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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.
I Gotta Be Me
Lynn and Kate have a disagreement after Lynn floats around the idea of moving in with her boyfriend.
Hungry Like the Wolf
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 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.
When I'm 64
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.
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.
ALF develops an interest in art after one of Lynn's professors compliments one of his paintings.
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.
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.
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.
When ALF gets really sick, Willie and Kate consider taking him to a doctor.
Following a fight with Willie, ALF decides to move in with Neal. It doesn't take long for him to wear out his welcome.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With ALF feeling bored and useless, Larry advises the Tanners to ask for his opinion on their problems and make him feel more important.
We're in the Money
Alf thinks that he has found a great new game when he accesses Willie's stock market account.
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.
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.
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.