Here's a cable television that, by word of mouth, is really gaining in popularity..... It scores a bullseye by combining interesting crime stories with humor.
When you have that combination and it works, you have a winner.
Monk's comedy, despite what the producers say, is really making fun of people who have compulsive-obsessive disorders (OCD)., but not in a mean-spirited manner.
Adrian Monk (Tony Schaloub) and his many phobias are what make us laugh.
Most people don't function well in a dysfunctional environment, but Caruso loved it because he was the source of all the discontent, and it empowered him.'After his first season - the hot-tempered redhead demanded '0K per episode, Fridays off, a 38ft trailer, an office suite on the lot, two Manhattan hotel suites when on location, a dozen first-class plane tickets, and additional security to shield him from his adoring public.'When Bochco refused, Caruso got his contracted ,500 per episode for four final episodes and then promptly 'left the set, the stage, and the lot' without saying thanks or goodbye to his cast and crew.
Tense: NYPD Blue creator Steven Bochco (R) called the 60-year-old Golden Globe winner (L) 'cancerous' and 'impossible' and revealed David thought he was 'too good for TV' while playing Detective John Kelly on the ABC series (pictured in 1994) The 72-year-old showrunner wrote in his memoir Truth Is a Total Defense: 'Caruso's behavior was, simply put, cancerous.
The catalyst for this storyline was planted earlier in the season, when Calleigh helped a pre-teen boy and his sister with the transition to foster care after she put their father in prison. “But it’s definitely along the lines of, ‘I’m willing to commit to taking this on with you, if you want me to.'” Again with the “if you want me to”! “We have been [CSIs] together for 10 years, so it would nice to see that familiarity at work and then to have a relationship along with it.” Adds Rodriguez: “I’m hoping that it goes somewhere, that it’s not what we’ve typically done in the past, just nibbling at things and never really taking a bite.
Horatio investigates the murder of a model intentionally run down outside of a Miami hotel by a driver who fled the scene.
When the evidence leads to a suspect, governmental red tape puts an unexpected twist on the proceedings.
Horatio and Yelina begin to confront their feelings for one another.
When a teen tennis phenom is abducted from her bedroom, the investigation leads to the waterways when a girl's arm is recovered in the belly of an alligator.