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Seasons: 4
Episodes: 103
User ratings: 28,276
Average rating: 7.4

Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi

A furry alien wiseguy comes to live with the Tanner family after crashing into their garage.

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Original Unaired Pilot
The Tanner family is having an ordinary life until late that night a UFO crashes into their garage, leaving them with a being from another world.
User ratings: 113
Average rating: 8.2
The whole story starts here as Gordon Shumway, a Melmacian who escaped his planet before it was destroyed, crash lands into the garage of the Tanner family. The Tanners call him "ALF" because he is an Alien Life Form and they decide to keep his presence a secret so that the U.S. Government will not take away the space being and subject him to experiments. From the beginning, there is no sanity for the Tanner family.
User ratings: 394
Average rating: 8.0
Strangers in the Night
Everybody but Brian and ALF are leaving the house for the evening and Kate doesn't want ALF to babysit Brian, so Willie calls their ever-snooping Mrs. Ochmonek from the neighbor. ALF is told to stay in the bedroom, but when Mrs. Ochmonek starts to watch Psycho, which ALF wants to see, he can't resist sneaking out of the bedroom. Mrs. Ochmonek is in for some unusual experiences.
User ratings: 291
Average rating: 8.1
Looking for Lucky
Lucky is missing and the evidence suggests that ALF ate Lucky, although he claims to be innocent.
User ratings: 246
Average rating: 7.7
Pennsylvania 6-5000
Gordon (A.L.F.), having lost his planet in an explosion, becomes very concerned about earth's nuclear proliferation. He uses Willie's short wave radio to contact the President of the United States aboard Airforce One - to the great displeasure of the FBI.
User ratings: 251
Average rating: 7.7
Keepin' the Faith
Gordon (A.L.F.) is insulted when the Tanners consider him a parasite, free-loader, sponger. He tries to make money to be less of a burden on the family, but puts Willie's VISA card over the limit purchasing "Terry Faith Cosmetics" to sell at a house party.
User ratings: 220
Average rating: 7.4
For Your Eyes Only
Alf becomes the friend of a lonely blind woman.
User ratings: 223
Average rating: 7.5
Help Me, Rhonda
Brian's 7th birthday is approaching and it gets ALF depressed, because he realizes he's never going to see his friends on Melmac again - he was finally going to get together with his true love Rhonda and then the planet exploded. In sleep, ALF dreams about his 228th birthday on Melmac, just before the explosion. In order to cheer ALF up, Brian and Willie start broadcasting into space, in hopes of finding another survivor from Melmac.
User ratings: 213
Average rating: 7.6
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue?
Lynn is excited because "Scott" wants to keep all his band equipment in the Tanner's garage. Willie is not so excited. Lynn is interested in Scott and begs for Willie to allow Scott to keep the equipment in their garage for just two days. Willie gives her his permission. ALF is not happy - he was supposed to be re-decorating his room with Lynn. And he also has a crush on Lynn, so he proceeds to sabotage Scott's time with Lynn while trying to come up with something to impress her.
User ratings: 206
Average rating: 7.8
It's Willie's birthday. ALF gives him a box he found in the basement. It's full of photos from high school and college. There's also a menu, on the back of which Kate and Willie both made lists of things they wanted to achieve in life. Kate actually did the things on her list, but Willie did not. This starts to haunt him so badly that he decides to do the list.
User ratings: 183
Average rating: 7.3
Baby, You Can Drive My Car
Lynn is going to a concert with her friend and is waiting to get the car for the evening... but Willie and Kate are late and the girls are in danger of being late for the concert. Then Willie and Kate arrive... with the help a tow truck. The tow truck man estimates that the repairs will cost way over 3,000 dollars - not good. Lynn is upset and wishes for another car. ALF asks why Willie doesn't buy Lynn a car and Willie has to explain that they can't afford it - especially since a lot of money went into repairing the garage roof because ALF crash-landed on it. Lynn wants to start saving money by getting a job, but her parents aren't sure she can balance school and work. And she can't. Cue ALF to the rescue... or should we say a disaster?
