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  1. Feb 09, 2021 · I’d heard of Monk, but until COVID forced us to social distance, I had seen very few episodes. I first discovered Tony Shaloub when he acted on Wings, and he always made me laugh. I watched every episode of Monk at least once in 2020, and I decided it’d be fun to share some of my favorite quotes.

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  3. Nov 04, 2021 · The lively montage of the opening sequence in the chapter “Cindy Hawkins” (7×03) from Fear the Walking Dead (Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson, since 2015), which gives us the opportunity to know what happened to June (Jenna Elfman) and John Dorie Sr. (Keith Carradine) after the nuclear catastrophe, brings to mind the first and mind-boggling bars of the second season of Lost (J. J. Abrams ...

  4. Reverse Whodunnit: Like a number of Columbo episodes, Monk often figures out who the murderer is by the second act, or the killer's identity is revealed in the first scene, both, or some variation thereof; the kicker is Monk's proving HOW they did it or finding the evidence to prove what he knows happened.

  5. The Planispheric Disk was a map which contained coordinates to a place of infinite treasure and the crystal sarcophagus (holding the Evil Entity). It was used by the Spanish conquistadors to navigate unknown waters, or to hide their cargo. There was one in Crystal Cove that had been divided into pieces, which were sought after by several factions (including Professor Pericles, Fred Jones, Sr ...

  6. The only episodes where Flippy dies are Happy Trails Pt. 2: Jumping the Shark, Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow, Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy Part II), Without a Hitch, and Breaking Wind (Debatable). Notes. Flippy wears Sergeant stripes in the show but first flipped out when he was a Private, meaning his flip-outs are not the reason he left the army.

  7. In the first he is represented as a monk to symbolize slothful and degenerate clergy of the period; in one episode of Ysengrimus he is tricked into becoming a monk by Reynard the Fox’s report of the good food in monasteries. While Isengrim is being tonsured and ordained with blows and insults, Reynard goes to his house and possesses his wife.

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