
Clyde Kusatsu
as Judge Rienzo
Alan Wilder
as Harold Gumbal
Michael Dempsey
as Det. Patterson
Lennie Loftin
as John Delancy
Larry Clarke
as Rudy Schick
Jarrad Paul
as Kevin Dorfman
Ashley Williams
as Theresa Scott
Katelyn Pippy
as Young Sherry Judd
Jimmy Palumbo
as Mr. Gorman
Harve Presnell
as Zack Ellinghouse
Rob Swanson
as Uniform Cop
Mik Scriba
as Lt. Bristo
James Wing Woo
as Master Kwan
Robert Patrick Benedict
as Jonathan Davenport
Rose Abdoo
as Mrs. Monk
Robert Catrini
as Teddy Mulligan
Steve Heinze
as Denny Jardeen
Peggy Miley
as Mrs. Willis
Wilson Cruz
as Smoking Technician
Aaron Lustig
as Prosecutor
Jerry Kernion
as Security Guard
Traber Burns
as Minister
Chris D'Elia
as Cal Gefsky
Ed de Fusco
as First Detective
Loucas George
as Maitre D'
Karl T. Wright
as Prinicpal Thicket
Frank Novak
as Marv Chastwick
Liz Loza
as Waitress
Michael Cavanaugh
as Bobby Davenport
Mel Fair
as State Trooper
Van Epperson
as Postal Worker Juror
Brynn Thayer
as Aunt Cokie
Steve Nave
as 2nd State Trooper
Christian Pikes
as Little Boy
David Hunt
as Michael Norfleet
Felicia Day
as Heidi Gefsky
Frankie Ingrassia
as Receptionist
Vivian Bang
as 1st Assistant
Kent Kasper
as Desk Sergeant
Billy Mayo
as Mechanic
Kevin Bernston
as Sports Fan Juror
Maurice Godin
as Pierre LeCoste
Susan Ruttan
as Mrs. Ledsky
Michael Silva
as 2nd Assistant
Ariel Winter
as Donna Cain
Daniel Riordan
as Bartender
Paul Francis Sullivan
as Security Guard
Andy Holt
as Paramedic
Keith Oney
as Local Mechanic
Carlease Burke
as Teacher Juror
Darlene Kardon
as Sweet Old Lady
Yvans Jourdain
as Criminalist
Jean Carol
as Aunt Madge
Russi Taylor
as Security Guard
David Shackelford
as Neal Graham
Wings Hauser
as Mr. Cobb
Bryan Coffee
as Sneezing Juror
Burnadean Jones
as Toddler's Mom
Robert Bagnell
as Kirby the Barber
Wanda Acuna
as Housekeeper
Mark McDaniels
as Garage Attendant
Faran Tahir
as Museum Official
Joe Latimore
as Security Guard
Kerris Dorsey
as Little Girl
Natasha Pavlovich
as Nicole Wagner
Kimi Reichenberg
as Pierced Girl Juror
Ryan Bollman
as Wedding Photographer
Zachary Gardner
as Soldier Boy
Kevin Kilner
as Jim Bollinger
Bruno Amato
as Crew Member
James E. Thompson
as School Janitor
Tim Herzog
as Stripper Cop
Clint Jung
as Detective
Asante Jones
as African-American Detective
Blake Silver
as Karl Palmer
Bob Jesser
as Armored Car Driver
Daniel Roebuck
as Larry Zwibell
Brian Hatton
as 2nd Detective
Bianca Chiminello
as Wine Expert
James C. Burns
as Scary Biker
Tessa Goss
as Wedding Planner
Amad Jackson
as Security Guard
Leo Howard
as Little Karate Kid
Nick Hoffa
as Bartender
Susan Carol Davis
as Court Clerk
Albert Malafronte
as Congressman
Beau Dremann
as Uniform Cop at Bar
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Critic Reviews for Monk Season 4

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Monk is still enjoyable and often funny.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…

Monk is the moment's sitcom expression. And I'll venture the nonprofessional assessment that this cheery comedy mainstreaming of psychological disorder beats the more established, sniggering approach to fussy men any day.

Sep 10, 2018 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

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