Tag: USA Network
MONK’S VOODOO WOMAN
When voodoo dolls start popping up around San Francisco that seem to predict their recipients mystifying deaths, Monk is called in to find out who is behind the curse/scheme. When Natalie Teeger (played by Traylor Howard) receives a doll with its head chopped off, the case becomes personal – and Natalie is more than a little freaked out – and being rushed to the hospital as Monk (Tony Shalhoub) discovers the culprit. It was a fantastic episode, and now the exact voodoo doll Natalie received in season eight’s “Mr. Monk and the Voodoo Curse” is now available at VIP Fan Auctions. The prop was created by the production team and, as an added bonus, the winner of the auction will also receive three “A. Monk Private investigations” business cards. Place your bid today and click here to check out other prop and wardrobe auctions from Monk!
MR. MONK SHARES HIS SUIT
Brilliant! Sensational! Genius! During the eight-season run of Tony Shaloub’s Monk on the USA Network, these adjectives were inextricably linked to the series about the obsessive-compulsive former detective. Named on of Bravo’s 100 Greatest Television Characters of All-Time, Adrian Monk remains one of the most beloved germaphobes today – and now one fan has an opportunity to own a truly special piece of the series. VIP Fan Auctions is offering one of Monk’s suits – worn on-screen by Tony Shaloub. For the details on this amazing wardrobe item, click here. Just remember – if you are the lucky fan to win the auction, please keep the suit clean and free of germs. Unless I’m wrong, which, you know, I’m not… Mr. Monk wouldn’t be able to tolerate anything less. Place your bid today! You’ll thank me later.
LAW & ORDER’S ROCK STAR FROM MARS
Comedian Jay Mohr will reportedly play a Charlie Sheen-inspired warlock with Adonis DNA and tiger blood in an upcoming episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. TVLine reports that Mohr will play Nyle Brite – a lovable bad boy fashion designer with an unrepentant taste for drugs and partying with prostitutes (the episode centers on an apparent murder at one of Brite’s epic parties). The episode, titled “Rispetto,” airs later this season on USA. What do you think? Is this idea winning?