The seventh season of Monk was originally broadcast in the United States on USA Network from July 18, 2008, to February 20, 2009. It consisted of 16 episodes. Tony Shalhoub, Traylor Howard, Ted Levine and Jason Gray-Stanford reprised their roles as the main characters. A DVD of the season was released on July 21, 2009.
Fed up with a noisy neighbor, Monk decides to move into a new house, where he encounters more than the usual pitfalls of home ownership.
Monk matches wits with a brilliant chess master who is suspected of murdering his wife.
When a television lottery hostess is murdered, Natalie takes her place and becomes a local celebrity, while Monk pursues the killer.
When a famous boxer’s life is threatened, Monk takes the case and finds himself in the middle of a championship fight.
Monk is terrified when he finds himself stuck on a submerged Navy submarine with a case to solve.
Monk insists that a beautiful murder suspect is innocent, despite mounting evidence against her. Is Monk’s attraction to the suspect clouding his judgment, or is there something more to the case?
A television news magazine profiles Monk as he pursues a serial killer for his one-hundredth case.
Monk visits a hypnotist and emerges to find that he’s acting like a six year-old. Will he snap out of it in time to find a famous actress who's been abducted?
When three homeless men seek out Monk's services at the holidays, Natalie convinces him to investigate the death of their friend.
When Monk's delinquent half-brother, Jack Jr., escapes from prison and breaks into Monk's apartment, he manipulates Monk into helping him find the person he claims framed him for murder.
When Natalie unwittingly helps a thief steal the bicycle of a biotech CEO, she ropes Monk into solving a crime straight out of "Encyclopedia Brown" -- until Monk learns the hard way how dangerous this thief really is.
While investigating a murder at a museum of oddities, Monk befriends a warm older woman, but he has trouble believing the friendship comes without a catch.
Monk has scored tickets to the biggest football game of the year, but he and Captain Stottlemeyer can't go inside until they figure out who tried to blow up a fan in the parking lot.
When a childhood bully who terrorized Monk hires the detective to trail his wife, whom he suspects of infidelity, Monk relishes the opportunity to prove him right — and things get even sweeter when the bully is accused of murder.
Monk goes head-to-head with a magician he suspects of murder.
When the parking garage where Monk's wife was killed is set for demolition, Monk intervenes — but soon finds himself investigating the disappearance of a city official key to preserving the garage.