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[[File:True Colors.png|thumb|300px|right|Lloyd Rubin pretends to really enjoy ALF's painting, but really he is only interested in asking her on a date.]] '''True Colors''' is the sixteenth episode of [[ALF (TV series)|''ALF'']]'s [[Season 4|fourth season]]. It originally aired on Jan. 22, 1990.
 
==Plot Summary==
 
==Plot Summary==
[[Lynn]] takes an art class and [[ALF]] slips in a food painting of his own into her portfolio. When her teacher [[Lloyd Rubin]] sees it, he pretends to like it because he wants to ask her on a date. When [[Lynn]] realizes that he is only pretending to like her work, she switches to another class.
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[[Lynn]] takes an art class and [[ALF]] slips in a food painting of his own into her portfolio. When her teacher [[Lloyd Rubin]] sees it, he pretends to like it because he wants to ask her on a date. When [[Lynn]] realizes that he is only pretending to like her work, she switches to another class.
   
 
[[ALF]] is dejected because [[Lloyd Rubin]] didn't really like his art, but [[Lynn]] encourages him to paint because he enjoys it and not to aspire for greatness.
 
[[ALF]] is dejected because [[Lloyd Rubin]] didn't really like his art, but [[Lynn]] encourages him to paint because he enjoys it and not to aspire for greatness.
 
==Title Reference==
 
==Title Reference==
 
"True Colors" is a song by Cyndi Lauper.
 
"True Colors" is a song by Cyndi Lauper.
 
   
 
{{Episode|prev=[[Love on the Rocks]]|next=[[Gimme That Old Time Religion]]}}
 
{{Episode|prev=[[Love on the Rocks]]|next=[[Gimme That Old Time Religion]]}}

Revision as of 20:10, February 22, 2011

True Colors

Lloyd Rubin pretends to really enjoy ALF's painting, but really he is only interested in asking her on a date.

True Colors is the sixteenth episode of ALF's fourth season. It originally aired on Jan. 22, 1990.

Plot Summary

Lynn takes an art class and ALF slips in a food painting of his own into her portfolio. When her teacher Lloyd Rubin sees it, he pretends to like it because he wants to ask her on a date. When Lynn realizes that he is only pretending to like her work, she switches to another class.

ALF is dejected because Lloyd Rubin didn't really like his art, but Lynn encourages him to paint because he enjoys it and not to aspire for greatness.

Title Reference

"True Colors" is a song by Cyndi Lauper.



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