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  • Activist Groups
    • Alabama Lunatic Fringe
      • When ALF calls the president, the operator researches "A-L-F", coming up with several fictional organizations, including The American Laundry Federation, The Association of Lawn Fertilizers and Alabama Lunatic Fringe (Season 1 episode Pennsylvania 6-5000)
  • Amusement Parks
    • TannerLand
      • ALF wants to create an amusement park (Season 3 Shake, Rattle and Roll)
    • TerryLand
      • Terry Faith Cosmetic-themed park (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Jaffee
      • Blood sucking maggots on Melmac that take the shape of their host. Presumably named after executive in charge of production James M. Jaffee (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
    • Melmac Cockroach
      • Insect that stows away on ALF's spaceship and grows larger when it encounters bug spray (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
    • Orbit Gnats
      • Alien insects ALF and Willie discuss - creatures that turn into crispy critters when they fly to close to ALF's ship heat shield (Season 3 Funeral for a Friend)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Navajo Meadows
      • Timeshare condominiums. ALF invites salesman over to the Tanner house to give their presentation (Season 4 episode Happy Together)
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • Backyard Blitzer
      • Willie's grill (Season 4 episode Fever)
    • Electric Sandwich Caddy
      • Invention ALF mentions, not a machine that brings you your sandwich, but a sandwich that hands you your golf clubs. (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
  • Armed Forces
    • Melmac Orbit Guard
      • Military unit that ALF was assigned to before his planet blew up - and the reason he was not on it when it did. Motto: To guard the orbits whether they need it or not. (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
  • Awards
    • Bachelor Living Badge
      • One of Brian's Badger Scout badges (Season 4 episode Mind Games)
    • Bod Of The Month
      • Award ALF received at his health club bank on Melmac, what would be known as a bakery here on earth (Season 4 episode Mind Games)
    • Cuckoo Of The Week Award
      • Award TV talk show host Lenny Scott gives out on his show (Season 2 episode Take a Look at Me Now)
    • Man Of The Century
      • Award ALF wins in Willie's dream (Season 1 episode Jump)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Big Daddy Tea Room A Go-go
      • Hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Club Juniper
      • Bar where Willie saw the band Whizzer Deaver and the Whizztones (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
    • Giggles
      • Comedy nightclub (Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • The Miss Southland Pageant
      • ALF enters Lynn in a beauty pageant to boost her spirits (Season 2 episode Oh Pretty Woman)
  • Books-Instructional
    • Having Babies
      • Book ALF studies up on in the elevator before helping a pregnant woman give birth (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
    • How To Develop Your Psychic Awareness In One Afternoon
      • Book ALF orders (Season 1 episode Wild Thing)
    • Rand McNally Guide To The Stars
      • Map ALF carried in the glove box of his spaceship (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
  • Books-Other
    • Elvis Is Alive: I'm Really Really Sure
      • ALF gets a book from the Legend of the Month Club about Elvis Presley entitled Elvis is Alive: I'm Really Really Sure. As a result of reading this book, ALF feels certain that Aaron King, a man that recently moved to the neighborhood is actually Elvis Presley in disguise (Season 3 episode Suspicious Minds)
    • Zen And The Art Of Acquisitions
      • The name of the last book that ALF read in the alternate reality his guardian angel shows him, the one where he never crashed into the Tanners' garage (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
  • Books-Reference
    • The Wonderful World Of Terry Faith Cosmetics
      • Guide that ALF receives in the mail when he starts selling Terry Faith Cosmetics (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
  • Bookstores
    • Legend Of The Month Club
      • ALF gets a book from the Legend of the Month Club about Elvis Presley entitled Elvis is Alive: I'm Really Really Sure. As a result of reading this book, ALF feels certain that Aaron King, a man that recently moved to the neighborhood is actually Elvis Presley in disguise (Season 3 episode Suspicious Minds)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Sugar Shocks
      • Bryan's breakfast cereal (Season 1 episode Looking for Lucky)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Dead Man's Rock
      • Rock in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Pudding In A Shoe
      • Snack food product on Melmac (Season 3 episode Alone Again, Naturally)
  • Carnivals and Circuses
    • Franklin Elementary School Science Carnival
      • Science fair (with clowns) for which Brian makes a model of the solar system (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
  • Chemical Companies
    • Boston Latrine Chemicals
      • Chemical company. ALF's investment strategy involves selecting companies whose names start with letters in Melmackian holidays. He picks Boston Latrine Chemicals because of the similarity to the holiday Blecch (Season 4 episode We're in the Money)
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Fruit Hammers
      • Snack food Kate mentions (Unaired version of the Pilot episode)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • The Brothers Of The Peaceful Dominion
      • Monastery that ALF joins after learning that his parents were married before he was born (Season 2 episode Wedding Bell Blues)
    • Malibu Nudist Chapel
      • The only church that's available for Kate's mother's wedding, so they decide to have the wedding at the Tanner's house (Season 2 episode Something's Wrong with Me)
    • World Famous Chapel Of The Bells
      • Wedding chapel where Willie's brother and his ex-wife almost get married again (Season 4 episode Love on the Rocks)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Alvin Heights
      • City on the planet Alvin (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
    • Detroit
      • City on Melmac infested with blood sucking maggots called Jeffees (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
    • Jaffe Town
      • New name for the city of Detroit on Melmac after it was infested with Jeffees (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Odor City
      • Joke ALF makes about Lynn's clog-dancing, saying she stinks (Season 2 episode Hail to the Chief)
  • Classes, Measurements and Types
    • Nathinganger
      • Month from the Melmackian calendar. ALF was born on the 28th of Nathinganger. (Season 2 episode Wedding Bell Blues)
    • Twangle
      • Month from the Melmackian calendar. ALF's parents were married on Twangle the 12th. (Season 2 episode Wedding Bell Blues)
  • Clocks and Watches
    • Furry Watch
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. Patented in Mongolia.
