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[[File:ALF becomes a minister.png|thumb|300px|right|ALF becomes a minister for Barry.]]'''Gimme That Old Time Religion''' is the seventeenth episode of [[ALF (TV series)|''ALF'']]'s [[Season 4|fourth and final season]]. It originally aired on Jan. 29, 1990.
 
==Plot Summary==
 
==Plot Summary==
When ALF realizes that he must become a minister within six months or be cursed to yodel in perpetuity, he has the Tanner family help administer the required tests. The qualifications also require that ALF officiates over a sacred ceremony. He suggests that he officiate a vow renewal for Kate and Willie. Kate initially refuses, but the incessant yodeling causes her to change her mind.
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When [[ALF]] realizes that he must become a minister within six months or be cursed to yodel in perpetuity, he has the [[Tanner family]] help administer the required tests. The qualifications also require that [[ALF]] officiates over a sacred ceremony. He suggests that he officiate a vow renewal for [[Kate]] and [[Willie]]. [[Kate]] initially refuses, but the incessant yodeling causes her to change her mind.
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==Title Reference==
 
==Title Reference==
 
"(Give Me That) Old Time Religion" is a song by Jim Reeves.
 
"(Give Me That) Old Time Religion" is a song by Jim Reeves.
 
 
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ALF becomes a minister

ALF becomes a minister for Barry.

Gimme That Old Time Religion is the seventeenth episode of ALF's fourth and final season. It originally aired on Jan. 29, 1990.

Plot SummaryEdit

When ALF realizes that he must become a minister within six months or be cursed to yodel in perpetuity, he has the Tanner family help administer the required tests. The qualifications also require that ALF officiates over a sacred ceremony. He suggests that he officiate a vow renewal for Kate and Willie. Kate initially refuses, but the incessant yodeling causes her to change her mind.

Title ReferenceEdit

"(Give Me That) Old Time Religion" is a song by Jim Reeves.

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