Alex O’Loughlin’s Guide to Moonlight – Episode 6

Moonlight Episode 6 – B.C.

– (Black Crystal) –

Written by: Erin Maher & Kathryn Reindl

Directed by: Paul Holahan

(2 Nov 2007)

An attempt to find a vampire that Josef has had an on-again/off-again relationship with for a century, leads Mick to the discovery of a group that sells vampire blood to humans for the incredible high it provides. At one point, Beth gets a taste of “V” and she goes through an incredible personality shift.

Alex:

“I really liked the scene with Beth and Mick when she comes in and she’s all horny and wants him to do whatever she wants him to do,” he smiles. “I think it was a really obvious shift from the normal Beth to this, and I enjoyed watching Mick squirming around and his discomfort. It’s really clear how these two feel about each other, right? But it has to be unrequited, because nothing good can come of any other decision. I don’t think it’s a story that can be consummated. I think it’s a story about an unrequited love. It’s like Romeo and Juliet to me, so that integrity had to be maintained at all times.”

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Filed under Mick wants to kiss you gently with his fangs., Moonlight

2 responses to “Alex O’Loughlin’s Guide to Moonlight – Episode 6

  1. Fancy opening your freezer and finding him!!!!!!!!

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  2. This was such a great episode for sexual tension. I love Alex’s take on it. So many series failed when that tension was consummated. It’s always good to watch Mick squirm 😉

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