Red Bull Emsee stops in Atlanta, the home of esteemed rapper T.I., for the finale of its freestyle rap battle competition series.
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.
Mr. Monk And The Rapper: Monk is hired to clear the name of a famous rap star who is accused of murder.
Monk is hired to clear the name of a famous rap star who is accused of murder.
As the season winds down, the laughs don't in this episode as some old-timers try to get into a club.
While working in a restaurant that is the subject of a fraudulent expose by the National Observer, David Banner is included in a photograph taken in the establishment. Fearing exposure, he breaks into the publication's headquarters, giving McGee a face-to-face meeting with the Hulk.
While working in a disco, David Banner is drawn to an obviously troubled dancer. It soon is apparent that she was once a child with special meaning to him and is now being exploited by the unscrupulous owner of the dance palace. It takes the Hulk to free her from the owner, but Banner's compassion to help her overcome her own problem.
In the special two-part season premiere, David Banner finds romance and marriage with a lovely psychiatrist (guest star Mariette Hartley) who tries to cure the affliction which turns him into the Hulk whenever he gets agitated, while Banner tries to help her with her own burden. Continuing his search for relief from his malady, Banner journeys to Hawaii to enlist the expertise of Dr. Fields, who has developed new uses for hypnosis in therapy.
Working in a small bar on the Galveston, Texas waterfront, David Banner becomes involved in a battle for control of the local dock workers' union as two men vie for the presidency. The young widow of the union's last president, whose death remains an unsolved mystery, befriends David and when her life is endangered, the Hulk surfaces to resolve the past and present problems.
After David Banner does a favor for an attractive girl, he finds himself in the middle of a vendetta she is waging to get her father's tanker truck back from high-jackers. When he and the girl are trapped by the high-jackers, Banner's wrath transforms him into the Hulk for a confrontation with the huge diesel.
While working in a Las Vegas casino, David Banner aids an investigative reporter working on a gambling scandal and is put in the position of also helping his nemesis, McGee. When the reporter is injured in a murder attempt, he asks Banner to pass his information on to his friend McGee. Banner manages to avoid facing McGee, but, as the Hulk, ends up saving his life.
David Banner's search for a cure to the malady which turns him into a monstrous creature whenever he gets angry takes him to New York where he is unable to avoid his transformation after he gets involved in a Times Square skimming operation. While working in a Times Square arcade, Banner is warmly accepted by the owner and his daughter. The relationship is short lived after he has to resort to the Hulk to save his friends from a murder plot.
Scientist David Banner postulates a connection between superhuman strength and solar flares and tests the hypothesis on himself. Part 1 of 2.
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