Too bad Alf is not longer on the air.
Willie: (yelling) Alf, what are you building?
Willie: You know what. The computer looking contraption.
Alf: Oh! That thing. It's nothing.
Willie: Well, that nothing sure is making a lot of noise.
Willie: (yelling) I said that thing is making a lot of noise.
Alf: You've been dating a lot of boys? I suggest you not tell Kate.
Willie: (unplugging the machine) That ain't what I said. Now what are you doing.
Alf: If you must know, I'm hashing money.
Willie: Really! Hash and money just doesn't sound like something we should be doing in my law abiding home.
Alf: Contraire, Willie. I'm hashing money in the garage.
Willie: Fine! How does it work.
Alf: I don't know, but last month I, I mean we, made an extra $247.
Kate: (enters the garage with a frown on her face) Willie, have you seen this month's electric bill? It looks like it's $263 more the previous month.
Alf: Don't look at me. I don't have a clue as to what the other $16 could be contributed to.
Kate: What is going on here, and why are there pictures of some Japanese guy hung on all the walls with a burning candle in front of them?
Willie: I've seen that guy before.
Alf: Where? There's some things I want to ask him. By the way, since you're going to find out anyway when you get your credit card statement, I pre-ordered something.
Willie and Kate (in unison): What is it?
Alf: I don't know. The details were a little sketchy, but trust me.
Brian: (enters the garage) Dad, a couple guys in black suits just drove up in a black car.
Alf: Quick! Hide the rig.
Maybe you want to chuck in some anecdotes about his home planet, like:
Willi: So you are making virtual monopoly money that is only backed by nothing but thin air and a host of quirky ideas from some japanese guy that wants to abandon money in the first place? In my garage with OUR electricity!?
Alf: Chill out Willi, we were doing this all the time from where I come from. That was before we moved on to the Cat-Standard. But it turned out cats were pleasantly to carry around all day, but people were eating them faster then they could get their groceries done, so before they even got to the counter they had eaten their wallets already. So economy took a little recession for some time, .. (looks sad to the ground)..before we figured out how to make virtual cats in our garages!