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Moonlight Episode: "Love Lasts Forever"

Season 1, Episode 11
Episode Synopsis: Mick and Beth attempt to rescue Josh after he is kidnapped by a vindictive drug lord.
Original Air Date: Jan 11, 2008
Guest Cast Jordan Belfi: Josh Lindsey David Blue: Logan Griffen Margaret Easley: Dr. Alison Lin Emilio Rivera: Chemma Tejada Maurice Compte: Bustos Brian White: Lt. Carl Davis Manuel Urrego: Jorge Perez
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Season 1, Episode 11
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Length: 41:59
Aired: 1/11/2008
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“Love Lasts Forever” Season 1, Episode 11

Beth becomes a marked woman. Josh is kidnapped at gunpoint. Mick and Beth try desperately to save the mortally wounded Josh. Beth asks Mick to turn Josh. This was an exciting episode. Mick uses the medic skills he picked up during World War II in trying to save Josh's life. And he gave it a valiant effort. I was impressed by everything he did to save Beth's beloved (they did say "I love you"). Not only did he think quickly on his feet by using the cigarette lighter to cauterize a wound but Mick also used Beth's necklace to tie off an artery. Part of me really wanted Josh to live after all that effort. I know, I know. I pretty much have not been a fan from day one but that doesn't mean a decent human being (and I think we can all agree he was as least that) didn't deserve to die like that. But I think his death presents an interesting hurdle in the story of Beth and Mick. Because Mick wouldn't turn Josh, Beth now blames Mick for Josh's death. I liked Mick's speech at the end about how Josh's job ultimately killed him but Beth's a little emotional right now. I'm not sure she really heard anything other than Mick saying he wouldn't turn her to save her from death. That was a little harsh but I'm glad he said it. He might not actually feel that way but how could he live with himself if he turned the woman he loves into something he hates? And the way Mick went after Tejada was very interesting. We've never seen him show his vamp side willingly to anyone but he used it to great effect with Bustos. After Mick got Tejada's location out of him, Mick went to administer some vigilante justice. And I can't say I'm not glad Tejada got what was coming to him. The scenes at the bar were kind of fun - especially Mick's narration about the bartender and his gun. Well, it was kind of gruesome after that but they had a little fun with it, which was refreshing. Let's talk about Coraline for a moment because there were definitely a significant development there. First, Mick doesn't want his pal Guillermo to analyze Coraline's blood. Although Mick sees it as a cure he's afraid other vamps will see it as a threat. The doc who analyzes the blood assumes it's that of a child because it's so "pure," it's extremely rare, and just happens to be the same type as Beth's blood. That makes Beth think Coraline targeted her as a child but Mick isn't convinced. I had a few quibbles, which I'm hesitant to even mention because I did enjoy the episode so much. Well, it's really only one: why would Tejada's men kidnap Josh and take him somewhere else to kill him if the endgame is Josh's death? Why not just kill him on the street in front of Beth's place? It would send a pretty strong message to any other DA who is thinking of prosecuting him. I think Beth couldn't have possibly asked Mick to save Josh if he was shot in front of her place. And without that conflict, I think we all know they'd be together in a heartbeat. Well, probably not quite that fast but I think they'd be together pretty fast. One thing I did enjoy was seeing Mick with his shirt off at the top of the episode. Am I right ladies? Sorry, guys, I'm not sure there was much eye candy for you. I know you're all about to go through some serious withdrawal - as am I - after next week's last fresh episode. I won't say more than I think it's going to be a great "season" ender based on the preview. I'm sure you'll keep this blog going with all your great comments. It looks like you're learning a lot from each other and I certainly learn a lot from all of you. So what did you think of Josh's demise? Do you think there's some significance to Coraline and Beth sharing the same rare blood type? Do you think Beth has any right to be mad at Mick? Do you think Mick will tell Beth how he really feels? Check out our Online Video Guide for more on Moonlight. And I know quite a few of you already mentioned it but it bears repeating. Moonlight won the People's Choice Award for Favorite New Drama. Nice job. show less
Beth becomes a marked woman. Josh is kidnapped at gunpoint. Mick and Beth try desperately to save the mortally wounded Josh. Beth asks Mick to turn Josh. This was an exciting episode.Mick uses the medic skills he picked up during World War II in trying to save Josh’s life. And he gave it a valiant effort. I was impressed by everything he did to save Beth’s beloved (they did say “I love you”). Not only did he think quickly on his feet by using the cigarette lighter to cauterize a wound but Mick also used Beth’s necklace to tie off an artery. Part of me really wanted Josh to live after all that effort. I know, I know. I pretty much have not been a fan from day one but that doesn’t mean a decent human being (and I think we can all agree he was as least that) didn’t deserve to die like that. But I think his death presents an interesting hurdle in the story of Beth and Mick. Because Mick wouldn’t turn Josh, Beth now blames Mick for Josh’s deat... read more

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