  • Clothing Stores
    • Frederick's Of Sri Lanka
      • Joke ALF makes about Willlie's shirt in a photo of him in the 60s (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Sir Tux Formal Wear
      • Company Willie calls to reserve a tux for Kate's mother's wedding (Season 2 episode Something's Wrong with Me)
  • Comic Books
    • Shana Mistress Of The Universe
      • ALF's favorite comic book (Season 1 episode Strangers in the Night)
  • Condiments
    • ALF Mayonnaise
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • The Dreaded Melmackian Hiccups
      • Condition that overtakes ALF on the eve of Kate's mother's wedding (Season 2 episode Something's Wrong with Me)
  • Construction Companies
    • The Poltergeist Construction Company
      • Joke potential house buyer makes when checking out the Tanner house because of all the things ALF breaks: "Who built this place? The Poltergeist Construction Company?" (Season 2 episode Movin Out)
  • Consultants
    • Gordon Shumway, Image Consultant
      • ALF's business venture (Season 2 episode Hail to the Chief)
  • Corporations
    • Sendrax
      • Company that creates products with CFCs. ALF begans a letter writing campaign to get them to stop producing the CFCs which were destroying the ozone layer. (Season 4 episode Stayin' Alive)
    • Shumway
      • A new company ALF says he's going to start in order to sell his Ragweed cold cure, similar to real company Amway (Season 4 episode Fever)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Lawrence Dykstra
      • Psychologist friend of Willie's that comes over to meet ALF (Season 1 episode Going Out of My Head Over You)
    • Dr. Schrock
      • Psychologist, host of the radio call-in show through which ALF meets his blond friend Jody (Season 1 episode For Your Eyes Only)
  • Currency
    • Wernick
      • Melmackian currency, 1 wernick is worth about $10 on Melmac (Season 2 episode Night Train)
  • Diet and Nutrition Products
    • ALF's Fat For Life Diet
      • ALF's idea for a diet fad (Season 4 episode Hungry Like the Wolf)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Gordon Shumway
      • ALF tells the pregnant woman in the elevator that he's a doctor from the Melmac Clinic in Minneapolis (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
  • Electronics-Communications
    • ALF 1000
      • Mobile phone product ALF is selling on the Season 4 DVD menus. ALF: "The ALF is for me, and the 1000 is what you'll be forking over to get one." Comes with your choice of cat skins, including Calico and Siamese, a free cutlery set and ringtones, including ALF fart tones and ALF burp tones. Burp tones are ALF burping the name of your city. Extra cost for city names with a lot of syllables or starting with the letter Q.
    • ALF Push Button Phone
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Call your friends collect $49.99."
