ALF starts to go through a phase where his erratic behavior and hunger for cats will, in his own words, make him "ALF to the tenth power". He wants Willie to build a cage where he can be ... See full summary »

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ALF starts to go through a phase where his erratic behavior and hunger for cats will, in his own words, make him "ALF to the tenth power". He wants Willie to build a cage where he can be locked in until the phase is over. Will the cage be strong enough? Can they keep him locked in when he tries to plot himself out? Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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The Lady is a Tramp
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Written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
Performed by Paul Fusco, John LaMotta, Max Wright
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