Some "Moonlighting" viewers are missing the point entirely (Calendar Letters, April 12).
Love and hate are basically two sides of the same emotional coin, intense feeling expressed in different ways. Since Maddie and David usually express the intense feelings they have for each other by duking it out, the only believable way they could have gotten together is to be in the middle of a fight and suddenly "flip the coin," so to speak.
Once they admit that they actually love each other, then they can be "gentle and romantic." "Moonlighting" fans should know better than to expect Darby and Joan.