  • Elementary Schools
    • Franklin Elementary School
      • Brian's school (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Bulbo The Complaining Freak Of Nature
      • ALF's circus alter ego in his dream sequence about living with a grownup Lynn and her mime husband (Season 4 episode The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades)
    • Rudolph And His Spinning Plates
      • ALF's opening act (Season 4 episode It's My Party)
  • Fast Food-Hot Dogs
    • Wiener-on-a-Stick
      • ALF version of Hotdog on a Stick, where Willie picks up dinner at the mall on his way home form work (Season 2 episode Hail to the Chief)
  • Film Production Companies
    • M.G.M.-Lynn Studios
      • New name for MGM after Lynn takes over in ALF's comedy career dream sequence (Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
  • Financial Services
    • Heinz, Fines And My Dad
      • Brokerage house where ALF's character in Willie's 60s dream gets a job when he sells out (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • The Home Investor's Network
      • Online stock market service that ALF accesses on Willie's computer (Season 4 episode We're in the Money)
    • Nick Mintz A.k.a. Nick The Fish
      • Grandma's bookie (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Schecter, Cosay & Klein, Investment Brokers
      • ALF sells the gold plumbing from his spaceship to buy Lynn a $90,000 Ferrari, then proceeds to take it for a spin and wreck it by crashing into the Tanners' garage (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Venus Flytrap
      • Plant from Venus that ALF mentions, quite different from the Earth variety (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
  • Food
    • #37 Muenster Madness
      • Cheese product in the cheese log issue of the a food catalog (Season 2 episode Tequila)
    • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
      • TV dinner on Melmac, from Melmac the Magnificent sketch on The Tonight Show (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • Fish Whiz
      • Snack food product ALF mentions, apparently similar to Cheez Whiz, but made with fish instead of cheese (Season 3 Don't be Afraid of the Dark)
    • The Nell Carter Ball
      • Cheese product in the cheese log issue of the a food catalog (Season 2 episode Tequila)
    • Slimeball
      • Dessert item ALF brought with him on his spaceship. Flavors include wild cherry and slug. (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Waxman Funeral Parlor
      • Location of Uncle Albert's funeral (Season 2 episode We're So Sorry Uncle Albert)
  • Furniture Products
    • ALF Bed Tent
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Perfect for Camp-ins. $159.99".
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Alien Task Force
      • Government agency that comes looking for ALF. (Pilot episode)
  • Gun Stores
    • Buckley's House Of Gun Powder
      • Gun store ALF mentions - kidding, I think (Season 3 episode Do You Believe in Magic?)
  • Hardware Stores
    • The Hardware Hamlet
      • ALF orders Christmas gifts for the Tanners from a catalog (Season 1 episode Oh, Tannerbaum)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Pecs 'R' Us
      • Friends, are you getting too fat for things you used to fit in, like your house? When you get on the scale, does it say, "Get off the elephant first"? Does your sunken chest appear on pirate treasure maps? Then come to our health club. At Pecs ‘R' Us, we'll tone up your muscles While we slim down your wallet. At Pecs ‘R' Us, you'll build your biceps banging on our door for a refund. Yes, friends, we've got barbells and dumbbells… Friends, if you want to join Pecs ‘R' Us, come on down to our main office. How do you get there? You take the Golden State freeway to the Ventura freeway to the San Diego freeway till you come to the Slauson cut-Off. Get out of your car, cut off your Slauson, get back in your car, then drive 9 more miles to the neon sign that says "Steroids on Tap. (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
  • Historical Events
    • The Great Foam Rush Of Aught 8
      • Rush for foam (foam was used as currency on Melmac) that ALF's great Uncle Louis Louis the prospector started (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
  • Holidays
    • Blecch
      • Melmackian holiday. ALF's investment strategy involves selecting companies whose names start with letters in Melmackian holidays. He picks Boston Latrine Chemicals because of the similarity to the holiday Blecch (Season 4 episode We're in the Money)
    • Fappiano
      • Thanksgiving on Melmac (Season 3 episode Turkey in the Straw)
    • National Rag On The Martians Day
      • Holiday on Melmac (Season 2 episode Isn't It Romantic)
    • Shout At A Shrub Day
      • Holiday on ALF's home planet Melmac.
    • St. Melmac's Day
      • Holiday on Melmac (Season 2 episode We are Family)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • ALF Comforter
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "98% fur, 2% yogurt (just like ALF) $79.99".
    • ALF Cookie Jar
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Perfect for earthworms, kittens and other savory snacks, or if you're vegetarian - cookies."
    • ALF Curtains
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Stop peeping toms! $129.99. Actual reproductions of department store knock-offs."
    • ALF Talking Alarm Clock
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network (part of ALF's "Extreme Home Takeover" home collection), from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Soothing sound! $89.99".
    • Nauga-boo
      • Fake bamboo that ALF orders to decorate his room after seeing Gilligan's Island (Season 2 episode Somewhere Over the Rerun Heaven?)
  • Hospitals
    • The Melmac Clinic
      • ALF tells the pregnant woman in the elevator that he's a doctor from the Melmac Clinic in Minneapolis (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
  • Islands
    • Devil's Island
      • Island mentioned on Kate's mother favorite soap opera One World to Hope For (Season 1 episode Little Bit of Soap)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Household Rule #856, Subsection D, Paragraph 2: We Do Not Eat The Cat.
