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I remember an episode of Moonlighting that was very fantastic, but I am not sure that it exists because everytime I search it I find nothing. Maybe I am wrong about it.

The Story was that as I remember is:

David was bored his role in Moonlighting, so he quits it. He is gone but changes his mind and attempts to return. However the producers have announced that his role is open and are looking for new talent for it. David is forced to go to end of the application queue that was very long.

Does anyone you remember any episode like that, or it was a game of my childhood memory?

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cross posting between SE site are not encouraged –  Near Jan 26 '13 at 17:07
    
I didn't got you question but here is episode list en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Moonlighting_episodes –  Near Jan 26 '13 at 17:20
    
I already checked it, thank you! –  Digerkam Jan 26 '13 at 17:21

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It could be Season 4 Episode 6 - Cool hand Dave part 2.

In this conclusion of a two-part story, David (Bruce Willis) attempts to escape from a chain gang in order to be reunited with his pregnant sweetheart Maddie (Cybill Shepherd, who is represented only by her voice in this episode). It looks like David's only hope for freedom is to follow the "musical" advice of his fellow inmates. Meanwhile, with one of the Moonlighting stars out of circulation, the nervous ABC executives begin auditioning potential "David Addison" replacements!

He was'nt bored of his job though he was in prison. However in Season 2 Episode 9

Maddie sells the agency to a wealthier rival firm, which upsets David, who announces his intention to start up his own agency. Maddie realizes she has made a mistake and convinces her rival to give the agency back to her.

These are the only two episode I've seen where his role/job is 'seriously' in jeopardy. That being said I only started season 5 last week so I could be wrong.

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It was mixage of s04e05 and s04e06, and the rest was my childhood memory. Finally I got the answer, thank you! –  Digerkam Apr 5 '13 at 6:53

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