User ratings: 188
Average rating: 7.8
On the Road Again
Willie suggests that they go to San Diego on holiday. Kate is all for it, but there's a slight problem: what to do with ALF? Since leaving ALF alone is a recipe for disaster, the family takes him along for the road trip. However, the weather turns stormy, ALF gets bored of sitting in the RV and starts complaining. Willie goes mental and shows ALF the door. Defiantly, ALF wanders off.
User ratings: 185
Average rating: 7.7
Oh, Tannerbaum
It's Christmastime. Unfortunately ALF chops the Christmas tree into firewood before anyone notices. The Tanners then have two tasks: to teach ALF all about Christmas and find a new Christmas tree.
User ratings: 188
Average rating: 7.6
Mother and Child Reunion
Kate's mother, who is not on warm terms with Willie, arrives for a surprise visit that forces the Tanners to lock ALF in the garage for "a few days". The problem is that ALF just can't stand being not allowed to roam around in the house, with all the luxuries found there. So he just has to do something.
User ratings: 186
Average rating: 7.8
A Little Bit of Soap
ALF and Kate's mom are arguing about TV. Kate's mom thinks ALF's favorite soap opera, Midwest General, is sleaze, and shows him her favorite, One World to Hope For, which ALF thinks is boring. Angered, ALF argues that he could write a better script for the series than the writers are coming up with. So ALF actually writes a script and sends it in. The production company actually films ALF's script that bears not-so-subtle similarities to the situation at the Tanners' house...
User ratings: 179
Average rating: 7.5
I've Got a New Attitude
Willie catches ALF from eating a box of chocolate that was to be a Valentine's Day present for Kate. This incites Willie to give ALF a lecture on how ALF does not respect private property and needs to adopt a new attitude. Also, Kate's mom is moving out of the Tanners' house. The problem is that her new neighbor, Whizzer, wants to come help Dorothy move her stuff. Which means ALF has to hide from him. Kate likes Whizzer and suggests that they invite him over for a dinner. Dorothy doesn't want that. ALF interjects by claiming to have spoken to Dorothy's dead husband Sparky's spirit, who wants Dorothy to move on. Apparently, all Melmacians have the ability to speak to the dead. Dorothy wants ALF to prove his ability and let her speak to Sparky through ALF...
User ratings: 174
Average rating: 7.5
Try to Remember: Part 1
ALF bumps his head and loses his memory. All he knows is that his name is Wayne Schlagel and that he's an insurance agent. The Tanners try to make ALF remember who he really is - cue clips from earlier episodes.
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 7.4
Try to Remember: Part 2
ALF still believes that his name is Wayne Schlagel and that he's an insurance agent. Worse still, he has called the police to the Tanners. The Tanners have only a short while before the police arrive, so they try to make ALF remember who he really is by telling more stories from the past - cue more clips from earlier episodes.
User ratings: 168
Average rating: 7.2
Border Song
ALF is now into gardening, which means he's turned over the entire Tanner's backyard. Willie has a problem at work: a lost Mexican boy is at his office and Willie is trying to track down his father. When that fails, and Willie's boss couldn't care less about helping the boy, Willie has no option but to bring the boy home.
User ratings: 175
Average rating: 7.2
Wild Thing
ALF starts to go through a phase where his erratic behavior and hunger for cats will, in his own words, make him "ALF to the tenth power". He wants Willie to build a cage where he can be locked in until the phase is over. Will the cage be strong enough? Can they keep him locked in when he tries to plot himself out?
User ratings: 177
Average rating: 7.7
Going Out of My Head Over You
Brian has to lie to his friend who wants to come for a sleepover that the Tanner's basement is flooded, because ALF must be kept secret. Willie then tries to explain to Brian that lying is always wrong even though Brian has to keep lying because of ALF. Lying to the Ochmonecks is also tiring Willie, not to mention having to put up with ALF's antics. Kate suggests Willie talk to Larry, a therapist they know. Of course, Willie has to prove that ALF exists and is not his hallucination, which means that Larry and ALF meet.
