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Just like the first puzzle (which is still active), here is another lateral puzzle based on an episode of Monk.

Why would Jenny confess to two very serious crimes when she had only committed one very trivial crime?
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Jenny is H/A/F?

Were both serious crimes commited by the same person? Did Jenny know who commited the crimes? Did she personally know the perpetrator(s)?

Was either of the serious crimes a murder? Rape? Kidnapping? Theft? Treason? Something else? Were both serious crimes commited at the same time? Was Jenny's trivial crime commited before both serious crimes? After? Between them? At the same time as one (or both) of them?

Was either of the serious crimes a consequence of the other? Of Jenny's crime? Was Jenny's crime a consequence of either of the serious crimes?
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Jenny is H/A/F? Yes

Were both serious crimes commited by the same person? FA Did Jenny know who commited the crimes? FA Did she personally know the perpetrator(s)? FA

Was either of the serious crimes a murder? Yes, but remember the FA Rape? Kidnapping? Theft? There is a better word to describe it, but it would be theft I suppose. Remember the FA, though. Treason? Something else? No to rest of this list Were both serious crimes commited at the same time? FA Was Jenny's trivial crime commited before both serious crimes? FA After? FA Between them? FA At the same time as one (or both) of them? Yope, FA

Was either of the serious crimes a consequence of the other? FA Of Jenny's crime? FA Was Jenny's crime a consequence of either of the serious crimes? Yope, FA
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Were two serious crimes committed? Was any of them committed? Did Jenny just make them up?
Did Jenny confess to her trivial crime?
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Were two serious crimes committed? NoWas any of them committed? Noish for the "theft" which could have a better word, straight no for the murder. Did Jenny just make them up? Yope
Did Jenny confess to her trivial crime? Eventually she did - explore this.
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(I'm concentrating on the other Monk puzzle, I don't think my brain will cope with two of these at once!
However, just to throw in a question...)

Was the confession to the non-trivial (and somewhat nonexistent) crimes used as an alibi for the actual crime committed?
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Did she confess to non-existent crimes in order to explain somehow the results of trivial crime? Did she want to protect an other person?
Would responsibility for the trivial crime have had very bad consequences for her?
Did she go to the police and inform them about non-existent crimes willingly? Or did the police come to her during an investigation?
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Did Jenny know, (or think) that the crimes were nonexistent when confessing to the Murder? and the "Theft" (Robbery? Theft of IP like Forgery? Or counterfitting?)
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Was the confession to the non-trivial (and somewhat nonexistent) crimes used as an alibi for the actual crime committed? No

Did she confess to non-existent crimes in order to explain somehow the results of trivial crime? No Did she want to protect an other person? No
Would responsibility for the trivial crime have had very bad consequences for her? No
Did she go to the police and inform them about non-existent crimes willingly? Yes Or did the police come to her during an investigation? No

Did Jenny know, (or think) that the crimes were nonexistent when confessing to the Murder? Yes and the "Theft" (Robbery? It was this. And yesish. Theft of IP like Forgery? Or counterfitting?)

Hint: It is highly unlikely Jenny, or anyone else, would actually be charged with the trivial crime she committed. Also, there are people on the internet debating whether it's even a crime.
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The trivial crime, does it have something to do with violation of someone's property? (intellectual property?) Damaging someone's health? Violation of someone's privacy?

Does this crime have a victim? Or is it something more like, for example, violation of a curfew?

Did Jenny commit this crime knowingly? Willingly? Is she aware that it's a crime?

Did Jenny intend for the authorities to discover that the crimes to which she confessed were non-existent? Did she intend for herself to be found guilty?

If Jenny hadn't confessed to these serious crimes, would something bad happen to her?
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Did she confess to non-existent crimes because she wanted to keep the trivial crime secret?
Did she confess to non-existent crimes because she wanted to go to jail? If that's the case, was she afraid of someone's revenge? Did she want an alibi?
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The trivial crime, does it have something to do with violation of someone's property? Yes (intellectual property?) Damaging someone's health? Violation of someone's privacy? No to the rest of these.

Does this crime have a victim? There seems to be a lot of debate about this on the internet, but assume yes. Or is it something more like, for example, violation of a curfew? Not this.

Did Jenny commit this crime knowingly? Willingly? Is she aware that it's a crime? Assume yes to all. But I have inadvertently committed similar crimes several times in the past, so you never know.

