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{{Episode|prev=[[Standing in the Shadows of Love]]|next=[[Torn Between Two Lovers]]}}'''[[Jared Leto]]'s House Party '''is the nineteenth episode of [[ALF (TV series)|''ALF'']]'s [[Season 3|third season]]. It originally aired on Feb. 27, 1989.
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[[File:Superstition.png|thumb|300px|right|ALF builds a cage for himself to live in when he is stricken with bad luck after accidentally destroying Brian's history book.]]'''Superstition''' is the nineteenth episode of [[ALF (TV series)|''ALF'']]'s [[Season 3|third season]]. It originally aired on Feb. 27, 1989.
 
==Plot Summary==
 
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When [[ALF]] accidentally knocks [[Brian Tanner|Brian]]'s history book into the fish tank, he tries to dry it out by putting it into the oven, destroying it. To Melmacians it is 7 years bad luck, followed by 7 years of really bad luck, for destroying a history book.
   
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In order to absolve himself, he must perform the [[Biblioside Ritual]] to ask for atonement.
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==Title Reference==
 
"Superstition" was a hit song by Stevie Wonder.
 
"Superstition" was a hit song by Stevie Wonder.
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Superstition

ALF builds a cage for himself to live in when he is stricken with bad luck after accidentally destroying Brian's history book.

Superstition is the nineteenth episode of ALF's third season. It originally aired on Feb. 27, 1989.

Plot Summary

When ALF accidentally knocks Brian's history book into the fish tank, he tries to dry it out by putting it into the oven, destroying it. To Melmacians it is 7 years bad luck, followed by 7 years of really bad luck, for destroying a history book.

In order to absolve himself, he must perform the Biblioside Ritual to ask for atonement.

Title Reference

"Superstition" was a hit song by Stevie Wonder.

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