Post by missingmymoonlight on May 9, 2012 14:15:14 GMT -5
Hi. I am a new member and a little ill at ease as I've never been on any internet board. I guess I'll have to wing it! I'm glad to have found this site because frankly I was concerned I was obsessing a little too much about Maddie and Dave. MOONLIGHTING was and still is one of the best shows EVER.
Welcome, missingmymoonlight! So glad you found us...you are DEFINITELY not the only one who is obsessed...or repressed...or one of those 'essed' words. It's always fun to have someone new join the party!
Take a look around--there's lots of great info and discussions here. Enjoy!
Look forward to seeing your posts. Best, Jpen
"I don't want you losing any more sleep over me." "Believe me, if and when I ever find myself 'over' you, the last thing I'll be thinking about is sleeping."
Meanwhile, I forgot to post this.......I had to fill in at the cafeteria entrance the other day......a couple of kids tried to sneak in......we made them limbo back out under the stanchions, while we sang Limbo Rock......
"I don't have a disease...I have a difference of opinion." ~ Maddie Hayes
I would've too! I still cackle like crazy EVERY time that part comes up.
missingmymoonlight--hop on the welcome wagon...we'll take you for a spin! It seems overwhelming at first, but as David tells Barbara Wylie about hiring a detective agency, "Nuthin' to it." You'll get the hang
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"Lady gets in trouble, it's nice to know she has somebody to call"
Post by sarahfromsussex on Oct 7, 2013 19:02:15 GMT -5
Hi all! Just wanted to share my random ML moment today with you all! I was listening to the radio in my car to an increasingly boring political debate which culminated in someone saying "the thing that's wrong with society today is the "me me me me me" culture". I chuckled to myself, of course immediately bringing to mind a scene where the phrase "me me me me me" was uttered! Having had enough of the debate, I switched radio channels to a music station just in time to hear those image-stirring first drumbeats of the Ronettes' "Be My Baby"! How freaky is that!! Moonlighting is never far away is it?!!!