Do you know who sang these hit pop songs used as ALF episode titles?

ALF episodes were titled after classic hits. But whose hits?

You might not have realized it, but nearly every one of the 102 episodes of ALF was named after a popular song. ALF snuck into a retirement home in "When I'm 64," titled in tribute to the Beatles tune.

The sitcom took its titles from all eras of popular music, from 1930s numbers like "We're in the Money" to contemporary smashes such as Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive." There were references to '60s soul, '70s jams and '80s rockers — and everything in between.

Many of the tunes you can hear on MeTV Music and MeTV FM. So, it's a simple mission: We name a hit song / ALF episode, you pick the correct musician.

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  1. "Pennsylvania 6-5000"
  2. "Mother and Child Reunion"
  3. "Lookin' Through the Windows"
  4. "Weird Science"
  5. "We Gotta Get out of This Place"
  6. "Hit Me With Your Best Shot"
  7. "We Are Family"
  8. "Stairway to Heaven"
  9. "Alone Again (Naturally)"
  10. "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?"
  11. "True Colors"
  12. "Hungry Like the Wolf"
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