ALF

Season 3 Episode 14

Fight Back

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Jan 16, 1989 on NBC
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Fight Back
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Thinking Willie is getting ripped off at his car repair shop, ALF, Jake and Lynn start Operation Sam-scam to provide proof.

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    Paul Fusco

    Paul Fusco

    Gordon "ALF" Shumway [Voice/Puppeteer]

    Andrea Elson

    Andrea Elson

    Lynn Tanner

    Benji Gregory

    Benji Gregory

    Brian Tanner

    Anne Schedeen

    Anne Schedeen

    Katherine Daphne "Kate" Halligan Tanner

    Max Wright

    Max Wright

    William Francis "Willie" Tanner

    Tom LaGrua

    Tom LaGrua

    Sam

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    David Horowitz

    David Horowitz

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    John LaMotta

    John LaMotta

    Trevor Ochmonek

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    Josh Blake

    Josh Blake

    Jake Ochmonek

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Lynn: Do you want some maple syrup, ALF?
        ALF: On waffles? How gauche! Get me the garlic salt?

      • Jake: Still having car trouble, huh?
        ALF: Yeah, but have no fear. It's being handled by Mr. No-Goodwrench.
        Jake: Mind if I take a look?
        Willie: Be my guest. I got a hunch it's the distributor.
        ALF: That rules out the distributor!

      • Jake: You know what I would do if I was Willie?
        ALF: Rethink your fashion viewpoint?

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • When ALF says, "It's the truth, justice, and the Melmacian way. We had a superhero on Melmac. His name is Supersillius," he alludes to Superman, who fought for truth, justice and the American way.

      • Willie: I'm going to call the Better Business Bureau.
        ALF: Have them throw the book at this guy. Preferably something by James Mitchner.
        ALF is alluding to the author James Mitchner, perhaps most famous for his lengthy, heavily researched book Hawaii.

      • The title is derived from a Sqaud Five-O song with the same name.

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