      • Rule made for ALF living in the Tanner household (Season 1 episode Going Out of My Head Over You)
  • Libraries
    • Melmackian National Library
      • Joke ALF makes - Did you hear about the Melmackian National Library burned down? They lost both books (Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Duke Of The Mist Hotel
      • Niagara Falls hotel where Willie and Kate spent their honeymoon (Season 2 episode Isn't It Romantic)
    • Parasite Hotel
      • Hotel in song of the same name that ALF sings on the piano (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • Terryland Hotel
      • Terry Faith Cosmetic-themed hotel (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
  • Magazines-News
    • The Reporter
      • Magazine TV star Brian reads in ALF's comedy career dream sequence (Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Cat Lover's Monthly
      • One of many magazines ALF subscribes to, described as: "kind of a letdown - no recipes." (Season 1 episode Come Fly With Me)
    • National Cat Society
      • Magazine ALF mentions (Season 4 episode Lies)
    • Vegas Life
      • Magazine ALF reads (Season 4 episode Love on the Rocks)
  • Magicians
    • ALF The Stupifying
      • ALF's magician alter ego (Season 3 episode Do You Believe in Magic?)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Cosmique Cosmetics
      • Cosmetic company where ALD works in the alternate reality that his guardian angel shows him, the one where he never crashed into the Tanners' garage (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Evening Lobster
      • Terry Faith Cosmetic product (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • Good Soul
      • Cosmetic product sold by ALF's cosmetic company Cosmique Cosmetics in the alternate reality that his guardian angel shows him, the one where he never crashed into the Tanners' garage (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Guacamole Skin Toner
      • Terry Faith Cosmetic product (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • Preparation Shumway
      • Cosmetic product made from ALF's carburetor sludge in the alternate reality that his guardian angel shows him, the one where he never crashed into the Tanners' garage (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Shumway Lip Gloss
      • Cosmetic product made from ALF's axle grease in the alternate reality that his guardian angel shows him, the one where he never crashed into the Tanners' garage (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Shumway Number 5
      • Cosmetic product made from ALF's radiator fluid in the alternate reality that his guardian angel shows him, the one where he never crashed into the Tanners' garage (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Sub-reflective Chin Buffing Paste
      • Terry Faith Cosmetic product (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • Terry Faith Cosmetics
      • Cosmetics ALF sells (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
  • Meat
    • Meat Whiz
      • Snack food product ALF mentions, apparently similar to Cheez Whiz, but made with meat instead of cheese (Season 3 Don't be Afraid of the Dark)
  • Menu Items
    • Beef Ambrosia
      • Name for the brisket menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Calico Claws
      • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Cat Tails
      • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Celestial Ambrosia
      • Name for the tuna salad menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Chicago 7 Layer Cake
      • Dessert menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • Chicken On The Half Shell
      • Menu item at Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster, the seafood restaurant where Lynn works (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Chili Cat
      • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • El Gato Stew
      • Menu item (Daily stray special) at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Feline And Fries
      • Menu item (served with or without gravy) at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
    • Heavenly Ambrosia
      • Name for the egg salad menu item at the Big Daddy Tea Room a Go-Go, the hippie hangout in Willie's 60s dream (Season 3 episode My Back Pages)
    • The Humongous
      • Name for a very large pizza at Mike's Pizza Barge. (Season 1 episode Mother and Child Reunion)
    • Oyster Dog
      • Menu item at Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster, the seafood restaurant where Lynn works (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • The Pullet And Hullet Platter
      • Menu item at Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster, the seafood restaurant where Lynn works (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Whisker Omelette
      • Menu item at the restaurant where ALF and his friends are eating during Melmac flashback (Season 1 episode Help Me, Rhonda)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • The Bibliocide Ritual
      • Melmackian ceremony in which one asks atonement in front of people wearing meat. ALF mentions it as potential cure for the bad luck curse he gets for destroying a history book (Season 3 episode Superstition)
    • The Funky ALF
      • When ALF finds out that clog-dancing isn't a dance around a clogged sink, he says there should be a dance like that, and it should be called The Funky ALF (Season 2 episode Oh Pretty Woman)
  • Mountains
    • Mt. Hoppy
      • Flat mountain ALF says he walked/climbed on the planet Griphard (Season 2 episode Night Train)
  • Movie Theaters
    • The Octoplex
      • Movie theatre Lynn mentions (Season 3 episode Do You Believe in Magic?)
  • Movies
    • Broadway And 74th
      • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont as a tap-dancing bag lady (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Cellblock Serenade
      • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Footlight Fancies
      • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont as an aging vamp (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Hide Now Or Else
      • When ALF is told to hide now or else, he jokes, "Wasn't that a Chuck Norris film?" (Season 2 episode The Boy Next Door)
    • Lady Brings The Blues
      • Joke ALF makes about Kate's mother - what they should call the movie of her life (Season 4 episode Break Up to Make Up)
    • Minnie Tells Mickey That Roger Rabbit Died
      • 
Movie mentions after Pecs ‘R' Us sketch on the Tonight Show: "And now, back to our movie - Gene Barry, Barry Nelson, Nelson Eddy, Eddie Albert and Gotcha the Wonder Goose in: Minnie Tells Mickey that Roger Rabbit Died." (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • Sam Spade Gets Spayed
      • ALF: "In my quest for stardom, I was screen tested for roles too numerous to mention. Ok, i'll mention them. For example I did not get the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi In the movie Star Wars. I did not get the lead in the F.D.R. Story. But I did get called back twice for the role of Eleanor. And i lost out to McGruff the crime dog for the lead in Sam Spade Gets Spayed. (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • Stage Door Yanni
      • Film featuring ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont as a swedish bombshell (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
  • Movies-Parody
    • Throw Margaret From The Train
      • Fake film name ALF makes about Willie's brother's ex-wife (Season 4 episode Love on the Rocks)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Jupiter Guys
      • Movie set dressing guy is making that wants to buy or rent ALF's spaceship to use as prop in the movie. (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Jackrabbit Courier
      • Delivery service (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
    • Jackrabbit Delivery Service
      • Service ALF calls to take Brian his lucky tooth for his school play (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
  • Museums
    • Terry Faith Museum
      • Terry Faith Cosmetic-themed museum (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
  • Musicians
    • G-Men / Doors
      • Lynn's crush's band - he says they were G-Men, but then found out somebody else had the name already, so they changed it to Doors.
