Brian's 7th birthday is approaching and it gets ALF depressed, because he realizes he's never going to see his friends on Melmac again - he was finally going to get together with his true ... See full summary »

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Brian's 7th birthday is approaching and it gets ALF depressed, because he realizes he's never going to see his friends on Melmac again - he was finally going to get together with his true love Rhonda and then the planet exploded. In sleep, ALF dreams about his 228th birthday on Melmac, just before the explosion. In order to cheer ALF up, Brian and Willie start broadcasting into space, in hopes of finding another survivor from Melmac. Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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Comedy | Drama | Family | Sci-Fi

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10 November 1986 (USA)  »

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When ALF is saying his goodbyes to everyone, he says, "Good night Mrs. Ochmonek, wherever you are." This was a reference to the line Jimmy Durante used to say at the end of his radio program, "Good night, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are!" See more »

Goofs

Willie and Brian make a radio contact with another Melmacian, Skip, who says he is "headed for Andromeda". Since Andromeda is 2.5 *million* light years away, Skip obviously has to be using *faster-than-light* traveling if he's ever going to make it there, so how can he have a radio contact with Willie when radio signals travel "only" at the speed of light? See more »

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At the end of the closing credits of episode, Alf is heard laughing. See more »

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References Mary Tyler Moore (1970) See more »

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Help Me, Rhonda
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Written by Brian Wilson, Mike Love
Performed by The Beach Boys
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