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"Monk" Mr. Monk and the Missing Granny (TV Episode 2004) Poster

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Character error 

[9:24], while talking to Sharona about law school and her parents, Julie Pario (Rachel Dratch) is startled by the phone ringing before it actually starts to ring.
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Lt. Disher reveals that he is allergic to cats, and if a cat has been in a house within a year, he gets his allergies. But in Monk: Mr. Monk and the Sleeping Suspect(#2.7) when they are visiting Amanda Babbage's house, a cat runs by Disher, and he doesn't react. In Monk: Mr. Monk Bumps His Head(#4.11) at the end, Cora Little is holding her cat and standing just a few feet from Disher, and he doesn't react.
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Continuity 

When Mr. Monk is first shown, in closeup he is cutting up the right side of a coupon, but when the shot changes to a wide angle, he is cutting a different coupon along the bottom on a different page.
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[11:48]At the homeless shelter, we glimpse Lt. Disher, disguised as a bag lady wearing a gray vest, being served ahead of the old man who doesn't want any gravy. Then Lt. Disher wearing a purple vest is served after the the old man.
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When Monk takes his police uniform out of his closet, there is only one uniform, and all the jackets in the closet are turned facing to his right. However, in the scenes during Season 1's opening theme, there are two uniforms, and all the jackets are turned facing Monk's left.
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Factual errors 

Julie can't remember whether forgery is a "Class B" or "Class C" felony. California doesn't classify felonies, and forgery can be prosecuted or punished as either a misdemeanor or a felony.
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