User ratings: 167
Average rating: 7.8
Lookin' Through the Windows
There's a power blackout, so ALF is passing the time by watching the Tanners' neighbors, the Ochmoneks, who are fighting. By dinner time, the power has come back so the Tanners can have dinner. Then comes another, short blackout. Trevor Ochmonek appears at the Tanners' door, seeking peace and quiet from the angry Raquel. Soon after, Raquel comes to demand that Trevor return home. The Tanners persuade him to do so. Night falls and ALF hears the Ochmoneks continue fighting. Suddenly it becomes silent. Too silent for ALF, who's convinced that something foul has happened at the Ochmoneks...
User ratings: 176
Average rating: 8.0
It Isn't Easy... Bein' Green
Lynn has introduced ALF to rap music, much to Willie's dislike. Willie himself is making the final changes to Brian's song in the school pageant where the kids dress as vegetables. Unfortunately, Brian is suffering from stage fright, which causes him to forget the lyrics. ALF offers to help...
User ratings: 167
Average rating: 7.2
The Gambler
The Tanners are preparing for a garage sale to get some money for house payments. ALF discovers the alluring world of horse racing thanks to Kate's mom who bets on them. When the concept of a bookie is explained to ALF, he gets the bright idea of getting the Tanners some money through betting. When his initial bets yield only profit, the plan seems good... at the time.
User ratings: 170
Average rating: 7.8
Weird Science
When the living room TV breaks down, Willie declares that he won't have it fixed, despite ALF's complaints that he has nothing to do but watch TV. ALF keeps pressuring Willie, who discovers that the TV is still under warranty and he can have it sent to the factory for repairs. Except that the factory is in Libya and Willie would have to pay for shipping... ALF thinks Willie has been conned, so he calls Consumer Ed, the guy who fights for consumers' rights on TV... Brian announces that he needs to come up with a project for the Science Carnival. On his own, Brian creates a model of the Solar System. ALF points out that there are inaccuracies and offers to help.
User ratings: 169
Average rating: 7.9
La Cuckaracha
An insect from Melmac has an unexpected reaction when exposed to earthly chemicals.
User ratings: 185
Average rating: 8.0
Come Fly with Me
ALF thinks he's won in a publisher's sweepstakes, but the actual truth is that he subscribed to "hundreds of magazines" (Willie probably exaggerates here)... The next leaflet ALF gets his hands on *does* promise free gifts, but only if the family comes to listen a sales pitch for vacation homes. The Ochmoneks are going there, so Trevor invites the Tanners to come along. Turns out he is a pilot who flew in the Korean war, so they are able to fly instead of a seven-hour drive. The reluctant Willie eventually warms to the idea, but ALF has to stay home. Or is it that he should stay home?
User ratings: 171
Average rating: 7.9
Working My Way Back to You
ALF breaks Kate's precious $1,000 painting and gets confined in the garage. ALF can't handle a single night there and makes a bargain with Kate: unless he can behave 7 days in the house, ALF has to move into the garage permanently.
User ratings: 173
Average rating: 8.2
Somewhere Over the Rerun
ALF has taken a liking to watching Gilligan's Island (1964). He dresses accordingly and has coconut drinks. He's bored at the Tanners' house and takes things one step too far towards Gilligan's Island (1964).
User ratings: 185
Average rating: 7.7
Take a Look at Me Now
In one of those moments, when ALF lets his mind wander, he unintentionally walks into Mrs. Ochmonek's sight and greets her. Cue Mrs. Ochmonek panicking and deciding to warn the neighborhood about the "space creature".
User ratings: 156
Average rating: 8.1
Wedding Bell Blues
Lynn is researching the Tanner Family Tree for a school project. Kate suggests ALF do the the Shumway Family Tree, hoping it will occupy him for some time. However, digging the past may not be a good thing.
