Space Ghost Coast to Coast

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  • TV-14
  • 1994
  • 8 Seasons
  • 7.9  (7,677)

Space Ghost Coast to Coast was a satirical animated talk show that aired on Cartoon Network from 1993 to 2004, and later as re-runs until 2012. The show was a parody of late-night talk shows, with Space Ghost as the host of his own talk show, interviewing celebrities from various industries, and occasionally featuring musical performances. The show was unique for its use of animation and its mix of original and pre-existing footage, often lampooning popular culture and politics.

The show starred C. Martin Croker as the voice of Zorak, the show's bandleader and the brunt of many of Space Ghost's jokes. George Lowe portrayed Space Ghost, the eponymous host, and Brak, a popular character from the show's predecessor, The Brak Show, also made regular appearances. Corri English, Don Kennedy, Gary Owens, and Judy Tenuta all made guest appearances on the show over the years.

The show's format often saw Space Ghost struggling to keep his show on track, with his interactions with guests frequently going off the rails in absurd and hilarious ways. One of the show's most iconic recurring segments was Space Ghost's "interviews" with Zorak and Brak, which often amounted to Space Ghost berating his co-stars and forcing them to perform musical numbers. The show's humor was often absurdist and surreal, with Space Ghost frequently breaking the fourth wall and addressing the audience directly.

One of the show's biggest innovations was its use of existing footage, which was often repurposed in clever ways. Footage of celebrities being interviewed on talk shows like David Letterman would be used to create the illusion that they were actually appearing on Space Ghost's show, with Space Ghost's voice dubbed in for the host. This created a unique, disorienting effect that was unlike anything else on television at the time.

Space Ghost Coast to Coast was also notable for its use of animation, which was often crude and simplistic, but served the show's comedic style well. The show frequently incorporated live-action footage as well, further blurring the lines between reality and fiction. In addition, the show's theme song, written by Sonny Sharrock, was a memorable and catchy tune that perfectly captured the show's irreverent, off-kilter tone.

The show enjoyed a long run and was beloved by audiences, though it was not without controversy. In particular, some of the show's more risque humor and frequent use of adult themes garnered criticism from some viewers. Nonetheless, the show remains a beloved classic of late-night animation and was a major influence on the genre for years to come.

In conclusion, Space Ghost Coast to Coast was a groundbreaking and innovative animated talk show that redefined the genre and helped pioneer a new style of animation. With its unique blend of humor, its use of existing footage, and its irreverent approach to celebrity interviews, the show has left an indelible mark on popular culture and remains a must-see for fans of animation, comedy, and satire.

Space Ghost Coast to Coast is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (99 episodes). The series first aired on April 15, 1994.

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Perfect Hair Forever Panel Discussion
8. Perfect Hair Forever Panel Discussion
November 7, 2004
So far noted as the last episode, Space Ghost tries to discuss the surprise airing of the Perfect Hair Forever pilot but his guests [various Adult Swim stars] would not cooperate and everything ends in bloody carnage.
Live at the Fillmore
7. Live at the Fillmore
April 12, 2004
Thad has a problem, hes' in jail. The bail bond springs him, but the price is the show budget. Attempts to run the show with interviews of old interviews, interviews with old episodes_4-18, groin-punching and one man showings of "Racism Is Bad" don't' satisfy Space Ghost in the slightest.
6. Dreams
January 11, 2004
Space Ghost convinces Moltar to stop supporting his charity so he can support his plan to help "retardos". It works, but Space Ghost has a hard time watching his mouth and convincing Triumph The Insult Comic Dog to be a spokesman. Things get even worse when Zorak offers to be the director.
Idlewild South
5. Idlewild South
December 14, 2003
Space Ghost notices that Zorak and Moltar are drinking and smoking weed. He drinks one of their "Tall Boys" and causing such mischief as dancing the robot, shooting a bear, and hitting on his guest Jeff Probst.
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
4. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
December 7, 2003
Space Ghost gets into a fight with the carpenters Zorak hired for his apartment. Moltar, takes over the show and bothers William Shatner with fanfic.
Eat a Peach
3. Eat a Peach
November 30, 2003
Profanity, cars, crows, Todd Barry, melons, insanity, and nudity. Is that what the birds and bees about? Space Ghost says yes to that.
Whipping Post
2. Whipping Post
November 23, 2003
Space Ghost is pissed and he's attacking everyone in his sight. Except Dennis Miller of course, who's image is on the TV screen you see every episode.
Baffler Meal
1. Baffler Meal
January 1, 2003
Attempts to cooperate with a trio of fast food restaurant mascots attempting to appeal to the hunger in young teens leads Thad to seriously reconsider the day he sold his show out for a house boat.
Where to Watch Space Ghost Coast to Coast
Space Ghost Coast to Coast is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Space Ghost Coast to Coast on demand at Sling, Apple TV and Adult Swim.
  • Premiere Date
    April 15, 1994
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (7,677)