Shepherd and "Moonlighting" creator Glenn Gordon Caron have a lively, occasionally moving conversation while watching the episode "Every Daughter's Father is a Virgin." Shepherd is remarkably candid, breaking briefly into tears when she realizes how much the plot mirrors her relationship with her own father. She's also not shy about expressing other sorts of feelings. "He's more attractive now without hair," she says while watching Willis, adding, "Of course, Yul Brynner was my first sexual fantasy."
Willis joins director Will Mackenzie to discuss the episode "My Fair David," which may be the best episode of "Moonlighting" ever (it's the one where Maddie bets David that he can't be a mature adult for one week). But the pair is so transfixed by the comedy that they barely make a peep.
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When "Moonlighting" was at the height of its popularity, rumors flew constantly about on-set bickering. Allyce Beasley (who played Agnes DiPesto) and Shepherd both acknowledge the high-stress environment. During "The 'Moonlighting' Phenomenon," Shepherd admits that she and Willis "would fight before every fight scene" they filmed. Perhaps that's what put the tension in their sexual tension.