Reference in the Carnac segment
Mentioned by Oliver
Mary Anne: "I think that's Shakespeare . . . or 'Moonlighting.'"
Mentioned in the Zoltan Rather segment
"You probably think Bruce and Cybill really like each other!"
The terrorists also demand that a new episode of Moonlighting be broadcast each week.
Bob Charles calls Bruce Willis "a fine character actor in that show about night."
title mentioned by character
Balki, Jennifer, Larry, and Mary Anne watch the show on TV.
Peter is shown watching the TV series
Balki: "Like Cybill Shepherd does on 'Moonlighting'?"
DJ reminds Robin that on the show, David and Maddie didn't like each other at first.
Balki: "Any episode of 'Moonlighting'"
Jason says that he'll talk to Mike later, during Moonlighting.
mentioned by name
Gonzo says "Do bees be? Do bears bear?", which is a paraphrased version of a line repeated spoken by David Addison, Bruce Willis' character in Moonlighting
Mentioned when Allyce Beasley is introduced, who was in the show.
A patron at Phil's thinks that Murphy is an actress on this show
Cybill Shepherd discusses her recently concluded series
Donatello compares April and Casey's argument to the show.
Selina likes the name Maddie and wants it for her unborn baby
references Bruce Willis's role in "Moonlighting"
The other T.V. show is based on Moonlighting.
Mentioned by Yasser Arafat and Benjamin Netanyahu during Weekend Update
A character makes reference to the main characters in the show
Referenced by name
correct response in "'80s TV" category
Dialogue quoted from the TV show
The show as well it's stars Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd are mentioned in dialog during Maggie Radcliffe's flashback scene.
Mentioned in a dialogue
Mentioned by interviewee
Refers to Bruce Willis as David Addison, the character in Moonlighting
Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon are described as having a 'Moonlighting quality
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "'M' & Emmys"
Mentioned in dialogue.
Bruce Willis' rise to fame is recalled
Bruce Willis described as actor from Moonlighting
Mentioned by Smith when talking about making Cop Out.
Melanie mistakenly admits to watching Moonlighting
Jones says, "Caffrey and Sara are probably reenacting 'Moonlighting' by now."
Tracy says that waiting for Lutz to hit on Liz has been like watching the show
Answer in category The Emmy Winner's Show
Mentioned in dialogue.
Kim Jong-il says he wants a resolution for Jack and Liz like on the show
"I'm really glad they changed things from the pilot episode of Moonlighting."
Jon likens Castle to Moonlighting, and Mark mentions that he named his cat after Maddie Hayes.
when Cat calls him Columbo, Leo replies that he would be more like David Addison from "Moonlighting".
Mentioned by Assi
Melanie says she loved this show
"It's nice to see what Alice Beasley was moonlighting as when she wasn't playing Agnes on Moonlighting."
Jimmy sings part of the theme as he comments on the death of Al Jarreau
Alexej Pysko mentioned it.
among early projects in Dennis Dugan's career
Jack Dalton asks Wilt Bozer to watch some Bruce Willis "Moonlighting" episodes with him.
Eddie and Sam introduce themselves to the motel manager as David Addison and Madelyn Hayes.
It is mentioned/referenced.
Maury the Hormone Monster says he went to bartending college with Bruce Willis.
Homer scrolls past the show on Netflix.
Lisa's punishment for being off during the Knight Rider (1982) theme is to play the theme to this show alone.
Clips are shown
TV shows in decline: David and Maddie do it on Moonlighting
Clips shown in a segment on David Addison Jr. and Maddie Hayes.
Clips shown in a segment on Bruce Willis.
Clips shown in a segment on David and Maddie.
David Addison Jr. is #2.
David Addison & Maddie Hayes are #30.
Number 18 in the Countdown
Footage is shown.
The seduction scene with Maddie Hayes & David Addison are #4.
Bruce Willis is #5.
Clip is shown
David Addison gets an honorable mention.
Rebecca watches the show on television.
Cybill Shepherd & Bruce Willis are #6.
The TV series is spoofed.
Arvid's third daydream is a spoof of Moonlighting.
Video's title is a takeoff on the TV series' title.
The whole episode is a spoof of this show.
Cybill's relationship with her male costar on "Life Forms" mirrors Cybill's real-life relationship with Bruce Willis on "Moonlighting"