User ratings: 149
Average rating: 7.8
Prime Time
The Tanners get the chance to participate in a new TV ratings system. With clever arguments, ALF gets Kate to let him use the system. After learning his favorite programs might get canceled, ALF decides to tweak the numbers a bit.
User ratings: 159
Average rating: 7.8
Some Enchanted Evening
Halloween is approaching and ALF wants to go trick-or-treating. Kate, of course, objects, but ALF persists. He argues that he has a natural costume and tries offering Willie a deal he can't refuse... Lynn presents Lizard to his parents.
User ratings: 175
Average rating: 8.3
Oh, Pretty Woman
ALF learns the concept of Earthly beauty pageant. Since Lynn, having been dumped, is suffering from low self-esteem, ALF enters her in Miss Southland pageant to prove she is pretty and uses the prizes to lure Lynn to participate.
User ratings: 155
Average rating: 7.6
Something's Wrong with Me
Kate's mother has decided to get married in the Tanners' house. Unfortunately, ALF develops a Melmacian Hiccup, that keeps getting louder and louder, threatening to draw everyone's attention within a 100 meters (give or take).
User ratings: 156
Average rating: 8.0
Night Train
ALF reminisces his "adventures" on Melmac. Willie reveals that when he was 17, he hopped on trains and crossed the whole country. ALF gets excited about the idea and talks Willie into taking him to the rail yard.
User ratings: 163
Average rating: 8.1
Isn't It Romantic?
Willie and Kate no longer share activities, because one of them has to always stay at home keeping eye on ALF. ALF concludes that they are about to break up and in order to prevent that, decides to add romance to their life.
User ratings: 155
Average rating: 7.8
Hail to the Chief
ALF is frustrated because he can't vote in the presidential election. He watches a televised debate with Kate and offers his "better" ideas on how to solve the world's problems. This gives Kate some weird nightmares.
User ratings: 144
Average rating: 7.5
ALF's Special Christmas: Part 1
The Tanners decide to spend Christmas in a cabin in the woods but ALF soon gets lost.
User ratings: 269
Average rating: 8.5
ALF's Special Christmas: Part 2
ALF is still in the hospital with Tiffany and Mr. Foley. He convinces Tiffany to help him get back to the Tanners, but changes his mind when he hears about Tiffany's condition.
User ratings: 230
Average rating: 8.4
The Boy Next Door
Mr. Ochmonek's nephew Jake comes to live with the Ochmoneks. The Ochmoneks tell the Tanners that Jake is a problem kid and ask their advice on how to deal with him. ALF can't resist investigating Jake's persona.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 7.9
Can I Get a Witness?
When a football shatters the Ochmoneks' picture window, ALF gets the blame and he demands his day in "Tanner Family Court".
User ratings: 152
Average rating: 8.0
We're So Sorry, Uncle Albert
A visit from Willie's Uncle Albert surprises the Tanners and causes ALF great distress.
User ratings: 151
Average rating: 8.1
Someone to Watch Over Me: Part 1
A series of robberies in the neighborhood prompts ALF to want to help with Neighborhood Watch, when Willie is voted block captain.
User ratings: 151
Average rating: 8.1
Someone to Watch Over Me: Part 2
Neighborhood Watch volunteers quit as the robberies continue. ALF decides to take direct action, causing chaos at the Ochmoneks' house.
User ratings: 145
Average rating: 8.2
We Gotta Get Out of This Place
Jody loses her apartment when the building becomes a condominium, so ALF tries to help her "adjust" to a new home.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 7.6
You Ain't Nothin' But a Hound Dog
A stray dog makes ALF jealous, so he gives her to the first (and obviously wrong) person who responds to a "found dog" poster.
User ratings: 144
Average rating: 7.7
Hit Me with Your Best Shot
It's the Tanners who learn a lesson while trying to passively resist a belligerent father and son.
User ratings: 144
Average rating: 7.8
Movin' Out
The Tanners may need to sell their house because Willie has been promoted to a supervisory position in San Deigo.