Did Jenny intend for the authorities to discover that the crimes to which she confessed were non-existent? Yes, eventually. Did she intend for herself to be found guilty? No

If Jenny hadn't confessed to these serious crimes, would something bad happen to her? No

Did she confess to non-existent crimes because she wanted to keep the trivial crime secret?
Did she confess to non-existent crimes because she wanted to go to jail? If that's the case, was she afraid of someone's revenge? Did she want an alibi? No to all
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HINT: Some wordplay was involved with Jenny's "confessions."
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Does the crime include damaging someone's property? Using it without permission? Stealing it?

Is the victim of this crime a person? An organization? Is the victim relevant for the puzzle? Does the victim know that a crime has been commited against her? Has there been more than one victim?

Did Jenny confess to the non-existent crimes within minutes of committing the trivial crime? Hours? Days? Months? Years? Did she commit the crime in the process of confessing?

Was Jenny's confession written? Spoken? Is it relevant?

Did Jenny intend for somebody apart from the police to see/hear her confession? Did she intend for someone to learn that she has been found not guilty of the crimes she had confessed to? Did she try to send a hidden message to someone via the confession? Was the confession actually a code? Could it be interpreted in more than one way?
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Does the crime include damaging someone's property? Using it without permission? Stealing it? This

Is the victim of this crime a person? An organization? this Is the victim relevant for the puzzle? Not really. Does the victim know that a crime has been commited against her? Possibly Has there been more than one victim? No

Did Jenny confess to the non-existent crimes within minutes of committing the trivial crime? Hours? Days? this Months? Years? Did she commit the crime in the process of confessing? No

Was Jenny's confession written? Spoken? this Is it relevant? Yes

Did Jenny intend for somebody apart from the police to see/hear her confession? Did she intend for someone to learn that she has been found not guilty of the crimes she had confessed to? Did she try to send a hidden message to someone via the confession? Was the confession actually a code? no to all Could it be interpreted in more than one way? Yope
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HINT: By confessing to the non-existent crimes, Jenny hoped to eventually commit another, far more serious crime. Also, the specific non-existent crimes are irrelevant, so I'm just going to tell you them so we can get off this line of questioning.

The first crime was "robbing a bank." In fact, she stole one of those pens they have out on the desk for you to sign deposit slips and checks. Apparently some people on the internet don't think this is a crime. I think it is if done intentionally, but if done unintentionally, it's not.

The second crime was "killing her roommate." In fact, she accidentally killed her pet hamster, which (AFAIK) is perfectly legal in California (where the show takes place.)
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The crime that Jenny hoped to eventually commit--was it:

Theft of some kind (burglary, robbery, etc.)?
Fraud of some kind?
Murder?
Assault?
Some other violent crime?
Some drug-related crime?

Would her motive for committing this "third" crime be financial? interpersonal (revenge, anger at someone, etc.)? just to see if she could get away with it?
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The crime that Jenny hoped to eventually commit--was it:

Theft of some kind (burglary, robbery, etc.)? This, no to the rest of this list.
Fraud of some kind?
Murder?
Assault?
Some other violent crime?
Some drug-related crime?

