Moonlighting: Season 3, Episode 8

It's a Wonderful Job (16 Dec. 1986)

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It's Christmas and Blue Moon has to work. The staff are not happy. Maddie is also under pressure and says she regrets keeping the agency open. Her guardian angel approaches her and shows her how life would have been if she had done this.

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Albert
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Wally Taylor ...
Bartender
Patti Cohoon-Friedman ...
Hart Detective Agency Receptionist (as Patti Cohoon)
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Burt Viola
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Max
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Julie, Rhyme Time Employee
Patty Dworkin ...
Wendy, Rhyme Time Employee
Richard Balin ...
Stacy, Rhyme Time Employee
Suzanne Dunn ...
Blue Moon Staff
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It's Christmas time and the pressure of work means that Blue Moon has to work and the staff are not happy. Maddie is also under pressure and says she regrets keeping the agency open. Her guardian angel approaches her and shows her how life would have been if she hadn't kept the agency open. The agency becomes the Hart Detective agency run by Jonathan and Jennifer Hart. The angel then shows her what all the other employees and David end up doing. Written by jem

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The episode has a dream sequence where the Blue Moon detective agency becomes the Hart Detective Agency, with an employee named Max, played by Lionel Stander. Both are in-joke references to Hart to Hart (1979). See more »

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References It's a Wonderful Life (1946) See more »

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Sleigh Ride
Music by Leroy Anderson
Lyrics by Mitchell Parish
Performed by The Ronettes
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