Comedy writer Jerry Stahl, whose $6000-a-week heroin habit had him taking his infant daughter along on his drug runs and doing smack during TV script conferences. Departing detox, Stahl ... See full summary »
The pilot episode was taped on 19 November 2003. See more »
Yeah, I, uh, had heart surgery a couple years ago. People always ask me about it.
I had angioplasty and a stent. Uh, same thing Dick Cheney had, except they left my heart in.
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HA!- Alf and Ed are a funny team, and this show works
HA! -That's Alf's trademark phrase. Paul Fusco brought Alf to our planet back in the mid-1980's and he's been making us laugh ever since. The show "Alf" was on NBC for a few years, and has been in reruns ever since. Alf was funny on his show and that was more than just laughs for kids. Alf and Willy were a funny comedy team, and they could make anyone laugh. Now Alf has his own talk show and it's funny stuff. Alf is a witty host, and he can go verbally head-to-head with any major star. The guests have included: Tom Green, Merv Griffin, and Leon Redbone. You have to see it to believe it. The real surprise here is Ed McMahon. Here's a man in his 70's, and he really seems to be having fun along with his pal, Alf. Ed begins every show with a rousing "Here's Alf", and Ed plays a brilliant straight man to Alf. If you haven't seen this show, yet, try to catch it. This is good, potentially great television.
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