ALF

Season 1 Episode 20

Going Out of My Head Over You

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Mar 16, 1987 on NBC
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Willie and ALF both talk to a psychologist.

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    Liz Sheridan

    Liz Sheridan

    Raquel Ochmonek

    Paul Fusco

    Paul Fusco

    Gordon "ALF" Shumway [Voice/Puppeteer]

    Andrea Elson

    Andrea Elson

    Lynn Tanner

    Benji Gregory

    Benji Gregory

    Brian Tanner

    John LaMotta

    John LaMotta

    Trevor Ochmonek

    Anne Schedeen

    Anne Schedeen

    Katherine Daphne "Kate" Halligan Tanner

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • ALF says in this episode that on Melmac, it's considered rude to talk with one's mouth closed, as it's a sign you're hiding something.

      • Goof: Mr. Carlin refers to his long-standing psychiatrist as Dr. Dykman, but on his door, Larry's last name is spelled Dykstra.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Willie: Even though there are certain situations in which lying is not as wrong as it is in other situations, I want you to know that lying is always wrong. Do you understand what I'm saying?
        Brian: (looks confused) Do you?

      • Mr. Carlin: That figures. Nobody ever talks about me, Dr. Dykman, except me, and I have to pay you to listen to it.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Jack Riley played the paranoid Elliot Carlin in The Bob Newhart Show, and returns here as another irascible pyschiatric patient sitting in Larry's waiting room.

      • This episode guest stars Bill Daily who was most famous for his role as Captain Roger Healy on I Dream of Jeannie, and as Howard Bordon on The Bob Newhart Show.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • ALF: Sure! I know all about psychology. I used to watch the old Bob Newhart Show. ALF is alluding to the 1970's sitcom which featured comedian Bob Newhart as Dr. Robert Hartley, a psychologist living in Chicago.

      • The title was derived from a Frank Sinatra song with the same name.

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