I've never seen the show, so I and going in blindly...
Attention readers: I have been implementing a system that is nothing more than a note to myself; for cues that I want to include in a suite one day, for now on I will denote them with ^ symbol. It has no special meaning to anyone else but myself. No, the lack of an up arrow symbol doesn't mean the cue is bad (it just may have too much SFX or FX for suite use or just isn't worth my time to edit and include). Hence forth this system will be in all future threads and pre-exiting threads that I go back to for missed episodes. Anything in ( ) are just notes to the arrow and you need not bother with that. The system does not mean that I will make a suite or that one has been made, it's simply for my own reference if and when I do decide to.
Payphone exchange: "Hello? This is Chester." (dressed like a old-west man while "Gunsmoke" parody theme music plays) Davey: "This is Dave Jones. We've got a serious problem." "Problem, huh? I better get Mr. Dillon." Davey: "Marshal Dillon?" "No, Bob Dillon; he can write a song about your problems."
I used to love watching this show every weekend as a kid! MeTv recently had it on every Sat afternoon a couple years back (2019-2020) but have since taken it off. They did do a Monkees marathon all day one Saturday this past June to kick-off their annual 'Summer of Me', but it's not part of their current regular lineup of shows.
14:19 in. Wonderful montage cue that begins with some sad music and then goes into wonderful arrangements of Christmas classics. Over three minutes long. After a few seconds, there's some more (short) Christmas music.^
The cast is on screen during the end credits and they say the names of some of them. At one point one of the Monkee's shouts, "Hi, Stu!", so I guess we see Stu Phillips there. Maybe when Stu finally see this thread, he can take a look and point out himself. Somewhere after 23:40 into the video.
During the first season of the show, an hour-long special titled "33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee" aired. Originally intended to be three specials, the first one bombed and no more were made. It featured no score and was comprised of songs. The episode is in the season two Archive after the final episode.
And there was a revival attempt with a short-lived series called "New Monkees" in 1987. It lasted thirteen episodes. It was scored by Peter D. Kaye and Mark Leggett.
Then an oddity was released in 1997 -- a feature-length TV movie with, as IMDb describes it, the premise that the original 1966 series never ended and this was a continuation thirty years later. Called "Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees", it was scored by Misha Segal.
I have no plans to cover the scoring from any of these.