The X-Files (2000) – Hollywood A.D., and Fight Club

David Duchovny writes and directs Hollywood A.D., that sees Mulder (Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) being misinterpreted on the big screen. First airing on 30 April, 2000, the agents find themselves involved in a strange case involving an item known as the Lazarus Bowl, which may have the words Christ spoke to raise Lazarus from…

Moonlighting (1989) – Shirts and Skins, and Take My Wife, For Example

Roger Director pens the first episode up this week, that just writing the blurb for feels like entering a dangerous moment. First airing on 17 January, 1989, this story feels like a precursor to the #MeToo movement, and I’m a little anxious about seeing how it plays out. The Blue Moon Detective Agency investigates the…

Moonlighting (1988) – Fetal Attraction, and Tracks of My Tears

Hey look, we’re on episode nine of season four of Moonlighting, and our leads Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) and David (Bruce Willis) still aren’t sharing a scene together. Fetal Attraction was written by Charles H. Eglee and Roger Director from a story by Ron Osborn, Jeff Reno and Kerry Ehrin. It first debuted on 19 January,…

Moonlighting (1987/1988) – Father Knows Last, and Los Dos Dipestos

Will Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) and David (Bruce Willis) share a scene together this week? Let’s find out! First up is Father Knows Last, written by Kerry Ehrin, this episode first aired on 15 December, 1987. While Maddie deals with morning sickness, the Blue Moon Detective Agency is on the verge of being shut down, it’s…

Moonlighting (1987) – Cool Hand Dave: Part 1 & 2

Tired of waiting for Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) to return, David (Bruce Willis) flies to Chicago to confront her, after Agnes (Allyce Beasley) spills the pregnancy news to Bert (Curtis Armstrong) who in turn shares it with David. The episode aired on 17 November, 1987, and was written by Roger Director and Charles H. Eglee. Unfortunately,…

Moonlighting (1987) – Take a Left at the Altar, and Tale in Two Cities

Karen Hall pens this episode in the seemingly never-ending drama between David (Bruce Willis) and Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) now that they’ve slept together. Take a Left at the Altar debuted on 13 October, 1987, and sees David and the Blue Moon Detective Agency taking a case that involves a missing groom on the day of…