Monk: Season 6 (2007 - 2008)



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Air date: Jul 13, 2007
Air date: Jul 20, 2007
Air date: Jul 27, 2007
Air date: Aug 3, 2007
Air date: Aug 10, 2007
Air date: Aug 17, 2007
Air date: Aug 24, 2007
Air date: Sep 7, 2007
Air date: Sep 14, 2007
Air date: Dec 7, 2007
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In Season 6, obsessive-compulsive detective Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) continues to assist the Homicide Division of the San Francisco Police Department while searching for his wife's killer. In the opening episode, Monk's number-one fan, Marci Maven (Sarah Silverman, in an Emmy-nominated performance), re-enters his life after a neighbor accuses Marci's dog of murdering his wife. Other cases involve Monk facing his fear of nudists; suspecting Captain Stottlemeyer's girlfriend (Sharon Lawrence) of murder; and the shooting of a Santa. Guest stars include Snoop Dogg, who covers the show's theme song in "Mr. Monk and the Rapper," and Ray Porter as the third actor to portray Dale the Whale. This was Stanley Kamel's last season as Dr. Charles Kroger; Kamel died in April 2008 of a heart attack, and his character passed away in the same manner.


Tony Shalhoub
as Adrian Monk
Traylor Howard
as Natalie Teeger
Ted Levine
as Capt. Leland Stottlemeyer
Jason Gray-Stanford
as Lt. Randall Disher
Emmy Clarke
as Julie Teeger
Stanley Kamel
as Dr. Kroger
Terry Hoyos
as Maria Cordova
Randle Mell
as Michael Kenworthy (Santa)
Scott Glenn
as Sherriff Rollins
Sharon Lawrence
as Linda Fusco
Gina Philips
as Brandy Barber
Larry Miller
as Garrett Price
Tim Kang
as Mr. Lee
Sarah Silverman
as Marci Maven
Snoop Dogg
as Murderuss
Gail O'Grady
as Lovely Rita
Tim Bagley
as Harold Krenshaw
Tim De Zarn
as Max Barton
James Victor
as Limo Driver
K'Sun Ray
as Jimmy
Andy Mackenzie
as Drug Dealer
Alfred Molina
as Peter Magneri
Ryan Alvarez
as Young Clerk
David Banner
as Snake da Assassin
Keith Ewell
as Coroner Tech
Brian Prescott
as Canine Cop
Andrew Borba
as Parole Commissioner
Marcus Folmar
as Delivery Man
Troy Winbush
as Silent Killa
Diedrich Bader
as Chance Singer
Hunter Clary
as Young Boy
Matt Lanter
as Clay Bridges
Lucinda Jenney
as Zena Davis
John Mese
as Ringel
Rob Kirkland
as Uniform Cop
DeLon Howell
as Second Commissioner
Ronnie Steadman
as First Cop
Julie Ariola
as Mrs. McNally
Tressa DiFiglia
as Duty Nurse
RonReaco Lee
as Denny Hodges
Jeff Clarke
as Soundman
Mike Rad
as First Male Nudist
Zack Graham
as Second Cop
Shane Edelman
as Woody Mitchum
Colleen Crabtree
as 2nd Duty Nurse
Angela Gibbs
as Barton's Lawyer
Aaron Behr
as Cameraman
Karl T. Wright
as Monk's Lawyer
Anne De Salvo
as Auctioneer
William Woff
as Zoning Board Member
Doug Purdy
as Richard
Drew Starlin
as Dewey Jordan
Bradley James
as Prison Guard
Kimberly Irion
as First Female Nudist
Kendall Clement
as Warehouse Supervisor
James C. Victor
as Limo Driver
Bradley James
as Prison Guard
Mary Chris Wall
as Home Shopping Salesperson
Dorothy Constantine
as Alice Dubois
Russell B. McKenzie
as Property Clerk
DeLeon Howell
as 2nd Commissioner
Thomas James O'Leary
as Menswear Clerk
Marcello Thedford
as Extra Large
George Alvarez
as Second Male Nudist
Erica Yoder
as Helen Hubbert
Nick Nordella
as Teenage Attendant
Mark Bloom
as CSI Tech
Andi Matheny
as Second Female Nudist
Larisa Miller
as Pam Sherman
John Hemphill
as Eric Gelbertson
Kelli Jackson
as Second Lady Bidder
Brittany Shaw
as Salesgirl
Connor Gibbs
as Little Boy
Steve Stapenhorst
as County Judge
Kayley Stallings
as Little Girl
Aaron Todd Kessee
as First Crew Guy
Greg Wagrowski
as Mr. Morrissy
Kate Anthony
as Cindy Gelbertson
Khanya Mkhize
as First Crew Girl
Ed de Fusco
as Other Taxi Driver
Isabella Acres
as Other Child
Joseph Hunt
as Michael Gelbertson
Darlene Kegan
as TV Reporter
Matthew Lenhart
as Funeral Director
Shane Elliot
as 1st Fan
Scott Michael Morgan
as Security Guard
William Wolff
as Zoning Board Member
Skyler James
as Tearful Little Boy
Ivan Shaw
as Producer
Gattlin Griffith
as Matthew Gelbertson
John Kapelos
as Pauly Flores
Stephen Keys
as First Bodyguard
Al Damji
as Uniform Cop
Nicole Rubio
as Angry Mother
Joey Baldwin
as Young Clerk
Matt Gottlieb
as Photo Booth Clerk
Tony Forsyth
as Bomb Squad tech
Devon Kelly
as 1st Excited Fan
Rusty Burns
as 2nd Angry Mother
Tate Hanyok
as First Assistant
Jonathan Sayres
as Second Assistant
Marisa Tayui
as Japanese Reporter
Tina Kapousis
as Woman in Crowd
Stephen Williams
as Man in Crowd
Aaron McPherson
as First Paramedic
Stephen Williams
as Man in Crowd
Timothy Mclaughlin
as Magneri's Lawyer
Andy Kreiss
as Justin the Groom
Sarah Colonna
as Irate Mother
Tom McCafferty
as Uniform Cop
Christine Joaquin
as Hair Dye Customer
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Critic Reviews for Monk Season 6

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Shalhoub's excellent portrayal of the character allows us to appreciate the humor in Monk's personality disorder, while at the same time, also see Adrian Monk as a good man with a brilliant knack for crime investigation.

Sep 10, 2018 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

What keeps the show going is Tony Shalhoub, whose performance as the personally flawed but professionally brilliant Adrian Monk is so endlessly amusing.

Sep 10, 2018 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

Tired and stagnant... What once served to make Monk different from other shows, now makes it too similar to its own past.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…

The sixth season has been a pretty average one in our estimation, but the season finale changed things up.

Sep 10, 2018 | Rating: 7.7/10 | Full Review…

The return of Monk is always one of the highlights of summer, and this season's opener... is particularly entertaining thanks to a good guest-star turn by Sarah Silverman.

Sep 10, 2018 | Full Review…
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