ALF is relocated to the family garage as a result of his mischievous behavior.
ALF dreams he visits "Gilligan's Island", with castaways Gilligan, the Skipper, the Professor and Mary Ann.
Mrs. Ochmonek thinks she's gone crazy when she spots ALF in the backyard.
ALF joins a monastery after learning that his parents were married before he was born - a disgrace on the planet Melmac.
The Tanners become a TV-ratings family and ALF decides to rig the system so that his favorite program becomes a hit.
ALF becomes the star attraction at the Tanners' Halloween party.
ALF helps Lynn boost her self-confidence by enrolling her in a beauty pageant.
ALF gets a severe case of hiccups after being excluded from Dorothy and Whizzer's wedding party.
Willie and ALF hop on board a freight train in search of adventure.
ALF and the Tanner kids give Willie and Kate a second honeymoon.
Kate dreams that she and ALF are rival presidential candidates.
ALF and the Tanners prepare to spend Christmas in a cabin. When the owner comes to visit them, ALF accidently jumps into his trunk and he is taken to a hospital and given away as a Christmas gift to a little girl.
ALF tries to escape from the hospital but ends up stuck in an elevator with a woman in labor. After helping the woman to give birth, ALF pretends to be a toy and the cabin owner puts him back in the trunk and they drive away. When the cabin owner is about to jump off a bridge, ALF disguises himself as Santa and convinces the cabin owner to drive back to the cabin, where ALF is reunited with the Tanners.
ALF befriends the Ochmoneks' belligerent nephew, Jake.
ALF demands a fair trial after being accused of throwing a football through the Ochmoneks' window.
ALF believes that he scared Willie's uncle to death.
ALF lends a hand with the neighborhood block patrol and ends up confronting a prowler in the Ochmoneks' house.
It's up to Willie to save ALF from the SWAT team surrounding the Ochomonek house, in which ALF had been chasing a prowler.
ALF moves in with his blind friend, Jody, and learns some important lessons about life without sight.
ALF, jealous of the attention a stray dog is getting, gives the pooch to a mean old woman who claims to be the owner.
Willie abandons his belief in pacifism after meeting the hostile father of the bully who's been pushing Brian around.
Willie has problems trying to sell the house because ALF keeps scaring off potential buyers with phony ghosts.
ALF's mail-order ventriloquist's dummy takes on a life of its own, and it takes a visit from a psychiatrist to cure him.
Kate's friend, a known drinker, sees ALF in the kitchen and thinks she's hallucinating.
ALF fantasizes that he reveals his existence to the world and serves as substitute host on David Letterman's show.
ALF takes a job as a paper carrier when he learns that the cost of his upkeep is preventing Lynn from attending her first-choice college.