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The topic of this article may not meet the general notability guideline. Please help to establish notability by adding reliable, secondary sources about the topic. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. (March 2009) "Mr. Monk Gets Drunk" Monk episode Monk and Natalie talk to Al Nicoletto (who is using an alias name) Episode no. Season 4 Episode 5 Directed by Andre Belgrader Written by Dan Schofield Production code T-2355 Original air date August 5, 2005 Guest stars Daniel Roebuck as Larry Zweibel/Ben Gruber Paul Ben-Victor as Al Nicoletto Peggy Miley as Mrs. Sylvia Willis Larry Clarke as Rudy Schick Season 4 episodes July 2005 – March 2006 "Mr. Monk and the Other Detective" "Mr. Monk Goes Home Again" "Mr. Monk Stays in Bed" "Mr. Monk Goes to the Office" "Mr. Monk Gets Drunk" "Mr. Monk and Mrs. Monk" "Mr. Monk Goes to a Wedding" "Mr. Monk and Little Monk" "Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa" "Mr. Monk Goes to a Fashion Show" "Mr. Monk Bumps His Head" "Mr. Monk and the Captain's Marriage" "Mr. Monk and the Big Reward" "Mr. Monk and the Astronaut" "Mr. Monk Goes to the Dentist" "Mr. Monk Gets Jury Duty" Episode chronology ← Previous "Mr. Monk Goes to the Office" Next → "Mr. Monk and Mrs. Monk" Monk (season 4) List of Monk episodes "Mr. Monk Gets Drunk" is the fifth episode of the fourth season of Monk, and is the 50th episode overall.[1][2] It aired on August 5, 2005. Plot synopsis At a hotel in New York City, mob accountant Rudy Schick is in trouble. His partner Ben Gruber (Daniel Roebuck) has skipped town with over $3 million in mafia money from Miami, and now Al Nicoletto (Paul Ben-Victor), a contract killer, is looking to re-collect the cash. All Schick knows is that Gruber is hiding somewhere in California, near San Francisco. Unfortunately, that information isn't enough for Nicoletto, who shoots Rudy and then sets out for California in search of the money. Adrian Monk, in the meanwhile, goes to a winery with Natalie Teeger for his anniversary, where he and Trudy honeymooned. As they check in, he apologizes to resort owner Sylvia Willis about the events of last year. When Natalie asks about what happened last year, Sylvia explains that they had hired some actors who were going to act out a murder set in the late 1940s for a whole weekend. Everyone paid in advance for three days, but Monk solved the case in 12 minutes (Monk explains that he knew that the general's daughter was lying about meeting Winston Churchill because Churchill wasn't knighted until 1953, which meant that the limping chauffeur who supplied her alibi was also lying, meaning that they were lovers who were planning to kill the Sultan), and so they had to refund everyone's money and now Sylvia has a rule: no mysteries when Monk is here. Over dinner, Monk meets Ben Gruber, who is using the alias name of 'Larry Zweibel'. Monk appears tipsy after a single sip of wine, and Gruber invites him to come to his room the next morning for a sure-fire hangover cure. Before Monk goes upstairs, the waiter takes a group picture that includes Gruber. Gruber then sits down to join a poker game with the hotel's other guests. The next morning, Monk is indeed hungover, and decides to take Gruber up on his offer. But when he and Natalie go to the room Gruber said he was in, another man is there, and does not know who Monk is talking about. None of the other guests, nor the owner, remember any such man, and Natalie suspects that he was a figment of Monk's imagination, brought on by drunkenness. Everyone else says that Monk was alone at a table that night and invented Zwibel in his imagination as a result of the drunkenness, effectively, Monk was talking to a chair. Monk, however, insists that he met the man and continues searching the hotel for him. Then Natalie sees that "Larry Zweibel" is the signature on a painting in the lobby, and believes that Monk made him up. Doubting his own sanity, Monk prepares to leave the resort, drive back to San Francisco and see Dr. Kroger. Al Nicoletto arrives at the winery asking if they've seen his brother. He shows them a picture, and Monk recognizes the man in the picture as Larry. Nicoletto says that "Larry," whose real name is Ben Gruber, stole some money from the bank where he worked, and the brother is trying to convince him to turn himself in and return the money, in exchange for a lenient sentence. In reality, Gruber and Rudy Schick had stolen $3.1 million from an organized crime family in Miami, and Nicoletto, after having killed Rudy Schick, has tracked Gruber to this winery. Monk figures out quickly that the man is not who he says he is, because Gruber spoke Spanish, and Nicoletto doesn't understand Spanish, not to mention that they don't look alike and Nicoletto uses the word "soda" while Gruber used "pop" when he talked to Monk. Monk has Natalie break into his car while he keeps him busy. Unfortunately for Monk, keeping Nicoletto busy involves drinking enough wine to get Monk extremely inebriated again. In the car, Natalie finds identification with