Excuse me, but who do the producers of "Moonlighting" think they're fooling with that soft filter they use for every shot of Cybill Shepherd?
Perhaps they feel that the American viewing public is not strong enough to handle the "real" Cybill.
Come on, guys, what's the deal? Out with it--is she deformed or what? The "halo effect" is annoying and unnecessary. It does little to disguise the toll that the years may have taken on Cybill and it makes her eye makeup look funny.
A "Moonlighting" spokesman said the oft-criticized use of a fuzzy-soft focus on Shepherd's counten a nce was originally employed to effect a '30s movies style, making her look extra glamorous. It became overused and has since been greatly reduced.