User ratings: 145
Average rating: 7.8
I'm Your Puppet
ALF tries ventriloquism. The attitude of his new "friend", Paul the dummy, turns contentious - then things get weird.
User ratings: 149
Average rating: 7.8
ALF assists Kate's alcoholic friend realise that she needs help.
User ratings: 150
Average rating: 8.0
We Are Family
A dejected Gordon (A.L.F.) wants to expose his existence to the world. Willie has an idea to help him through the crisis.
User ratings: 148
Average rating: 7.8
Varsity Drag
ALF discovers that he is responsible for Lynn not being able to attend Amherst College, and makes another attempt to find employment.
User ratings: 142
Average rating: 7.8
Stop in the Name of Love
Lynn breaks up with her boyfriend and becomes depressed. ALF gets a self-help book of love for her and asks her to confide in him. When Lynn reveals she likes a guy, ALF decides to help her get his attention literally by the book. Uh-oh.
User ratings: 147
Average rating: 8.0
Stairway to Heaven
With the help of his guardian angel, ALF finds out what life would be like for the Tanners if they never met him.
User ratings: 136
Average rating: 7.9
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Jake pops by because Raquel and Trevor are fighting. This time she throws him out. Kate offers to let him stay in their house. Trevor soon becomes a nuisance, so ALF decides to solve the problem.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 7.7
Tonight, Tonight: Part 1
"And heeeere's Alfie!" ALF hosts The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) instead of Johnny Carson. Is it a dream? Is it an "What if...?" story?
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 7.2
Tonight, Tonight: Part 2
ALF fills in for Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962), alienating regulars and guests alike. Tommy Newsom and Ed McMahon appear as themselves.
User ratings: 125
Average rating: 7.2
Promises, Promises
Lynn has barely turned 18 and she's already moved on from boys her own age to - a man of Willie's generation. Lynn is forbidden from seeing this Eddie again. Will she obey her parents?
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 7.7
Turkey in the Straw: Part 1
ALF already ate the Thanksgiving turkey - raw. Willie fails to find a new one, so Raquel invites the Tanners over. A storm arrives as does the neighborhood bum ("a homeless person"), since ALF has been leaving food and clothes for him.
User ratings: 140
Average rating: 7.9
Turkey in the Straw: Part 2
Pete has called the Alien Task Force. He has been told to keep ALF occupied until Sergeant Fox and his men arrive to capture him. Dead or alive. Will Pete sell ALF out after he's talked with him for a while? Will he?
User ratings: 139
Average rating: 7.9
The social workers, which includes Willie, go on a strike that may last a while. Kate decides to take a job in order to bring money into the house. ALF is concerned about the repercussions. Well, about those that will affect him.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 7.9
My Back Pages
When Kate and Willie stop ALF's rummage in the attic, they find Willie's movie of Woodstock and want to watch it. When Willie tells ALF what he was like in college, ALF points out that Willie has turned from an idealist to a sell-out.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 7.6
Alone Again, Naturally
ALF reads a tabloid article about a couple in Barstow who live with a space alien, who sounds to ALF like his cousin Blinky. ALF persuades Willie to drive him there and to go investigate the couple. *Big* trouble ensues.
User ratings: 139
Average rating: 7.8
Do You Believe in Magic?
ALF gets interested in magic tricks, so Willie gives his old magic trick set to him. When ALF discovers he is no good at magic tricks even though he has the desire, he naturally concludes that he needs proper magician's tools.
User ratings: 141
Average rating: 7.8
Hide Away
ALF has ordered a non-refundable satellite dish. Willie carpools with a talkative guy Jim, who manipulates Willie into inviting him for dinner. There's more to Jim than meets the eye.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 7.5
Fight Back
Willie realizes his car repairman is scamming him and decides to do something about it. While Willie refuses to admit that The System Has Failed, ALF and Jake set out on their own to acquire some hard evidence against the conman.
