Last night I stumbled upon an episode of Comedy Central’s Portable Lounge with Chris Gethard and Bobby Moynihan. In the midst of their banter, the comedic pair discussed how the sitcom Alf ended its final episode. When the television series wrapped in 1990, fans were left with Alf being captured by ATF. Moynihan remarked how the abrupt end to the series was amazingly sad. While Gethard described the television airing of Project Alf, a film that brought resolution to Alf’s military detainment. The film aired in 1996, which makes sense why I never heard about it because I was probably at marching band practice. Gethard indicated that Alf running in the movie was “unprecedented.” However when thinking about the television show’s opening credits, it shows Alf walking into frame to pose with the Tanner’s, his Earth family. A running Alf is still cool though and so I was intrigued to see if I could view Project Alf somewhere online.
Lo and behold, You Tube came to the rescue of my query and supplied me with Project Alf in 10 parts. The video quality is pretty decent, as well is its commercial editing. As a gift to all the dads out there today, I wanted to give you links to all 10 parts of Project Alf:
Thanks to all you dads out there that do what you do to make life awesome for your little ones. Also thanks to YouTube user space237 for supplying the internet with Project Alf.