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ALF season 3 episodes list:
ALF hides out in the back seat during Lynn's date at the drive-in.
In a fantasy sequence, ALF's guardian angel shows him what the Tanners' lives would be like without him.
The Tanners let Trevor Ochmonek stay at their house after he has a fight with his wife.
ALF hosts "The Tonight Show", with Ed McMahon.
Betrayed confidences cause a falling-out between ALF and Lynn.
The Tanners are invited to a Thanksgiving dinner with the Ochmonek's bizarre relatives.
ALF must avoid the Alien Task Force when a bum blows the whistle on him.
Kate goes back to work when a strike sends Willie home.
Seeing Willie and Kate reminiscing over their old stuff in the attic and show the family film footage of them attending the Woodstock festival, ALF asks Willie about the 1960s, causing Willie to ponder if he abandoned the ideals he held during those years.
ALF mistakenly believes his cousin is living in Barstow, when he reads an article in the National Inquisitor.
ALF makes Brian disappear with a mail-order magic kit.
ALF is convinced gangsters are chasing the Tanners' houseguest.
ALF's expose earns Willie a guest spot on David Horowitz's consumer advocate show.
ALF is convinced that a reclusive neighbor is actually Elvis Presley.
ALF has an allergic reaction to a baby.
An extortionist threatens to turn ALF in to the immigration authorities for being an "illegal alien".
ALF ghostwrites Jake's love letters.
ALF blames his streak of bad luck on a Melmac superstition.
Lynn ends up with two dates for a dance through ALF's mishandled phone message.
Desperate for a pet of his own, ALF acquires an ant farm.
ALF and Jake suggest Brian camp out to overcome his fear of the dark.
ALF sees Jake's kleptomaniac mother arrives for a visit, and steals a broach from Kate.
ALF imagines in black and white that he and the Tanners are silent-movie stars.
ALF prepares for the worst after experiencing a mild earthquake.
ALF prepares for the baby's arrival by re-enacting scenes from "The Dick Van Dyke Show."