ALF

Season 2 Episode 24

Tequila

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Mar 28, 1988 on NBC
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Tequila
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Kate's friend, a known drinker, sees ALF in the kitchen and thinks she's hallucinating.

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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

    John LaMotta

    John LaMotta

    Trevor Ochmonek

    Liz Sheridan

    Liz Sheridan

    Raquel Ochmonek

    Anne Schedeen

    Anne Schedeen

    Katherine Daphne "Kate" Halligan Tanner

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Willie: ALF, what are you doing?!
        ALF: (sick from Tequila)) Groaning and groping and looking for a place to do the technicolor yawn.

      • Willie: (carefully controlling his anger after finding out that ALF has written a welcome message on the dining room wall) When?...How?...Why?
        ALF: About a half hour ago...with crayon...it seemed like a good idea at the time.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Dorothy Lyman is best known for her role as mama's daughter-in-law Naomi on Mama's Family.

      • ALF covers his mouth and runs toward their bathroom where he proceeds to get sick. He says, "Hey, I don't remember eating that." In reruns this line is cut out.

      • Syndication cuts out the beginning of a scene just before Maura and Kate arrive home. ALF gives his opinion on the living room after the paint got all over the couch. That scene was about 1 minute.
        In that clip we find out that Brian has a Smurf Clock in his room.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • ALF tells Maura and Kate: "I think we better call the Betty White Clinic." ALF also said "Hey, maybe it was the Betty Boop Clinic." ALF was talking about actress Betty White, and the 1930s cartoon character Betty Boop. He was alluding to the Betty Ford Clinic, a place that helps people with their alcohol problems.

      • The title is derived from a Champs instrumental with the same name.

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