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[[Willie]] gets a promotion that relocates him to [[San Diego]], which gives the Tanners the idea to move. However, they have problems trying to sell the house because [[ALF]] keeps scaring off potential buyers with phony ghosts. Willie get mad at ALF but ALF points out to him why are they moving out of a place they do like so Willie can keep a job that he dont like. Willie decide that ALF is right and tell Kate, Lynn, and Brian that they are not going to move and Willie gonna get his old job back. 
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[[Willie]] gets a promotion that relocates him to [[San Diego]], which gives the Tanners the idea to move. However, they have problems trying to sell the house because [[ALF]] keeps scaring off potential buyers with phony ghosts. Willie get mad at ALF, but ALF points out to him why are they moving out of a place they do like so Willie can keep a job that he dont like. Willie decide that ALF is right and tell Kate, Lynn, and Brian that they are not going to move and Willie gonna get his old job back. 
   
 
==Title Reference==
 
==Title Reference==

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Moving Out
is the twenty second episode of ALF's second season. It originally aired in March 14th, 1988.

Plot Summary

Willie gets a promotion that relocates him to San Diego, which gives the Tanners the idea to move. However, they have problems trying to sell the house because ALF keeps scaring off potential buyers with phony ghosts. Willie get mad at ALF, but ALF points out to him why are they moving out of a place they do like so Willie can keep a job that he dont like. Willie decide that ALF is right and tell Kate, Lynn, and Brian that they are not going to move and Willie gonna get his old job back. 

Title Reference

"Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" is a song by Billy Joel.

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