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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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In the show's early stages of production, Hervé Villechaize was set to be Space Ghost's sidekick, but these plans were halted when the actor tragically committed suicide. See more »

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Space Ghost: Look, Moe. He's trying to tell us something. What is it, boy? There's trouble? Trouble at the farm? Farms have chickens. What is it, boy? Speak! Speak, boy! Just come out and say it! Out with it, man!
[Teller pulls a deck of cards out of his mouth one-by-one and throws them all over the place]
Space Ghost: Ew... That's disgusting! Don't think you're not cleaning that up.
[Teller gets up and walks away]
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In the episode "$20.01", MOE 3000 was credited as "technical advisor", the MOE 3000 is the computer that tried to replace Zorak, Moltar, and Space Ghost in that episode. See more »

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Follows Space Stars (1981) See more »

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crazy, random, absurd, surreal, tangential, dumb... genius
12 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I never watched Space Ghost when it used to air, probably because I literally didn't know what I was missing (why I didn't watch it I can't remember, maybe it was on too late or it just seemed like the guests were sometimes unknowns to me, even as this wasn't the case at all). Now on DVD, I was curious to see it as part of other old shows from Cartoon Network. Seeing it now, it's... everything that's fun and smart in a really throwaway-joke kind of way in a cartoon when taking itself perfectly un-seriously. It's a spoof on old 60s cartoons, late night talk shows, hubris, rivalries, and many other things. Space Ghost and Zorak make for a great duo, with the other guy (can't remember his name now, the masked 'director' who sometimes sings if forced to in Zorak's absence) a notable third wheel, even as they're often ready to rip at each other's throats. The comedy is brilliant without even really trying, though I'm sure the writers worked their heads off to get certain scenes down (other times... you can tell they just chucked stuff at the wall, and I mean that as a compliment oddly enough). The writing basically makes up for the obvious goof-factor of the animation, which is repetitive and might just be ripped off of the 60s Space Ghost show (where else will I hear a line like "You smell like a farm!"), and it's probably one of the best ludicrous-type programs the Cartoon Network ever had. It's only my loss I didn't track down this crazy piece of work sooner, or watch it when it originally aired.


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