I'm onto the Lady in the Iron Mask! I think this is the episode that I've seen the most over the years - they used to have a VHS video with a very strange collection of episodes and this was the only one I kept on watching. Do you remember those dark days before DVD? Wasn't it awful!!
Having said that, I've always enjoyed this episode, even tho it has plot holes and I'm never actually sure when its Mr or Mrs Wylie dressing up. But hey, that doesn't matter as this is a really fun episode. I really love the scenes out in the desert looking for Frank, plus of course the chase scene at the end!
Look forward to your comments!
"You can lead a horse to water, but that doesn't make it a duck"
HI Mul. I never bought any of the VHS tapes that were out. I probably didn't even know there were any or I would have. I had the pilot episode on dvd before the seasons were released. The only vhs ones I had were ones that I taped from when bravo aired the show several years ago. When was that anyway? It's been more than 10 years for sure. Sooo glad to have the dvd's.
This is a very enjoyable episode. There are some sweet David and Maddie moments in this one. The last scene still gets me. So sweet. I like the scene in the desert too Mul. The conversation in the car is interesting. "No horizonti";D "There's no one I'd rather see die of thirst than you." Also love the little scene where they're hiding behind the newspapers. I get a little confused about who is dressing up at times too. But it's never really the cases we care about anyway is it.
Sorry, guys…I was out of town last week…I watched the episode last night.
I remember when I started watching “Moonlighting”, I thought it was a detective TV show. But somewhere in Season 2, I got curious about what’s going on between D&M rather than cases. Looking at those two is definitely fun and fascinating all the time. I agree with your comments, Mulberry and ryangie!
However, I love Season 2 very much because of the variety of cases and variety of fights and making ups. The cases pull out heated discussions between D&M, I think this is very clever. But sorry, I digress.
In this episode, I felt that their fight got edgy; she said she didn’t need him, it hurts. David’s statement, “Hey, we’re a team, Partners. Now. Forever. I mean that…” is so sweet, but he considered leaving Blue Moon for the first time.
So I love the last scene the most in this episode, Maddie’s attitude to apologize to David is graceful and David’s expression is impressive. Who could have such communication in a short scene! Brilliant! This is one of the reasons why I love Moonlighting so much!