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[[File:ALF becomes a minister.png|thumb|300px|right|ALF becomes a minister for Barry.]]
 
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==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.

Revision as of 06:07, February 3, 2011

ALF becomes a minister

ALF becomes a minister for Barry.

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.

Title Reference

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



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