It's a sad day in the Tanner household as ALF makes plans to join other Melmac survivors and leave Earth.
ALF is the only one excited by the idea of Lynn moving in with her boyfriend, as he wants Lynn's room.
ALF takes to the park in search of food after his diet fails.
A morally outraged ALF writes nasty letters to a pollution-producing company.
ALF and Willie scour Death Valley for buried treasure after discovering an old map.
ALF encounters youth-seeking senior citizens when he's discovered sneaking into a retirement home.
ALF considers the future with the Tanners, who will age faster than the ageless alien.
As a newly ordained Melmacian minister, ALF must officiate a ceremony on Earth.
ALF enters the art world after he earns praise for a still life made from food.
Neal and his ex-wife Margaret reconcile, but ALF goes a long way to prove her motives are less than honest.
ALF dreams he's a famous stand-up comic.
ALF is relegated once again to the attic when the Tanners throw a Hawaiian luau.
The Tanners pamper ALF after he catches his first Earth cold.
ALF, on the outs with the Tanners, is offered a place to stay by Neal.
Whizzer comes face-to-face with ALF when he searches for Dorothy at the Tanners.
ALF's attitude toward cats changes after his first encounter with kittens.
"Alf Season Two comes crash landing with even more antics and household chaos!"
ALF Season Four returns with all the sloppyeating, sleuth-like hiding and household chaos we never want to forget.
Everybody's favorite brown, furry, lovable alien is back in the complete Third Season of ALF.
ALF stands for "alien life form," and it becomes the adopted moniker of Gordon Shumway, the last known survivor of the planet Melmac; Gordon crashes his spacecraft into the garage of the Tanner family's suburban home, and is subsequently adopted by them.
A furry alien wiseguy comes to live with a terran family after crashing into their garage.