Moonlighting (1985–1989)
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All Creatures Great... and Not So Great 

A Catholic priest is infatuated with a woman who comes to confession regularly. This week, the woman says she wants to commit suicide. She disappears before he can catch up with her so he asks Blue Moon Investigations to find her.

Writers:

Glenn Gordon Caron (created by), Charles H. Eglee (teleplay by) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Cybill Shepherd ... Maddie Hayes
Bruce Willis ... David Addison Jr.
Allyce Beasley ... Agnes DiPesto
Brad Dourif ... Father McDonovan
Jessica Harper ... Janine Dalton
Curtis Armstrong ... Herbert Quentin Viola
Richard Beymer ... Ray Adamson
Stan Ross Stan Ross ... Homeless Man
Santos Morales Santos Morales ... Father Estevez
John Gallogly John Gallogly ... Second Priest
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Storyline

A Catholic priest is infatuated with a woman who comes to confession regularly. This week, the woman says she wants to commit suicide. She disappears before he can catch up with her so he decides to go to Blue Moon Investigations to ask them to find her. They manage to find her but are in a dilemma about whether to tell the priest as she is married. Shortly after they tell him, she apparently commits suicide. When Maddie proves that suicide was impossible, it is up to Maddie and David to find out what actually happened. Written by jem

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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 1986 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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While the priest is explaining his problem to Hayes and Addison, he mentions that because of his vow, he cannot disclose why it is important he finds the location of the woman who had confessed her desired suicide earlier that morning. Several times later on, Hayes and Addison discuss the woman's distress and her desire to commit suicide. At no time did they appear to gain this information, as the only other person aware of this at the time was the priest. See more »

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References Rebel Without a Cause (1955) See more »

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