User ratings: 138
Average rating: 7.7
Suspicious Minds
ALF has started to believe in one of the biggest urban legends - that Elvis is alive. When Raquel describes their new neighbor, ALF is convinced the man is Elvis. Since nobody believes ALF, he decides to venture into the man's house.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 7.8
Baby Love
Now that Kate is pregnant and the focus is on her unborn child, ALF feels neglected. Raquel throws a surprise baby shower, to which Andrea from the neighborhood brings her baby. ALF, meet baby. Baby, meet ALF.
User ratings: 131
Average rating: 7.6
Running Scared
An anonymous caller demands $3,000 from ALF - otherwise he will turn ALF to the authorities. On the second call, the extortionist adds that the Tanners will go to jail for harboring an alien. ALF decides to take action.
User ratings: 126
Average rating: 7.7
Standing in the Shadows of Love
Jake has a *huge* crush on a girl called Laura, but freezes every time he tries to approach or contact her. ALF offers to write a letter in Jake's name to Laura. Poor Jake still hasn't learned *not* to enlist ALF to help.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 7.7
ALF accidentally burns Brian's History book in the oven. He then insists that he's now under a Melmacian curse: 14 years of increasing bad luck. First, the food on the electric stove bursts into flames. Then other things start to happen.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 7.8
Torn Between Two Lovers
Lynn ends up with two dates for a dance through ALF's mishandled phone message.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 7.8
Funeral for a Friend
ALF wants a pet, so Willie decides to buy him an ant farm. ALF doesn't appreciate his new pets at first, but it will change.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 7.8
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
The start date of Brian's first overnight boy scout camp is almost at hand. But he is afraid of the dark. While Willie reminisces about his own boy scout days, ALF decides to help Brian.
User ratings: 134
Average rating: 7.6
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?
Jake stops by to say that his mother is visiting. She comes to thank the Tanners and Racquel invites her to dinner at the Tanners' house. Jake, however, starts acting weirdly, and ALF decides to find out why.
User ratings: 129
Average rating: 7.5
Like an Old Time Movie
The Tanners are going to a wedding and ALF is left home alone, Willie having rented him silent movies. ALF gets inspired to write his own silent movie. In which he also stars. He then imagines what it would be like.
User ratings: 135
Average rating: 7.7
Shake, Rattle and Roll
ALF experiences his first earthquake (there were no melmacquakes). When he is told that quakes can be a lot bigger, ALF starts to live in fear of the coming of a big one, even though Willie assures him they are prepared.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 7.7
Having My Baby
ALF is preparing himself for the coming of Kate's baby because, in his opinion, Willie isn't prepared enough. Can ALF be persuaded to accept that Dick Van Dyke show is not an educational program that should be followed as an example?
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 7.6
Baby, Come Back
When Kate has to unexpectedly go in to work, she has no choice but to leave ALF in charge of the baby. While babysitting, ALF faces a huge dilemma when he goes outside and finds the baby missing.
User ratings: 133
Average rating: 7.7
After ALF invites a tabloid crew over to the Tanner household for an interview, they take a few photos before Willie asks them to leave. However, when it is learned that ALF might be in one of those photos, Willie must stall the crew so that ALF and Brian can go into their van and destroy the film.
User ratings: 129
Average rating: 7.6
Wanted: Dead or Alive
After ALF watches "Crimestoppers" and sees a guy resembling Willie who is wanted for polygamy, he tries to hide Willie. When the FBI takes Willie in for question following an anonymous tip, everyone assumes that ALF called it in.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 8.0
We're in the Money
Alf thinks that he has found a great new game when he accesses Willie's stock market account.
User ratings: 128
Average rating: 8.0
Mind Games
With ALF feeling bored and useless, Larry advises the Tanners to ask for his opinion on their problems and make him feel more important. However, this plan backfires when ALF decides that he wants to become a shrink and starts to analyze everything they say and do.
User ratings: 132
Average rating: 7.7
Hooked on a Feeling
When ALF develops an addiction to eating cotton balls, Willie and Kate decide to invite a support group over to the house and have Willie convey ALF's feelings to the group.
