by moonlightlady | 06:40 EDT, 29 Apr, 2008
This season has been AWESOME ALL AROUND. I think we can all choose which one was our favorite episode. We all can agree. Whichever one or two or three they were. We would have NO PROBLEM watching them over and over. I am so hoping for ANOTHER SEASON of Mo more
by eejohns | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
I'd heard that it was looking likely that there would be a second season but now I'm not so sure. Does anyone have any updates on which side it's favouring?
by caramelkrazy | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
I agree with colette. I just watched the very first episode and the dialogue was irksome. The Vamp P.I. has been seen before in a show like Angel, but the topic could still have enough juice to carry another show. I really wanted to be engaged in "Mo more
by finyda | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Moonlight is an extremely interesting show and seems to draws you in the more you watch on. I found the first few episodes rather slow and a little bit too formulated but the pace has definitely improved and the characters have become a lot more entertain more
by Rouge26 | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Okay, I just watched the first ep. Whooh... Guy's got a sexy voice. Can't quite remember where I've heard it before, though... The show seems to be very promising. Consider me a fan.
by legacy_user_ed45 | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Mick St. John is a hard core investigator, and uses his "natural" abilities to see the "true" crime. Moonlight is a must see, and airs the side of vampires at a new light, as they can walk in daylight without getting too toasty. Its ju more
by naivahsa | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
i had heard of moonlight by commercials on CBS but i never watched it before because i don't get the channel any more. I'm glad i finally decided to watch it is much better than i had expected.
by Moondancer | 19:00 EST, 31 Dec, 1969
Oh My! This episode was down right AWESOME! The romanticism of this episode pulled at my heart strings I damn near cried. The two vamps together for 150 yrs and he was not willing to exist without her and chooses to be executed with his wife. Mick refusin more