    • Rapmaster ALF
      • ALF's rapping political candidate musical alter ego in Kate's dream (Season 2 episode Hail to the Chief)
    • Whizzer Deaver And The Whizztones
      • Band that the guy Kate's mother starts dating used to be in (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
  • Natural Areas
    • Dead Man's Bluff
      • Bluff in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • Dead Man's Canyon
      • Canyon in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • Dead Man's Gorge
      • Gorge in Death Valley (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
    • Walcoba Canyon
      • Canyon in Death Valley where Willie and ALF go looking for Willie's ancestor's buried gold (Season 4 episode Mr. Sandman)
  • Neighborhoods
    • Rancho Estates
      • Timeshare property where the Tanners and the Ochmoneks go for the weekend. Where "Every day is a good day." (Season 1 episode Come Fly With Me)
  • Newspapers
    • Daily Chronicle
      • Newspaper from silent movie sketch (Season 3 Like an Old Time Movie)
    • National Inquisitor
      • ALF version of the National Enquirer from multiple episodes (Season 3 episode Alone Again, Naturally, Season 4 episode Lies, Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
  • Office Products
    • Alan Thicke's World Of Ants
      • Calendar Willie and Lynn give to ALF during his ant farm phase (Season 3 Funeral for a Friend)
  • Operations
    • Operation Sam Scam
      • ALF's plan to get revenge on the mechanic that ripped Willie off (Season 3 episode Fight Back)
  • Personal Care Products
    • ALF Electric Toothbrush
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Featuring cat whisker bristles, new and pre-owned models available."
  • Pest Control Services
    • Five Steves Pest Removal
      • Cover van for the Alien Task Force (Season 3 episode Turkey in the Straw)
    • Pop's Pest Control
      • Company Willie calls to deal with the cockroach from Melmac (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
  • Pet Products
    • Tasty Vittles
      • Cat food Jody serves ALF on accident, play on Purina's Tender Vittles brand (Season 1 episode Looking for Lucky)
  • Pet Stores
    • Pete's House Of Pets
      • Store mentioned on police scanner when the Tanners are looking for ALF - site of break-in (Season 1 episode Wild Thing)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Mike's Pizza Barge
      • Pizza parlor from various episodes. ALF orders a pizza from when he's trapped in the house with Mrs. Ochmonek babysitting Brian (Season 1 episode Strangers in the Night). Also mentioned in the episode when Kate's mother visits (Season 1 episode Mother and Child Reunion). Also appears in Season 2 episode We Gotta Get Out of This Place.
    • Mino's Pizza
      • 
Pizza box covering up a window that ALF break in Willie's brother's apartment (Season 4 episode Happy Together)
  • Planets
    • Alvin
      • ALF tells Brian there are two more planets in our solar system - Dave and Alvin (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
    • Batu
      • ALF thinks the football in Santa's truck is a toy spaceship from the planet Batu (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
    • Bungaraya
      • ALF asks the sick girl in the hospital room if she's from the planet Bungaraya (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
    • Dave
      • ALF claims there's a 10th planet called Dave. it's actually the minor planet called Chiron. (Season 1 episode Jump)
    • Donald
      • Joke Willie makes about the names of the two additional planets in our solar system - Mickey and Donald. Their names are actually Alvin and Dave. (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
    • Griphard
      • Planet, location of Mt. Hoppy, a flat mountain ALF says he walked/climbed on the planet Griphard (Season 2 episode Night Train)
    • K-171 / Neesback
      • Planet. ALF: "There's no intelligent life on Neesback" (Season 3 episode Turkey in the Straw)
    • Melmac
      • The name of ALF's home planet, and also what it was made out of.
