Natalie Teeger's Point of View
So, we met the rival. He had those nasty blue eyes - as cold as Captain Stottlemeyer had tried to explain. He also had this swag as though he was superior to everyone present, and had warmly invited everyone inside, though without a single smile to Captain Stottlemeyer.
I know that Gus had the honour of telling the amazing tale on how Monk had discovered some very huge dirt on Captain Stottlemeyer's rival, whom the captain had very well-described to us, Director of the Supreme Court of California's Investigation Unit, Director Dixon. He had been rather mad. His look was seething with fury, blue ice-cold irises melting into burning red ones, a gaze worthy enough to make the hardiest person shudder.
Monk had his eyes fixed on the psych, Shawn. I would say that he is cute but Monk had more to say other than the fact that he was a inconsiderate breaker of rules on the streets. It was something more hurtful; it was that, Shawn the psych was not a psych.