Release: Jun 14, 2015 - Author: Eiskaltes Grab - Translator: Mr Miau - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Compared are the cut episodes on the US DVD by Lions Gate / FOX and the uncut episodes on the German DVD by Warner Home Video.
5 cuts = 1 minute and 21,5 seconds.
One certainly needs to make no words about the hilarious TV show "ALF". Even those who have not seen it have at least heard of it even though it has been quite some time since something new from the ALF universe was released. Anyway, the show consists of 4 seasons and was aired in the late 80s and early 90s. Furthermore, there are two animated series ("ALF: The Animated Series" & ALF Tales) and a motion picture from the mid 90s.
As for the US Versions, a few minutes of each episode were cut for syndication in order to show more commercials. Unfortunately, these syndication versions were also released on DVD. Understandably, the fans were disappointed that the DVDs do not contain the uncut episodes. Whether or not the uncut episodes will be released one day (perhaps on Blu-ray?) is the million dollar question.
Willie is sitting in the kitchen, reading a newspaper.
Willie: Oh, wow!
Alf: What are you looking at?
Willie: The pictures of the surface of Neptune seen from "Voyager 2!"
Alf: Oh, let me see! Alf grabs the paper. Well, the place looks undeveloped!
Willie: It is!
Alf: Well, that's the last time I buy proberty without visiting it first!
Willie: Can't you find something else to do?
Alf: Well, right now, I'm living up to my full potential!
The shot of Willie is longer.
Guest: It looks like your daughter is taken with my son! Well, this is his second party, you know!
Willie: Really? I would've guessed twice that!
Brian: Could I watch you work sometime?
Julius (Ted Raimi): Sure! Come by Labor Day weekend! That's like our Christmas!
Willie: Oh, hey, we got a thank-you note!
Willie: It's from Pat and Cecile! They said they had a very nice time!
Katherine: Oh, well, how thoughtful! Who are Pat and Cecile?
Willie: I don't know! I thought you knew!
Alf: Well, that was certainly worth 1200 Dollars!