Synopsis by Hal Erickson
As of this writing, A Word With Alf was the last in a seemingly endless parade of spin-offs from the landmark British sitcom Till Death Do Us Part -- which, of course, served as the inspiration for the American series All in the Family. Warren Mitchell returned to the fold as babbling bigot Alf Garnett, with Till Death Do Us Part creator Johnny Speight supplying the dialogue. This time around, Alf held court at his local pub, spewing the patrons with his free-association racial insults and recalling highlights from his earlier series. Telecast in ten-minute doses, A Word With Alf was seen over British cable TV in 1997.