The day we hoped would never come — Reviewing ‘Mr. Monk and the End’

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Hold on there, partner! Circa October 5, 2006, über-finicky San Francisco private detective Adrian Monk, brilliantly portrayed by Tony Shalhoub, sports his favorite gray tweed suit. Photography by Andrew Eccles / USA Network
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Circa May 2002, Tony Shalhoub peers through an obfuscated window publicizing the debut season of “Monk.” Photography by Andrew Eccles / USA Network / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
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As gentle, often irritating obsessive compulsive gumshoe Adrian Monk, veteran actor Tony Shalhoub nabbed three Emmys and a Golden Globe. Image Credit: USA Network
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Tony Shalhoub, Ted Levine, Jason Gray-Stanford, and Traylor Howard illustrate the latter-day cast of the brilliant comedy-mystery series “Monk” circa 2005. Image Credit: USA Network
Click to hear Randy Newman, whose music resembles New Orleans R&B and traditional pop, effectively deliver the Emmy Award-winning “When I’m Gone,” an exclusive song written for “Monk’s” series finale. Video Credit: YouTube user McZomb Moosic

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