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Mr. Monk, please. Julie loves you, you know that. You're like family.
Natalie, I can't, I-I just can't! Why don't you ask the Captain, or anybody else? When it comes to this particular issue... I am probably the least qualified person in North America.
That's what makes you perfect! You waited for Trudy, you were faithful, you respected her! You're a wonderful role model!
...in this particular case.
Hey, man. What's going on? (Stork shows him a copy of the Trafalgar band's CD) Where'd you get that?
Disk jockey I know. They sent him an advanced copy.
You like that cover? That was my idea.
Stealing my credit, stealing my song. Was that your idea, too?
What? You're name is not on there?
No, don't give me that! "Peggy's Gone to Memphis, Words and Music by Kris Kedder." You know you told me that if I kept my mouth shut, and I was a good boy, that you'd take care of me. I guess you figure I'm just some dumb roadie that you can rip off and nobody's going to care.
Okay Stork, my man. Let's just relax. I was going to talk to you about this. (pause) I'm going to offer you five grand.
(scoffs) Five grand for a hit song?
Look dude, you've got talent. You co-wrote a great song, but you don't understand how the business works.
I didn't co-write *anything*. I wrote that song! Every note, every line! I let you take half-credit because you said that it would jump-start my career.
Okay, I'll call you back. I'll call you back. Okay.
St. Claire just issued another statement.
Is he blaming us?
Not yet. Just rah-rah stuff. He will not be silenced. He will not be intimidated.
He will be blaming us soon enough. Everybody does sooner or later. We gotta make a statement too. Is the press here? Who's here?
The girl from channel 3.
The pretty one? (starts to check his hair)
No, the other one.
Good. Who do you want on camera?
Me. I'll do it. I think it'll reassure people to see me taking point.
Anything on the shooter? Say yes.
The forensic boys are still on site, but nothing so far.
Oh, Sheldon Burger, who let you off your leash?
I just came from the hospital. Bodyguard didn't make it. Mayor's on his way back from Sacramento. Look, I don't have to tell you, Captain. We're on a bus to hell.
If we don't slam dunk this, it's gonna look like we're not trying.
I'm not an idiot, Sheldon! I've got every available man on the case.
No, you don't. Mayor wants you to bring in... your old friend.
(in disbelief) Monk?
(looks out his window at the gathered reporters) Look at them out there. Trying to get a picture of a killer cop. (angrily closes the blinds) Too bad I can't charge them rent. Did you talk to them?
I just told them I was a friend.
Thanks for lying. You know. I don't hold what you did against...
Why would you? I told the truth.
From your point of view.
I was there, Lieutenant. I saw what you did.
It was resisting arrest.
I was there.
Well, that makes your being here now mean even more. You know what really kills me about this is, uh, I'm supposed to testify against Stokes next week. Best thing I ever did was getting that butcher off the street and now he's gonna walk.
Why would he walk?
He claims that I beat a confession out of him. This makes his case. (Monk peels some paper towels) What are you doing?
If you don't mind, it helps him think.
Oh, knock yourself out.
Wanna tell me what happened on the Ferris wheel?
Yeah, that was stupid. I get a call from this punk, Gitomer.
You knew him?
No, I never met him. I checked him out. He's got some punk stuff-possessions, stolen vehicle. So, he wants to meet at the carnival-busy place, a lot of people.
Meet about what?
He's got something on a shipment of purple haze. So, we meet. He starts hemming and hawing and then he says that he'll talk, but only up on the Ferris wheel.
The Ferris wheel's his idea?
Oh, yeah. His idea. So, we get on. I don't get out word one, he goes postal.
You didn't do anything?
(lifts his hand) Hand to God. He starts throwing himself around. He's screaming. "Help! Help! He's gonna kill me!" So, the operator shuts down the rig. I get off. I walk 10 feet, I hear screaming, I turn around and there's Gitomer on the deck, with a knife in his chest.
Whose knife was it?
Not a clue.
Miss Bronwynn, this is not a penitentiary. You have to let these people come and go.
I'm gonna let them go, Tony, as soon as we check out Room 401.
Do you know who is in Room 401? John Fenimore. The C.O.O. of the third largest brokerage house on the West Coast. He brings his staff here every year for a conference. How do we know the boy just didn't make it up?
Oh, no. He's-he's a good boy. He doesn't lie.
All children lie.
Not him. Not to me.
Well, of course, you would say that. You're his father.
I'm not his father. His mother works for me.
Tony Landis, this is Adrian Monk. Adrian is a former homicide detective. I just talked to his Captain in Frisco. He says we're lucky to have him.
Miss Bronwyn, these people are on vacation.
Okay, Tony. Tell you what. Why don't you let 'em out and then you can tell the victim's family and the police why you let the murderer go?
Fine. Check it out. As discreetly and quickly and discreetly as possible.
You-you said discreetly twice. (starts to fix Tony's collar)
Exactly. In fact, I'll say it again. Discreetly.
All right, listen up! We figure he's got about 40 minutes of air, if he's not panicking... figure on 15 minutes.
I'm the Garfunkel.
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