Alex O’Loughlin’s Guide to Moonlight, Episode 15

Moonlight Episode 15

– What´s Left Behind –

Written by: Jill Blotevogel

Directed by: Chris Fisher

(9 May 2007)

Flashbacks illuminate Mick’s past when the rescue of a kidnapped youth suggests that the boy may be the grandson of a woman Mick had had an affair with back during World War II. For Beth, life is changing as she quits BuzzWire and is offered a position of “civilian investigator” for the DA’s office.


“The subject matter in this episode is pretty great, and there’s a lot of potential for storytelling dealing with Mick’s past,” notes O’Loughlin. “Think about it: you’re looking at this guy who looks like he’s twice as old as Mick is, but could be his son. I felt like this was the strongest of the four that we did when we came back from the strike. I enjoyed playing this different version of Mick and this different side of him. Sometimes you wonder if this guy has the capacity to feel anything above and beyond what we’ve seen, and I kind of wanted to look a little deeper. Essentially he was faced with the things he wants most: his humanity back, his mortality and the chance to grow old and die. Which is a strange thing to want, because it goes against what we as humans think we want. We want to stay young. But he faces that in this one, and he has the hope that maybe his bloodline is carrying on. That was really fun to play. There was no shortage of drama or stakes in that episode.”

The Faces of Mick:




Filed under Alex O´Loughlin, articles, Interviews, Mick wants to kiss you gently with his fangs., Moonlight

4 responses to “Alex O’Loughlin’s Guide to Moonlight, Episode 15

  1. And how hot would it have been if we could have seen more longer flashbacks of him lifting her skirt. Oh sorry ummmmm. 🚿 cold shower needed

    The possibility of him fathering a child was such a great storyline.


  2. vanduyn

    He is just so beautiful in this episode! Although I’m sure I say that a lot 😀


  3. gracenotpark

    I loved this ep, ‘cept I was sooooo disappointed Robert wasn’t his son and the kid wasn’t his grandson. I felt Mick deserved that… 😦

    In my pretend world, the test came back positive. 😀


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