User ratings: 140
Average rating: 7.7
He Ain't Heavy, He's Willie's Brother
ALF gets upset when Willie's emotionally depressed kid brother spends lots of time at the house, leaving him to take quarters in the garage.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 7.4
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
With ALF upset over Willie's brother frequently coming to the house, Willie decides that the best thing to do is finally introduce his brother to ALF.
User ratings: 124
Average rating: 7.8
Live and Let Die
When the Tanners' cat Lucky dies, ALF decides to answer a giveaway ad in the paper for kittens so that he can eat them, only to find out that he likes having them as pets.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 7.8
Break Up to Make Up
ALF gets upset when his anniversary party is interrupted by Kate's mother who flies in after a fight with her husband.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 7.7
Happy Together
Following a fight with Willie, ALF decides to move in with Neal. It doesn't take long for him to wear out his welcome.
User ratings: 123
Average rating: 7.7
When ALF gets really sick, Willie and Kate consider taking him to a doctor.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 8.0
It's My Party
Willie and Kate miss the days when they would visit friends' dinner parties and then reciprocate. They decide to host a luau with a roasted pig. They invite only the people who've invited them to dinner, but end up with everyone from the office at work. Alf tries to strong arm trash rights, but ends up having to agree to watch from the upstairs. The party is rained out, all the guests have to come inside, a drunk guest sees the family dog making a sandwich. Alf is locked in the shed and breaks out. At the end of the episode, Alf is reading a Transformers comic.
User ratings: 127
Average rating: 7.8
Make 'em Laugh
Alf thinks he's a stand-up comedian. NBC offers him a show, he's famous and rich and everybody loves him. In his dream he sends Willie and Kate to the attic, where they usually send him.
User ratings: 128
Average rating: 7.2
Love on the Rocks
When Neal decides to drive to Las Vegas and remarry his ex-wife, ALF sneaks into the back of their car in a effort to try and talk Neal out of it.
User ratings: 130
Average rating: 7.4
True Colors
ALF develops an interest in art after one of Lynn's professors compliments one of his paintings.
User ratings: 124
Average rating: 7.4
Gimme That Old Time Religion
In order to become a minister, ALF must preside over a ceremony. So he suggests that Willie and Kate renew their vows on the 22nd anniversary.
User ratings: 131
Average rating: 7.4
Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades
Realizing he will outlive the Tanners, ALF daydreams about the future, after the children have grown up and moved out.
User ratings: 129
Average rating: 7.5
When I'm 64
With Willie and Kate going out for the night, ALF sneaks into a retirement home in the hopes of meeting a once-famous actress, whose glory days are far behind her.
User ratings: 131
Average rating: 7.6
Mr. Sandman
When Willie finds a map from one of his dead relatives, he and ALF trek to Death Valley to try and find a possible treasure. Things don't go as planned when ALF drinks all the water beforehand and then gets too hot from the sun.
User ratings: 129
Average rating: 7.6
Stayin' Alive
When ALF finds out that a local corporation is using CFCs that pollute the environment, he writes several letters of protest, all under fake names. When the corporation threatens with legal action, Willie goes over to meet with them only to have them try to buy his silence by offering him a high-paying job.
User ratings: 129
Average rating: 7.5
Hungry Like the Wolf
Fearing that he might "internally blow up" due to his high calorie consumption, ALF decides to cut meat from his diet. However after a few days, ALF turns into a "wolf" and steals the Tanner's car in an effort to hunt for food.
User ratings: 124
Average rating: 7.4
I Gotta Be Me
Lynn and Kate have a disagreement after Lynn floats around the idea of moving in with her boyfriend.
User ratings: 124
Average rating: 7.4
Consider Me Gone
When ALF picks up a signal on the Tanner's radio, he realizes that it is someone trying to get in touch with him through Melmacian code. He cracks the codes and finds that it's two of his friends who want to pick him and take him to their new planet. He agrees to meet them unaware that the Alien Task Force is onto them.
User ratings: 179
Average rating: 7.9
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