"The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice."
Filmed in Black and White and featuring Cybill Sheperd belting out "Blue Moon"
and "I Told You I Love You, Now Get Out!", this episode was introduced by Orson Welles.
Welles died a few days after the episode aired on the ABC network.
The DVD also features a commentary by Bruce Willis on the episode, "My Fair David."
Irwin Keyes portrays a hooligan in this episode.
Willis comments on the film noir aspects of that particular episode.
It is easy to remember that "Moonlighting" thrived on being a Preston Sturges screwball comedy,
these two episodes also lay the seeds to Bruce Willis involvement in future noir epics like