The second season of Monk originally aired in the United States on USA Network from June 20, 2003 to March 5, 2004. It consisted of 16 episodes. Tony Shalhoub, Bitty Schram, Ted Levine, and Jason Gray-Stanford reprised their roles as the main characters. A DVD of the season was released on January 11, 2005.
Monk takes a job as a substitute high school teacher to determine whether a teacher's fall from a clock tower was really a suicide, or a lesson in murder.
Monk gives new meaning to the phrase "don't drink the water" when he travels to Mexico to investigate the mysterious demise of a skydiver who reportedly drowned to death... in mid-air.
When a ruthless CEO and his wife are lured to their deaths, Monk connects their murders to a baseball great and his quest for the homerun record.
When a circus ringmaster is murdered by a high flying daredevil, all leads point to his vengeful ex-wife. But how could the acrobatic ex have committed the crime with a broken foot?
Captain Stottlemeyer takes a page from the book of Monk in order to determine why any one would want to murder the world's oldest man.
Sharona's sister Gail lands a part in a local play that any actress would kill for. But when the actor playing her love interest literally dies on stage, the police are convinced she's taken her role a little too far.
Monk is convinced he knows who is behind a recent string of mail bombs that have been exploding around San Francisco. The only problem is his primary suspect... is in a coma.
When a high-powered magazine publisher chokes to death under mysterious circumstances, all clues lead to the infamous swinging party palace, The Sapphire Mansion. But while a weekend behind the gates of the legendary estate may be every man's fantasy, it's Adrian Monk's worst nightmare.
When a rash of murders sweeping the city goes unsolved, Monk is called upon to find a correlation with the victims and stop a killer before he strikes again.
When his paperboy is murdered, Monk turns to the pages of the newspaper for clues to solve the baffling crime.
What could possibly make a cherry pie worth killing for? Monk finds out, with a little help from his long-lost brother Ambrose.
Monk suspects the star of a hit TV crime show of killing his ex-wife. His only problem: the actor's rock solid alibi.
A law student promises to get Monk reinstated to the police force in exchange for his help in finding the kidnappers of her beloved grandmother.
When the Captain's wife falls victim to an apparent union dispute gone awry, it's up to Monk to find out what really happened and bring Stottlemeyer back from the brink.
It's unholy matrimony as Monk and Sharona pretend to be married to get the goods on a con man.
When a death-row inmate is murdered 45 minutes before his execution, Monk is brought in to find out why.