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Looking for Lucky is the third episode of the first season of ALF.
Looking for Lucky

ALF asking a cat if he's seen Lucky

It originally aired on Oct. 6, 1986.

Plot SummaryEdit

When Lucky the Cat disappears after ALF has a feeding frenzy, everyone believes that ALF has eaten him. In order to prove his innocence, ALF leaves in search of Lucky.

ALF is caught by an animal shelter worker and put in a dog cage at the shelter. A cat is brought into the shelter that looks very similar to Lucky. ALF escapes and takes the cat with him.

When ALF returns home, he presents the cat to the Tanner family, but while he was away, the Tanners found out that Lucky was in the Ochmonek's basement.

TriviaEdit

  • First episode concerning Lucky playing a major role.
  • First time ALF went into the outside world.
  • The first episode that centers around Lucky
  • This is the first time that ALF went outside, heavily referenced that it would be a fatal decision.
  • This is the debut of a running gag where Lynn loses her appetite due to ALF's grotesque antics. (it was the scene where Willie shown proof that ALF's hairball was not Lucky's hairball).
  • The Tanners family do not apologize to ALF for accusing him of eating Lucky as in the syndicated version. They perhaps do in the full broadcast length of the episode.
  • Antagonist: Keith
  • This episode is # 3 on comcast yet 6 on dvd versions for unknown reasons.

Title ReferenceEdit

There are several songs entitled "Looking for Love" which may have been the basis for this episodes title. The Hootie and the Blowfish album Looking for Lucky could not have inspired this episode title since it was not released until 2005.

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