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    Smile Monk

    Does anyone else watch this show?
    I have been completely obsessed with it since watching a marathon of it some time back. I have watched almost every episode & record them all on my DVR. LOL.

    I love that it's funny, mysterious, the main chracter cracks me up and am also a big fan of Randy Disher. Tony Shalhoub plays him so well. I have a bit of OCD so I can relate to this guy (but not anywhere near as bad).

    Anyone else love this show?

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    LOVE LOVE LOVE it.
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    ^^me too!!! It's great
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    I do! I love it, it's endearingly cute, and I love the little mystery plots. He is so neurotic, it's funny.

    Plus I love that they film in San Francisco, it's so beautiful there, and I love spotting locations I've been at.

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    I love this show and have watched it since it started. Randy is crazy!!!
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    I like Randy, he's goofy!

    I kinda miss Sharona, she would kick his ass every once in a while and force him to confront his neurotic tendencies sometimes. Though this new girl (I forget her name?) is starting to grow on me too. I always remember her as Joy on that short-lived sitcom Boston Commons.

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    I miss Sharona too...the chemistry between her and monk was great

    I love Captain Stottlemeyer as well, and it cracks me up that he was the killer in Silence of the Lambs...
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    ^^Wait, WHAT?? Nuh-uh!?

    *scrambles off to IMDB*

    --EEEEEEEEEEEK!! It's true! Gross! With the tucking and the everything?!?!? OMG!

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    After his terrifying turn as "Buffalo Bill" in The Silence of the Lambs (1991), he's had some trouble getting parts other than sadistic psychopaths. He generally tries to choose parts more along the lines of ordinary family men and unfriendly co-workers to get away from the creepy shadow of "Buffalo Bill".
    I still can't believe it. I demand pictures.

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    Found some myself. He just does NOT look anything like Buffalo Bill. Totally different person than Capt. Stottlemeyer.




    *cries*

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    I love the show Monk. My brother and I have been fans ever it came out and have collected all the dvds.
    I was also a part of the live Monk chat today, even though I got there a bit late. So, that was fun.

    And I love the 'Ask Disher' section...great tips. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    ^^Wait, WHAT?? Nuh-uh!?

    *scrambles off to IMDB*

    --EEEEEEEEEEEK!! It's true! Gross! With the tucking and the everything?!?!? OMG!

    IMDB:

    I still can't believe it. I demand pictures.
    Silence of the Lambs is one of my favorite movies, I've seen it over and over again, and the voice is a permanent imprint in my brain. My mom was watching Monk one day and I was doing stuff around the house. I heard that actor speaking and ran into the room to check it out, his voice is still exactly the same. It's the reason I can't watch Monk. I see Buffalo Bill in that role and it creeps me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    ^^Wait, WHAT?? Nuh-uh!?

    *scrambles off to IMDB*

    --EEEEEEEEEEEK!! It's true! Gross! With the tucking and the everything?!?!? OMG!

    IMDB:

    I still can't believe it. I demand pictures.

    I love when actors can do these opposite type roles....Stottlemeyer is such a lovable character, and Bill was terrifying


    like Joe Pesci, who's a stone psycho in Goodfellas, but is hilarious in My Cousin Vinny
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    my sisters watch reruns of this all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    I like Randy, he's goofy!

    I kinda miss Sharona, she would kick his ass every once in a while and force him to confront his neurotic tendencies sometimes. .
    HAHA! Sharona was my favorite with Monk! She always put him in his place!

    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    I love Captain Stottlemeyer as well, and it cracks me up that he was the killer in Silence of the Lambs...
    I never ever knew this!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is crazy!



    I love that I'm not alone in my love for Monk!

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    Dr. Kroger died

    I wonder what the show will do. He was such a major part of Monk's life.

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    TV REGULAR: Stanley Kamel recently played a psychiatrist on the USA network’s “Monk.”


    Stanley Kamel, 65; veteran TV character actor



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    TV REGULAR: Stanley Kamel recently played a psychiatrist on the USA network’s “Monk.”


    [COLOR=#999999! important]From a Times Staff Writer
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    Stanley Kamel, a veteran character actor who appeared most recently in the USA television network series "Monk" as detective Adrian Monk's psychiatrist, has died. He was 65.

    Kamel was found dead of a heart attack Tuesday at his Los Angeles home by his longtime agents and friends Donna Massetti and Marilyn Szatmary, publicist Cynthia Snyder said Wednesday in a statement.

    Often cast as unsavory characters in TV dramas, Kamel got attention as the suicidal Bruce Teller in the Fox prime-time soap "Melrose Place" in 1994, Dylan McKay's scheming father-in-law Tony Marchette in Fox's "Beverly Hills, 90210" in 1995 and creepy psychiatrist Dr. Graham Lester in the ABC crime series "Murder One" in 1995-96.

    He also had a memorable role as Mark Gilliam, an activist attorney with AIDS, on "L.A. Law."

    Born Jan. 1, 1943, in New Brunswick, N.J., Kamel attended Boston University and studied with noted acting coach Sanford Meisner.

    Kamel acted in off-Broadway productions and got his first TV role in the early 1970s playing Eric Peters in the NBC daytime drama "Days of Our Lives."

    He moved on to prime-time television with numerous roles in episodic series, including "Cagney & Lacey," "Hunter" and "Hill Street Blues."

    Kamel had roles in movies and occasionally returned to the stage, including a 2000 production of "Laura" at the Tiffany Theatre in West Hollywood.

    Survivors include two brothers, Stephen and Robert.

    Stanley Kamel, 65; veteran TV character actor - Los Angeles Times

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