Firstly, you will need a DVD player that will play Region 1 DVD's.
This is where it began, 24 episodes including the double-length pilot. First shown in the UK on BBC 2 in 1986 (and rarely on terrestrial TV since the end of the series in 1989), Moonlighting has aged well even if the hairstyles and clothes haven't. If you can divert your eyes from Maddie's hair disasters, you will notice David's hairline receding as the series progresses.
But Moonlighting wasn't about clothes or hair. It was about Maddie Hayes and David Addison's love-hate relationship. They slam doors, argue, yell at each other at the same time and yet somehow always end up working very well together. Added interest is in the cases they solve, which almost always have an unexpected twist.
As well as being a romantic comedy, Moonlighting is also a spoof detective show. The characters break the "fourth wall" and walk off the set. They talk to the viewers in character. It snows in the office at Christmas. All great fun, and both Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis are at their best in this series.
When you've watched this set, you will want to invest in the other three series (or seasons) of Moonlighting. Despite the spoof nature of the show, and its refusal to take itself too seriously, it just about manages to avoid being too silly.
Definitely 5 stars.