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Space Ghost in his 40s is no longer a superhero, and now he even goes by his real name Tad Ghostal. However, to remain in the spot-light he has started his own late-night talk show filmed in outer space. With his cohost and former villain Zorak, and his director Moltar they interview celebrities on Earth through their video-phone. Written by Jeff Valentine <JesseV2@37.com>

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Before any part of the episodes were written, the guests were interviewed by a crew member, sometimes wearing the Space Ghost costume made famous by Andy Merrill in some Cartoon Planet (1995) intros. The interviewer also instructed the guest to address him as "Space Ghost" to maintain continuity. After an interview was done, the writing crew went back over it, taking pieces out of context and out of order, assembling them into the responses to Space Ghost and the rest of the cast. Most of the show's earlier guests assumed they were participating in a relatively straightforward interview. As the series became more popular, however, more and more guests became at least peripherally familiar with what was going on. See more »

Quotes

[Conan is trying to get Space Ghost to admit that he was once alive]
Conan O'Brien: [shouts] Face it, space ghost!
Space Ghost: No!
Conan O'Brien: You're a spaceman that choked on a muffin!
Space Ghost: That, Sir, is impossible, because I am allergic to muffins!
Conan O'Brien: Oh, I'm sorry.
Space Ghost: Yeah. You're thinking of "Muffin-Hunter". He's different.
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Crazy Credits

In the episode "Mayonnaise", at the end of the show Space Ghost starts singing an Irish song and the song continues to play during the credits. At one point he sings, "Meet.. Brannigan, Fannigan, Milligan, Gilligan, Duffey, MacCuffey, Mallochy, Malone, Rafferty, Lafferty, Donnelly, Connelly, Dooley, O'Hooley, Muldoony, Mahone, Hadigan, Cadigan, Lannihan, Flannihan, Fagen, O'Hagen, O'Houlihan, Flynn, Shannahan, Mannahan, Fogarty, Hogarty, Kelly, O'Kelly, MacGuiness, Magin". As these names are being sung they appear in the "Special Thanks" credits. See more »

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Referenced in Robot Chicken: Suck It (2006) See more »

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Hard try to gain a mature audience for Cartoon Network.
25 July 2009 | by (Noctropolis) – See all my reviews

I remember this show as one of the most complex efforts by Cartoon Network in order to generate a more mature audience.

The result was a smart, witty, talk show host program that caught the attention of young people and their parents.

To be honest, some of the dialogs between Space Ghost and his guests were hard to understand by a younger audience but at the same time, it generated a witty enthusiasm by children.

I remember some funny moments but also some really unfunny segments featuring Space Ghost's lack of black humor.

Still, it was one of Cartoon Networks'...most bizarre efforts but at the same time, a very interesting project.


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