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A smart-mouthed creature, ALF (aka Alien Life Form), crash-lands in a suburban garage. His spaceship is beyond repair, he's ugly, he's short, he's got a bad attitude. What's a family to do? Why, take in the furry creature, of course, and watch as he comments on humankind and tries to eat the cat -- a delicacy on his home planet of Melmac.

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It's a sad day in the Tanner household as ALF announces he's leaving Earth to settle on another planet.
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ALF is the only one excited by the idea of Lynn (Andrea Elson) moving in with her boyfriend. With Anne Schedeen and Benji Gregory.
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ALF takes to the park in search of food after his diet fails.
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A morally outraged ALF writes nasty letters to a pollution-producing company. With Max Wright and Andrea Elson.
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ALF and Willie (Max Wright) scour Death Valley for buried treasure after discovering an old map. With Benji Gregory and Anne Schedeen.
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ALF encounters youth-seeking senior citizens when he's discovered sneaking into a retirement home. Frances Bay guest stars. With Andrea Elson.
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ALF considers the future with the Tanners, who will age faster than the ageless alien. With Max Wright and Benji Gregory.
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As a newly ordained Melmacian minister, ALF must officiate a ceremony on Earth. With Max Wright and Anne Schedeen.
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ALF enters the art world after he earns praise for a still life made from food. Kenneth David Gilman guest stars. With Max Wright.
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Neal and his ex-wife (JM J. Bullock, Allyce Beasley) reconcile, but ALF goes a long way to prove her motives are less than honest. With Anne Schedeen.
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ALF dreams that he's a famous stand-up comic. Cameo appearances by Casey Kasem and NBC President Brandon Tartikoff.
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ALF is relegated once again to the attic when the Tanners throw a Hawaiian luau. With Anne Schedeen and Benji Gregory.
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ALF is pampered by the Tanners after catching his first Earth cold. With Max Wright and Benji Gregory.
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ALF, on the outs with the Tanners, is offered a place to stay by Neal (JM J. Bullock). With Max Wright and Andrea Elson.
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Whizzer (Paul Dooley) comes face-to-face with ALF when he searches for Dorothy (Anne Meara) at the Tanners. With Max Wright.
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ALF's attitude toward cats changes after his first encounter with kittens. With Max Wright and Anne Schedeen.
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ALF gets peeved about having to remain hidden while Willie's brother (JM J. Bullock) extends his visit. With Max Wright and Anne Schedeen.
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ALF, forced to hide, plots the removal of Willie's (Max Wright) visiting brother (JM J. Bullock). With Benji Gregory.
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Willie, in an effort to curb ALF's cotton addiction, holds a support group meeting in his living room.
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After a visit from a psychologist (Bill Daily), ALF subjects the Tanners to a barrage of unwanted psychoanalysis. Stars Max Wright and Andrea Elson.
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ALF discovers and later becomes addicted to the art of making stock-market deals. With Max Wright and Anne Schedeen.

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