Would her motive for committing this "third" crime be financial? Probably this. interpersonal (revenge, anger at someone, etc.)? just to see if she could get away with it?
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Did she want to steal something from the police station? A prison? A courthouse?
Did she need to be in one of the places a prisoner is typically brought in order to pull off her burglary/robbery?
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Did she want to steal something from the police station? Yes A prison? No A courthouse? No
Did she need to be in one of the places a prisoner is typically brought in order to pull off her burglary/robbery? Not quite, but OTRT
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Did she want to steal from a specific police officer (or someone who works at the station)?
Did she want to 'steal' someone, aka help them break out of the station?
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Did she want to steal from a specific police officer (or someone who works at the station)? No.
Did she want to 'steal' someone, aka help them break out of the station? No.
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Was what she wanted to steal about the size of a car? A loaf of bread? A thumbdrive? A sheet of paper?
Did the item have great monetary value?
Was she stealing a piece of evidence?
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Was what she wanted to steal about the size of a car? A loaf of bread? A thumbdrive? This is closest A sheet of paper?
Did the item have great monetary value? Yes
Was she stealing a piece of evidence? In a way, but that's not why she wanted to steal it.
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Was the item a piece of technology? A precious stone/metal? Illegal drug? Legal drug?
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Was the item a piece of technology? A precious stone/metal? This Illegal drug? Legal drug? No to rest.
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Diamond? Piece of jewelry? Or something metal?
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Diamond? this Piece of jewelry? Or something metal?
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Is the diamond in the police station for safe-keeping? As a piece of evidence? Had someone stolen it before?
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Is the diamond in the police station for safe-keeping? Noish As a piece of evidence? No Had someone stolen it before? YES!
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Are the police aware the diamond is in the station? Had someone stolen it and left it hidden there? Did the original thief still have it on their person?
Did she know the original thief and they told her it was there? Did she figure it out on her own?
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Were the police aware the diamond was in the station?
Did the original thief leave it hidden in the station? Was the thief still in the station? Was it still on the original thief's person?
Did the original thief tell Jenny it was there? Did Jenny figure it out herself? Is the original thief dead, alive, in jail?
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Were the police aware the diamond was in the station? No
Did the original thief leave it hidden in the station? Yes Was the thief still in the station? Was it still on the original thief's person? No to these
Did the original thief tell Jenny it was there? Yes Did Jenny figure it out herself? Is the original thief dead, alive, in jail? Out on bail. But be careful of FA's.
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Oh duh. Is Jenny the original theif?
Do we need to guess where it's hidden? A vent, perhaps?
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Oh duh. Is Jenny the original thief? No
Do we need to guess where it's hidden? Yes A vent, perhaps? No
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Is Jenny relationship to the thief relevant? Family? Couple Friends? Co-criminals?

Is Jenny's motive for stealing relevant? Did she actually want to steal for finanancial gain? Was the thief making her steal the diamond? Through blackmail or threats?

Is the diamond is a spot where its visible, but no one notices? Like in a light or something similar? Is it in a stationary spot? Is nearer to the floor or ceiling?
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Is Jenny relationship to the thief relevant? Family? Couple Friends? Co-criminals? Boyfriend/girlfriend, and later co-criminals as well.

Is Jenny's motive for stealing relevant? No Did she actually want to steal for finanancial gain? Was the thief making her steal the diamond? Through blackmail or threats?

Is the diamond is a spot where its visible, but no one notices? Not quite. Like in a light or something similar? Is it in a stationary spot? Yes Is nearer to the floor or ceiling? Probably the floor.
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Is the diamond inside something? On the wall? Is it at all visible?
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Is the diamond inside something? Noish On the wall? No Is it at all visible? Not obviously so, but if you looked in the right place, it would be.
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Hint 2: Jenny actually had to confess to a "crime" in order to gain access to the diamond. Simply going down to the police station on some other premise wouldn't have worked.

EVEN BIGGER HINT: The original thief was NOT arrested for stealing the diamond. He was arrested for drug possession (though it's not particularly relevant what he was arrested for, only that it wasn't for stealing the diamond.)
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Was it in the interrogation room? Line-up room? Near a cop's desk? Prison cell?
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Was it in the interrogation room? YES!!!!! You're almost there. Line-up room? Near a cop's desk? Prison cell? No to rest.
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On the wall? In the light? Somwhere on the table? On a chair? Mirror? Window? Those handcuffs sometimes attached to the table?
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On the wall? No In the light? No Somwhere on the table? Noish or yope On a chair? Mirror? Window? Those handcuffs sometimes attached to the table? No to rest.
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Table leg?
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Table leg?No, but OTRT and getting closer (figuratively speaking, at least.)
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On the bottom of the table? Beneath one of the table legs?
Was it touching the table?
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On the bottom of the table? BINGO! Beneath one of the table legs?
Was it touching the table?


****SPOILER***

Jenny's boyfriend, a security guard at a museum, stole a rare, valuable diamond that was being displayed there. Unfortunately, he was arrested for drug possession before he could do anything with the diamond. He was interrogated first, and he knew that when he was booked, he would be searched and they would find the diamond. So, he took his gum and stuck it to the bottom of the table in the interrogation room, and stuck the gum to that.

The reason Jenny had to confess to multiple non-existent/petty "crimes" is because there was more than one interrogation room at the station. She never wound up in the right one before they caught her and found the diamond. Good job, everyone.
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Wow, surpised I've never seen this episode. Sounds like a good one. :-)
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Posted on Saturday, March 01, 2014 - 1:33 am:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

I believe it's called "Mr. Monk and the Big Reward".

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