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'''[[File:Isn't_It_Romantic.jpg|thumb|302px]]Isn't It Romantic?''' is the tenth episode of [[ALF (TV series)|''ALF'']]'s [[Season 2|second season]]. It originally aired in November 23th, 1987.
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'''[[File:Isn't_It_Romantic.jpg|thumb|302px]]Isn't It Romantic?''' is the tenth episode of [[ALF (TV series)|''ALF'']]'s [[Season 2|second season]]. It originally aired on November 23, 1987.
   
 
==Plot Summary==
 
==Plot Summary==
[[ALF]] and the Tanner kids give [[Willie Tanner|Willie]] and [[Kate Tanner|Kate]] a second honeymoon.
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[[ALF]] and the Tanner kids give [[Willie Tanner|Willie]] and [[Kate Tanner|Kate]] a second honeymoon. He fears that Willie and Kate might break up when he hears them arguing on a dinner table.
 
==Title Reference==
 
==Title Reference==
 
"Isn't It Romantic?" is a song by Rodgers and Hart.
 
"Isn't It Romantic?" is a song by Rodgers and Hart.
   
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==Trivia==
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*The footage on television that scares ALF at the beginning of the episode was not Godzilla movie footage; although he claimed it was. The footage shown was actually from the 1925 Willis O'Brien movie <i>The Lost World</i> where a brontosaurus attacks a city.
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*It seems that ALF does not like musicals.
 
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Isn't It Romantic?
is the tenth episode of ALF's second season. It originally aired on November 23, 1987.

Plot SummaryEdit

ALF and the Tanner kids give Willie and Kate a second honeymoon. He fears that Willie and Kate might break up when he hears them arguing on a dinner table.

Title ReferenceEdit

"Isn't It Romantic?" is a song by Rodgers and Hart.


TriviaEdit

  • The footage on television that scares ALF at the beginning of the episode was not Godzilla movie footage; although he claimed it was. The footage shown was actually from the 1925 Willis O'Brien movie The Lost World where a brontosaurus attacks a city.
  • It seems that ALF does not like musicals.
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