    • Mickey
      • Joke Willie makes about the names of the two additional planets in our solar system - Mickey and Donald. Their names are actually Alvin and Dave. (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
    • Spud
      • Joke TV talk show host Lenny Scott makes about the alien that Mrs. Ochmonek claims to have seen, and then recreates out of mashed potatoes à la Close Encounters: "Must be from the planet Spud." (Season 2 episode Take a Look at Me Now)
    • Xerxes 4
      • Planet. When ALF reads a National Inquisitor article about Amazon women on Alpha Centauri, he writes a letter to let them know that they're actually another planet called Xerxes 4 (Season 4 episode Lies)
  • Political Parties
    • The Democats
      • Combination political party and a doo-wop group (Season 2 episode Hail to the Chief)
  • Professional Organizations
    • The American Laundry Federation
      • When ALF calls the president, the operator researches "A-L-F", coming up with several fictional organizations, including The American Laundry Federation, The Association of Lawn Fertilizers and Alabama Lunatic Fringe (Season 1 episode Pennsylvania 6-5000)
    • The Association Of Lawn Fertilizers
      • When ALF calls the president, the operator researches "A-L-F", coming up with several fictional organizations, including The American Laundry Federation, The Association of Lawn Fertilizers and Alabama Lunatic Fringe (Season 1 episode Pennsylvania 6-5000)
  • Psychic Services
    • Melmac The Magnificent
      • ALF's version of Carnac the Magnificent when he wears Johnny's turban on the Tonight Show (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
  • Radio Programs
    • ALF Funny Satellite Radio Show
      • ALF's new satellite radio show, which he claims is being broadcast from an actual satellite, though it later revealed to be a sound stage (Sketch featured on the Season 3 DVD menu)
  • Radio Stations
    • Funny Satellite Radio Network
      • Satellite radio network hosting ALF's new radio show. ALF says he's going head to head with Howard (Stern). It's called "Funny" because Howard is on "Sirius" (Sketch featured on the Season 3 DVD menu)
    • KLVZ
      • Local radio station ALF calls trying to win a Porsche (Pilot episode)
  • Recipes
    • Cats Benedict
      • Melmackian dish that ALF mentions (Season 2 episode You Ain't Nothing But a Hound Dog)
    • Chocolate Ragweed
      • Dish ALF eats when he's sick with a cold, served with Pesto (Season 4 episode Fever)
    • Chocolate Turkey
      • Dish ALF eats when he's sick with a cold (Season 4 episode Fever)
    • Cream Of Pizza Soup
      • Dish Kate makes for ALF when he's sick with a cold (Season 4 episode Fever)
    • Everything With Everything On It
      • ALF's favorite meal (Season 3 Standing in the Shadows of Love)
    • June Bug Flambé
      • Dish ALF ends up with after attempting to cook june bug scaloppine (Season 3 episode Superstition)
    • June Bug Scaloppine
      • Dish ALF attempts to cook (Season 3 episode Superstition)
    • Sloppy Joes And Fiberglass
      • ALF makes breakfast for the Tanners to get on Santa's nice list (Season 1 episode Oh, Tannerbaum)
  • Rehabilitation
    • The Betty Boop Clinic
      • Rehab clinic ALF suggests for Kate's alcoholic friend, meaning the Betty Ford Clinic (Season 2 episode Tequila)
    • The Betty White Clinic
      • Rehab clinic ALF suggests for Kate's alcoholic friend, meaning the Betty Ford Clinic (Season 2 episode Tequila)
  • Repair Services
    • The Tree Repairman
      • When Willie and ALF are stuck in the woods, Willie dreams of life back home without an alien in his household, until Kate calls the Tree Repairman to fix their tree, who turns out to be ALF (Season 1 episode Oh, Tannerbaum)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • The Candlelight Restaurant
      • Restaurant where Willie and Kate went when they were younger and wrote down their hopes and dreams on the menu (Season 1 episode Jump)
    • Emilio's
      • Willie reserves a table for he and Kate on Valentine's Day (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster
      • Restaurant where Lynn works to save up enough money to buy a car (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Mr. Jim's Dog And Cat
      • Restaurant on Melmac that ALF mentions - The owner Mr. Jim was put in prison for substituting hamburger for Collie. (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
  • Retirement Communities
    • Sunset Villa
      • Retirement home where ALF's favorite actress Louise Beaumont resides, the woman Eleanor Roosevelt once called, "Tthe sexiest woman alive" (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
  • Services-Other
    • Ghost-o-gram
      • Joke ALF makes about his guardian angel (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Thompson Ratings
      • The ALF version of the Nielsen Ratings, introduced to the Tanner household (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
  • Social Clubs
    • ALF's Online Global Fan Network
      • ALF's fan club, from the Season 4 DVD menus. Described by the president, a hot babe named Cindy, it's an international conglomeration of gorgeous women united to bring more ALF to the planet through online media technology.