Nicoletto's real name, and, having found this out, she calls Captain Stottlemeyer. Just as she returns to Monk, Nicoletto figures out that they're on to him, and forces them into the bottling room at gunpoint. However, they manage to overpower him. When Natalie mentions how the encounter almost gave her a heart attack, things start clicking in Monk's mind, as he has solved the case. Captain Stottlemeyer and Lieutenant Disher arrive and take Nicoletto into custody, as he is wanted by the FBI for a string of crimes which include the murder of Gruber's partner in New York City. Disher tells Stottlemeyer that Monk, still very drunk, is giving the summation in the hotel living room. Here's What Happened While it takes Monk a few tries to get it right, he summarizes the case: Monk went to bed around 10:00 PM, and Gruber was playing poker with the other guests. After a few hands of poker, Ben Gruber AKA Larry Zweibel went back to his room for more cash, and suddenly died of a heart attack. The other guests, along with the hotel owner and one of the waiters, came up to check on him, and found him dead, with a suitcase full of money open beside him. This had been the money that Nicoletto was searching for when he arrived. Knowing that eventually the police and FBI might come looking for the money, they decided to divide the money among themselves, and then claim that he had never existed. They hid the body, junked Gruber's car, removed his name from the guest register, reshot the group photo without Gruber, and collectively denied that he had ever been there. One of the guests happens to be a psychiatrist, and points out that the police have found neither the body nor the money, and so the more likely explanation is that Monk has invented a conspiracy theory to explain his drunken hallucination. The police start to let the guests depart, when suddenly, Natalie notices a strange taste in the new house wine she has been drinking. Stottlemeyer recognizes the aftertaste as Aqua Velva aftershave, something that Monk remembers Gruber as reeking of. Armed with this clue, the police break open a wine vat and find Gruber's body inside. The guests and hotel staff are arrested, though Stottlemeyer predicts they will receive light sentences. Natalie prepares to drive Monk home as he is sleeping off his drunkenness. She apologizes for not believing him. The episode is based on an urban legend. A mother and daughter go to Paris in a hotel, but the mother comes down with a sudden illness. The daughter is sent to get a fake medicine. When she returns, everyone denies that they were ever there. The daughter eventually learns that the mother had come down with a form of the plague, and the hotel staff knew it would be an epidemic if it ever got out, so they disposed of the mother, who had already died, and pretended they never knew the mother and daughter. External links ^ "Mr. Monk Gets Drunk" at ^ "Mr. Monk Gets Drunk" at the Internet Movie Database v · d · eMonk episodes (Note: Not all Monk episodes are listed here) Season 1 "Mr. Monk and the Candidate" • "Mr. Monk and the Psychic"  • "Mr. Monk Meets Dale the Whale" • "Mr. Monk and the Red-Headed Stranger" • "Mr. Monk and the Airplane" Season 2 "Mr. Monk Goes Back to School" • "Mr. Monk Goes to the Theater"  • "Mr. Monk and the Sleeping Suspect" • "Mr. Monk Meets the Playboy" • "Mr. Monk and the Three Pies" • "Mr. Monk Goes to Jail" Season 3 "Mr. Monk Takes Manhattan" • "Mr. Monk and the Employee of the Month"  • "Mr. Monk Takes His Medicine" • "Mr. Monk and the Red Herring" • "Mr. Monk vs. the Cobra"  • "Mr. Monk and the Election" Season 4 "Mr. Monk and the Other Detective" • "Mr. Monk Gets Drunk"  • "Mr. Monk and Mrs. Monk"  • "Mr. Monk Bumps His Head"  • "Mr. Monk and the Big Reward"  • "Mr. Monk Goes to the Dentist"  • "Mr. Monk Gets Jury Duty" Season 5 "Mr. Monk Can't See a Thing"  • "Mr. Monk, Private Eye"  • "Mr. Monk and the Class Reunion"  • "Mr. Monk Gets a New Shrink"  • "Mr. Monk Goes to a Rock Concert"  • "Mr. Monk Meets His Dad"  • "Mr. Monk and the Leper"  • "Mr. Monk Is At Your Service" Season 6 "Mr. Monk and the Rapper"  • "Mr. Monk and the Bad Girlfriend"  • "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night" • "Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa Claus"  • "Mr. Monk Is On The Run" Season 7 "Mr. Monk Buys a House" • "Mr. Monk Is Underwater"  • "Mr. Monk's 100th Case"  • "Mr. Monk Gets Hypnotized" • "Mr. Monk and the Miracle" • "Mr. Monk's Other Brother" • "Mr. Monk on Wheels"  • "Mr. Monk and the Lady Next Door"  • "Mr. Monk and the Magician" Season 8 "Mr. Monk Is Someone Else"  • "Happy Birthday, Mr. Monk"  • "Mr. Monk and Sharona"  • "Mr. Monk Is the Best Man"  • "Mr. Monk and the Badge" • "Mr. Monk and the End" v · d · eMonk Episode list (Season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) • Awards • Quotes Characters Adrian Monk • Sharona Fleming (seasons 1-3) • Natalie Teeger (seasons 3-8) • Leland Stottlemeyer • Randy Disher Creator Andy Breckman Other Cast list • Novel series • Soundtrack • It's a Jungle Out There • Character family trees