If last season (and the last parts of the season before) left you wanting to run away from Showtime's Homeland, the good news is that it's safe to come back. The show may never again achieve the intensely suspenseful and emotional heights of year one, with its psychosexual tango between Carrie and the enigmatic war hero/possible terrorist tool Brody, and I'm still not convinced that basket-case analyst Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) should be posted anywhere hotter than Antarctica. But this Emmy-winning international spy thriller suddenly feels much more topical and urgent again in its fourth season, where the only remaining remnant of the Brody storyline is the infant daughter — a ginger baby, naturally (hauntingly Damian Lewis in aspect) — whom Carrie bore after witnessing the father's cruel fate.
After a long night of partying, superstar rapper Extra Large ducks into his limousine to escape the questions of a determined reporter. He escapes the questions, but can't escape the bomb planted underneath his car. Later that morning at Monk's apartment, Monk and Natalie are setting Monk's clocks forward for daylight savings time when Murderuss (Snoop Dogg), Extra Large's chief rival in the world of rap, pays them a visit. Murderuss is afraid that he will be blamed for Extra Large's death, so he wants to hire Monk to clear his name. Monk unwittingly accepts the job. watch
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Mr. Monk And The Rapper: Monk is hired to clear the name of a famous rap star who is accused of murder. watch