  • Songs
    • The Alien Shuffle
      • ALF and Lynn's rap song (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • Asparagus
      • Song Willie writes for Bryan's play (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • Cat Barrel Polka
      • Polka song ALF mentions (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Parasite Hotel (song)
      • Song ALF sings on the piano (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
  • Sporting Events
    • The Second Annual Tanner Invitational Croquet Tournament
      • The Tanner family's annual tournament (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
  • Sports
    • Biscuit Ball
      • ALF invents a new sport, played with biscuits (Season 2 episode The Boy Next Door)
    • Bouillabaseball
      • Sport on ALF's home planet Melmac, a game played on ice using fish parts as a ball (Season 2 episode Oh Pretty Woman)
    • Diaper Tennis
      • Sport ALF creates using a diaper for a ball (Season 3 Having My Baby)
    • Didey Ball
      • Sport ALF creates using a diaper for a ball (Season 3 Having My Baby)
    • Gerbil Hockey
      • One of ALF's strange sports. Willie: "Well, sure, who else is going to teach him About bouillabaseball, and pasta polo, And other sports involving the hurling Of inappropriate objects? Like gerbil hockey?" (Season 3 Having My Baby)
    • Klaneball
      • Sport on Melmac. Just like ice hockey, except ithere's no skating or puck, just hitting each other with sticks. (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
    • Muck Sucking
      • Melmac's biggest sport, apparently very similar to croquet (Season 3 episode Stairway to Heaven)
    • Pasta Polo
      • One of ALF's strange sports. Willie: "Well, sure, who else is going to teach him About bouillabaseball, and pasta polo, And other sports involving the hurling Of inappropriate objects? Like gerbil hockey?" (Season 3 Having My Baby)
    • Skleenball
      • Sport ALF used to play back on Melmac that he attempts to recreate with Brian, in which you have to sling your anchovies into your opponent's laundry basket (Season 2 episode Working My Way Back to You)
    • Talequoits
      • Bowling. ALF: "Now, the secret to bowling, Or talequoits as it's known in the civilized universe, Is in the wrist action." (Season 3 episode Stop in the Name of Love)
  • Sports Animals-Racehorses
    • Cat Killer
      • Name of race horse ALF bets on (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Naughty Nina
      • Name of race horse ALF bets on (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
    • Out Of Body Experience
      • Name of race horse in one of the races that ALF bets on (Season 1 episode The Gambler)
  • Stores-Other
    • Buckley's House Of Magic
      • Magic shop ALF order supplies from (Season 3 episode Do You Believe in Magic?)
    • McConnell's Tree Farm
      • Christmas tree farm Willie and ALF are looking for when they get lost in the woods (Season 1 episode Oh, Tannerbaum)
  • Substances
    • Melmac (substance)
      • The substance that the planet Melmac is made out of.
  • Theater Productions
    • The 2-Layer Pineapple Surprise Cake In A Sun Hat Trick
      • Magic trick ALF attempts using Kate's sun hat (Season 3 episode Do You Believe in Magic?)
    • Nudes on Ice
      • Show ALF mentions (Season 4 episode Love on the Rocks)
    • Tanner Dinner Theater
      • ALF puts on a play with his new ventriloquist dummy: "Starring Gordon Shumway and Paul" (Season 2 episode I'm Your Puppet)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • 105th
      • Address of Pete's House of Pets - 105th and decker (Season 1 episode Wild Thing)
    • Decker
      • Address of Pete's House of Pets - 105th and decker (Season 1 episode Wild Thing)
    • Waverly Place
      • Kate leaves new baby Eric with ALF when she goes out to show a house on Waverly Place (Season 4 episode Baby Come Back)
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Hemdale Street
      • The Tanner family's address (Season 1 episode Strangers in the Night). "It's an unassuming house that needs a paint job," according to ALF. (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green) "It's a beige house, you can't miss it." (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • Hicks Street
      • Jake's crush's address (Season 3 Standing in the Shadows of Love)
    • Julio Street
      • Street mentioned on police scanner when the Tanners are looking for ALF - location of a treed cat (Season 1 episode Wild Thing)
    • Juniper Street
      • Address of Club Juniper, bar where Willie saw the band Whizzer Deaver and the Whizztones (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
  • Toy Products
    • ALF Board Game
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • ALF Bobblehead
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • ALF Inflatable Doll
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Just like the real thing. ALF used one on Melmac to drive in the carpool lane."
    • ALF Lunch Box
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • ALF Plush Doll
      • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus.
    • Bouillabaseball Trading Cards
      • Trading cards with sports figures from a sport on ALF's home planet Melmac, a game played on ice using fish parts as a ball. Each pack comes with a stick of cat-flavored gum, either Tabby or Persian (Season 2 episode Oh Pretty Woman)
    • Dr. Potato Famine
      • Action figure that Brian's friend Spencer's dad's secretary gave him (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
  • Travel Agencies
    • Bye Bye Travel
      • Service ALF calls to take Brian his lucky tooth for his school play (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
  • TV Shows
    • 230-something
      • Theoretical TV show ALF thinks he could star in if he went public: "I might even get my own tv show, A poignant drama about my generation." (Season 2 episode We are Family)
    • The Adventures Of The Tanner Family
      • TV show that the folks trapped on Gilligan's Island watch (Season 2 episode Somewhere Over the Rerun Heaven?)
