Ronald Reagan's Favorite Episodes of Alf
ALF is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from September 22, 1986 to March 24, 1990. It averaged nearly 20 million viewers per week during its all too brief run. One of those viewers was Ronald Reagan the President. These are his favorite episodes, according to classified handwritten notes from Caspar Weinberger recently released by the CIA.
- 1.Pennsylvania 6-5000 (Season 1, Episode 4)ALF calls President Reagan to express his concern over nuclear weapon proliferation. ALF mistakes a dog for a cat.
- 2.Running Scared (Season 3, Episode 17)An extortionist threatens to turn ALF in to immigration authorities. ALF mistakes an episode of "Family Ties" for a cat.
- 3.We're in the Money (Season 4, Episode 4)After making $5,000, ALF becomes addicted to the stock market. ALF mistakes his reflection for a cat.
- 4.Lookin' Through the Window (Season 1, Episode 21)ALF believes he witnesses his neighbor commit murder. ALF mistakes a Long John Silvers for a cat.
- 5.Baby, You Can Drive My Car (Season 1, Episode 10)ALF sells part of his spaceship to buy Lynn a Ferrari. ALF mistakes a post-it note that says "cat" for a cat.