    • ALF Mobisodes
      • Quick 30 second (17 seconds without commercials) ALF video webisodes available online, consisting of recycled footage from ALF's TV show ALF is selling on the Season 4 DVD menus.
    • ALF-catraz
      • Joke ALF makes about being trapped in the Tanner house (Season 2 episode We are Family)
    • The Days And Nights Of Molly Polka
      • New TV show the president of NBC orders after Polka Jamboree hits #1 in the ratings thanks to ALF (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Eric In Charge
      • New name for Charles in Charge after baby Eric replaces him (Season 4 episode Make ‘Em Laugh)
    • The X-rays
      • TV show ALF watches (Season 1 episode Little Bit of Soap)
  • TV Shows-Exercise
    • 30-Minute Workout
      • Morning TV exercise show Lynn and Trevor watch (Season 2 episode Movin Out)
  • TV Shows-News
    • Crime Stoppers
      • TV show that asks viewers to hunt down dangerous felons for a buck (Season 4 episode Wanted Dead or Alive)
    • Eye On The Town
      • News show that airs a news story titled "The Japanese Trade Imbalance: What do women in bikinis think about it" (Season 2 episode Working My Way Back to You)
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • Melmackian Babe Magnet
      • New TV reality show ALF from Season 4 DVD menus. ALF is the aforementioned babe magnet. ALF is in the process of casting for babes, and for magnets.
    • Polka Jamboree
      • Trevor's, and then ALF's favorite show, described by Trevor as "A Slavic soul train" (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Polka Time
      • TV show that ALF watches (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • Polka Train
      • New TV show the president of NBC orders after Polka Jamboree hits #1 in the ratings thanks to ALF (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
  • TV Shows-Shopping
    • ALF Shopping Network
      • There are short skits on the Season 2 DVD menus with ALF hosting a home shopping channel dedicated to selling ALF-themed merchandise. 888-555-4ALF.
  • TV Shows-Soap Operas
    • One World To Hope For
      • Kate's mother's favorite soap opera. Alf: "That's not a soap opera that's a sleeping pill." (Season 1 episode Little Bit of Soap)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • The Lenny Scott Show
      • Local TV talk show known for having kooks and weirdos that Mrs. Ochmonek goes after seeing ALF in the Tanners' backyard (Season 2 episode Take a Look at Me Now)
    • Video Couch
      • TV show with shrink that helps viewers cope with their problems. ALF calls in for help after burning Brian's history book in the oven, which is bad luck on Melmac, getting you a curse of 7 years of bad luck, plus 7 more years of really bad luck (Season 3 episode Superstition)
  • TV Stations
    • Channel 129
      • 
Home of the TV show Video Couch (Season 3 episode Superstition)
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 06
      • TV station with local news program, from various episode. News crew comes out to the Tanner house when ALF calls the consumer reports reporter about their TV not working (Season 1 episode Weird Science) Airing "Godzilla Week" (Season 2 episode Isn't It Romantic) Local news. (Season 2 episode Someone to Watch Over Me)
    • Channel 09
      • Local TV station playing the movie Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho that ALF mentions wanting to watch (Season 1 episode Strangers in the Night)
  • Vehicle Models - Cars and Trucks
    • Phlegm Turbo
      • Automobile ALF sold at his Phlegm dealership back on Melmac. "A classic," according to ALF. (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • Batu Spaceship
      • ALF thinks the football in Santa's truck is a toy spaceship from the planet Batu (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
  • Waste Management
    • Tojunga Toxic Waste Dump
      • Location visible from the airplane on the way to Rancho Estates (Season 1 episode Come Fly With Me)
  • Water
    • The Great Tanner Reef
      • After watching Gilligan's Island, ALF builds a lagoon, which Willie calls The Great Tanner Reef (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Gilligan's Island)
    • Widow-maker Falls
      • Waterfall ALF mentions (Season 2 episode Night Train)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Papoon
      • Melmackian word for the number right after ten (Season 3 Standing in the Shadows of Love)
    • Quidnunc
      • Melmackian word meaning "one who wears meat" (Season 3 episode Promises, Promises)
    • Quidnuncle
      • Melmackian word meaning "relative who wears meat" (Season 3 episode Promises, Promises)
  • Youth Programs
    • Badger Scouts
      • ALF version of boy scouts (Season 3 Don't be Afraid of the Dark)
  • Zoos
    • County Zoo
      • Local zoo mentioned on police scanner when the Tanners are looking for ALF (Season 1 episode Wild Thing)

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